Souhegan High School students have received recognition in the 2019 NH Scholastic Art Award competition for their artwork.
This year's winner of the National Poetry Out Loud Recitation Competition is junior Amanda Jordan. Runner-up is last year's State Champion, Alana Hoskins. Congratulations!
If you want to stir some emotion in Souhegan High School girls hockey coach Kelli Braley, just ask her about the program’s leading scorer, senior Shannon Paquette.
Souhegan High School students took a break last Friday. It was a break that lasted through the whole school day, and it was for a serious purpose: building a sense of community and learning how to cope with the inevitable stresses that come with being a young human being in 2019.
Jobs for the Future’s Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative has selected Kathy Maddock for demonstrated longstanding commitments to using student-centered approaches in their practice, who engage in the struggle for educational equity, and who believe in the power of research-driven classrooms and schools to improve student outcomes.
Culinary teacher, Paula Garvey, is working on a number of fronts to create rich and engaging culinary programming at Souhegan High School.
Team one of the SHS mock trial team came in second in the NH Invitational tournament.
As students at Souhegan, everyone has the opportunity to play a significant and genuine role in their own learning. In the classroom, although given an overarching task, how students actually go about completing the task often falls in their own hands.
Souhegan High School’s digital magazine, is pleased to announce its first virtual training session in conjunction with the Journalism Education Association. This one-day workshop will take place on Monday, October 15th at Souhegan High School. Experts from around the country will offer specialized mini workshops in leadership, broadcasting, sports writing, social media and advertising.