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Southington High School

720 Pleasant Street, Southington, CT 06489
PH: 860-628-3229 FX: 860-628-3397
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Welcome to SHS!

Last Day of School 

Friday 6/17/22


Senior Material Return

Seniors must return all school materials

No later than Thursday 6/16/22 

Students with outstanding materials (books, chromebook, charger, etc) WILL NOT be able to participate in the graduation ceremony or issued a diploma or transcripts unless all materials are returned or paid for.


Senior Activities

Saturday, 5/21/22: PROM - at Aqua Turf. Click here for more information 

Thursday, 6/2/22: Class Night - SHS Athletic Fields 6-9pm

Friday, 6/3/22: Class Day at Six Flags New England. Students MUST RSVP for this event NO LATER THAN Wednesday 5/13/22. Click here to RSVP

Wednesday 6/15/22: Chromebook collection in library. Students will go with their scheduled English class to do returns.

Thursday 6/16/22: during scheduled 1/2 day hours: Senior Breakfast, Grad Rehearsal, Pick up Cap/Gown/Graduation Tickets (5 general admission per student), Dismissal

Friday 6/17/22: 5:30 - Graduation on Fontana Field

All Night Grad Party - following graduation

American Legion Boys State Program

For more than 75 years the American Legion has provided a unique opportunity for high school juniors from across the country to participate in a hands-on exercise in government and democracy through the American Legion Boys State Program.  The CT American Legion Boys' State Program will take place from Saturday, June 25 through Thursday, June 30, 2022, at no cost to the delegates.  If interested, please visit and follow the directions to complete the application.  Any questions can be directed to Sergeant-Major McCarty, building substitute, or your social studies teacher.

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      Program of Studies 2022-2023

      Course Registration

      Current grade 9-11 course registration for 22-23 has begun. Log into PowerSchool to access your course level recommendations and select course requests. The portal will be open from 9 AM on 2.9 the end of the day on 2.13. After the 13th students will meet individually with school counselors to review course requests and credits for graduation.  If a parent/guardian has a question or concern about a level recommendation, please reach out to the current teacher directly.

      2022-23 Course Selection

      Grade 9 Course Registration Sheet

      Grade 10 Course Registration Sheet

      Grade 11 Course Registration Sheet

      Grade 12 Course Registration Sheet

      Attendance Codes

      Please see the codes below as they relate to daily attendance. To report an absence, email: Linda Kaseta


      AB - ABSENT ~ You were absent with parent permission
      AV - ABSENT VERIFIED ~ Your absence is covered by doctor/court note or religious/funeral
      RAB - REMOTE ABSENT ~ You are under quarantine and not accessing class remotely. If you access class, it will be changed to RP
      UNV UNVERIFIED ~ You were not in school and there was no parent/guardian confirmation of absence
      RP - REMOTE PRESENT ~ You are attending class remotely due to quarantine


      TU TARDY UNEXCUSED ~ You were late to school - unexcused reason
      TE TARDY EXCUSED ~ You were late to school with note from parent/doctor
      TAB TARDY ABSENT ~ You were late to school excused and missed more than half the class/day
      DAB DISMISSED ABSENCE ~ You were dismissed from school and missed more than half the class/day

      Technical Support for Students

      If a student needs help with their SPS Device, please review the information on the Technical Support page.

      Working Papers

      Anyone under the age of 18 in Connecticut must obtain Working Papers before starting employment. All adolescents wishing to obtain Working Papers must appear in person at Southington High School. Adolescents must bring the original Promise of Employment letter from their prospective employer.  Proof of identification is required. If you attend SHS, we can use School records with your school ID. Non SHS students must provide one of the following ID’s an original birth certificate, driver’s license, learners permit, passport, or a State of Connecticut-issued identification. 

      Please review the checklist below from the Connecticut Department of Labor regarding requirements for obtaining working papers:


      • Are you at least 16 years old (15 years old for retail establishments during vacation weeks)?
      • Do you have an employer's written Promise of Employment?
      • Do you have proof of age, such as a birth certificate, baptismal certificate, or passport?
      • Do you have your Social Security card?
      • Is the job permitted for your age according to Connecticut's laws/regulations?
      • Is the industry permitted for your age according to Connecticut's laws/regulations?
      • Are the time and hours of work permitted by law?

      If you answered "yes" to all the above questions, please bring your Promise of Employment, and proof of age to the School Counseling office in the Student Support Center at SHS. Preferably in the morning so we have time to process before the end of day. 

      Non-Discrimination Statement

      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. Non-discrimination Statement

      Special Needs Registry

      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





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        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.