SHS Spartan News

Week of June 14, 2021

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Congratulations Class of 2021!

Congratulations to the graduated class of 2021! It was a beautiful night to celebrate our seniors and their families! If you missed the live stream, click the link below to watch the ceremony.
2021 Scituate High School Graduation
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Student Council Virtual Pep Rally 2021

SHS Learning Plan June 2021

All students are required to attend school through June 25th in order to meet the 180 day state requirement. Please review the plan for the final few weeks carefully. There will be no new tests as of June 14th.
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Summer Credit Recovery June 21-July 9th

Any student who has an average between 55-64 for any core class should sign up for Summer Credit Recovery ASAP. Emails will be sent to students and parents notifying individuals of eligibility this week. Please check yearly averages in PowerSchool to determine potential classes.

High School Virtual Job Fair June 17th

Our agency, Skills for Rhode Island’s Future is hosting a High School Student Virtual Job Fair. Please share this information with graduating seniors and current high school students at all grade levels. Please see additional information below and flyer attached.

We invite graduating seniors and current high school students at all grade levels to partner with SkillsRI and explore the many job and training opportunities we can help connect them to. We’ll be hosting a free virtual job fair on Thursday, June 17 from 2:00-5:00pm, where individuals can connect with representatives from many RI companies, SkillsRI recruiters, and career coaches in an unintimidating virtual setting.

Students may register by using the following link:

Academy of Engineering

Computer Integrated Manufacturing:

Students in Computer Integrated Manufacturing have spent several months becoming specialized in a different manufacturing technique. As the end of the year approaches, these students have been instructing their classmates on their specialties. Pictured first is Patrick Brannigan instructing Brayden Walsh and Evan Williams on his thermoset polymer molding technique. Pictured second is Mackenzie Scalzo instructing Simona Mancini and Luke Chapralis on vacuum bagging of reinforced polymer composites.

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Introduction to Engineering:

Students of Introduction to Engineering learned how to calculate the surface area and volume of a variety of three-dimensional shapes. Seen below is Allie DiGregorio explaining to some of her classmates how to apply the "order of operations," a technique taught in math class, to the problems at hand.

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Junior Class Fundraiser

The Scituate High School Junior Class of 2022 will be hosting a drive-in movie night on Friday, June 18th at Hope Pond. The cost to attend this event is $5 per person. Both Scituate High School students and non-Scituate High School students are able to attend this event. We will welcome guests into the event beginning at 7:30 p.m. and the movie will begin at 8:30 p.m. Candy, food, and drinks will be available for purchase. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs and/or a blanket to sit on during the event as well as bug spray!

Note: The rain date for this event will be Saturday, June 19th.
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News from National Honor Society

Junior members need to visit the google classroom to vote for the 2021-22 officers. The voting deadline is Monday, June 14, at 5 pm.

Senior Members: Mrs. Stormont will be removing you from the NHS google classroom soon. If there is any info on that wall that you'd like to save, please do so before Monday, June 14.

The informational google meet for parents and prospective members is postponed to Thursday, June 24, at 7 pm. Please email Mrs. Stormont if you would like the join code for that meet.

Congratulations Seniors for NHS Scituate Chapter

National Honor Society sends congratulations to our graduating seniors. Linked below is their 2021 slideshow.

Summer 2021 Requirements

Senior Project Class of 2022!

Summer Ramp Up Programs


A FREE two-week summer readiness program

focusing on Reading, Writing, and Math developed by

the CCRI English and Math professors.

The Accuplacer Placement Exam will be administered

prior to and after the course. Fees will be waived.

Students who do not have electronic devices will be

provided one from CCRI.


Many students are ineligible to take college-level courses

because they do not meet the required ACCUPLACER

scores in reading, writing, and math. This program

will provide students with focused instruction in reading,

writing, and math to ensure college-level readiness.

2021-2022 Summer Reading SHS ELA

2021-2022 Summer Social Studies

2021-2022 Approved School Calendar

COVID-19 Daily Screener

Our parent screener can be found on our high school website. Visit and go to the tab, Students & Parents and click "Parent/Guardian Attestation Form"

June Lunch Menu

Spartan Athletics

Spartan Wrestling DIII State Champions! Undefeated!

