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Our strong academic reputation is built upon the foundation of promoting and proclaiming the teachings of Christ. Our students are encouraged to apply their skills and talents in a wide variety of academics, student activities, athletics and service opportunities.
Through academic challenge, faith formation, character building and friendships your child will be inspired to develop intellectually, emotionally and socially in a way that will last a lifetime.
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We LOVE Science! SHCS continues to compete in the NC Science & Engineering Fair. Congratulations to 6th grader Jacob Shores and 4th grader Evan Miller on their BIG WINS at the regional fair at UNCC on Feb 16-17th. Jacob will continue to the State Finals at NC State University on March 23-24th. Jacob’s Project is Operation Conservation: Using Variable Rate Irrigation in Production Agriculture.
What a great night! Our SHCS Alum showed up in great numbers for our 24th Annual Alum Event! It was so good to catch up with this group of fantastic young men and women! What a special event as we remembered Jack Campbell, Paul Mendez and Katie Meseroll...all former Alum who now watch us from Heaven. We also retired Katie’s basketball jersey #31. She will be remembered always and her jersey will hang with Jack’s and Paul’s jerseys, both #33. RIP. We love you!
“I think it’s a really cool award to win, especially since our conference was so tough this year. I have to thank Parrish for giving me the opportunity. He’s the one who got me to play with heart.” states Jack Fisher SHS #17.
“My mom showed me the importance of understanding the balance that you need to be successful,” added Michael. “She’s always said that you’re a ‘student athlete, not an athlete student.’ Putting school work first has allowed me to go to a school like Richmond where, if professional golf doesn’t work out, I’ll have the opportunity to do something really enjoyable — that can also lead to success in life.”