Dear SLHS Families,

March has arrived and our scheduling for 2019-2020 school year is in full swing for our 9th, 10th & 11th graders. Students will be meeting with Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Bluestein during the month of March to complete their course selections for next year. For seniors, scholarship packets are available in the guidance office and are posted on the SLHS website. Most applications are due April 4th.

Class of 2019 - Top 10%

Each year, the Saranac Lake High School is proud to recognize the superior academic performance of a select group of students. This year the following seniors have been named top ten percent of the Class of 2019; Valedictorian - Bruno Freeman , Salutatorian - Margaret Carpenter, Julia Chapin, Sarah Dalton, Anna Ellithorpe, Cassidy Everritt, Marissa Gibbs, Mary Keating and Erica Swirsky.The administration, faculty, and student body congratulate these students and their families for this outstanding accomplishment.


SLHS Music Theatre Department is pleased to announce their 2019 spring musical, Urinetown. This satirical comedy musical premiered in 2001, which satirizes the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy, corporate mismanagement, and municipal politics.The production runs March 21, 22 & 23 at 7:30 in the High School Auditorium. Tickets are $10. For more information, call the SLHS Music Office, 897-1473. Spread the word and be prepared for a GREAT time!

Grades & SchoolTool

As we approach the middle of third quarter I would like to remind parents to continue to monitor your child’s grades on the SchoolTool Parent Portal. If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s grades, please contact their teacher. If you have not logged onto SchoolTool, I encourage you to do so. You may contact Mrs. Diana Schwartz in the main office (891-4450) or for instructions if you are unsure how to do so. SchoolTool affords you the opportunity to not only look at current grades but you may also monitor your child’s attendance. The third quarter ends April 5th.

As a reminder, please refer to the school calendar when you are making vacation plans. It is expected that you make your plans within the time allotted. If there are extenuating circumstances that necessitate an absence at another time, students must obtain a Prior Notice Form and submit it to me for approval. The Prior Notice Form can be picked up in the main office or can be downloaded off the SLHS website www.highschool/ This form should be completed at least 24 hours prior to the absence.

Please visit the SLHS website to stay up to date on school activities, assignments and important dates.

Joshua Dann, Principal