Classes are underway again at Schalmont High School. It's great to see our returning students again and meet the incoming Freshmen class.
Fifty-seven Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School students, including Adam Griffin of Schalmont, were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society on Monday. Griffin is a diesel technology student at CTE. learn more
The Key Club treated the younger students to sandwiches, ice cream and an intense game of Four Square. learn more
The 2015 NYS Championship Schalmont Girls Soccer Team was recognized by both houses of the NYS Legislature on May 11. learn more
We are looking for parents to join our High School Facilitation Team. The team is responsible for helping increase student achievement and school improvement by using a shared decision making model. learn more
Student Council Officers were invited to the Town Government Day on May 3, hosted by the Town of Rotterdam and the Rotterdam Elks Lodge. learn more
Congratulations to Jessica Barnett and Kennedy Cronk for being selected for the Berkshire Bank Foundation Scholarship Award. Each will receive a $1,500 scholarhip. learn more
Congratulations to Elana Evenden and Lauren Liberatore, who have been awarded the Schenectady Foundation’s Anna Hudson Erbacher Scholarship. learn more
Congratulations to Tristan Dixon, who has been chosen as one of the recipients of the AXA Achievement Community Award for 2016. He will receive a $2,500 scholarship, and Schalmont High School will receive a $2,500 grant. learn more
Induction ceremony welcomes 13 new members. learn more
Alexis Ryder was selected as Schalmont's 2016 Empire Girls State Representative. Empire Girls State is a hands-on week-long educational workshop, focusing on Americanism and the political process, sponsored by the New York State American Legion Auxiliary. learn more
Schalmont's Marching Band peformed at the "Happiest Place on Earth" last week. view album
The digital engineering classes recently toured The New York Independent System Operator that manages the flow of electricity across New York. learn more
The principles of engineering classes recently visited G.E. Learn more
Schalmont will host a special pair of visitors on Friday night. Sebastian Maroundit and Mathon Noi, two of the “Lost Boys of Sudan,” characterized in the book A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park, will share their experiences with the Schalmont community at 7 p.m. Friday, April 15. learn more
"Best of Broadway 2 - A Musical and Theater Celebration” hits the Schalmont stage at 7 p.m. April 7-9. learn more
Schalmont Middle and High Schools conducted a lockdown drill today, March 29. The event lasted approximately 15 minutes, during which time the complex went into complete lockdown as it would if it were a true emergency. learn more
Students in Mrs. Resue's Level 3 and Mrs. Riggin's Level 1 Spanish classes collaborated on an in-house language experience today in the High School cafeteria. Students in Spanish Level 1 invited their partners to "restaurants" run by students in Level 3. All students had to communicate as best they could in Spanish to describe a dish, order food, and give directions. Students will be evaluating each other on their ability to converse with each other. view gallery
The principles of engineering classes finished up a unit on control projects in which students created designs that included working elevators, sorter devices, and vehicles. learn more
March is Music in Our Schools Month and Schalmont celebrated with choral and instrumental concerts, featuring middle school and high school musicians. Visit our Facebook choral and instrumental galleries for photos.
Congratulations to Schalmont sophomore Chris Woods,who was named Kid of the Week by CBS 6. View video
Michele Freeman's Living Environment class has been working on a genetics unit, which includes concepts such as DNA, Hybridization, and selective breeding. As a special "real-life" case, Freeman arraigned to have the McDonalds bring in their Goldendoodles, both adults and three-week-old puppies. learn more
Principles of engineering students created working replicas of conveyor belts, rotary tables, and temperature controlled fans and demonstrated their concepts and projects for a group judging. learn more
Beginning Sept. 1, 2016, students entering seventh and 12th grades must be vaccinated against meningococcal disease in order to attend school in New York state. learn more
Students at Schalmont High School are working to make it an official No Place for Hate School. learn more
Get the latest edition of The Sabre's Edge, the student-run high school newspaper.
Schalmont High School Class of 2018 is partnering with Yankee Candle Fundraising this year. Click here to support the class, which receives 40 percent of every sale now through July 13. If the page doesn’t open to Schalmont's Class of 2018 page, enter Group Number 990093619 in the requested field.
Some of the digital photography students at Schalmont High School will have their work exhibited in a student art show titled "The Power of Me" (an anti-bullying exhibition) at Proctor's. learn more
Middle and high school students' Quarter 2 Report Cards will be published on the district's Parent Portal on Friday, Feb. 5. If you haven’t created a Portal account or you have requested to have the reports sent home, you willbe receiving a paper copy on Friday. If you do not have a Parent Portal account yet, you can set one up here. If you have questions or problems, contact Debbie Falcone at 355-9200 Ext 4014 or Anthony Cassale at 355-6110 Ext 3029.
The Schalmont High School SUPA Public Affairs 101 class made a formal presentation to the Rotterdam Town Board last week. learn more
Students from Schalmont, Schenectady, Scotia-Glenville, Niskayuna and Mohonasen came together for a weekend of music making, which culminated with a concert at Schenectady High School on Saturday. learn more
Tickets for the Schalmont Drama Club’s “Best of Broadway 2” go on sale today for musical taking place April 7-9. learn more
Parents: The pick-up point for students after school is in the back circle of the high school. Please do not come to the front of the building to pick up your student. Students should wait in the New Gym Lobby for their ride.
Please remember that only school buses are allowed in the middle/high school traffic circle between the hours of 7-8 a.m. and 2-3 p.m. Passenger vehicles are not permitted to enter the area during that time, as well as any other time the red light may be flashing. To drop-off or pick-up students, please proceed to the middle school parking lot for fifth- through eighth-graders and the high school new gym (located at the rear of the building) for ninth- through twelfth-graders. Thank you for your cooperation.