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Parents/Guardians,

    As we plan for the prom on April 28, 2018, we ask you to partner with us to ensure we maintain the integrity of our prom. Schools are undoubtedly a reflection of society. We ask you to guide your child on the side of modesty when preparing for the prom. We do understand this is not a normal day of school and the dress is for a formal event. We understand formal dress does not necessarily meet the day-to-day dress code for schools; however, please recognize there is inappropriate behavior and dress that can compromise the integrity of our high school prom if we are not purposeful in our prom preparation.

     We are mindful this is a high school prom, not an adult formal event; we hope you do as well.

Girl Dress Code:

  • Excessive cleavage is not allowed
  • Dress may be backless, as long as it is not cut below the waist.
  • Navel or midriff may not be exposed.
  • Dress should not be excessively short or pulled up when dancing.

Boy Dress Code:

  • Suits or tuxedos should be worn.
  • Shirts must be buttoned up to the second button from the collar.
  • Pants should fit properly on the hip and not sag below the waistline.
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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 2/15/18




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Due to the potential for some areas of hazardous driving conditions early in the morning Stephens County School System will be on a 2 hour DELAY Thursday, January 18, 2018. Each family should use personal judgment if their area is isolated by a hazard and notify your student's school after 10:00 a.m. if they cannot attend.

 

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 1/17/18




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Due to hazardous driving conditions school will be closed Wednesday, January 17, 2018.  The Governor’s Office has declared us under a State of Emergency.

 

ALL extracurricular activities cancelled including practices.

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 1/17/18




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The ACT scheduled for 12/9 has been rescheduled for 12/16.

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 12/11/17




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SCHS students have been working with their advisors to create a 4 year plan as well as register for 2018-2019 courses.  Parents are asked to approve the 2018-2019 course requests during the week of November 6-10.  Parents can approve the student's course request and academic planner by logging into Parent Portal.  Parents also have the option of requesting a paper copy of the planner or requesting a meeting with the student's advisor.  On Monday, November 6th, students will receive directions for signing off through Parent Portal.  If parents have concerns about the courses a student has requested, please contact the student's advisor or counselor before November 10th.  

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 11/6/17




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The photographers will be setup in the Atrium on June 13-14. Seniors should receive a letter in the mail with an appointment date and time from Strawbridge Photography.

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 6/5/17




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Senior Honors Night Ceremony will be held on May 15, 2017 at 6:00 in the Tugaloo Center.  

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 4/28/17




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The Honors Day Ceremony for SCHS students will be on May 4, 2017 at 9:00 am in the Stephens County High School Arena.  

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 4/27/17




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"Build A Better World"

Saturday, June 3rd from 10:00-1:00 Summer Reading Registration at the Public Library.

 

Monday, June 5th at 5:00 pm - Kick-off Pool Party at the Doyle Street Pool Sponsored by Camp Fire Georgia

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 4/27/17




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Balfour will be back at SCHS during all lunches on March 14 for one last cap and gown order.  So, if you don't want to order online, here's your chance.  Please know that the cost of cap and gowns increase after March 15.

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 3/12/17




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Congratulations to AJ Howard for receiving a letter of acceptance to the United States Military Academy at West Point. Each year, thousands of high school students from across the nation apply to West Point, but only a few are accepted.  West Point provides a world class education and prepares young men and women to serve as leaders in our nation’s Army.  AJ will also play football at the collegiate level and on February 1st he formally committed to play on the Army Football Team.  AJ currently serves as the battalion commander for the SCHS Army JROTC Currahee Warrior Battalion.  Congratulations again AJ for this remarkable achievement.

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Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 2/7/17




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Parents/Guardians,

    As we plan for the prom on April 29, 2017, we ask you partner with us to ensure we maintain the integrity of our prom. Schools are undoubtedly a reflection of society. We ask you guide your child on the side of modesty when preparing for the prom. We do understand this is not a normal day of school and the dress is for a formal event. We understand formal dress does not necessarily meet the day-to-day dress code for schools; however, please recognize there is inappropriate behavior and dress that can compromise the integrity of our high school prom if we are not purposeful in our prom preparation.

     We are mindful this is a high school prom, not an adult formal event; we hope you do as well.

Girl Dress Code:

  • Excessive cleavage is not allowed
  • Dress may be backless, as long as it is not cut below the waist.
  • Navel or midriff may not be exposed.
  • Dress should not be excessively short or pulled up when dancing.

Boy Dress Code:

  • Suits or tuxedos should be worn.
  • Shirts must be buttoned up to the second button from the collar.
  • Pants should fit properly on the hip and not sag below the waistline.
more
Posted by: Jill Rogers
Published: 1/12/17