Sheridan High School
At Sheridan High School, we match the District in placing our true focus on meeting the individual needs of each student required to prepare them for success. Our mission is to provide every student the skills, attitude and knowledge for success. Through this mission, we strive to see our students become independent, productive members of society.
We believe our broad array of curricular offerings, our willingness to embrace accountability, our academic collaboration through professional learning communities, the employment of common formative and summative assessments in all subject areas, and the high degree of rigor and expectations will help all our students reach their highest potential, and we’re proud to say our test scores show it’s working.
Part of engaging students and meeting their needs is to provide opportunities for enrichment, whether that is academic enrichment through special programs, pursuing a sport through our athletics programs, or becoming involved in one of our many other extracurricular activities.
Sheridan High School News
SHS Baroque Orchestra Hosts Final Concert at Junior High
The Sheridan High School Baroque Orchestra hosted a final concert of the year on Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at the Sheridan Junior High School Auditorium. The Orchestra, under the direction of Razmick Sarkissian, performed: Symphony No. 5 Finale by Ludwig V. Beethoven; arranged by Charles Woodhouse Girl With the Flaxen Hair by Claude Debussy; arranged by Deborah Monday St. Paul’s Continue Reading
“POPS” Band Concert Features Movie Scores, Percussion
The Sheridan High School “Pops” Band Concert on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 featured a variety of popular movie scores, as well as a showcase of students performing on the Marimba. The evening’s program included performances by the percussion section, the SHS Beginning Band and the SHS Symphonic Band, under the direction of Diane Knutson.
SHS Symphony Orchestra Performs Final Concert
On Sunday, May 18, 2014 the Sheridan High School Orchestra hosted their final concert of the year under the direction of Razmick Sarkissian. The Chamber Orchestra performed pieces by Giovanni Battista Viotti, Karl Stamitz, Andrew Lloyd Weber, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Symphony Orchestra closed out the evening with Capriccio Italien by Peter Ilitch Tschaikowsky.