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The Southern Garrett High School Alumni Association is pleased to announce that anyone donating any amount to the Field House Campaign will receive a one-year membership in the Association. What does it mean to be part of SGHSAA? It means you are supporting the students through scholarships, purchases of needed equipment, and honoring them through […]
A campaign is underway to provide the last piece needed for the new Athletic-Band Complex at Southern. While public funding provided for the new field and track, and other amenities, there were no funds for the needed Field House. This important and vital structure would house rest rooms, concession, half-time and training rooms, and ticketing. […]
Congratulations go out to Southern’s Head Coach, Tom Bosley! Tom, a member of the Class of ‘71, has been chosen as Head Coach of the East All Stars in the McDonald’s All American Basketball Game, which will be held in Chicago on March 29th. The players selected for the game are made up of the 24 best players in the country. The McDonald’s All American Games, now in its forty-fifth year, is viewed as the most prestigious tournament for high school athletes.
We're pleased to announce that our 2021 Annual Review has been mail out to our members. You can download a digital copy of the report here: SMS_annualreview_Fall2021 It features our new website, the Field House Campaign, the Dansforth Recipients, an Alumni Spotlight, our Hall of Fame, and more! If you're not yet a member, contact […]
Garrett County Schools Superintendent Barbara Baker has announced the appointment of Ryan Wolf to the position of principal at Southern Garrett High School beginning with the 2020-21 school year. Wolf is the first SHS alumni to hold this position.
GaCo’s quite ambitious mission is this: for all students across the Appalachian region to emerge from elementary school STEM-Ready. That is, to give every student the opportunity to develop the necessary skills to ensure their success in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
Southern’s winter featured a three-peat state champion wrestling squad, an undefeated bowling team, and 1A Final Four berths by both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams.