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What's Great about Scottsbluff High School?

  • Effective Teaching and Learning

    Scottsbluff High School prides itself in a comprehensive educational program that prepares students for post-secondary success.

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  • Engaging and Nurturing Environment

    Scottsbluff High School has several components that will create an engaging and nurturing environment for students including All Children Experience Success (ACES), Positive Behavior Supports (PBiS), Social-Emotional Curriculum, Standard Response Protocol, and a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner counselor/therapist.

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  • Wall to Wall Career Academies

    At Scottsbluff High School, it is our goal to provide highly skilled students that can transition seamlessly from high school to college, tech school, the military, or the workforce with certification needed to meet community and industry demands.

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  • TIPS Hotline

Local Job Opportunities for Students

  • Department of Labor

Watch This Video About Career Academies Created by SHS Junior Ben Vidlak


  • The new Scottsbluff High School Parent Advisory Committee is looking for your help to show the community's gratitude to our wonderful teachers and staff. We welcome new members at our next meeting, Monday, April 23rd at 4 pm in the conference room at SHS.

    In addition, we are needing donations and volunteers as we provide a Taco Bar for 130 SHS Teachers and Staff at Parent-teacher conferences Monday March 26th. The teachers are unable to get away for a meal so offering this on-site will be much appreciated.

    2 volunteers for set-up and refilling from 3-5pm
    2 volunteers for clean-up and refilling from 5-7pm

    Donations of the following:

    14- 3 pounds cooked, taco seasoned hamburger
    2- 1 gallon cans of refried beans
    2- 1 gallon jugs of salsa
    12- heads of lettuce, shredded
    6 -2 pounds bags of shredded Mexican cheese
    3- 3 pounds of tomatoes, diced
    3- 3 pounds of onions, diced
    8-1 pound containers of sour cream
    1- 150 napkins
    1-150 plastic forks
    1-150 disposable cups
    20- dozen finger desserts

    Monetary donations are welcome. We'll need this for nacho cheese, nacho boats, and tortilla chips.
    Please email Wendy at or Mary at regarding what items you can donate. All items can be dropped off at the office at SHS Friday, March 23rd or Monday, March 26th by 3 pm. Please let us know by Friday, March 23rd what you can donate so we know what to still shop for. We greatly appreciate your support.
    Thank you, SHS Parent Advisory Committee

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  • A letter from Principal Mike Halley regarding demonstrations was read to all students on March 7, 2018.  A copy is available here.

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  • Immunization Clinic

    Attention College bound juniors and seniors. The SHS Health Office in conjunction with Community Health will hold an immunization clinic March 26th during Parent/Teacher Conferences.  Colleges may require additional immunizations such as meningitis to attend college or live in the dorms.  The CDC also recommends the HPV vaccine, seasonal flu vaccine and tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis.  Contact the Health Office at 635-6247 to schedule an appointment.

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  • Click Here to read the letter from Superintendent Rick Myles dated 2/16/2018 regarding Safety and Security

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  • Congratulations to the Students who made the First Semester Honor Roll! 

    Semester 1 Honor Roll

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  • WNCC Shuttle Schedule - For Students taking courses on the WNCC Campus


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  • Contact the Counseling Office for Records/Transcripts/Verifications

    Fax a written request to 308-635-6479.  For questions contact Mrs. Dixon or Mrs. Figg at 308-635-6245.  A $5.00 fee may apply. 

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