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The mission of Scotland High School is to foster leadership, creativity, critical thinking and curiosity so our students will be responsible, successful, productive citizens.

As Scotland High School students, we will create and uphold the most prestigious of standards and lead by example to become one of the best schools in North Carolina.  We will use our limitless knowledge and push ourselves to our greatest potential to become future leaders of America.  As one school we will conquer all and set the foundation to make future Scots successful!

Upcoming Events
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District Announcements
SHS inducts ACT/SAT Wall of Fame members

ACT Wall of Fame Inductees


SAT Wall of Fame Inductees


On Friday, May 13, Scotland High School honored some of its best and brightest during its annual McDonalds ACT/SAT Wall of Fame ceremony. To be added to the ACT Wall of Fame, a student must have a minimum score of 21 on the ACT. To be recognized as a SAT Wall of Fame member, a student must have scored a minimum of 1500 on the College Board test. 

Click here to view the program and for a complete listing of students that were recognized.
 
SHS announces Junior Marshals

Congratulations to the twenty-six Scotland High School students who were named Junior Marshals on Friday. These students represent the top 10% of their class and all have at least a 4.0 GPA. 
The 2016 Junior Marshals are: Brooke Bathie, Alley Bonds, Caroline Bounds, Destini Bullard, Charles Ciarrocca, Caleb Collins, Raeanna Cowan, Jordan Danford, Shane Dubbs, Camryn Ellis, Kyle Ferrell, Bien German, Natalie Gover, Jenna Grant, Anna Griswold, Alexis High, Daniel Johnson, Margaret Laviner, Hailey Morrison, David Pechumer, Zachary Radford, Jadelyn Ray, Gregory Regling, Omega Roberson, Rebecca Thompson, and Isabella Whitehead.
 
Scotland High School Announcements
Driver's Education Classes
Summer Drivers Education will be held in two sessions,
Session I will be June 13,14,15,16,17,20,21,22,23,24,27 from 8:30 am-11:30am.
Session II will June 13,14,15,16,17,20,21,22,23,24,27 from 2:45 to 5:45.

Applications can be picked up at the main offices of Scotland High School, Scotland Early College, and each Middle School.  Applications can also be downloaded on the Scotland High School webpage.  Applications should be returned to David Johnson at the Main Office of Scotland High School or returned to the office of Scotland County School your child attends.  First day of both sessions will begin in the Media Center of Scotland High School. Rosters will be posted on the Scotland High School webpage. Every attempt will be made to place your child in the session of your choice but space limitations may not allow that to happen.


If you should have any questions, please call (910)276-7370. 
Scotland Suds Laundry Services
If you feel your laundry is piling up and there is not enough time. . .let Scotland Suds lighten your load!
We specialize in the quality care of everyday washable items. Wash, dry, fold, iron and professional pressing are available. Come by and let our talented students impress you with their excellent service!
We are located on the campus of Scotland High School at 1000 W Church Street in Laurinburg. Our hours are Monday- Friday  8:00am - 2:00pm. We are open on Saturdays from 8am - 12:00pm.
For  more information on our services and affordable pricing, please contact Sharon Miles (910)276-7370 at extension 43061. We welcome your business!
Scotland's School Newspaper
The website below will allow you to access the Scotland High School Newspaper
 https://dontsteponmykilt.wordpress.com/
 

 
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