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South High School

Our Mission:

South High School is an innovative, student-centered, community working to guarantee student learning.

Our Vision:

The vision at South High School is to achieve a 100% graduation rate.


Photo ID Verification

Photo IDs and School Visitation-

Please remember that all visitors to LCSD #1 schools are required to have photo identification every time they visit a school. LCSD #1 schools utilize a visitor software system called RAPTOR. All visitors will need to present their state ID at the main office, have the ID scanned into RAPTOR and then wear an orange visitors lanyard. You will check out of the school the same way in the main office.



District to hold online household registration and address verification April 9-19


Families with students enrolled at Laramie County School District 1 schools will complete online household registration and address verification from April 9-19 using their Infinite Campus Portal account. 

During this time, families must bring proof of address verification to their child’s school. Acceptable forms of verification include light/gas bills, lease agreements and mortgage contracts. Water, cable and phone bills will not be accepted. 

“It is very important for parents to complete the process by April 19,” said Dr. Tracey Kinney, LCSD1 assistant superintendent of instruction. “After that time students are in danger of losing their seat at their home school or the school that they are currently attending.”

In late May, with the exception of waived students, parents/guardians who have completed registration and address verification, will receive notification of their child’s school placement for 2019–2020. 

Throughout the summer, families new to the district will complete online household registration and address verification at any of the district’s secondary schools, with the exception of Triumph. In mid-August, this process will be completed at the student’s attendance-area school. They must provide proof of address documents, a copy of the child’s (or children’s) birth certificate(s) and immunization records. 

Attendance-area schools can be found by entering the parent/guardian’s address on the district website: www.laramie1.org. Click on “District Resources,” “School Maps and Boundaries.”



South Cheer 

Won Three State Championships! 

 They won All Girl Cheer, Game Day, & Co-Ed Cheer in Casper



Registration Information

  

All registration information is available to review on South High School's website. 

 Please contact your student's guidance counselor with any questions.  

We look forward to registering your student for the 2019-2020 school year!  

Welcome to Registration 2019

Registration Schedule 2019

Infinite Campus Course Requests



                                                    Summer School Info

The LCSD1 summer school program for grades 7-12 will be held at South High School. The first session is June 13th through June 27th. The second session is June 28th through July 16th. There will be no school on Thursday, July 4th or Friday, July 5th. Students may only take one class per session. Registration will be completed at the student’s home area school prior to the last day of school. Students will meet individually with their counselors to complete the registration process.


Upcoming Events


April 25-26- State ART

May 1- Senior Celebration

May 4- Prom at LCCC 8pm

May 9- Band Concert 7pm

May 14- Choir Concert 7pm

May 20- Orchestra Concert 7pm

May 22- Senior Awards

May 24- Senior's Last Day

May 27- Memorial Day No School

June 1- Graduation 1pm

June 6- Last Day of School-Early Release 11:15


SNOW MAKE-UP DAYS


LCSD #1 observed TWO snow days on March 13th and March 14th.  This will now change the last day of school. 

The first snow day (June 5th) is “built” into the calendar (176 student contact days are scheduled - so there is one extra student contact day scheduled in the standard calendar).  If there is only one snow day, no additional changes are necessary. Upon observing a second snow day, however, then the 175th student contact day needs to “be made up.”  Hence, students must attend an additional day for more than half a day, and an early release schedule is implemented.

 

Students will make up the 175th day on Thursday, June 6, 2019.  The standard early release times and lunch options will be:  Elementary at 12:15 p.m.  -  “one choice” meal will be served and Secondary at 11: 15 a.m. – “quick, grab and go” meals will be served.


Calling In for Your Students 

Appointments or Out for the Day


When calling your student in sick or for a Blue Pass for your student to leave school for an appointment, please call at least 30 minutes before your child needs to leave the school to give time for the pass to be written and delivered to your child. To reach the attendance offices, please call the below numbers.

