As SHC parents, you play the most important role in the academic, emotional and spiritual growth of your children. All SHC parents are members of the Parents Association, and we partner with you to provide a rich and meaningful high school experience for your children.
There are dozens of opportunities for parents to get involved during the school year. The success of many school events depends on the presence of our parents! Please take a few minutes to fill out our Parent Volunteer Interest Survey and let us know your volunteering interests.
For more information about your Parents Association membership, please contact Parents Association President Brian Byrne .
Need to change your bank information for tuition or parent pledge payments? Download the Direct Debit Authorization Form. Attach an original, voided check and direct it to Anna Collier in the Business Office.
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From rich forums to social commentary features and much more, this platform allows parents, teachers, students, counselors, club moderators and coaches to fully participate in the learning process. Schoology is your one-stop shop for everything SHC.
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