Wrestling Team Claims District Crown!

Congratulations to the coaches and student-athletes of the Tiger Wrestling Team on capturing the 2018 District 4 2A Duals Championship! As District champions, the Tigers will advance to the PIAA AA Team Championships which open for Southern Columbia on Thursday,February 8th with Preliminary Round act

Students Perform in District Chorus

Seven Southern Columbia students were among the Susquehanna Valley's finest singers selected to perform in the PMEA District Chorus held at at Milton High School. The 2018 PMEA District 8 Chorus, directed by Dr. Ryan Beeken of Indiana State University of Pennsylvania, capped the three-day festivities with a public concert on January 27th.

Community Group Assists Students In Need

Recently the Women's Guild of the Numidia Valley Bible Fellowship presented Southern Columbia's Food Service Director Kathy Holleran with a check for $600 to be used to clear the negative lunch balance accounts of G.C. Hartman students in need.

Student of the Month Program Introduced

Effective with the new year, High School Student Council has introduced a Student of the Month recognition program. The student of the month is selected for "displaying excellent citizenship by working together with classmates in a cooperative manner and exhibiting good behavior."  Each student must also demonstrate "exem

Grapplers Pay Tribute to Tiger Legend

On January 29th, Southern Columbia's Wrestling program honored the late Jim “Steck” Williams for his decades of service and support of the team. An ardent supporter of Southern Columbia and all area students, Mr. Williams was a fixture at local sporting events, cheering on and providing encouragement to student-athletes. "Stecky" served SCA's Wrestling program as scorekeeper for 35 years.

HART Promotes STEM Education

STEM education in the District recently received a booster thanks to the efforts of HART volunteers who sponsored a STEM Family Fun Night. The event, open to students of G. C. Hartman Elementary School and their families, provided opportunities to engage in a variety of interactive science activities, including stations on making hovercrafts, building bridges, and codemaking.

Students Accept MS Science Challenge

Inspired by Science lessons taught in Mr. Anthony Pecora's classroom, several teams of Southern Columbia Middle School students entered the Children's Museum Science Fair, earning prizes awarded to the top three projects in each grade, grades 4-8.

European Trip Planned for 2019

As has been the case for the past 12 years, Southern Columbia Area teacher Mrs. Lauren Day is organizing an overseas trip for students and adults. This trip will take place during the summer of 2019 and will feature visits to Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Its itinery can be found at this link. The 15-day tour of Europe is not exclusive to Southern students and adults meaning those enrolled in other schools or living in other school districts can attend.

Cheer Team Prepares for State Competition!

Southern Columbia's Competitive Cheer Team, coached by Kenda Roth, will be headed to Hershey's Giant Center, January 19-20, to compete in the PIAA Compeititve Spirit Championship. The squad earned the right to compete in the Small Varsity Division Championship (teams with 15 or fewer cheerleaders), after capturing that division's District IV title.

Special Features

An anonymous way for you to submit a tip to your school is now available. You do not need to share your name, phone number or anything unless you want to.  You can submit a tip three ways: online, by making a phone call, or by using the Safe2Say Something App. What types of things should you report? If it makes you uncomfortable, submit a tip.Learn More

Parents and other school community members are encouraged to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly those concerning digital learning and the use of technology to support future ready schools, by participating in the Speak Up Project for Digital Learning, facilitated by Project Tomorrow.  The annual national research project gives education stakeholders the opportunity to ensure their voice is heard not only at Southern Columbia, but at the state and national level as findings are summarized aLearn More