SCITUATE – While most high school wrestling teams throughout the state saw a significant dip in their turnouts this spring, Scituate High co-head coach Dan Casey saw his second-year program grow from nine to 14 wrestlers, and it looks like he’s going to see another spike next season.

“Obviously, when you go 8-0, kids are going to interested in your team,” said Casey, who is a guidance counselor at the school. “Kids in the hallways have asked me about the team and they want to come out for it.”

Yes, that’s right, the Spartans came into this week with an 8-0 record, and a season after winning four Division II meets and showing steady improvement and signs of promises in their inaugural season, the Spartans have feasted in the RIIL’s new Division III. Last Thursday night inside their gym, they remained undefeated in eight meets by rolling past Johnston and Mount Pleasant.

And Scituate is getting the job done with a very young team, which is led by two of the top freshmen in the state, co-captains Gabriel Bouyssou and Stone Farnsworth, zero juniors, and only three seniors on its roster, 106-pound Logan Farnsworth, 195-pound Nick Burke, and heavyweight Cian Couillard.

“And we have some middle school kids who didn’t have a season this year, but come watch our matches,” said Casey. “(The 8th-graders) are looking forward to joining our team next year.”

“We’re going to definitely continue to improve,” noted co-head coach Serge Bouyssou, who is also the owner/instructor of Mayo Quanchi Judo & Wrestling. “We have some kids like Gabe, who’s a national champion, and Stone that we can build the team around. It’s kind of odd to have two freshmen as your captains, but they’re definitely deserving of those titles.”

Gabriel, who recently earned NHSCA (National High School Coaches Association) All-American honors by taking third place in the 126-pound weight class in the freshman division at the NHSCA Senior Nationals in Virginia Beach, Va., picked up a pair of pins in the 132-pound class last Thursday, and Farnsworth added a pin and a 10-3 victory at 126.

In addition to their freshmen captains and three seniors, the Spartans have seen contributions week in and week out from two sophomores, 113-pound Harrison Peters and 138-pound Kaden Fratus, and two 9th-graders, 120-pound Daisey Hawkins and 145-pound Shawn Cole.

“I think we’re going to do nothing but continually grow,” said co-head coach Bouyssou. “And I don’t think we’re going to be in this division for long. People are starting to look at Scituate as a solid wrestling team, and the next one or two years are going to be big for us. We’re super-excited about it.”

The Spartans will wrap up their schedule today at 5 p.m. with a tri-meet at home against East Greenwich and Narragansett, and after that, all signs point to a one-day RIIL championship meet during the final weekend of the month at the Providence Career & Technical Academy field house, with 16 wrestlers in each of the 14 weight classes expected to vie for state titles.

“I think we could have three or four kids on the podium,” said Casey. “The (COVID) numbers have been better, so hopefully we can get a postseason in.”


Awesome 8-5 win over N Providence for the Baseball team today! Way to go Spartans! Onto the playoffs!

Senior Night Girls Lacrosse

HAPPY SENIOR NIGHT to Sophia, Maddie, Kierdan and Grace! We wish you all the best in your future endeavors!

Senior Night Boys Lacrosse


Senior Match Boys Tennis

SENIOR DAY FOR THE BOYS TENNIS TEAM! Best to Anthony, Rachel, Makayla, Max, Sebastian and Greg!
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BINAX Testing (Optional)

BINAX Consent Form

Parents only need to email this form once

Summer Athletic Camps

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Visit Scituate High School's Website!

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Visit our Athletic Website


The Scituate School Department has released an updated non-discrimination policy. Please note that our Scituate High School 2018-2019 student and parent handbook was printed before the new statement was released. Therefore, the non-discrimination policy in this year's handbook is out of date. The current policy with updates is as follows:

The Scituate School Department does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, religion, national origin, color, creed, political affiliation or disability in any of its educational programs and activities, and in employment and application for employment, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1965, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and other federal and state laws that prohibit discrimination. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Equal Employment Officer, P.O. Box 188, North Scituate, Rhode Island 02857, Telephone: (401) 647-4100; Email: You may also direct inquiries directly to: Office for Civil Rights (Boston Office), U.S. Department of Education, 8th Floor, 5 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02109-3921, Telephone: (617) 289-0111; Facsimile: (617) 289-0150; Email: If you require an accommodation to attend a meeting or program at a school, call the Equal Employment Officer at least two business days in advance of the meeting or program.