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  • On Thursday, February 27th, SSHS will be hosting an Honors, AP, and Dual Enrollment Night at 6:00 EST in the SSHS gym. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information for current 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students who are interested in taking Honors, AP, and/or Dual Enrollment classes next year. Teachers of these courses will be available to meet with and provide information to students and parents, we will have college representatives available to discuss dual enrollment options, and counselors and administrators will be available to speak to students and parents about taking these rigorous courses.

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  • Smiths Station High School is beginning the process of registration for the 2020-2021 school year.  The Course Selection Guide is available on our school webpage under the "Latest News" section.  Important dates and reminders about registration and schedules will also be available on the school webpage as well as the SSHS Facebook page (

    Course selection and registration is a serious process, and not a task to be taken lightly.  Beginning on Monday, February 24th, counselors will be meeting with students during their History classes to discuss course offerings, courses required for graduation, class prerequisites, and other topics related to registration.  They will also be handing out Course Selection Sheets.  Course Selection Sheets should be completed, signed by a parent/guardian, and returned to the student’s History teacher NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, MARCH 6THIt is important that the courses selected on this sheet are done so with care, as this sets into motion a complex process.  Once choices are made, the master schedule is developed and the school is staffed for the coming year in order to meet that demand.  Students need to understand the importance of the decisions they make when selecting courses and that he/she will live with the decisions they have made.

    Students will be able to view a DRAFT copy of their schedule for next year in late May or early June on their Chalkable/STI Home account.  Understand that this will be a DRAFT schedule.  A student’s schedule may change from May to the time that school starts due to changes in the master schedule.  Students will be offered the opportunity to make schedule changes for elective courses until Friday, July 31, 2020 and for core classes until Friday, August 14th (pending the 2020-2021 school calendar).  Schedule Change Request forms will be available in the main office, as well as online (students may submit in person or online using their school email account).  Any schedule changes will require administrative approval.  Schedule changes requesting a different teacher for the same course will not be considered.  Schedule changes will not be permitted after the deadlines, unless the school has made a mistake in the schedule (this includes during the school year and second semester).  

    Students that do not complete the registration process by the established deadlines and with the required signatures will have all courses selected by his/her counselor or an administrator and will forfeit the opportunity to make any changes.  PLEASE ADHERE TO ALL DEADLINES AND PROCEDURES TO ENSURE THAT YOU RECEIVE A SCHEDULE THAT IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL TO YOUR DESIRED LEARNING OUTCOMES.

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  • AP Exam fees are now due. The price of each regular fee exam is $110.00 and the price of each exam for those who have qualified for free or reduced lunch is $15.00.
    These fees should be given to the teacher of the exam the student is sitting for, given to Ms. Drury in room 201B. If a student is sitting for more than one exam all exams may be paid together. Payments can also be online using PayPams.
    All exams must be paid by April 30th. Anyone who has not paid by this date will be removed from the testing roster and will be billed the College Board restocking fee of $40.00. Please review the student handbook for a list of consequences associated with not taking the exam, for any reason.
    If you have any questions please ask your teacher or see Ms. Drury.
    Testing Schedule:
    May 4th - United States Government and Politics
    May 5th – Calculus AB
    May 6th – English Literature and Composition
    May 7th – Chemistry
    May 8th – United States History
    May 11th – Biology (a.m.)
    Environmental Science (p.m.)
    May 13th – English Language and Composition (a.m.)
    Microeconomics (p.m.)
    May 15th – Statistics (p.m.)
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  • Students: Parking passes will be enforced beginning next week. If you have not bought a parking pass and are parking on campus, you will get a warning sticker 1st offense. Subsequent offenses will result in fines and/or towing. Hang tags must be properly displayed to avoid citations.
    For students who need to purchase a parking pass, forms are available in the front office. The cost is $25.
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  • 2019-2020 Testing dates are as follows:
    October 1st- WorkKeys for 12th Grade
    October 8th- PRE-ACT for 10th grade
    October 16th -PSAT/NMSQT 11th and 10th grade- See Mrs. Shores to sign up. Cost is $20
    March 10th- ACT with Writing 11th grade
    All testing days are REGULAR school days.
    October 1st, 10th grade will be doing PRE-ACT demographics and 11th grade will be doing ACT on-line prep.
    October 8th, SSHS will host its 2nd annual career fair for juniors and seniors and there will also be a FAFSA workshop for 12th grade.
    We are also posting the ACT calculator policy so that you can ensure that your child has the correct calculator for the test as the school does not provide calculators before the test.
    For questions regarding testing, please contact Mrs. Shores.
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  • The Panther Perk is officially open.
    Students can preorder between 8:20-8:40 am. They may pickup their preorders or make regular orders between 9:40-11:00 am. 
    Panther Perk Menu
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  • Sophomore Remind

