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2023-2024 Information

Second Quarter Information

Calendar & Event Information   

  • November 20-24- Fall Break (No School)
  • November 27- Classes Resume
  • December 7- Save Our Students Act (more info below)
  • December 7- SHS Strings Concert 7:00pm (Auditorium)
  • December 7- Pulse Meeting 8:30
  • December 12- SHS Band Concert 7:00pm (Auditorium)
  • December 13- SHS Choir Concert 7:00pm (Auditorium)
  • December 15, 18-20- SHS First Semester Exams
  • December 20- End of 2nd Quarter/First Semester
  • December 21-January 2- Winter Break
  • January 3- Teacher Work Day (No Students)
  • January 4- Classes Resume

Announcements for Students

Counseling Office:

CCP Scheduling Information - Semester 2:

Scheduling for 2nd semester CCP classes is open! Students should be logging onto their college accounts and scheduling their Spring semester classes now, before classes close.

Notable dates for colleges to begin allowing CCP students to schedule:

Sinclair Community College - Monday, October 30

Miami University Regionals - Wednesday, November 1


The high school counseling office is partnering with SchooLinks this year for seniors' college applications. SchooLinks replaces Naviance which was used previously for fulfilling transcript requests, letters of recommendation, and housed scholarship information. SchooLinks will now be used to fulfill all of these requests, view scholarship information and more! SHS counselors presented this information to the Class of 2024 on Monday, August 28. Click here to access the SHS Counseling Department's new SchooLinks webpage, which contains the slide presentation and video tutorials regarding all things SchooLinks! 

Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership:

The HOBY State Leadership Seminar is a nationally recognized leadership program for current Sophomore students.  Students take part in exercises designed to be self-reflective, better themselves and others through community involvement and connect with other high school students throughout the state of Ohio. Students will meet state leaders and discover how personal, group, and societal leadership can lead to societal change. This year, the Western Ohio HOBY conference is scheduled for JUNE 6-9 at OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY in Ada, Ohio. Students interested in being selected and representing SHS must be available during that time frame. To be considered for the nomination, students must submit an essay, typed, to the guidance office answering the question, “What does leadership mean to you?” Responses should be limited to 200 words or less. Please see your English teacher or Mr. Wilhite for more information. Essays are due by December 1.

Advisory (Homeroom) Schedule for Early Release Days:?

For the first time, SHS will be having monthly advisory periods (homeroom) for the 2023-2024 school year. Advisories will be held on Early Release Days each month. The next advisory period will be Wednesday, December 13th.  For the first semester advisories, SHS counselors will assign activities for students to complete in SchooLinks, which is our college and career portal (new this year and replaced Naviance).

With this being a trial period for our advisory, there could be some changes to this as we move through the year. We are very excited about the impact this will have on our students, and we appreciate your support and patience as we trial our advisory period.

Schedule for Advisory (Homeroom) is below:

Period 1- 7:30-8:08

Period 2- 8:13-8:51

Advisory (Homeroom)- 8:56-9:20

Period 3- 9:25-10:03

Period 4- 10:08-10:33

Period 5- 10:38-10:46

Period 6- 10:51-11:16

Period 7- 11:21-11:29

Period 8- 11:34-11:59

Period 9- 12:04-12:42

Period 10- 12:47-1:25

Please note: All WCCC and CCP students will follow their normal daily schedule (arrival and leave times) just as they do on an early release day.

Senior Picture Information:

Below is the link for senior picture information for the yearbook. Please take a few minutes to read and contact Jen Cooper if you have any questions.

Senior Picture Information

Yearbook Information:

The link to order the 2023-2024 yearbook is below. The deadline is May 2024. Extras are not ordered.

Announcements for Parents 


Parents Understanding, Listening, Speaking & Encouraging

We are excited to bring back and start our PULSE meetings! Each month, SHS parents/guardians are welcome to come to Springboro High School for open conversations with SHS administrators, counselors, and staff. The PULSE Meeting times are 8:30-9:30 and dates for first semester are below:

December 7

Sandy Hook Promise:

The State of Ohio has implemented two new laws to support our students and place emphasis on the importance of emotional and physical safety of students and staff. To create safe and supportive learning environments in Springboro Schools, we will be focusing on Erin’s Law and House Bill 123 (Safety and Violence Education (SAVE Our Students Act) throughout the course of the 2023-2024 year and beyond. 

Springboro Intermediate, Springboro Junior High School and Springboro High School students and staff will be focusing on HB123 through the Sandy Hook Promise. Please see more about Sandy Hook Promise below:


Sandy Hook Promise is a national nonprofit organization led by several family members who lost loved ones at the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on December 14, 2012. Our sole purpose is to prevent gun violence so that no other parent experiences the senseless, horrific, and preventable loss of their child.


Sandy Hook Promise prevents gun violence by teaching adults and youth how to recognize the signs and signals of individuals who may be at-risk of hurting themselves or others, and how to intervene to get them help. We train youth and adults, at no cost, in four evidence-based “Know the Signs” programs. For more information on Sandy Hook Promise, please visit:

Under HB123, students in grades 6-12 are required to receive one hour of instruction in social inclusion, one hour of instruction in violence prevention and one hour of instruction in suicide prevention per school year. These topics are crucial for fostering a safe and supportive learning environment, promoting positive relationships among students and equipping them with the knowledge and skills to navigate challenges they will face throughout their lives.  

The first lesson, addressing social inclusion, will be on December 7th, 2023. Future dates and topics will be provided in your school’s Principal’s Update.

We recognize parents play a vital role in their child’s education and we value your partnership. We believe that working together with families creates the most supportive environment for our students. However, we understand families may have different comfort levels with this subject matter. If you do not wish for your child to participate in these lessons, please click Here. If you have further questions, please contact Andrea Cook at [email protected].

Families of SHS Needs Your Support:

Our top current goals are to stock snacks once a month and to keep coffee/tea stocked in the Teacher/Staff Lounge and to give 3 boxes of tissues to all teachers.

The two easiest ways to help us out is by donating items off our Amazon Wish List or making a donation through our website!

Amazon Wishlist:

Online Donation:

You can also:

-Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @familiesofshs !

-Email us at: [email protected]

-If you are interested in getting involved, please fill out:

Back-to-School: Registration Gateway:

The Back-to-School Registration Gateway has been updated for the 2023-2024 school year annual forms collection, and is now open to the public. This offers parents the opportunity each year to review the information that the school has on file for your student(s), and to electronically sign all the required annual forms. If you are already registered, you do not need to re-register. This is simply to review the information we currently have on file and then sign this school year’s annual forms.

Please make note of the following when logging into Registration Gateway -

1. The Family Review functionality has been activated. Parents/Guardians will login by youngest child to update ALL students in the family. 

Parents will login to Registration Gateway with their youngest child's information: 

Username - Youngest Student ID 

Password - Date of Birth (MMDDYYYY)*

*8-Digit Birthdate, No Dashes/Slashes/Spaces, Only Numbers


Current Student Registration:

NOTE - Not Completing This Online Verification May Keep Your Student From Attending Any Field Trips During the School Year

The District required this information to be completed by September 29, 2023. Address changes cannot be updated in the Current Student Registration Gateway. If you have an address change, please contact your student’s building secretary.


We want to provide ample time to everyone to complete the necessary student registration information. If you have any questions regarding this online process, please contact the Registration Office at 937-748-6003.


Additional information about Registration and how to get started can be found on our website -

Nurse/Health Update:

This update includes student health information and access to district forms that will need to be completed for your student. Please review additional information regarding Emergency Medical Plans should this be necessary for your child at the below link:

Parent Health Update