Susquehannock Ranks High Locally, Nationally

This will be taking place from May 25 to June 1 so that they can also honor those who plan to serve during graduation.
Photo Courtesy of Susquehannock High school Class of 2012

September 20, 2020

Susquehannock high school has something to be proud of. According to the US News and World Report in its "Best High Schools" in America listings this past week, Susquehannock ranked well against the competition. The site's data also listed Suquehannock 83 out of 754 high schools ranked in Pe...

SHS Library Extends Services

Library books are placed on shelves for the 2013-2014 school year.

September 1, 2020

The library is open and ready for you to check out books. Students are not able to visit the library at this time,  but  they can still sign out books electronically- up to ten at a time. The library will then clean, bag,  and hand deliver your choices to you in class. Librarian Kayse Corrieri ...

Class of 2020 Finally Walks Across Stage

Class of 2020 Finally Walks Across Stage

August 11, 2020

The Class of 2020 finally got to have their Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, August 8 at the stadium field. In order to comply with COVID-19 protocols the school hosted two different ceremonies. Half of the graduating class was able to walk at a 9 a.m. ceremony with the other half participating in...

School Board Votes for No Tax Increase

Superintendent Dr. Sandra Lemmon thanking Southern York county staff during board meeting. Screenshot by Kai Fleming.

By Kai Fleming, Reporter

May 28, 2020

The 2020-2021 school year does not include a tax increase thanks to Southern York County staff for participating in a voluntary wage freeze. Originally in the November 2019 meeting, the board had proposed a tax increase within the index; by December 2019, the board agreed on an increase of 3.2 pe...

Local Businesses Evolve During Pandemic

Local Businesses Evolve During Pandemic

By Ian Davis, Reporter

May 21, 2020

Unprecedented times calls for unprecedented measures. Many local businesses are having issues with the pandemic because they cannot get the staff or customers into their business. Many businesses have enacted different solutions to combat this problem. Amber Brose, employee at Rita’s, explain...

York County Moves to Yellow Phase of Reopening Stages

This is the most recent map of the counties' schedule to reopen. Screenshot via NBC Philadelphia

By KC O'Neill, Reporter

May 21, 2020

Governor Wolf announced that York and 11 other counties will move to the yellow phase on Friday, May 22. According to Tom Wolf, “the administration will utilize a three-phase matrix to determine when counties and/or regions are ready to begin easing some restrictions on work, congregate settings,...

Students Release New Edition of Literary Magazine

Students submitted artwork to be showcased in the Literary Magazine. Screenshot via Issuu

By KC O'Neill, Reporter

May 14, 2020

"Perspectives," this year’s literary magazine edition, showcases different pieces of art, photography and writing made by students. Students were able to present their perspectives to the community through the magazine. Literary Magazine President and Editor-in-Chief Alexandra Marusko se...

AP Exams Are Here

AP Exams Are Here

By Blake Ramey

May 12, 2020

AP testing season can be extremely tough for many, especially during times like these. However, there are still many ways that you can study despite not having access to traditional school instruction. You can go to CollegeBoard and use the many different study guides and study tips on the website.  ...

Students Prep for AP Exam Changes

This is the question all AP exam takers were asking a few weeks ago.
Image Courtesy of @collegeboard via Twitter

By Blake Ramey

April 24, 2020

Because of Covid-19, this year's AP Exams will be taken at home, and the exam format will be simplified. Get details and learn about the benefits of taking exams here: — The College Board (@CollegeBoard) April 22, 2020 Traditional face-to-face Advanced Placement (AP) exam administrations will be repl...

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