Lacrosse season has started for the Lady Spartans! Although they didn’t come away with the win last week, they fought hard and are ready to roll this season! Keep working ladies!
7 days ago, Scituate School Department
girls lacrosse
Boys Volleyball kicked off their season with a win against Exeter-West Greenwich last week! Way to go Spartans!
8 days ago, Scituate School Department
boys volleyball
During Spirit Week last week, Ms. Grundt's USI honors class showed their enthusiasm on USA day!
9 days ago, Scituate School Department
spirit week
Check out some of our students creative artwork! Students in Portfolio class completed torn paper portraits. These two dog portraits were created by Alexis Pezzullo and Abbey Theroux! Ella Bailey created a piece of art in Portfolio class where she used a map and its unique characteristics to define shapes creatively! In Advanced Computer Imaging, Ruby Weissman created a portrait made entirely of Emojis!
10 days ago, Scituate School Department
artwork
artwork
artwork
artwork
Scituate High School earned its Project ADAM Heart Safe School status this past week!! Project ADAM helps schools establish a plan to respond to sudden cardiac arrest. Maggie Colllins helped establish the plan and run practice drills as part of her senior project. Members of administration, teachers and town EMS participated in the final drill. We are one a few schools in Rhode Island to earn this status and we are prepared if we need to call the team together in a real emergency!
14 days ago, Scituate School Department
senior project
senior project
Everyone had a blast participating the Spartan Olympic Games at the end of the day today! Students enjoyed playing Tug-Of-War, Dodgeball, Around The World, and Hungry, Hungry Hippos and there were smiles all around. 💙🤍
13 days ago, Scituate School Department
Spartan Games
Spartan Games
Spartan Games
Spartan Games
Spartan Games
Spartan Games
Spartan Games
The month of March is known as Music in Our Schools Month and our Music Department has been very busy! They celebrated All State weekend, and the chorus performed in the state choral festival. Up next is Band Festival on April 11th!
15 days ago, Scituate School Department
music in our schools month
music in our schools month
Music in our schools month
Tristan Redmond received his award for having one of the top five written responses for the national Holocaust Art and Writing Contest at Chapman University! Way to go Tristan!!
16 days ago, Scituate School Department
chapman university
Thank you to our junior class and the amazing high school science department! Last Thursday, all SHS juniors spent three hours working on Edpuzzles and using the NGSA Science test platform to become familiar with the state test and to brush up on some skills. Juniors will have one more "boot camp" on May 2nd and will take the state NGSA Science test on May 7th!
17 days ago, Scituate School Department
science
It's National Assistant Principals week, and we are very lucky to have Mrs. Goffe! Thank you Mrs. Goffe for making such a positive impact on our school community!
17 days ago, Scituate School Department
School Assistant Principal
S in STEAM students tested their support structure designs by stacking books on top of them. Kate, Robin, and Lina were able to stack 37 books in total, taking 1st place! Amazing work Spartans!
21 days ago, Scituate School Department
STEAM
Students in the Art Portfolio class are working with various media to create self-portraits! This amazing oil painting was created by Senior, Gianna Ricciard.
21 days ago, Scituate School Department
Art Portfolio Class
Students enrolled in the Biomedical Pathway, Human Body Systems class are collecting data in order to learn more about the techniques used to identify areas of limited circulation or even arterial blockages. A fetal doppler serves to convert pulse vibrations into sound and a cuff to limit blood flow through that artery!
22 days ago, Scituate School Department
Biomedical Pathway
Scituate High School choir Students work with Dr. Rollo Dilworth at Rhode Island’s All State Choir Rehearsal.
22 days ago, Scituate School Department
Choir
This past week, students in US History 1 researched abolitionists and created a biography of them on posters!
23 days ago, Scituate School Department
us history
us history
us history
us history
Mrs. Travers has been working with students in the greenhouse to plant their own flowers and herbs. They will care for them weekly until they are ready to take home!
23 days ago, Scituate School Department
agricultural club
Technology Student Association: On Saturday, students from the Technology Student Association (TSA) competed against students from around the state to show their prowess in technological topics! They competed in diverse subjects, and Scituate students took home several medals in different topics! The following were podium finishers in this competition: First Place: Jessica Adams (Structural Design & Engineering) Michael Angelotti (Senior Solar Sprint) Norah Clarke (Audio Podcasting) Stephen Cronan (Senior Solar Sprint) Max Jackson (Video Game Design) Emerson Medici (Audio Podcasting) Bryce Edwards (Senior Solar Sprint) Aiden Ouillette (Senior Solar Sprint) Finn Wilkie (Video Game Design) Second Place: Mason Hillis-Piecyk (Flight Endurance) Nick Lupino (Technology Bowl, Animatronics) Simona Mancini (Technology Bowl, Animatronics) Gio Verducci (Technology Bowl, Animatronics) Third Place: Brendan Mowry (Webmaster) Congratulations to all!
23 days ago, Scituate School Department
TSA
TSA
TSA
TSA
Scituate Spartans raised over $3000 for the RI Special Olympics at the Polar Plunge on Saturday! These brave high school and middle school students jumped in the freezing ocean with rain, hail, and 32-degree weather!
25 days ago, Scituate School Department
RI Special Olympics Polar Plunge
RI Special Olympics Polar Plunge
RI Special Olympics Polar Plunge