South Burlington High School

Building a Proud Tradition

Return to Headlines

Daily Announcements

  • Talent Night tickets are on sale in the lobby during all lunches.
  • Tech Center applications are due in Guidance by 3/9 for CTE & 3/16 for BTC.
  • Last call for seniors to see Mrs. Nerber in the Main Office to get their Cap & Gown ordered! Those seniors who do not order one will have one ordered for them, by us guessing at your height and weight!!!
  • Do you know where your library books are? If they are overdue, they should be on the way back to the library!  After break, bills are going out to parents & will include a service charge of $2 for each book, as well as the cost of the book.   If you still need them, you may come in & renew them.
  • The UVM Science Dept. is starting a “Girls Who Code” club. The goal of Girls Who Code is to introduce 6th-12th grade girls to programming to help shrink the gender gap in Computer Science & STEM fields in general. This club will take place on Saturdays 10am-12pm on the UVM campus starting March 4 running for 10 weeks & is free of charge. Please contact for more info.
  • For girls entering 9th & 10th grades in the fall of 2017 – Rosie’s Girls STEM Leadership Camp, @ Vermont Tech, Randolph Center Campus, 6/19-6/23 or 7/10-7/14.  Modeled after Rosie’s Girls Day Camps by Vermont Works for Women, these residential camps help build strong, powerful confident young women through hands-on exploration of STEM programs & skilled trades. Program offerings may include: Computer Information Technology; Civil/Environmental & Architectural Engineering Technology; Construction Management; Science, Agriculture, Welding; Fire Science; Mechanical & Advanced Manufacturing Engineering, plus loads of activities, arts, career exploration, & more!!  Low cost - some scholarships.Learn more and apply online through Vermont Technical College. Applications accepted through 4/12.