PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
I hope you have had a fun and relaxing Memorial Day Weekend. We enter June and the final weeks of the 2022-2023 school year. Seniors have their last week of high school with Prom, Athletic Awards, Senior Car Parade and Graduation on Friday, 6/3.
Seniors, please continue to make safe and smart decisions as we look forward to a fun week of activities and Friday’s graduation.
Student’s in grades 9 - 11 please review your PS portal, check in with your teachers and make best use of the remaining FLEX blocks to support you academics and a successful completion of the school year.
Have a great week!
We kindly ask that you utilize the following links as first resources to find the information you are seeking prior to contacting the Main Office.
SHS Web Page:
Save the Date
May 31: Senior Prom @ Danversport, 6:00pm - 10:00pm
June 1: Year End Athletics Banquet, 5:45pm
June 2: Senior Car Parade, 5:30pm line up at SCMS / 6:00pm parade start
June 3: Graduation, 6:30pm
June 6: Grade 8 Step Up Day
June 7 & 8: Grade 10 Biology MCAS
June 10 - 15: Final exams; early dismissal 12:15pm
June 15: Last day of school; Early dismissal 10:05am / 12:15am
Class of 2022 / Senior Activities 5/31 - 6/3
· Cap and Gown Pick Up / Return of School Property
o 8:30am - 10:00am
§ Cap and Gown Pick Up
§ Return of School Property /Obligations
· Course Books
· ChromeBook and Charger Return
· Library Books
§ Student obligations MUST be fully resolved to participate in Senior Prom and Graduation Commencement
§ Pre-prom meeting with Administration and Class Advisor
o 4:00pm - 5:30pm
§ Stoneham Center
· Senior Prom @ Danversport
o 6:00pm - 10:00pm
· Athletic Awards
o 6:00pm @ Athletic Stadium
· Senior Car Parade
o Start at SCMS
§ Line up at 5:30pm
· Enter SCMS grounds through the Pomeworth Street entrance. One vehicle per family. Cars line up single file as they arrive. No buses or extended vehicles. All vehicles must be driven by parents or guardians. No student drivers are permitted. Students must stay in the car at all times.
§ Parade start @ 6:00pm
· Parade route
o Central Middle School to Elm – Oak – Forest - Elizabeth - Williams - Cottage - Wright - Marble – Summer – Franklin – Rustic – Fieldstone – Avalon – Windsor - North -Perkins – Franklin – Stoneham High School
· Required Graduation Rehearsal
o 8:30am - 11:00am
§ Students who do not attend rehearsal will not be permitted to participate in Graduation Commencement.
o Donuts from Charlie
o Brick Signing
o Buses to Elementary Schools
· Class of 2022 Graduation Commencement
§ SHS Athletic Stadium
Attention Students / Grades 9 - 11
The school counseling team at Stoneham High School is pleased to announce that we are introducing a new system called Scoir to help you and your student navigate the college selection and application process. Scoir will take the place of the system we currently use, Naviance. Naviance will be available through the month of June for students to access in order to help them transition any college or career information over to their Scoir account.
Students will receive an email invitation from Scoir next week in order to gain access to the system and in turn can send you an email invitation so that you can link to their account. As a parent or guardian, you will be able to view their profiles, see their college list, conduct your own college searches, and suggest colleges for your student to consider. Scoir also provides parents with financial tools so that you can get a better sense of the cost of attendance at various colleges during the selection process.
We are excited to be able to provide Scoir to our students and families, and we feel confident that you will find it helpful and easy to use. Please reach out to your student’s counselor if you have any questions.
~ The School Counseling Team
Attention Grade 11 / Class of 2023
We are pleased to announce that Stoneham High School is introducing a new college planning system called Scoir. We have chosen Scoir to help you navigate the college selection and application process because it is simply the best system available for discovering colleges that match your personal as well as academic interests. This system will replace our current platform, Naviance. You will have access to your Naviance account through the month of June. If you have done career assessments that you would like to keep, you should print your reports. In addition, you should transfer your college lists to Scoir, as they will not transfer over. If you have any questions, please reach out to your counselor. Attention Juniors / Class of 2023
Next week, you will receive an email invitation from Scoir to register your account, please be on the lookout for it! Once you create your account, you can:
· immediately begin using Scoir to search for and start building a list of colleges that interest you
· check out YouScience (a career and aptitude assessment)
· use Scoir to request letters of recommendation from faculty and to request the sending of academic transcripts in the fall
We are excited to be able to provide Scoir to our students and families, and we feel confident that you will find it helpful and easy to use.
