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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!

 
District Announcements
Scots make SAT Wall of Fame



Fifty-three Scotland High School students were recognized on Thursday during a ceremony in the Media Center for completing their SAT, the College Board admissions test, with a score of 1500 or higher. 
 
The SAT is a three-part test with each section worth a maximum of 800 points. The sections include critical reading, mathematics, and writing (which includes grammar). Students also must write a two-page essay that includes examples from the areas of science, the humanities, literature, or history. 
Students are given three hours and forty-five minutes to complete the SAT.
 
Students are allowed to take the SAT multiple times, and the three highest scores from each section are totaled for a student’s overall SAT score.   Those students whose overall score is 1500 or higher are recognized on the McDonald’s SAT Wall of Fame located outside of the office at Scotland High School.   Also, if a student takes the test again and improves their score, their name plate is moved to the next category on the Wall of Fame.
“We are honored to have this opportunity to recognize our students,” remarked Joy Smart, SHS Assistant Principal, during the ceremony. “These students always work so diligently to do their very best. We congratulate them and wish them well as they continue to grow and learn.”

Click here for a complete listing of students recognized at the Wall of Fame ceremony.


Junior Leadership program accepting applications

Do you remember what you were doing the summer when you were a rising senior in high school? Did you spend time volunteering for a local charity? Did you go on tours of the local manufacturing plants? Did you make time to meet your local elected officials? Did you spend time taking a history driving tour of your county? Did you take tours of the universities in your area? The last one, you may have done. It is our guess that the ones listed before may not have been a part of your summer agenda.

Even though these are not your typical activities for rising seniors in high school, these are typical activities for the students who are a part of the Junior Leadership program. All these activities are an integral part of this program. This program teaches the members of the class a great deal about their community and gives them a special opportunity to learn real world information to help them to become more educated leaders in their future. It also provides insight into various careers they may want to explore while preparing for graduation and next steps for their future.

Sponsored by the Laurinburg/Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce's Education Committee, this program will run the week of July 28 - August 1 and is now accepting applications from students that are interested in participating.  Holly Goodwin (Scholarship Coordinator) at Scotland High School or Annette Reed (Counselor) at SEarCH have applications. You can also click here for an application as well.  Applications are due by April 25. There is no cost for the student to participate.


Scotland High School Announcements
SHS Theatre Production
Scotland High School Theatre Department
Presents the Last Production for the 2013-2014 School Year
Dis-Order in the Court
By Pat Cook
Published by:    Eldridge Publishing Co.
Date:     Thursday, April 24, 2014
Place:    Scotland High School Auditorium
Time:     7:00 pm – Doors Open at 6:30 pm
Admission - $5.00
 
First came Judge Wapner. 
Then Judge Judy.
Now comes Judge Clapham. 
But his court is a little more colorful than most. People come to court to bring announcements and drop off their mortgage payments.
Congratulations to the SHS 9th Grade Band and SHS Symphonic Band
Congratulations to the Scotland 9th Grade Band and the Scotland Symphonic Band for each receiving the highest rating of "Superior" at the North Carolina Music Performance Assessment on Wednesday March 12, 2014!

Go Scots!!!!
Britton Goodwin and Wendy Edgerley
Scotland High School Band
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