Dec 09
Morning Announcements

Club Picture Schedule

12/9 – There is a National Art Honor Society meeting after school today!  Attendance is mandatory unless you've cleared with Ms. Fritts


12/9 – Club pictures are Tuesday, Dec 10.  There is one change to the schedule, Latin Club will take their picture at 1:05 instead of 11:10.


12/9 – The School Store will be open during all lunch shifts next week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the 18th, 19th, and 20th.  Parents are welcome to come during lunch shifts anytime from 11am to 1pm to purchase school apparel from the store.  Please consider supporting our FBLA club by purchasing items from the store.  They will make great gifts for the holidays.


12/9-12/10 – Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors interested in graphic design as a career path are invited to attend a one-day hands-on Design Camp on January 11th at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.  The cost is $10 + a processing fee.  Register by December 31 on the Kutztown University website. 


12/6-12/9 – Attention SGA Members – If you are interested in attending the CCSGA meeting on 12/13- please stop by E218 to pick up a permission slip.  It must be returned by 12/11.


12/6-12/10 – Any member of Best Buddies who would like to participate in a holiday gift exchange for the after school holiday party on Dec. 19th should stop by Mrs. Grant’s classroom, G280, anytime during the school day to complete a questionnaire.  There is a $10 limit on the price of gifts.  Names will be drawn during our CAV Time meeting on Thursday, Dec. 12.  If you would like to participate but will not be able to attend the meeting to draw a name, please see Mrs. Grant.

Dec 03
Club Picture Schedule


Club pictures will be taken on Dec 10th in the LOBBY of the auditorium. Please arrive for your picture ON TIME! We will not wait for members as we need to stay on schedule. Club advisors are not in the pictures.

Please bring a prop that reflects the club with you for the picture.

Film Club

Mr. Lathe


Best Buddies



Educators Rising

Mrs. Fiora


Art Club

Ms. Katz


Robotics Club

Mr. Lee


Turning Point USA



American Sign Language Club






Project Linus

Mrs. Fiora


British Culture Club

Ms. Williams


Strategic Gaming Club

Mr. Lathe





Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Mrs. Franklin



Ms. Bowman, Ms. Adkins


Book Club



German Club/Deutschklub

Mrs. Keck


Green Team

 Ms. Cook


National Honor Society

Mr. Joseph, Mr. English


It's Academic

Mr. Foote


ITS Troupe 2921

Mrs. Widner


Key Club

Ms. Sexton-Radney, Mrs. Scalzi


Leo Club

Ms. Zecchino


Latin Club

Mr. English


Diversity Committee

Ms. Shami


National Art Honor Society (NAHS)

Ms. Fritts


Gay/Straight Alliance

Ms. Williams


Peer Facilitators

Mrs. Seargeant


Class Boards for 20/21/22/23



Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society

Mr. Widner


Wellness team



Orchestra 1



Spanish Club

Mrs. Fuller



Mrs. Widner, Ms. Kaiser


Sci National Honors Society

Mrs. McGuire, Ms. Johnson,   Mrs.Duvall


Student Government Association (SGA)

Mrs. Walker


Full Orchestra

Mr. Stevenson


Honors Orchestra



Band I



Honors Wind





Nov 27
Balfour Class Ring Information
Nov 11
American Legion Oratorical Contest

Oratorical Contest Flyer                  

Oratorical Contest Application

The American Legion Oratorical Contest exists to develop deeper knowledge and appreciation for the U.S. Constitution among high school students. Since 1938, the program has presented participants with an academic speaking challenge that teaches important leadership qualities, the history of our nation’s laws, the ability to think and speak clearly, and an understanding of the duties, responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship. The program has featured numerous politicians and prominent contestants over the years, including former president candidate Alan Keyes and CNN anchor Lou Dobbs.

Young orators earn some of the most generous college scholarships available to high school students. Over $138,000 in scholarships can be awarded each year. Our local Post winners receive $400 for 1st Prize, $300 for 2nd Prize and $200 for 3rd Prize. the local winner continues to a County-wide competition, District and finally Statewide competition with similar awards for each.  The overall national contest winner gets an $18,000 scholarship. Second place takes home $16,000, and third gets $14,000. Each department (state) winner who is certified into and participates in the national contest’s first round receives a $1,500 scholarship. Those who advance past the first round receive an additional $1,500 scholarship. The American Legion’s National Organization awards these scholarships, which can be used at any college or university in the United States.

High school students under age 20 are eligible. Competition begins at the post level and advances to a state competition. Legion department representatives certify one winner per state to the national contest, where department winners compete against each other in two speaking rounds. The contest caps off with a final round that decides the three top finishers. Speaking subjects must be on some aspect of the U.S. Constitution, with some emphasis on the duties and obligations of citizens to our government. Speeches are eight to 10 minutes long; three- to five-minute speeches on an assigned topic also are part of the contest.

As usual, our local contest will be held at the
 American Legion Gold Star Post 191, 801 Prospect Rd, Mt Airy, Maryland.  This year's competition will take place, Saturday, January 27, 2018 1:30 pm.  Applications are due January 19, 2018.


Oct 29
Senior Write-Ups

Senior Write-ups

This includes the following:

  • Baby picture (ages 0-5 years old)
  • Casual picture (informal photo taken outside of school)
  • Write-up

Photo Instructions:

  • Both are optional
  • Email baby and casual pictures to
  • Please put your name (last name, first name) as the subject of the email

Senior Write-up Instructions

The link is

  1. Complete the form and click submit
  2. Photos can also be submitted by clicking Senior Photo Submissions on the website which will pull up the yearbook email. Remember to put your name (last name, first name) as the subject line of the email with your attached photos.
Jun 17
Photo Highlights from RoboCavs Banquet
Jun 06
2019-2020 Important Dates

2019-2020 Important Dates

(updated 6/17/19; subject to change)

May 06
Congratulations SC RoboCavs Gold Team
May 01
SCHS Walk for a Cure

The National Honor Society, in collaboration with several other student leaders, clubs and faculty members, will be hosting a Walk to Cure T1D this Saturday, May 4th at SCHS.  The walk will start at 9:00 in the bus loop and be followed by a post walk celebration.  There is no cost to walk, however, donations will be accepted.  We will have food, entertainment, club sponsored activity booths, a moon-bounce and an obstacle course (with prizes).  Please consider coming out this Saturday to support our students and this worthy cause. 

SCHS Walk for a Cure Flyer

Mar 04
Congratulations to Outstanding Teacher Nominees

Congratulations to the 2019 SCHS Outstanding Teacher Award Nominees:

Adkins, Teresa

Brauer, Jennifer

Breen, Grady

Burris, Dawn

Eyler, Kristine

Fabula, Jennifer

Fiora, Carmela

Franklin, Christina

Fritts, Lauren

Grant, Vicky

Isacco, Andrew

Johnson, Kimberly

Joseph, Matthew

Katz, Lisa

Lee, Sean

Lignelli, Eve

Marks, Alyson

McGuire, Linda

Michael, Michelle

Moran, Sean

Novotny, Timothy

Owings, David

Plaskowitz, Judith

Reynolds, Tammie

Rusbosin, Vincent

Szymanski, Robin

Widner, Bradley

Widner, Caitlin