Southern Garrett High School, the largest educational facility in predominately rural Garrett County, Maryland, strives to provide students with a variety of educational experiences to meet their individual needs. By providing successful school experiences, we prepare students to become life-long learners. We challenge students to strive for personal excellence and responsible citizenship as they develop intellectually, socially, emotionally, and physically.
Thank you, GCC Technologies, LLC, our business partner for February.
Garrett College will hold a FASFA night on February 21. For more information see FASFA Flyer.
Attention National Honor Society: Probationary members are reminded that all membership requirements need to be completed by the March 2ndmeeting. Also, members and probationary members are needed to help with creating approximately 75 Valentines for Veterans this week during RAMS period in Ms. Savage's room. See Ms. Savage with any questions.
Need Service Learning Looking for places to complete service learning? Go to the service learning page for more opportunities and locations to earn hours.
Literary Magazine Seeks Student Submissions The staff of the school literary magazine, The Rampage, is seeking student short stories, artwork, photography and poetry. Submit completed work to Mrs. Savage, Room 1231, or email email@example.com
Gift Card and Clothing Sale Stop by Southern Garrett High School to see the hundreds of available restaurant and retail gift cards for sale. The school receives a profit from the sale of the cards and a 20% discount is being offered on select gift cards for a limited time. Also, the school store is offering 25% off of all Ram clothing and gear for a limited time. Please stop by the school any day between 9:00-2:00 pm to shop in the school store.
NEW SCHOOL STORE ITEMS: The school store is now selling RAM braclet's necklaces and keychains. View new items here. Stop by the main office for more information or to see items in person.
After School Tutoring After school tutoring is available in the media center from 3:30-5:30 pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week. On Tuesdays, Sara Shaffer tutors social studies. On Wednesdays, science teacher Erin Coffman and math teacher Megan Sgaggero alternate tutoring. English teachers Hollie Wund and Dan Graham alternate tutoring on Thursdays. However, any student can go to tutoring any night for a quiet place to study or use the computers.
Looking for Money for College? Visit the SHS scholarship/financial page for more information on where to find money for college and to apply for scholarships.
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