Click on the link to view the information on Community Day.


Need to know what is happening in the next couple of months? Click on the links to see the End of Year information.

April

May

June


For information about the Program of Studies for 2016-2017, view the link.

Missed the 2015 Scheduling?  Click on the link to see what was talked about.


Northampton Community College Night Information




The Mountaineer, Stroudsburg High School's newspaper, has created an online edition.  Click here to read the news from SHS.

Mountaineer


Click on the link to order Year Book Forms and the name plate mark option instead of ordering on-line.



Need Math Help?????

Click on the link for the Math Lab.

Upcoming School Events

AP Exams
05/02/2016
AP Exams
05/03/2016
AP Exams
05/04/2016
AP Exams
05/05/2016
AP Exams
05/06/2016

Sports News

Congratulations to Jake Jakobsen on being Stroudsburg's first State Champion in wrestling.


Good Luck to Spring Sports

Click on the link for the times and dates for Fall Sport Physicals for the 2016-2017.

Click on the link to view the Sports Schedules.

Click on the link to view today's Athletic Schedules.

Click on the link to view the Activity Bus Stops.


**NEW**

 The following link will direct you to the required PIAA Physical form.

On the PIAA Physical form, you only need to print the first 6 pages out.

High School Office Hours

Hours are:


Students Day (7:15 A.M. - 2:20 P.M.)

Teachers Day (7:00-2:30)

Office (7:00-3:00)

Welcome to SHS

Academic excellence has always been associated with Stroudsburg High School, whether it be the demands placed on students, the course offerings, or the methodologies with which those courses have been taught.  Parents and students may choose from Advanced Placement, Honors, College Preparatory, Applied, Career and Technical, and Remedial Programs. 

Along with continued progress in academics, our co-curricular programs have woven themselves into the fabric of the school community. We at Stroudsburg believe in tradition and that participation in co-curricular activities is vital to the experience of a high school student.   Students at Stroudsburg High School can don the maroon and white in twenty-one PIAA approved varsity sports, along with numerous co-curricular activities which meet the interests of every student.  We believe in the importance of such activities, not only to promote school spirit and wellness, but also in their correlation to academic success.  Stroudsburg has become synonymous with traditions such as Moving Up Day, an exceptional music department, and the award winning and nationally recognized “Pioneer” yearbook, FBLA, Science Olympiad, and TSA. 

SHS provides a positive learning environment in which academics are the focus.  In an effort to maintain that focus and in an effort to create a safe learning environment, which is free from distractions and intimidation, Stroudsburg High School has adopted a “Standardized Dress Policy, to allow equal treatment of all students within the school.  We are committed to the idea that all students can learn and succeed in an atmosphere that is challenging, nurturing, and safe.  In addition, in order to remain proactive in school safety, Stroudsburg High School has welcomed the addition of a School Resource Office to the staff in 2007, as well as re-hauling our School Safety Department, which includes 21 Officers, 12 of which are dedicated to the high school.

 

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