The Sheboygan Area School District held its historical joint outdoor graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 11, 2022, at Vollrath Park.
View photo galleries from the local media outlets and view the recorded event on YouTube.
Imagine being able to see color for the first time. That’s what South High School art teacher Brian Sommersberger wanted for four of his students with color blindness. Read about this amazing experience.
Senior Patrick Beniger II has spent a good deal of his time at South High School involved with the Red Raider Manufacturing program. He’s taken a variety of Tech Ed classes and participated in nine-week co-ops at Old Wisconsin and American Orthodontics, where he is also spending a full year in a youth apprenticeship. Read more.
Art and Tech Ed students from South High School recently collaborated on an abstract art project that is now on display in the district’s Instructional Technology department, otherwise known as The Hive. Read more.
Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes visited South High School yesterday to meet with the South High School WE RISE student group and the North High School START Change student group. Students took advantage of a full hour to ask Lt. Governor Barnes thoughtful questions on a variety of topics relating to equity, inclusion, activism, and societal issues.
During his time at South High School, senior Tyler Skaggs has taken advantage of numerous opportunities to explore potential career options and learn valuable skills through participation in the Red Raider Manufacturing program. Read more.
Many Sheboygan Area School District schools have been recognized by Wisconsin’s Response to Intervention (RtI) Center for specific efforts in behavior, reading, and mathematics.
During a year that was anything but typical, South High School graduate Sydney Barrington took advantage of every opportunity to make her high school years count and gain valuable work experience in her chosen field.
Young entrepreneurs at Sheboygan North and South High Schools pitched their business startups to a group of Sheboygan area business professionals at the 2021 Pitch Night.
A South High School student and teacher are among the recipients of Herb Kohl Foundation scholarships or awards.
At tonight’s Board of Education meeting, our administrative team presented a plan for Farnsworth, Horace Mann, and Urban Middle Schools as well as North and South High Schools to transition to in-person learning four days a week beginning Monday, February 22. Wednesdays will remain an asynchronous learning day for hybrid students and also allows teachers time to work with virtual students.
Two North High teachers, two North High students, and one South High student are the recipients of Herb Kohl Foundation scholarships or awards.