Sheridan Junior High School
At Sheridan Junior High School (SJHS), we value growth, achievement and citizenship through a supportive environment. These values lie at the heart of everything we do, and guide our fundamental purpose: to ensure that every one of our students learn.
Having strong values and purpose gives clarity and direction to SJHS, while allowing us to set new year-to-year goals based on student needs and past performance in academics, assessment and other areas of student support.
SJHS is proud of our programming and outstanding community/parent involvement. Support for students begins at the classroom level with teachers providing individual guidance for students requiring additional help, and expands to school-wide programs such as tutoring, responsibility interventions and a variety of special education services. Fostering parent communication is always an improvement goal, and our teachers make frequent contact with parents to grow our communication and engagement.
Sheridan Junior High News
SJHS Back to School Information
Coming up in August Sheridan Junior High School will be hosting new student registration on August 11-12, followed shortly after by 8th Grade Orientation (8/13), 7th Grade Orientation (8/14) and 6th Grade Orientation (8/15). Please click “Read More” for additional information on times and locations, as well as school supply lists.
Sheridan Junior High School Welcomes New Principal
Sheridan Junior High School is pleased to announce that Brad Gregorich has been hired as an assistant principal for the 2014-2015 school year. Mr. Gregorich has been with Sheridan County School District #2 for five years as a fourth grade teacher at Henry A. Coffeen Elementary School. During his administrative internship, Mr. Gregorich had the opportunity to work the students and staff Continue Reading
Sheridan Junior High Hosts Destination Imagination State Tournament
Sheridan Junior High School recently hosted the 2014 Destination Imagination State Tournament, bringing together students from more than 20 Wyoming schools. Of the more than 325 students competing, 16 teams were made up of students from the Sheridan area.