Scottsbluff High School

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What's Great about Scottsbluff High School?

  • Effective Teaching and Learning

    Scottsbluff High School prides itself in a comprehensive educational program that prepares students for post-secondary success.

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  • Engaging and Nurturing Environment

    Scottsbluff High School has several components that will create an engaging and nurturing environment for students including All Children Experience Success (ACES), Positive Behavior Supports (PBiS), Social-Emotional Curriculum, Standard Response Protocol, and a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner counselor/therapist.

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  • Wall to Wall Career Academies

    At Scottsbluff High School, it is our goal to provide highly skilled students that can transition seamlessly from high school to college, tech school, the military, or the workforce with certification needed to meet community and industry demands.

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Newsletter

Announcements

  • Student Arrival/Entry to School

    • All students enter the building through the new South Entry facing 27th Street
      • Student drop off for all grade levels will occur in the circle drive off of 27thstreet in front of the main south entrance
      • Enter the circle drive from the East (nearest 5th Ave) and exit to the West (nearest 2nd Ave) Do not enter the SHS parking lot for student drop off
    • Busing drop off will occur on 2nd Avenue at this time, students will walk from the drop off area to the main entrance

    Parking

    • There are 60 student spots for Seniors with passes (1st come, 1st served) on the far north end of the lot nearest the Splash Arena.
      • Staff parking will be in the 122 spots south of the students nearest 27thstreet
      • Other parking is available on
        • 29th Street
        • Softball field complex
        • Bearcat stadium West lot near buses
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  • After Prom Party

    The 2017 After Prom Party committee is organizing a drug and alcohol free, safe and enjoyable celebration at the YMCA after the prom on April 22. Parents of juniors (suggested donation $10) and seniors ($20) are asked by the committee to donate to the party fund as well as help acquire prizes and donations for the party. We are also asking community members to help by making a contribution as well. If you know or own a business you are willing to contact for donations, please let Cherey Hughes know whom you are contacting, and the monetary or prize donation they are making. Send donations to: Cherey Hughes, 90610 Enterprise Drive, Scottsbluff or call her at 308-631-1168.  Thank you for supporting our students in this fun, safe celebration.

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  • WNCC Shuttle Schedule - For Students taking courses on the WNCC Campus

    Pick up and drop off is on the end of the Sidewalk of the Parking Lot near the Splash Building.

    Leave SHS

    Arrive WNCC

    Leave WNCC

    Arrive SHS

    7:20

    7:25

    9:40

    9:45

    9:20

    9:25

    10:55

    11:00

    11:50

    11:55

    11:50

    11:55

    1:50

    1:55

    1:20

    1:25

     

     

    2:10

    2:15

     

     

    3:20

    3:25

     

     

     

     

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  • Contact the Counseling Office for Records/Transcripts/Verifications

    Fax a written request to 308-635-6479.  For questions contact Mrs. Dixon or Mrs. Figg at 308-635-6245.  A $5.00 fee may apply. 

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