Southington High School

720 Pleasant Street, Southington, CT 06489
PH: 860-628-3229 FX: 860-628-3397
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Principal's Newsletter

January, 2019

Happy New Year!

I hope everyone enjoyed the winter recess with your family and friends and that 2019 brings health and prosperity to everyone.

The month of December had many activities that brought cheer and goodwill to our school. On December 5th, we celebrated our outstanding Southington Public Schools teacher of the year, Mrs. Kari Peschel-Luise at the Connecticut State Teacher of the Year celebration in Hartford. Our student organizations have been busy transforming the halls into a Winter Wonderland, they participated in holiday celebrations throughout the community and the Student Council Think Tank held a spirit week. Please click here to read the January, 2019 newsletter.


A graduate of the Southington Public Schools will be college or career ready and prepared for life beyond by mastering the knowledge and demonstrating the skills to communicate effectively, think creatively and critically, and contribute to the global community.

Program of Studies 2019-2020

The 2019-2020 Program of Studies is now available. Please click here to access the file.

Project Lead The Way Information

Project Lead the Way is a pre-engineering program consisting of five sequenced courses designed to help students explore technology and engineering related careers. The PLTW Program prepares students who intend on entering a four year college after high school. Please click here for more information.

Midterm Exams 2019

Midterm exams are scheduled to start on Tuesday, January 22, 2019 and end on Friday, January 25, 2019. Please click here for the full schedule.

NEASC Parent Survey

Dear Parents and Guardians,
Every ten years schools are required to go through an accreditation process. The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) is the governing body for this accreditation. Our Decennial visit by NEASC will be in November of 2021. In the years prior to the Decennial visit, schools are required to perform a number of steps. Presently we are in year one.
In year one of the Accreditation cycle, the school reflects on its alignment to the NEASC Standards. The purpose of the Self-Reflection is to gather and examine sufficient evidence to evaluate the school’s alignment to the Standards. The Self-Reflection phase and related data collection informs the school’s plan for growth. It is viewed as a research and reflection step to help the school sharpen its vision and action steps for continuous improvement.
One of the responsibilities we have is to conduct surveys from our Families, Students and Staff. The surveys provide external perspective to help assess the school’s alignment to the Standards for Accreditation.
We are asking our SHS families to kindly participate in the NEASC survey by clicking on the link provided below. This survey should take approximately 20 minutes.
Family Survey

Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation and support.
Brian Stranieri, Principal

SHS Celebrations

November Make My Day Students!

Yearbook Information

For 2019 Chronicle deadlines and FAQs, please click here.

Parents and/or Guardians: Do you want to send a special message to your graduating senior? Please click here for more information.

It is that time of year to order your yearbook! Please click here to take advantage of the early bird discount available until Dec. 31, 2018. After that date, the prices go up. Click here for the order form.



The Southington Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Click here for the Non-discrimination Statement.


The Town of Southington in conjunction with the Commission of DisAbilities has established a Special Needs Registry at the Southington Police Department dispatch center to assist residents with special needs in the event of emergency or evacuation. Special needs flyer