• 2017-18 Chromebook Pick-up Information


    Entering 9th Grade: August 15th 2:30-6:00pm

    Entering 12th Grade: August 16th 2:30-6:00pm

    SHS Library Media Center

    Entering 7th Grade: August 14th 2:30-6:00pm

    SMS Library Media Center

    Chromebooks will not be issued without a signed Usage Agreement

    Note:  Alternative Pick-up during the first day of school in respective Media Center.



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  • SHS Summer Reading List is Now Posted! 

    Check the English Department Web Site linked in Quick Links below for any corresponding written assignments.

    Solon High School 2017 Summer Reading Assignments 


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SHS Headlines

  • Summer Reading

    The 2017 selections for SHS summer reading are attached. To view any English assignments accompanying the reading, be sure to check the English Department web site under Quick Links.

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  • Presidential Scholar Candidates

    A record 11 members of the Solon High School class of 2017 are among 3,000 students nationwide named as candidates for the prestigious honor of U.S. Presidential Scholar. The Solon seniors nominated as potential U.S. Presidential Scholars are: Dylan Caine, Karen Dong, Kenia Hale, Sarah Hong, Timothy Jin, Annie Liu, Jesutomi Odukoya, Zachary Stanik, Vishal Sundaram, Jonathan Wang and Michael Zhan.

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  • Show Choir Invitational

    Solon's Music in Motion is hosting its annual show choir showcase March 4. The sixth annual Solon Show Choir Invitational will give you the healthy dose of singing and dancing you are seeking! This day-long event on March 4 at Solon High School features 12 student show choir groups. The daytime competition begins at 9:30 a.m. and the evening competition will start at 7 p.m. Solon’s Music In Motion performs at 10 p.m. Tickets are available at the door. The cost is $10 for the morning and evening session. See both for $16!

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  • Yearbooks Are On Sale Now!

    Don't miss out on the opportunity to purchase a 2016-17 Solon High School yearbook!

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  • College Credit Plus Info Night January 19

    Important information night parents and students in grades 7-12 who are interested in taking college classes for credit in 2017-18. The program is at 6:30 p.m. in the SHS auditorium.

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  • Student-faculty sporting game goes back to the basics

    Thursday, March 23, also known as the second-to-last day of school before spring break, is the 2017 date of Solon High School’s annual student-faculty sporting event. After a day of shortened class periods, SHS students will spend what would usually be their seventh period classes in the gymnasium watching their classmates and teachers face off in a game of basketball.

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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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  • SHS Juniors Visit Boston

    View more images at http://theshscourier.com.

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  • 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.

    Read more at http://theshscourier.com.

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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.

    Read more at http://theshscourier.com.

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  • 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 http://theshscourier.com

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