Wellness Center is established (August 2017)

SCHS’s Wellness Center was created in 2017, our freshman year. It was designed to be a safe space if needed and to provide students with assistance in caring for their mental health.

Class of 2021 receives one-to-one chromebooks (August 2018)

After previously completing online assignments on personal computers or in the library, SCHS students received their own one-to-one Chromebooks to use for the remainder of their time at SCHS. Our class received them as sophomores.

Snack shack reopens as “Bruins Bistro” (September 2018)

The SCHS snack shack burned down in 2016 and was reopened as “Bruins Bistro” in 2018, bringing back bathrooms to football games and snacks such as deep fried Oreos. During our freshman year, port-a-potties were the norm.

Memorial walkout for the Parkland shooting (March 2018)

SCHS students took a stand for justice and paid a tribute to the lives that were taken in the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. Students walked out of class and observed 17 minutes of silence to honor the 17 lives lost.

Superintendent Rose retires (June 2019)

Superintendent Stanley Rose III dedicated six years serving for the SCUSD, retiring in 2019. During his time, he focused on STEAM education, technology and student mental health.

Warren Johnson’s memorial is completed (September 2020)

Beloved PE teacher Warren Johnson passed away in September 2018, and the SCHS campus now features a bench in his memory beside the small gym.

SCHS switches to distance learning (April 2020)

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, school was shut down temporarily and  SCHS moved the final months of the 2019-2020 school year to a distance learning model, continuing it into the 2020-2021 school year.

Track and fields are remodeled (December 2020 – January 2021)

While students were away from school because of distance learning, the SCHS track and fields were remodeled, with turf replacing the grass.