Senior Class Information

Senior Class Information

Scholarships

We have a comprehensive scholarship database to help you keep up with deadlines, contact information for college counselors, and more. Students can access the database here SHS Scholarship Database.

Jostens

Seniors can still order their grad supplies by visiting Campus Supply, located at 430 Southport Commerce Blvd, Spartanburg, SC 29306 or shop online.

Senior Class Picture

SENIOR CLASS PICTURE FOR SALE The Class of 2017 panoramic photos are on sale in Room 107C for just $10, nearly half what they have gone for in the past. We cut the price to make sure all seniors could have a remembrance of their classmates. These would make an excellent gift and are a great way to preserve memories of your son or daughter’s senior year at Spartanburg High School. If you would like to purchase one, contact Lisa McCulley at lmcculley@spart7.org. Supplies are limited so get yours today.

Senior Recognition Night

WHERE: SHS Gym
WHEN: April 24th - program begins at 7:00 PM. Seniors need to arrive by 6:15 PM.
THINGS TO KNOW: Cap and gown should be worn. No designs on the caps.

Senior Exams

WHERE: SHS Cafeteria, 8 AM
WHEN: May 10th (1st and 2nd), May 11th (3rd and 4th) and May 12th (5th, 6th, and 7th)
THINGS TO KNOW: Seniors not exempting an exam will follow the posted schedule for exams. Only seniors graduating in May are eligible to exempt examinations. Students in Advanced Placement courses are not required to take final exams in those courses since they have taken an A. P. Exam. Also, students in courses requiring an End-of-Course test are not required to take final exams in those courses since they have an EOCT. Please see the exam schedule attached to this newsletter. For those who exempt all exams, May 9th will be your last day.
To exempt an exam second semester, a senior must:
• Have a 80/B average in the class,
• Have not been in detention hall more than 3 days second semester,
• Have not been in ISS second semester, and
• Have not been suspended from school second semester.

Senior Fees

WHEN: DUE 3:00 PM ON FRIDAY, MAY 19, 2017 THINGS TO KNOW: Seniors must take care of ALL delinquent fees by 3:00 PM on Friday, May 19th. The diploma of any person who has not paid his/her fee by the deadline will be pulled. You will receive a bill in lieu of your diploma. Fees include IDs, transcripts, parking fines, library fines, books not returned, DMTC, cafeteria fees, etc. PLEASE TRY TO CLEAR UP ANY FEES BEFORE COMPLETING EXAMS ON MAY 12. FEES MAY BE PAID BY CASH ONLY.

Graduation - Friday, May 19, 2017

This year, we have had to make a few changes to Graduation. We are so sorry about the late notice but we just received notification. Our good friends at Wofford College have scheduled a special event for their students and families, it just so happens to fall on the weekend of our graduation. Therefore, we did need to make some 2 slight changes to our graduation plans in order to accommodate both parties. 1.) SHS graduation start time needed to be moved from 7:30pm to 8:00pm. 2.) The graduation will be held inside Benjamin Johnson Arena, which means each graduating student will receive 6 tickets at graduation rehearsal. Thanks so much for your understanding.

Viking News

Viking News

Athletics

JV Lady Vikings Soccer Defeated Gaffney 6-0. Record 6-5.
Goals: Blair Brown, Florence Cope (2), Sully Brice, Kennedy Lindler, Lilly Byers. Shutout: Cameron Hines.
Varsity Lady Vikings Soccer Defeated Gaffney 5-0. Record 8-4.
Goals: Kelley Overlees (2), Madison Pollard, Caroline Altman, Cora Hoover. Shutout: Alana Dame, Collette Grieshop.
After the first day of the Region 3 5A Championship, The Lady Vikings are leading with 29 points and the Boys are in 2nd place with 20 points.
GIRLS RESULTS:
The Girls placed 2nd in the 4x 800 Relay - 10:45 ( C. Huff, S.Cohen, G.Gecan, L. Franke ).
Malajah Rodgers placed 2nd in the Long Jump - 16’ 7.50.
Destiny Shippy placed 3rd in the long jump -16’0 1/2.
Ke’Asia Salters placed 6th in the Long Jump - 15’9.50 and 6th in the High Jump 4’4”.
Brooke Jackson placed 8th in the Long Jump - 15’ 1”.
Maykala Hamms placed 3rd in the High Jump 4’8”.
Currin Blackley placed 8th in the High Jump 4’2”.
Jasmine Jones placed 9th in the High Jump 4’2”.
Jaila Phillips placed 2nd in the Shot Put - 35’8”.
Shemiya Smith placed 4th in the Shoot Put - 33’0.
Logan Gray placed 5th in the Shot Put - 31`’8”.
Janiya Glover placed 10th in the Shot Put - 26’4”.
BOYS RESULTS:
Brandon Hicklin won the Long Jump - 22’8”.5.
Damyiji Foster placed 3rd in the Long Jump - 21’ 0.75.
Romain Kelly placed 4th in the long Jump - 20’10.
La’Carlos Watlington placed 7th in the Long Jump 19’11.75.
The Boys placed 2nd in the 4x800 Relay - 8:23 ( B. Huff, M.Lipscombs, N. Jones, H.McKinney).
Tommy Washington placed 7th in the Pole Vault - 9’0”.
Jay Rice placed 8th in the Discus - 112’ 0.5.
Bryson Coleman placed 9th in the Discus 106’1.25.
Jazavier Means placed 12th in the Discus - 87’11.5.
Jackson Eubanks placed 15th in the Discus - 64’6”.

