Announcements

  • Yearbook

    Order your Shelton High School yearbook at www.Jostens.com.

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District News

  • Universal Screening Scores now available in the Parent Portal

    Student Universal Screening Scores are now available in the Parent Portal. Please click on the Tina Talks video in the section below for instructions on how to access the scores.

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  • 2017 Terrific Tales Short Story Contest

    Click on the attached link to read the flyer for the 2017 Terrific Tales Short Story Contest.  This contest is open to all Shelton Public Schools students.

    The due date for entries is Friday November 18th

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  • Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBAC) Letter/CSDE Parent Guide

    Students' individual Smarter Balanced Assessment results will be sent home on Friday October 7th.

    For a copy of the letter, including a link to the Connecticut State Department of Education's parent guides, please click the attachments below.

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  • Word of the Week Invite

    Click on the attached file to read the Word of the Week invitation to the community

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  • Presentation

    Click the link below to view the Powerpoint Presentation - OPIOID 101 - presented on 5-9-16 at SIS through community collaboration of SPSS, SPD, VSAAC, PTO Alliance, & Youth Service Bureau.

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Principal's Message

Shelton High School community believes that a safe, respectful atmosphere must be established and maintained for all students to achieve excellence and become responsible citizens. Within this environment, we expect all students to be engaged learners and critical thinkers who demonstrate technological literacy. The Shelton High School student is expected to meet academic, social and civic expectations. We believe students, staff, and parents, in cooperation with community members, must share responsibility in the teaching and learning process. Shelton High School offers a variety of academic, co-curricular and athletic opportunities for all students. We encourage students to challenge themselves academically and to rise to their full potential. Students are also encouraged to participate in clubs, on teams and in school productions. Shelton High School is a place where there is a culture of respect for self and others and we are committed to offer opportunities for life-long learning. Our Gael Guidelines define our school culture: respect, responsibility, safety.

I look forward to a productive year.

Dr. Beth A. Smith

Headmaster

Shelton High School