The School Counseling Team
Fall Cheer Tryouts
Fall 2022-2023 Cheerleading will hold tryouts in the High school Gym starting June 6th - June 10th from 4:00pm - 6:00pm.
· Please dress appropriate for exercise, tumbling, stunting, etc…bring cheerleading sneakers and water
· Please contact the Athletic Office with any questions
Seniors: Stoneham HIgh School / Stoneham Resident Scholarship
The William A. Kirk and Nancy L. Kirk Scholarship
· Is for high school graduating seniors from Stoneham High School or Stoneham residents who attended a private or parochial school in MA or NH,
· Who seek to attend a four-year degree program at a college or university.
The scholarship provides financial support for tuition to the college or university in the form of a one-time lump sum, no less than $2,000. and no greater than $20,000.
· The application period is open from May 24, 2022 to June 6, 2022.
o Candidates will be contacted after June 10, 2022.
· Application instructions include a link to the application, which can also be found on Naviance.
· If you have any questions, reach out to your school counselor.
Advanced Placement Summer Bridge Program
Mass Insight’s 2022 AP® SUMMER BRIDGE PROGRAM
Get your students ready for AP® STEM & English courses:
· Mass Insight’s AP® Summer Bridge Program returns this August!
Mass Insight’s popular week-long program helps students build a strong foundation for their AP® courses before the school year begins! Students learn skills to help them bridge the gap between their experience in fundamental high school classes and AP-level coursework.
Courses are taught virtually by experienced AP® teachers from across the country in both morning and afternoon sessions to accommodate most students’ schedules.
Registration is FREE and open to all students from Massachusetts public and charter schools. Encourage your students to register ASAP! Registration closes July 8th!
Register before June 15th to receive a free MI AP Summer Bridge T-shirt!
Week 1 | 01 - 05 August 2022
Week 2 | 08 - 12 August 2022
Note: Mass Insight’s AP® Summer Bridge Program consists of two separate weeks of instruction.
Students may only register for up to two (2) courses per week (for a maximum of four courses).
Students will receive materials related to the course to enhance their learning experience.
Last year, over 300 students participated with an overwhelmingly positive response!
97.5% said the program was a good use of their time.
90% said they felt more prepared to succeed in AP courses because of the program.
Grade 9 - 11 end of year Final Exam Testing Schedule
6/10 - 6/15 Final Exam Testing Schedule
· Test Session 1: 8:15am - 10:05am
o Break: 10:05 - 10:25
· Test Session 2: 10:25am - 12:15pm
· Early dismissal each day of 12:15 (6/10 - 6/14)
· Students with no makeup exam on Wednesday, 6/15, are dismissed at 10:05am
A: 8:15am - 10:05am
Break: 10:05 - 10:25
B: 10:25am - 12:15pm
C: 8:15am - 10:05am
Break: 10:05 - 10:25
D: 10:25am - 12:15pm
E: 8:15am - 10:05am
Break: 10:05 - 10:25
F: 10:25am - 12:15pm
G: 8:15am - 10:05am
Break: 10:05 - 10:25
Make Up: 10:25am - 12:15pm
Pre-College Summer Programs
Many colleges and universities offer pre-college summer experiences for students who are interested in career exploration and academic enrichment. Please see the Guidance page of the high school website for more information:
· MEFA ( Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority) is offering a variety of upcoming webinars related to college planning and financing. More information and registration here:
SAT / PSAT Information
· SAT test dates at SHS
o June 4, 2022
Volunteer / Community Service / Relay For Life
Local Relay For Life Friday, June 17, 2022
More information HERE
Spartan Summer Camps / Sports Clinics