Honor Grads Recognized

The Class of 2018 lived up to its reputation of being a class of high-achievers by sending thirty-one of its ninety-nine members to center stage at Commencement to be recognized as Honor Graduates. In order to attain this standing, students must complete ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade with a 95% or higher average.

Messages for Future Generations

Student artists Hannah BradleyRuss Gleeson, and Natalie Ring have created a mural that will surely make students reflect and ponder its meaning and connection to their own lives.

Popular Tournament Crowns Champion Picklers!

After months of competition, the 2018 Pickleball Tournament, culminated with the crowning of champions in three brackets, continuing a sixteen-year, student-favorite, tradition!  Beginning in March and continuing through May, this year's tourrnament attracted 175 students, competing in matches held after school, and during Activity Periods and study halls, The annual tournament sponsored by the District's Physical Edu

Register for Camp STEAM

Fri, 07/06/2018
Registration for Camp STEAM is open for all students entering grades 9 to 12.

School Mural Inspires Adventure and Love of Learning!

The finishing touches on a new High School mural is taking place in between final exams and other end-of-the-year activities. The work, the creation of students in Mrs.

Civic Groups Assist Trauma Kit Initiative

The District's Safe Schools initiative to place trauma kits throughout its schools and offices, received another much-welcomed financial boost from community members, this time through the generosity of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Catawissa Post #8306 and the Catawissa Valley

Artwork to be Featured in CSIU Gallery

Congratulations to Morgan Cole, Class of 2019, and CeCe Cook, Class of 2018, who were selected to display their artwork in galleries created by the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU). The CSIU has set aside gallery spaces in its facilities to display artwork from students in its local school districts.

Ceremonies Bring Seniors One Step Closer to Graduation!

On May 30th, the Class of 2018, celebrated the pending close of their senior year by joining together in a student-organized Baccauleureate service, followed later that evening at the District's Annual Awards program which recognizes outstanding student achievement.

More Scenes from the Senior Walk

Senior Walk Promises to become a New Tradition!

Greeted by hugs, cheers, high and low fives, and tears of joy, members of the Class of 2018, walked the halls of the District's schools, including G.C. Hartman Elememtary, where many had begun their academic careers as anxious kindergarten students thirteen years earlier.

Special Features

Southern Columbia Area High School earned lifetime status as National Blue Ribbon School in 2016, being named a National Blue Ribbon School for Exemplary High Performing School. Click the links below to read more about the school's National Blue Ribbon Schools award recognition. Learn More

An information and resource page pertaining to issues which influence the school budgeting process can be found by clicking on this link.Learn More