A-K 307-771-2446

L-Z 307-771-2448


Parent advisory

May 14th

6:00 PM - dinner provided

Come to hear about all the great things happening at South!!


           

For information on all South High activities please go to the following web site:

www.4aconference.org




We are using the SchoolWay App to keep you involved in what is going on at our school. SchoolWay is available FREE for Apple or Android devices in the app stores. Search for SchoolWay and download, then follow our school. More information may be found at www.myschoolway.com/LCSD1.


Traci Friess Scholarship Fund


Mail To:  Northwestern Mutual Investment Services

707 17th Street, #3700

Denver, CO 80202

Please make checks payable to:  Pershing LLC (Memo line:  FBO Traci Friess Scholarship Fund)

Can't think of a better way of honoring Traci then enabling her legacy to live on through the many students' lives she has touched. Thank you for all your help and prayers.


CONTACT INFO
CONTACT INFO
Phil Thompson, Principal
Royce Backman, Associate Principal
Jennifer Brownhill, Assistant Principal
Louis Sisemore, Assistant Principal

Click on Contact South on the top link above for online directions to the school.
Main Office: 307-771-2410

Heritage (A-G): 307-771-2446
Legend (H-k): 307-771-2446

Legend (L-N): 307-771-2448
Stampede (O-Z): 307-771-2448

Email: south@laramie1.org
Fax: 307-771-2420

Records: 307-771-2373 ext. 22112
Records Fax: 307-771-2459

1213 W. Allison Rd.
Cheyenne, WY 82007
South HS SchoolWay App

PRINCIPAL'S PAGE

7 days ago

Bison Boogie!




Mr. Thompson

Principal

Pict of Mr. Thompson and Tyson the Bison

What makes south special?

The South High school community is strong because we are committed to challenging and supporting each student in their educational journey.  We offer a comprehensive course of study including a broad array of Advanced Placement (AP) and Concurrent Enrollment classes, diverse elective programs including technology and the arts, and a state-of-the art school facility.

ELO (Extended Learning Opportunity)

Built into our class schedule, ELO is a time when students can meet with their teachers to get extra help on classwork or homework.

Concurrent Enrollment courses

In cooperation with Laramie County Community College (LCCC) and Sheridan College, south High School offers courses that allow for concurrent enrollment college credit.  Students who successfully complete concurrent enrollment courses earn high school credit and college credit while attending South High School. Students can also take approved dual credit courses at no charge at LCCC that will be recorded on both their high school transcript and college transcript.

Advanced placement (ap)

At South High School we understand the importance of AP classes to prepare students for college and career readiness.  We offer a rigorous course of study including many different AP classes: Studio Art 3-D, 2-D and Drawing, Spanish, English Literature & Composition, English Language, Statistics, Calculus AB & BC, Biology, Physics, Environmental Science, US History, Government & Politics, World Geography, Human Geography, Macroeconomics, World History, Psychology, and Music Theory.   Why do AP? Extensive Recognition AP is recognized by approx. 3,400 American colleges and universities, which grant credit, advanced placement, or both for AP courses and exam grades.  Colleges and universities understand the value of AP for preparing students to succeed in rigorous university courses. Access and Equity AP promotes open access to students who may excel in only one or two academic disciplines. The AP Program is designed to give all students an opportunity to challenge themselves with a rigorous academic experience.


Attendance Offices

7 days ago

Photo of a buffalo                
Heritage Office (A-G)

Principal: Louis Sisemore

(307) 771-2446


Photo of a white buffalo


Legend Office (H-N)

Principal: Royce Backman

(307) 771-2447


Photo of a buffalo stampede


Stampede Office (O-Z)

Principal: Jen Brownhill

(307) 771-2448




SHS Yearbook

7 days ago

Yearbook sales - click here to buy a yearbook


Yearbook photos - click here to add photos to the yearbook


Click to upload your senior photo


DEADLINE: Dec. 7, 2018