Shenandoah High School Class of 2017 2017 SHS Academic Letter and Lamp Winners SHS Band is State Bound! State Superintendent of Public Instruction DeMaria meets with students at the high school.
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Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic

Stop the FluSat. Sept. 23rd 9:00am to 2:00pm
Health Department - 44069 Marietta Rd, Caldwell
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Principal's Message

Principal's Message 2017-18


            Welcome back to SHS.  It is truly a wonderful time to be a Zep!  Our facilities have been upgraded throughout campus, be them in the building or on the grounds…we truly are getting better today.  Our staff continues to work hard to develop themselves and offer classes that will better prepare our students for the future.  We have expanded electives, for example…the return of the theatre program is a huge positive for our students, as well as our continued pursuit to add college credit plus classes that will benefit students and families down the road.  We are proud to announce that all 9th grade students will have freshmen experience class and begin their HS career on the right foot.  As a staff we continue to evolve and move to a more standards based grading system, with supports in place to help struggling students succeed.  It is our mission to provide all students opportunities to succeed in and out of the classroom.  If we can assist you in any way please give us a call and we will do everything we can to help you and your student.  We look forward to working with you and look forward to a wonderful school year.  Go Zeps!! 

Start Talking!

Distart talkingd you know that children of parents who talk to their teens are 50% less likely to use drugs?

An effort is underway across Ohio to prevent drug use among Ohio’s most vulnerable citizens – our children. Governor John R. Kasich and First Lady Karen W. Kasich have launched Start Talking! to give parents, guardians, educators and community leaders the tools to start the conversation with Ohio’s youth about the importance of living healthy, drug-free lives.

A majority of substance-free adolescents credit their parents for the decision not to use illegal substances. Likewise, teachers and other authority figures can have a similar influence on youth and their decision-making.

Parents, mentors and peers can make a difference just by talking to the young people in their lives about drug use. Please Start Talking!

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