Now Hiring: Bookkeeper
We are currently seeking candidates for a full-time bookkeeping position that will serve both Saluda High School and Saluda Middle School. Job closes June 15th. Please email your resume to Principal Sarah Longshore at [email protected].
Mr. Hernandez's Class Creates Blogs for Spanish II Class

Students in Mr. Hernandez's Spanish II class designed their own blogs in order to help other students, staff members, community members and parents to understand basic Spanish concepts. Here are his picks for the top ten student blogs in his class. Check them out so that you can go through and learn some Spanish. We hope you enjoy!

-Kristine Griffith

-Kaylyn Herlong

-Matthew Perry

-Carmen Doubrava

-Bailey Chariker

-Lily Cleveland

-Reagan Fingerlin

-Zoe Horne

-Clara Lopez

-Martha Vasquez

Congratulations to Our Girls State Delegates!

Congratulations to Bailey Chariker, Kaylyn Herlong, and Rachel Porter for being chosen to attend Girls State. Alternates are Alex Addy, Reagan Fingerlin, Kris Griffith, and Kylee Howard.

Palmetto Girls State is a one-week leadership and citizenship training program, created to educate outstanding high school students about state and local government and citizenship. Girls attending Palmetto Girls State experience governmental procedure by simulating political campaigns, elections, and the political process. They also learn about the principles of citizenship and public service from guest speakers, expert panels, and staff members.

The delegates, who are rising seniors in high school, are selected for the program based on the leadership skills and involvement they have shown in their school and community. As citizens of Palmetto Girls State, the delegates are divided into groups of about 30 called “cities.” They will create local governments, devise political party platforms, and ultimately elect a Senate, a House of Representatives, and state constitutional officers.

Learn more about Girls State 2018 by visiting:

SHS Participates in 2018 Science Olympiad

For the second year in a row, a team of Saluda High School students participated in the Science Olympiad at Newberry College on March 17, 2018. They participated in ten different events and did exceptionally well in all of them. In particular, Anna Connelly and Hector Ortiz placed 4th out of 20 teams in Experimental Design! The SHS Science Olympiad Team is sponsored by Mr. Mitch Litwer.

HOSA Wins Big at HOSA Leadership Conference

Thirty-three Saluda High School HOSA students attended the 2018 SC HOSA State Leadership Conference in North Charleston on March 7-9. 
Edgar Zamorano, current 2017-18 SC HOSA State Student Officer VP, was elected the 2018-19 SC HOSA State Student Post-Secondary VP. Edgar placed 1st in his competitive event, Health Career Photography. He will attend the HOSA International Leadership Conference (ILC) June 25-July1 in Dallas, TX. Lakin Rita, received the Saluda High School 2018 Outstanding HOSA Member along with Lisa Hallman, SHS HOSA Advisor. Hector Ortiz won a gold medal for his Health Career Display presentation on Biomedical Engineer.
Congratulations Coach Wilder!

Saluda High School's Coach Jeanette Wilder has been named the SCAAA 2018 Region III-AA Athletic Director of the Year, and Saluda High School has received the Sportsmanship Award again this year!
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