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Savannah Early College Student Named a Horatio Alger State Scholar

James Thompson will receive a $10,000 scholarship to be used in pursuit of a bachelors degree and have access to the full range of Horatio Alger Association support services.

A Step By Step Guide to 2022 SCCPSS Graduation Day!

All the information you should need to enjoy the day!

Savannah Early College Summer Reading 2022

All SECHS students taking an English course in the fall OR spring of the 2022-23 school year are REQUIRED to participate in summer reading!!!!

2022 SCCPSS Graduation Programs

Graduation Programs Accessible by QR Code

Summer Law Camp Application

The Savannah 100 Foundation’s Court’s in Session Summer Law Camp introduces Savannah area high school and college students to the legal profession

Class of 2022 Distinguished Graduates Honored in First Ever District Recognition Ceremony

Each of the Distinguished Graduates attending the invitation only ceremony and reception received an award representing the honor.

Five SCCPSS Students Chosen as Governor’s Honors Program Finalists or Alternates

The Georgia Governor's Honors Program (GHP) is a residential summer program for gifted and talented high school students.

USG Waives Test Scores for Fall 2022

The University System of Georgia (USG) will temporarily waive test score requirements for Fall 2022 admission at 23 of the 26 USG institutions effective March 18, 2022.

Kiwanis Club announces 2022 STAR Students and Teachers

STAR Students and Teachers Honored at Luncheon

Savannah FAFSA Drive In To Your Future

FAFSA support from a team of Financial Aid experts

SCCPSS To Host Promoting Peace 2022 Virtually

Speakers to give testimony to students

SECHS COVID-19 Notification Form

Please fill out this form for COVID-19 exposure or if your child is feeling sick.

Senior Family Night (Orientation)

Important Information for Seniors!

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