1 Tartan Way
Scotia, NY 12302
347-3600 EXT. 61101
Peter J. Bednarek, Principal
Thomas W. Fyvie,
Jamian P. Rockhill,
Dean of Students
7:38 a.m. to 2:29 p.m.
Dignity for All Students Act coordinators: Peter Bednarek and Thomas Fyvie
SHOW YOUR TARTAN PRIDE!
S-G student Tyler Kearney part of team that places second at regional automotive competition
ALBANY -- A pair of Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical Education Center (CTE) automotive students placed second in a regional automotive competition recently.
The team, Tyler Kearney of the Scotia-Glenville Central School District and Alex Wright of Bethlehem, placed second in the 2015 Eastern New York Coalition of Automotive Retailers Inc. (ENYCAR) Regional Automotive Technology Competition at Hudson Valley Community College on Jan. 16. [read MORE]
The annual NYS PTA Reflections Contest is
open for entries. The theme this year is "The World Would Be
a Better Place If..."
Students are encouraged to respond to that theme through art, dance, film, literature and music.
Whether it's creating a prosthetic (artificial) leg for an avid skier, designing a smoother sailing snowboard or growing a new human kidney, engineers are at the center of the research going on to make our lives easier.
Scotia-Glenville students today learned about
the potential of engineering to solve common problems being faced
by the human race every day during visits by the RPI Engineering
Ambassadors. In each class, they did hands-on projects working in
teams designed to get students thinking about a particular issue.
The Scotia-Glenville Athletic Hall of Fame inducted four new members during a 5 p.m. ceremony at the Glen Sanders Mansion today - Friday, Sept. 12.
The three former athletes and one coach - nominated by their teammates, players and coaches - were then be recognized during the half-time of the home football game against Gloversville with a plaque and other recognitions. [read MORE]
September 4, 2014
Check out some pictures from Opening Day, 2014 [read MORE]
More than a quarter of the 176 graduates in the Class of 2014 who walked across the stage at Proctor's Theater today had a four-year cumulative average of 90 percent or higher.
To be precise, 45 students (25.6 percent) had a 90 percent or higher average for their high school careers.
Today's was Scotia-Glenville's 106th commencement ceremony.
The Class of 2014, while among the smallest S-G graduating classes in recent memory, had a large number of students who excelled. Seniors walked away with thousands of dollars in scholarships and awards at the May 30 Senior Awards assembly. [read MORE]
Many awards and scholarships were announced this morning during the senior awards assembly. As well, the 12 Scholastic Medal recipients in the class of 2014 were also named. [read MORE]
Bob Holmes is a man with a mission: to save one teenager's life.
"That's why I live in a gym," Holmes, who has been spreading his message for 27 years, told grade 8 students today. "If I can play volleyball until I'm 85 years old and can't walk any more, then I'll keep going Last year, 300,000 teenagers tried to kill themselves - that is more than died in the Iraq war. If I can save one of those lives, it is worth my efforts. A life is worth fighting for."
Holmes brought his One-Man Volleyball Game to the students at the Middle School in the morning and to physical education classes at the high school in the afternoon. He was also planning a 7 p.m. appearance at the high school for the community. [read MORE]
Congratulations to the 49 newest members of the HS National Honor Society
April 9, 2014
Forty-nine S-G High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society tonight during a ceremony at the school with their families and friends.
The honor culminates years of work and achievements by the students, all of whom are juniors. The students needed to prove achievement in the areas of scholarship, leadershpi, service and character. [MORE]
A big basketball thank you is set for Sunday, April 6 at the high school gym
Parents of the NYS champion varsity boys basketball team will host a community thank you reception from 5 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, April 6, in the new high school gym.
The boys requested this be a community mixer to thank the community, Tartan Youth Basketball fans, cheerleaders, Pep Band, Dog Pound, alumni, neighbors and businesses for their support during the winning season.
Check out this video:
It's easy to show your Tartan Pride!
Showing your pride in Scotia-Glenville and the Tartans is easier than ever!
The High School Parent-Teacher-Student Association is selling an exciting and exclusive line of Tartanwear, including blankets, hooded sweatshirts, mugs, pants and lanyards. Proceeds will support a variety of PTSA programs at the high school, including the After Prom.
Download the order form by clicking here or on the image above (PDF). The forms should be completed and returned with payment to the PTSA's attention at the high school main office.
Check out photos here - [MORE]
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