Norse News

The Norse News staff won a number of awards at the SC Scholastic Press Association’s Spring Conference in Columbia on Monday. In the Excellence in Scholastic News Monthly Awards, Amy Murphy won 1st Place for News Features and 3rd Place for Layout, Nate Knox won 2nd Place for Reviews, Jeremy Powers won 2nd Place in Photography, Jessica Xaysane won 3rd Place in Front Page Design, Amy Rieth won 3rd Place in Sports, Hannah Jordan won 3rd Place in Columns, and the staff won 2nd Place in Editorials. In the yearly ESNA Awards, Amy Murphy won 2nd Place in News Features and 2nd Place in Computer Graphics, Nate Knox won 2nd Place in Reviews, Jeremy Powers won 3rd Place in Photography, and the staff won 3rd Place in Editorials. The newspaper also received a Superior rating in the overall evaluation. Congratulations to the Norse News staff for these high achievements.

D7 Student Earns Top Award at Junior Scholars Award Ceremony

D7 Student Earns Top Award at Junior Scholars Award Ceremony
For the fifth year in a row, a District 7 student earned a top merit award in the county for the highest score on the PSAT (Preliminary SAT) during the Spartanburg County Junior Scholars Awards Ceremony at Converse College. Drew Lawton won two of the three awards on Thrusday, March 2 – he tied as the Highest Scorer on the PSAT Evidence Based Reading and Writing and earned the top merit award for the Highest PSAT Total Score as part of the South Carolina Junior Scholars Program. Drew is an 8th grader at McCracken Middle School.
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Important Dates and Announcements

Important Dates and Announcements

2017-18 School Calendar

The 2017-18 school calendar is now available. It is located on the right side of the Homepage under Quick Links. The first day of school is Thursday, August 17, 2017. Due to the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, 2017, students will not be in school. This day will allow families to experience this once-in-a-lifetime event!

SATURDAY SCHOOL

Saturday School will be April 29, 2017 from 8am-12pm. Please sign up in your grade level offices NO LATER than 3:15 pm Thursday afternoon during the same week as the Saturday School date. For example, you should sign up by 3:15 pm Thursday, April 26th in order to attend Saturday School on Saturday, April 15th. Please remember that everyone that plans on attending any of the Saturday School dates must arrive by 8:00 am. The doors will be locked at 8:00 am.

The Corporation Show

Corporation Show Choir Show is Saturday, April 29th at 7:00 pm at Daniel Recital Hall. Tickets are available at the link below. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/i-lived-district-7-pop-show-concert-tickets-32519694281

Colorguard Tryouts

The Viking Colorguard will have tryouts on May 3rd, 4th, and 5th from 4pm to 5:30pm. All students interested should see the following link for more information: http://www.spartanburgband.org/colorguard.html

Sports Physicals

Spartanburg County Sports Physicals for District 7 students will be held Saturday, May 20 from 8AM - 10AM at North Grove Medical Complex located at 1330 Boiling Springs Rd #1600, Spartanburg, SC 29303.

Sister Act, The Musical is Coming to the Chapman Cultural Center

Rejoice! Spartanburg School District 7 will present SISTER ACT, A DIVINE MUSICAL COMEDY at the Chapman Cultural Center from May 25 – 28, 2017. A tribute to sisterhood, friendship, creativity and courage, Sister Act is the feel-good musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to their feet! Featuring original music by Tony- and eight-time Oscar winner, Alan Menken (Newsies, Beauty and the Beast, Little Shop of Horrors), this uplifting musical was nominated for five Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
When disco diva, Deloris Van Cartier, witnesses a murder, she is put in protective custody in the one place the cops are sure she won’t be a found: a convent! Disguised as a nun, she finds herself at odds with both the rigid lifestyle and uptight Mother Superior. Using her unique disco moves and singing talent to inspire the choir, Deloris breathes new life into the church and community but, in doing so, blows her cover. Soon, the gang is giving chase, only to find them up against Deloris and the power of her newly found sisterhood.
Deputy Superintendent Dr. Terry Pruitt will direct the show. He has an extensive background in the arts having served as a band director, choral director, drama teacher, and church choir director. Dr. Pruitt has directed many community and school theatre productions during his career and this will make the eighth show he has directed in District 7, including last year’s highly successful production of All Shook Up. Dr. John Moody, Music Department Chairman and Director of Choral Activities for District Seven will lead musical direction. Susan Woodham, dance teacher at Pine Street School and Outreach Director for Ballet Spartanburg, and Caroline Pruitt, special education teacher at Chapman Elementary and dance teacher for Ballet Spartanburg, will serve as choreographers. Bryon Long, theatre teacher at Spartanburg High School and Pine Street School, will serve as technical director.
The play will open on Thursday, May 25 at the Chapman Cultural Center at 7p.m., with other performances on Friday, May 26 at 7p.m., Saturday, May 27 at 7p.m., and Sunday, May 28 at 3p.m. Ticket information will be released soon, BUT mark your calendar now – you will not want to miss this great show presented by our District 7 Musical Theatre students. Auditions will be held in January and will be announced soon.

Summer School

First Session begins Monday thru Thursday, June 12 - June 29. The last day to register for 1st sessions is June 9, 2017. Second Session for Summer School is Monday thru Thursday, July 10 - July 27. Registration for 2nd session will continue until June 29, 2017. Students must provide their own transportation. The Summer School Registration Form is available in Guidance and can be located on the right side of the Home page under Publications.
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