Congratulations to the following Souhegan students who were selected to the All New England Band Festival which was held on Nov. 25th at Plymouth State.
Congratulations to the SHS music students who have been selected to the 2020 NH All-State Ensembles. Students were chosen by audition results from this past Saturday’s auditions.
Souhegan High School is hosting the highly acclaimed program, Challenge Day, to further build community and empathy among students and staff. Using interactive and engaging activities, Challenge Day, both a non-profit organization and the name of its flagship program, works to “break down the walls of separation and isolation and replace them with compassion, empathy and caring,” according to ChallengeDay.org.
As part of a recent senior English project students conducted a study of human character that combines literature and psychology to explore the question, “How do fictional children reflect or diverge from established child development theories?”
· Souhegan/SAU #39 students on par with Singapore and Hong Kong in high school Reading, Math, and Science performance
The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) informed Souhegan High School of its renewed accreditation for the next ten years and highlighted 18 commendations in the standards for accreditation from the many written in the report, according to NEASC Director, George Edwards, in a recent letter to the school.
Spend four days writing, discussing craft techniques, and learning from both professional writers and peers in workshops and classes designed just for students.
Congratulations to the SHS students invited to perform.
Senior Project is a cornerstone of the Souhegan High School experience. An integral part of this process is the inclusion of Amherst and Mont Vernon community members.
Members of The Claw, Souhegan High Schools digital magazine, recently attended the New Hampshire Democratic Convention at SNHU arena.