The May 15th deadline for returning families to apply for tuition assistance has come and gone. There are limited funds which are now available to new and returning students. These will be awarded based on need and timeliness. Please note that last year’s tuition agreements do not automatically role over; you must reapply.
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School Supply List- Agenda or planner to keep track of homework assignments Backpack Binder dividers 1 binder per subject 1 folder per subject for handouts Calculator, if allowed 2 highlighters in different colors 1 pack of No. 2 pencils (12-count) Loose-leaf paper (college-ruled or wide- ruled) 2 packages of 1/4-inch graph paper Pens Ruler 1 […]
College Signing Day Alert! Today Grant Crocker signed to attend Webster University this fall to major in Script-writing and minor in Film, Television, and Video Production. We wish him the best of luck and God’s Blessings on his future!
Catherine Mell signed today to play basketball for Missouri Baptist University. She is our first student to receive an athletic scholarship. Another moment in SPLHS history! #ComeGrowWithUs
Chloe Propst has been chosen as one of five FFA students from the Southeast District to attend the 2017 Missouri Agribusiness Academy. Members were selected for their combined interview and written application scores. The 2017 MABA class will tour agribusinesses, explore educational opportunities and meet with agricultural leaders in Kansas City. The students will end […]
Congrats to Eathan, Annie and Cody! (pictured here, left to right with their teacher, Todd Varhalla). Mr. Varhalla’s American History class traveled to Southeast Missouri State University for the National History Day in Missouri Region 9 Contest. Our students’ performance in this contest won 3rd place, which sends them to advance to the state National History Day […]