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  • Intramural Basketball Preview

    The SHS Intramural Basketball League is upon us again, and for some it is the last chance to capture that elusive title. In an added twist, for the first time in recent memory, the league has been split into two divisions due to a sizable increase in participation. Let’s look at what notable teams and players are looking to make splash this season:

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  • SHS Drama Club presents ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

    Solon High School’s Drama Club is bringing back Shakespeare for the fall play. Director Kristina Ferencie is putting a spin on “Much Ado About Nothing”, a classic comedy by Shakespeare, by having it take place in modern times while characters speak in Shakespeare’s style of Early Modern English. The play will take place on a college campus where the two main characters, Benedick and Beatrice, who once hated each other end up falling in love. Ferencie, Drama Club adviser since 2001, said she chose this play to communicate her love of Shakespeare with her high school students and to bring The Bard’s work outside of the classroom.

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  • SHS celebrates democracy at BBYO election night party

    Prior to the late-night announcement of Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election, Solon High School teamed up with regional chapters of the Jewish youth group BBYO to host an election night party at SHS from 6 to 9 p.m. The event was open to the secular student body in addition to BBYO members.

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  • A view of Charlestown, Massachusetts, from the top of the Bunker Hill Monument.

    SHS Juniors Visit Boston

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  •  “Connecting and socializing with friends” is teacher Aaron Jeter’s favorite part of homecoming

    Homecoming photo gallery

    Solon High School Homecoming was held on Sat. Sept 24 in the SHS gym. Click the link above for a highlight of the event featuring SHS students.


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  • Boys XC runs into early success

    At the Berkshire Early Bird Invitational last month, 19 northern Ohio high schools competed in what was, for most participants, the first meet of a brand new cross country season. Every school had their eye on the prize: a first place finish and a burst of momentum that they hoped would last them the entire season.

    In the end, Solon came away with first place, and now they can’t seem to slow down.


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  • The 2014 Tolerance Fair at the Cleveland Convention Center featured 140 exhibitors, about 4000 atten

    Different Like You features SHS students

    Young or old, gay or straight, white or black, it makes no difference– everyone has dealt with bullying at some point in his/her life. Different Like You (DLY), an interactive online community, features a video library that allows users to share their personal stories. The unique idea was spurred on by the efforts of Justin Bachman (the founder of DLY) as well as a far-reaching community of members. The site promotes a sense of unity for all those that feel, well, different. Read more at

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