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A special thank you to Mr. Ed Sutcliff for taking the amazing athletic photos!

Upcoming Events

Just For Seniors:

Blue Devil News



Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Nerd/Tacky Day Old/Young Day

Character Day

Throwback Blue Out

PowderPuff: Juniors vs. Seniors at 6:30 on Womack Field



6:30 at 

JROTC Practice field at the back circle

JV Game vs. South Effingham Pep Rally at 2:30 in Varsity Gym,
Game vs. New Hampstead at 7:30,
Crowning of homecoming queen at halftime




The following students were selected by their peers for Senior Superlatives:

Most Athletic: Cameron Harvey Da'Yona Henry
Most Talented: Ricky Connely Juliet Muldrew
Most Intelligent: Kevin Chen Neha Aggarwal
Most Spirited: Willie Scott Ashtin Johnson
Best All Around: Dari'us DeLoach Kiara Mincey
Most Southern: Cory Spann Riley Thompson
Most Respected: Todd Gilchrist Chasity McDuffie
Best Dressed: Steven Henry Yasmine Reynolds
Friendliest: Ryan Roberts Carly Harrison
Most Attractive: Dalton Ross Tyra Hall
Best to Take Home to Mom/Dad: Malik Prowell Madison Cassedy
Most Likely to be in the Olympics: Julian Harrison Iyana McKeever
Most Likely to be at Sonic: Connor McBride Rose Edenfield
Best Glo-Up: Austin Daniels Megan Braddy
Most Likely to stay in Statesboro: Bobby Durden Quashanda Huff


Also, the two students selected by the faculty:

Mr. & Miss Senior:  Cameron Harvey & Neha Aggarwal


Join us on Friday, September 30th for a 2001 State Champions Reunion!  SHS will be playing Tattnall County at 7:30 on Womack Field.  Lots of activities are scheduled.  We will also be honoring SHS alumnus Chester McBride during a halftime presentation.  Please see the attached flyer for more information.


The University of Georgia will be hosting its annual “Vet School for a Day” program on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at the University of Georgia.  This program is designed to give high school students a greater understanding about the career opportunities within the field of veterinary medicine.
The program includes:

  • A Tour of UGA’s Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital
  • Meetings with faculty from different areas within Veterinary Medicine
  • Discussions with current Veterinary Medicine students
  • Lunch with students and faculty
  • Career advice from distinguished alumni

Please forward this information on to any of your high school juniors or seniors who may be interested in Veterinary Medicine or a related field.
Space for this popular program is limited and students must be nominated by a school counselor.  There is no cost for students, but to offset the cost of food there is a small fee ($15) for each chaperone (parent, counselor, and/or teacher), payable on the day of the event. Vet School for a Day is proudly sponsored by the David Forehand Foundation, based in Atlanta.
Beginning on August 11, students can register here:
Questions? Please contact Esther Mitchell at dvmadmit@uga.edu 


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Our Vision, Mission, & Goals

The Bulloch County Board of Education will be a model of excellence in public education that puts its students first and maximizes its resources. Skilled and motivated professionals will provide high-quality service to their customers and work in accountable partnerships with all stakeholders. Be a platform for our community's vital economy and increase opportunities for our graduates in an ever-changing and competitive world.

Statesboro High School desires to be a model of excellence in public education that puts its students first and maximizes its resources. Skilled and motivated professionals will provide high-quality service, based upon research-based best practices, to our customers and work transparently in accountable partnerships with all stakeholders. We will value each other, exhibiting professionalism, respect, and appreciation, thereby creating a positive culture in which creativity, challenge, innovation, and flexibility are norms.  Through a strong commitment to excellence, exceptional work ethic, and perseverance, we will be a platform for our community's vital economy and increase opportunities for our graduates in an ever-changing and competitive world.

The mission of Statesboro High School is to prepare our students for college and career readiness in an education model that is economically valuable to our community.
We will strive to:
•    Foster intellectual and developmental skills for our students to the best of their potential.
•    Prepare our students to be productive citizens. 
•    Use strategic business planning to maximize limited resources.

•    Maximize the achievement of all students regardless of ability or socioeconomic status
•    Provide a safe teaching and learning environment
•    Strengthen the effectiveness of all employees through development and involvement
•    Enhance support for teaching and learning
•    Promote parent and community involvement, trust, and support in the governance and operations of the public schools
•    Promote lifelong learning through seamless education among educational providers and community stakeholders
•    Involve parents/guardians in students’ academic and social development.

Excellence…No Exceptions, No Excuses
Be here with positive purpose and prepared to actively contribute to the learning environment.
Be respectful of others and their property.
Be responsible and accountable for your actions.


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Attendance Office: (912) 212-8862  (912) 212-8888
Guidance Office: (912) 212-8863 (912) 212-8887
Administration Office: (912) 212-8860  (912) 212-8889

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