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Welcome to South High
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COLUMBUS DAY PARADE AWARDS
Congratulations to North High School, South High School and Burncoat High School in the Columbus Day Parade. The parade committee issued the following awards: 

Marching Bands, Musical: second place, South High Community School Marching Band 

Color Guards/Drill Teams: first place, North High School JROTC; second place, South High Community School JROTC; third place, Burncoat High School JROTC
FIFTH ANNUAL STATE OF THE SCHOOLS ADDRESS INVITE

The Worcester Education Collaborative and the Worcester Public Schools
cordially invite you to attend
 
The Fifth Annual State of the Schools Address
Presented by
Dr. Melinda J Boone
North High School
140 Harrington Way
Monday, October 20th at 6:00 pm

Dr. Boone’s remarks will be followed by a response from members of the community.
School News & Information
CONGRATULATIONS PATRICK SHEA!
 
Congratulations to South High School’s Patrick Shea for being named a Commended Student in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
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School Information
Phone: 508-799-3325
School Hours:
7:20 am - 1:43 pm

Mission Statement
South High Community School is committed to inspiring students to achieve the highest standards of intellectual and personal development by providing a stimulating and comprehensive education.
Instructional Focus
Convey written information accurately, clearly and logically.

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