SHS News

March 26, 2018

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Quarter 3 Extended

Quarter 3 was scheduled to close on April 4th however, taking in account the many snow days, Scituate will be extending quarter 3. The quarter will now end on April 9th and report cards will be emailed to parents and guardians on Friday, April 13th

Last Week for Students to Choose Courses for Next Year!

The window for students to choose classes for the 18-19 school year will end on Thursday, March 29th. Students should visit the Digital Program of Studies Website below and finalize their choices After students have uploaded their choices into PowerSchool, each student will meet with their Guidance counselor, one-on-one, during the month of April so that next year's schedule can be built.

Enroll in a New Academy Next Year!

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Career and Technical Education 2018-2019

Students who are currently enrolled in Foundations of Engineering & Computer Science or Principles of Biomedical Science are considered the 2017 CTE Cohort! We strongly encourage those students to take the next sequence in the pathway next year so that they can graduate as CTE students and earn college and industry credit!

Currently in grade 8 or 9? Take one of these foundation courses and become the 2018 CTE cohort for next year!

Scituate High School Spring Spirit Week March 26-29th

Monday- Pajama Day

Tuesday- Hollywood Day

Wednesday- Tie Dye Day

Thursday- Twin Day (Spartan Olympics last period)

SIGN UP FOR SPARTAN OLYMPICS! Students who want to be Spartan Olympians please come sign up with Mrs. Charon in the library. Students can sign up individually or in teams of 4.

Scituate Events List Through End of Year - Mark Your Calendars!

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Student Survey LAST CHANCE

The window for the RI Dept. of Education Surveyworks survey will close this week for students in grades 9-12. Please encourage your SHS teenager to complete this survey. The anonymous information will be used at the state level and locally here at the high school to make informed decisions. Thank you!

Congratulations to our Quarter 2 Honor Roll Students!!

From our Scientists

Students in the Acoustical Engineering class assembling their cigar box guitars.

From School Counseling

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Scituate Scholarships Ending April 6th

Scituate Scholarship Fund Applications will be available NOW in the High School Guidance Office.

The Scituate Scholarship Fund encourages all high school seniors in good standing who are residents of the Town of Scituate, RI and plan to continue their education as full-time students following graduation, to apply for one of several financial awards. Please see Mrs. Pietrantozzi in Guidance for an application. Deadline is April 6, 2018.

Scholarship Lists are Updated Weekly!

National College Fair

AP Exam Info

ATTENTION AP STUDENTS: AP exam fees are due to Mrs. Gallagher in the HS Main Office by Friday, April 13th.Exams are $94.00 per exam. Checks should be made payable to "Scituate High School" with "AP" written in the lower left corner. Any student in need of financial assistance should contact Mr. Hassell. See Mrs. Charon, AP Coordinator, with questions in the library, call 401-647-4120, or email

Scituate Music Association Meeting

Tuesday, March 27th, 6:30pm

94 Trimtown Road

Scituate, RI

Scituate in the News

Spartan Athletics

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From Athletic Boosters

What an event!! The Booster Club would like to thank all Spartans, families and friends who came out to our Mattress Fundraiser today!! We had an amazing day, and surpassed all expectations going in...we are truly humbled by your support!!

Way To Go Spartans!!

High Five Friday

Happy Friday Spartans!!

The Girls Indoor Track team greeted the children of Hope Elementary a few weeks back for High 5 Friday!

Great job by SRO Rich Parenti!!

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Golf Tournament Fundraiser

On May 12th we will be holding the first annual Craig Feeney Golf Tournament at Foster Country Club. Craig was a firefighter for over thirty years. As a teenager he volunteered at Hope Jackson station in Scituate after which he was stationed in Exeter. Finally joining the ranks in the Cranston fire department in 1995 where he served for eighteen years. At his Alma Mata, Scituate High School, Craig was responsible for the resurgence of football in 2004 and was the assistant football coach for nine years. Sadly, Craig passed away after a courageous battle with cancer in 2013 at the young age of forty eight. This year we are holding this golf tournament to raise money for a scholarship in Craig’s name that will be awarded to a worthy student. A hallmark of Craig’s personality was helping others and our goal is to continue a scholarship in his name for years to come that will continue to help students realize there potential.

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Now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 SY for students entering grades 9 and 10.