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Chrome Books

Chrome Books delivered to students this past Friday!


State Cheerleading, MCC Registration, Club Pictures

Good luck to our Cheer Team at the state competition!

Strasburg High School News

Thank you to all of our veterans and current members of the armed forces for your service to our nation!

Strasburg High School News

Strasburg High School News from Principal Jeff Rasp.

This week's news features information on graduation and the recent visit from the Arapaho Tribe from the Wind River Reservation.

Please also go to the Principal link at the top of the High School page to access a list of weekly activities along with the latest Advisory activity for this week.

Homecoming Court

Homecoming Court Members 2017

Indian News

Homecoming Week starts on Monday, 9/25!

Principal's Weekly Update

Principal's Weekly Update on what's happening at Strasburg High School.

Principal's Weekly Update

PRINCIPAL’S WEEKLY UPDATE for September 11-16, 2017


New Website

We are transitioning to a new website this fall.  Please bear with us. We will be building content during the month of September.  Thank you.

Mr. Rasp's What's New at Strasburg High School

WHAT’S NEW for the Week of September 4-10, 2017

I hope everyone is enjoying their Labor Day Holiday. Labor Day is supposed to be the unofficial end of summer, but with 95 degree temperatures it sure doesn’t feel like summer is ending anytime soon.

We are now entering the 4th week of school. This Wednesday, 9/6, will be the first time we publish a warning list for this quarter. A student is placed on the warning list when he/she has two grades below a C. If a student has two grades below a C again during the quarter, then he/she will be ineligible. Ineligible students are not allowed to participate in in extra-curricular activities. Also, we do require all ineligible students to work with their teachers for an hour beyond the school day to help to bring their grades up.

This past week our advisory activity focused on the many stories of courage in response to the effects of Hurricane Harvey. The hurricane and flooding devastated the Houston area and it will take years for the region to recover. Yet, so many people have stepped up to help one another in acts of heroism and unselfishness. We hope to help the victims of this tragedy by raising money next week at our school. Student Council will be selling chocolate bars for $1.00 all week to students and all proceeds will benefit the American Red Cross Relief Fund.