The Souhegan Drama Department announces our Spring Musical production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella! We are looking for actors, stage crew, set and props crews, sound and lights operators, costumers, hair/makeup artists, photographers, and more!
The games are organized by Nute HS Athletic Director Sean Young to create a preseason event that also raises awareness of the needs of food pantries after the Holidays.
The girls and boys basketball programs hosted the annual Tony Barksdale clinic to raise funds for the Tony Barksdale Memorial Scholarship.
After winning the Division II State Cross Country title a week earlier, the Souhegan Girls competed against the best teams from all 3 Divisions at the NHIAA Meet of Champions, and came out victorious - edging Pinkerton 105 to 110!
The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts describes Peter this way: ‘Peter Warburton has served for over 40 years as an educator and Administrator in the state of New Hampshire. He has been a strong advocate for Arts Education, and worked with middle school students as a drama director for 10 years. For six years he served as Chair of the Commission, as well as a member of the Board of Trustees, for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.”
Senior Project is an independent study project in an area of a student’s special interest. Students engage in extensive research and reflection, apply their new knowledge and present their final projects to a public audience in May. For the last few years, community members have served on the panels that guide four to five students through the process.
On October 13th, the Souhegan High School Ethics Forum met with students from Spaulding High School and Bedford High School at St. Anslems College to plan and develop the annual HYPE (Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts) conference.