Principal's Message 6/12/22

Last Day of School 6/15/22

Last Day of School 6/15/22

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I hope you have had an enjoyable weekend and just want to say they will get a whole lot better starting with the next one.  We are almost there!  Just five more testing periods and the 2021-2022 school year will come to an end this Wednesday.  Just a few more days of focus and school business.  You got this Spartans!

Thank you, parents and guardians, for all your support this past school year.  Throughout the continued challenges of the pandemic our students were provided a positive and supportive learning environment and a wide complement of extracurricular activities and athletic opportunities.  It is with your continued involvement, participation and support of the educational process at Stoneham High School that continues our success.  Thank you and have a wonderful Summer.

Students, thank you for all your efforts this past year. It is you who has faced perhaps the greatest challenges in the learning process, but have continued to rise to the occasion.  It is in these moments of challenge, of stepping up, of working through moments that seem impossible that we grow the most.  Thank you for stepping up in your education and for making the 2021-2022 school year so successful in the classroom, on the stage and on the field.

End of year business includes returning school property.  Students should return all course books to their classroom teachers, any borrowed books to the library and their chromebook and charger to the Technology Office before leaving school on Wednesday, June 15.

Here’s to a positive and successful remaining day 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 Handbook Here


Daily Bulletin 


o    6/13/2022



o    6/10/2022

o    6/9/2022

o    6/8/2022

o    6/7/2022

o    6/6/2022


5 Day Schedule HERE


Updated 2021-2022 SHS School Year Calendar HERE


SHS Web Page   






Save the Date

June 13 - 15: Final exams; early dismissal 12:15pm

June 15:  Last day of school; Early dismissal 10:05am / 12:15am

Junior Book Awards

Each year the faculty and administration at Stoneham High School recognizes  juniors for their outstanding academic achievement and their potential, and their persistence in the face of adversity.  Congratulations to our 2021-2022 awards recipients!


THE STONEHAM HIGH SCHOOL BOOK AWARD is awarded annually to honor two students who, through perseverance, have fulfilled the core values of our school. They demonstrate commitment to community, integrity, responsibility, and curiosity. This year the recipients of the Stoneham High School book awards are Luca Mele and Madison Surrette


THE HARVARD BOOK  Each year, the Harvard Book is awarded to a student who exemplifies excellence in scholarship and high character combined. This student is honored for both their academic and leadership potential. This year the Harvard Book is awarded to Jessica Hom


THE YALE UNIVERSITY BOOK is given annually to recognize a student who exhibits outstanding personal character and intellectual promise. This year the Yale University Book Award is presented to Sydney Vallone


THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE BOOK is given annually to a junior in the Top 10% of the class who has an outstanding combined academic average in three college prep subjects and who exhibits outstanding leadership in school activities and/or service to the community. This year the Dartmouth College Book is given to Natalie Minsk


RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE MEDAL is given annually to a student who is ranked within the top 10% of the class, demonstrates potential for success in a challenging academic setting, excels in advanced math and science courses and exhibits significant involvement in extracurricular activities. This Rensselaer medal carries with it a $30,000 yearly scholarship if the recipient attends Rensselaer. This year the Rensselaer medal is awarded to Katherine Nial


THE SAINT MICHAEL’S COLLEGE BOOK AWARDS  are given annually to recognize two students who attain mostly A's and B's in honors and AP classes, are in National Honor Society,  and who show a sustained and sincere commitment to community service, issues of peace and justice and concern for others. This year, the Saint Michael’s Book Awards are given to Jason Brown and Kara Lin


THE SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD is given annually to a junior of sound character who exemplifies a commitment to their education and to their school and community. This year, the Suffolk Book Award is given to Jillian Spinalli.


THE SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD is given each year to a junior who has achieved a strong GPA throughout the first three years of high school and who has demonstrated a commitment to the community through work, volunteerism, family/peer commitment, and or civic engagement.  This year the Salem State University Book Award is given to Avyln Kilty.


LASELL UNIVERSITY is given annually to a high school junior with a strong GPA, who is an active participant in extracurricular activities, and who may have an interest in attending Lasell. This year the Lasell Book Award is presented to Yves Maurer.



Book Awards 2022


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


Monday, 6/13

C:  8:15am - 10:05am 

Break:  10:05 - 10:25

D: 10:25am - 12:15pm

Dismissal: 12:15pm


Tuesday, 6/14

E: 8:15am - 10:05am

Break:  10:05 - 10:25

F: 10:25am - 12:15pm


Wednesday, 6/15

G: 8:15am - 10:05am

Break:  10:05 - 10:25

Make Up: 10:25am - 12:15pm 

Summer Reading Access

What is SORA?

Sora is an extension of the Stoneham High School physical library, only it’s in an app with 24/7 access to ebooks and audiobooks. It’s convenient for students to check out titles at home, on the weekends or during school breaks with no worry about misplacing a book or running up late fees – these digital titles automatically return at the end of the lending period!

How can I access Sora? 

1. Sora can be accessed from just about any device with a browser with Internet connection

2.Download the free Sora app from the Apple App story, Google Play Store or visit , find our school in the drop-down menu 

3.                    Sign in with your school  Google username  AND PASSWORD. 

4.                    Enjoy anytime, anywhere on a computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Sora Help: 

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


Register Now!

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.

Counselor’s Corner

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:

Volunteer / Community Service / Relay For Life

Local Relay For Life Friday, June 17, 2022

More information HERE

Spartan Summer Camps / Sports Clinics

Spartan Summer Camps