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  • SSHS will begin selling student "All-Sports" passes. These passes are $50 and allow the student (and they are only available for students) entry to all HOME sporting events (excluding playoff games). Passes will be available during lunch waves from Coach Johnson.
    *Students must have the sports pass and their school ID (which will be issued next week) for entrance to sporting events - the name on the pass must match the name on the student's ID.
    For questions regarding the All-Sports pass, please contact Coach Shana Johnson.
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  • Credit Recovery will begin Monday, August 19th after school.  The lab will be open from 4:15-6:30 Monday –Thursday. Students will need to attend an initial orientation and receive their log-in information, once completed they may begin working on assignments at home or in the lab.  Quizzes and Tests MUST be taken at school.  Should you have any questions regarding credit recovery you may contact your child’s counselor.  Counselors are in the process of meeting with students now.  


    Mrs. Rowan 10th

    Mrs. Shores 11th

    Mrs. DeLucca 12th     

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  • Attention Seniors:
    If you would like to join SR remind, the sections are:
    SRS with last names A-F text @sr2020a-f to the number 81010
    SRS with last names G-L text @sr2020g-l to the number 81010
    SRS with last names M-P text @sr2020m-p to the number 81010
    SRS with last names Q-R text @sr2020q-r to the number 81010
    SRS with last names S-Z text @sr2020s-z to the number 81010


    Senior Grad Guidelines Page 1

    Senior Grad Guidelines Page 2

    Senior Newletter Page 1

    Senior Newsletter Page 2

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  • Info for Juniors

    Junior Remind

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  • For students and parents/guardians new to Smiths Station High School, some information about morning and afternoon traffic flow:
    Mornings - Please keep in mind that students should be in their 1st period class (or for the first day of school, homeroom) by 8:45 EST. We recommend arriving early for at least the first few days until you are comfortable with the routine. Traffic issues do not excuse tardies. Student drivers can enter either the main entrance (at the school sign) or the secondary entrance. Students should park in the main student parking lot, closest to Lee Road 430 (the back parking lot is used for overflow parking only). For parent/guardian drop off, please use the secondary entrance (the one further from the school sign). You will enter the first parking lot that you come to from that direction to drop your child off (please do not park), and turn left to exit back out of the secondary entrance. Neither student nor parent drivers should enter the bus line parking.
    Afternoons - The bell rings for dismissal at 4:00 EST. At this time, the main school entrance is exit only for students leaving the student parking lot. Students going right should be in the right lane, students going left should be in the left lane. Students cannot drive straight to cross the railroad tracks across from the school. For parents picking students up, you will use the secondary entrance to enter, and follow signs to the first parking lot that you come to from that direction and park in a parking spot to wait for your child. When leaving, you will go left and exit back out of the secondary entrance. Again, neither student nor parent drivers should enter the bus line parking.
    Please be cautious in both the mornings and afternoons of school staff directing traffic. Also, deputies will be out to enforce school speed zones and other traffic laws.
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  • All Schedule Changes for the 2019-2020 school year were due to the SSHS Main Office by 3:00 EST on Friday, August 2nd.

    No more schedule changes will be done unless the school has made a mistake on your schedule, or you were on the waiting list for a class that has become available.  This includes once school begins.

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  • The SSHS PTO is offering parents/guardians the opportunity to run a banner on the SSHS school marquee for 3 days to wish a student happy birthday. The cost is $10, and you must give a 10 business day notice. Information is available in the SSHS main office.

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  • for ALL FEES is now available. This system provides a convenient and safe place to make school meal and fee payments, eliminating the need for students to bring cash/checks to school. It is available on the web or any iOS or Android mobile device.
    When signing up, select Lee County Board of Education - Opelika, complete the registration form, enter student info, and select the appropriate school. If you already have a lunch account, you must create a separate account for school fees.
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  • Food deliveries from services such as UberEats and GrubHub or pizza deliveries cannot be accepted at Smiths Station High School. 

    Any food brought to SSHS for a student must be brought by someone on a student’s contact list and should be delivered in a brown paper bag or lunchbox/bag.

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  • FYI, SSHS can no longer accept checks written in gel ink (pink, purple, red, etc). These checks cannot be read by the scanners that our bank uses for processing.

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  • We are happy to announce that we've partnered with BSN Sports and built an online store front to support our community.

    In the store, you'll find brands you know and designs you'll love.  You can customize your gear with names, numbers, or relationships like Mom and Dad.  There's no minimum order, quick shipping, and best of all, the proceeds help us support essential programs at our school.

    Sideline Store

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