Stanley High School fosters a caring and nurturing atmosphere which provides educational opportunities that enable confident learners to succeed in academics and in life
Newest National School Investigator
A SHS student recently received an award from Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle for his work investigating school incidents. Jude received a badge and certificate naming him the newest National School Investigator
State Representative Richard Burford Visits Stanley High School
SHS Second Graders Visit Safety Town
School Has Begun
We have successfully completed our first month of school. The teachers are working their hardest to provide the quality education that your student deserves. We hope that this will be the best year ever!
SHS Students are National Finalists
Congratulations to Zach T. and Dylan W. on becoming national finalists in the National FFA Organization's Agriscience fair. They were among the top 14 groups in the nation and will compete at the National FFA Convention in Louisiville October 29. Good luck young men.
Dress Code Changes
DRESS CODE: khaki pants and blue or white polo shirts, no logos. Stanley plaid skirts are permissible. Brown or black belt. Stanley Hoodies only.
Absolutely no sagging will be permitted.
Athletic shoes, loafers, boots, oxfords are allowed. No slides, or open backed shoes, flip flops are allowed. Socks must be worn.
No hats, caps, bandannas, doo rags, wave caps, stocking caps, headgear or sunglasses of any kind will be allowed on campus during instructional day.
Cell phones and head phones are not allowed out in view during instructional day.
Create a positive parental involvement system.
Decrease the number of student referrals by 10% (goal is less than 125).
Decrease student absences by 10%.
Increase our School Performance Score (SPS) from 86.7 (B school) to 96.7 (A school).
Stanley High School Staff
Project Celebration Counseling