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2015-16 Schedules and Orientation

Schedule pick up and parking sign up for next year

9:00 – 12:00 and 1:00 - 3:00


Seniors – Monday, August 10th

Juniors – Tuesday, August 11th

Sophomores – Wednesday,  August 12th

Freshman Orientation – Tuesday, August 11th  4:00 - 6:00

SCHS 15-16 Dress Code

Your appearance and dress at school affect your attitude and behavior and those of other students.  You are expected to dress neatly and modestly and in such a way that you do not disrupt the educational process or endanger the health or safety of yourself or others. Pants, shorts, and skirts must be secured at the waist.



Specific apparel includes, but is not limited to:

  • Shorts, skirts, or dresses cannot be shorter than 4 inches above the top of the kneecap.
  • Tights, leggings, jeggings, yoga pants, etc. must be worn with a garment that is no shorter than 4 inches above the top of the kneecap.
  • Clothing that reveals cleavage is not permitted.
  • Clothing with holes or cutouts with skin/under garment visible above the knee is not permitted.
  • Shirts cannot hang off the shoulder.
  • Tank-tops, tube-tops, spaghetti straps, halter-tops are not permitted.
  • No mesh or see through tops may be worn without dress code appropriate undershirts.
  • The midriff must be sufficiently covered at all times. 
  • Young men may not wear tank tops, and sleeveless shirts must fit snuggly around the arm.
  • Shoes must be worn at all times.  Bedroom shoes are not permitted.
  • Pajama tops or bottoms are not permitted.
  • Clothing displaying, promoting, or advertising alcohol, tobacco, or other illegal substances are not permitted.
  • Clothing displaying obscene, sexually suggestive, or profane phrases, illegal activity, markings, or designs, and gang related designs, are not permitted.
  • Hats must be removed upon entering a classroom. 
  • Bandanas, sweatbands or sunglasses are not to be worn inside the building.
  • Any other article of appearance that is physically revealing or provocative is not permitted.


*The faculty of Stephens County High School depends on the good judgment of our parents and the sensitivity of our students not to wear clothing that may cause disruption in the learning process.  Parents or students who have specific questions about an item’s appropriateness should consult the local school administration.



AP Art Students Exhibit Art Work at Local College

Four SCHS Advanced Placement Studio Art students exhibited their work in a high school art show at Piedmont College's Smith-Williams Gallery. 

Stephens County High School was represented by : Kaile Copelan , Christian Gonzalez, Keaskia Thompson and Ben Whiten.

Kaile Copelan, watercolor, The Homecoming

Christian Gonzalez, acrylic on canvas, Wrapped in Thought

Keaskia Thompson, watercolor and acrylic, Mother's Painful Love

Ben Whiten, watercolor, Headstrong

Immunization Requirements Revised


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Move On When Ready

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Help a Child Smile

Need to see a dentist? Click here for information about Help a Child Smile.


If you have an Ingles Advantage card, please go to the link below. You have to just enter the school name (or city with drop down menu) and then it will ask for some information. Each year we are able to purchase some supplies through money that has been earned with the Ingles Tools for Schools program.

Tools for Schools

Stephens County is a Certified Georgia Work Ready Community.

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