- Crusader Crazy Night
- Fall Open House
- Crusader Crazy Day
- High School Placement Test Prep Course
- High School Placement Test
- Priority Registration
- Crusader Crazy Game
- Math Placement Test
- Chromebook Bootcamp
All 7th and 8th grade students are invited to our annual Crusader Crazy Night. Current SHDHS students and fellow future Crusaders will enjoy a FREE, fun-filled night of games, music, dancing, fellowship, snacks, and more.
Our annual Fall Open House kicks off the enrollment process for the following school year. This is the perfect opportunity for students and their parents to become familiar with all that SHDHS has to offer. Administrators, faculty, coaches, and current Crusader students will be on hand to answer all of your questions regarding the enrollment process, course offerings, summer programs, athletic teams, clubs / activities, tuition, financial assistance, scholarship opportunities, academic assistance, and much more. Families will also have an opportunity to tour the SHDHS campus.
All 8th graders are invited to spend the day at SHDHS, where they’ll join other future freshmen and get a glimpse into the life of a Crusader. All visiting 8th grade students will spend time with current Crusaders throughout the day, visiting classrooms, meeting faculty members, touring athletic facilities, enjoying a FREE lunch, attending a pep rally, and more.
All 8th grade students are welcome! District students will attend with their respective school and do not need to sign-up. Out of district 8th grade students who would like to attend please fill out the RSVP form.
The High School Placement Test Prep Course is offered to 8th grade students who would like to get a head start on preparing for the HSPT in December. The courses are offered on the two Saturdays leading up to the actual test date. Contact the the Admissions Office for more information.
RSVP For the High School Placement Test PREP
All 8th grade students are invited to take the High School Placement Test (HSPT) at SHDHS in December. Registration information will be sent out to all district 8th grade families, as well as non-district 8th grade families who have previously visited or contacted the school, in mid-November.
Each year, SHDHS offers scholarships to students testing in the top 10% on the HSPT. Please note that only those students who take the HSPT at SHDHS will be eligible to receive HSPT Scholarships through SHDHS.
At Priority Registration, High School Placement Test (HSPT) results are distributed to students who took the test at SHDHS in December. Students who took the test at a different school should bring their results with them. Administrators and our Guidance Director take families through the HSPT results to better help them understand their student’s test results and how those scores fit into the enrollment process. Administrators and Guidance Counselors are on hand to discuss the registration process as well as tuition and assistance. Faculty from each department is also available to answer any questions families may have regarding which class best fits each student’s’ needs. Priority Registration is usually held in mid-January.
All 6th, 7th and 8th grade students are invited to join us for a fun-filled night as we cheer on one of our SHDHS basketball teams! Students who are currently receiving information from SHDHS will be sent a VIP game voucher for this event. Those who attend will receive FREE admission and snack!
If you are not currently receiving information from SHDHS please fill out the
Future Crusader Form
The Math Placement Test typically takes place on a Saturday late in April. Please check the calendar for this year’s date and time.
This test is for any SHDHS incoming freshman who is interested in taking Geometry Honors as a freshman. Students registering for Algebra I or Algebra I Honors as freshman do not need to take this placement test.
All students use their Chromebook at school and for homework during their time at SHDHS. All new students must order their Chromebook directly from SHDHS, either online or by paper form. It is also mandatory for every student and at least one parent/guardian to attend a Chromebook Boot Camp, at which time they receive their purchased chromebook. Several boot camp dates are offered each year. Please check the calendar for this year’s dates and times.
During this one-hour class, students and parents will learn the basics of using a Chromebook, as well as various rules, regulations, restrictions, and responsible use expectations regarding the use of Chromebooks.