Please see the links below for important information about Shawnee High School's freshman orientation on Aug. 15. For students needing bus transportation, a bus pick up schedule is also available. Freshman Orientation Information . . .
The Class of 2018 took the traditional walk through the Shawnee elementary schools, passing former teachers and current elementary students who made signs and decorations to cheer them on. Afterwards, SHS hosted a luncheon for the graduating . . .
Today the SHS Student Council put on their annual Special Ed Prom complete with food, bubbles, candy, and a piñata! This years theme was a fiesta and the students loved getting to have some fun and dance to festive music. What a fun . . .
Shawnee combined six hits with 10 base on balls to knock off McAlester 9-5 Thursday at the McAlester Shootout. The Wolves fell to Durant, 5-2, in their first game of the day. Shawnee trailed McAlester 6-5 entering the top . . .
Down 3-1 just after the midway point of the opening half, Shawnee fought back for a 5-4 district triumph over Sand Springs Tuesday night. SHS opened the scoring six minutes in on a goal by Kossi Kodoe, assisted by Seth King. . . .
Shawnee senior Sabrina Bartley goes out of her way to volunteer in her community while maintaining an almost perfect GPA. She has been selected as one of The Shawnee News-Star and Patriot Auto Group Students of the Month for March and . . .
Shawnee’s girls and boys recorded victories Thursday in opening-round action of the Rose Rock Invitational. The Wolves remained undefeated (6-0) by blanking Guthrie 4-0 after leading 3-0 at the half. In just . . .
Prom is right around the corner for SHS! It will be held on April 21, 2018 from 9-12pm in the PAAC. Tickets are on sale April 2 -20 at both lunches for $30.00 each or for $40.00 the night of the prom. Students who wish to . . .
The Shawnee girls earned their first home victory of the season and first win that didn’t go down to penalty kicks with a 2-0 blanking of Mount St. Mary Thursday. “Good win, at home in front of the crowd before the Spring . . .
Another strong second half performance helped the Shawnee boys soccer team roll to their fifth straight win with a 6-3 win at home against Mount St. Mary Thursday to cap the portion of their schedule before Spring Break. The Wolves led 4-3 . . .
Shawnee’s boys, propelled by a first-place finish from No. 1 singles performer Cody Parman, captured Saturday’s Seminole Tournament. Parman defeated a state qualifier from Harrah (6-2, 6-3), a state qualifier from U.S. . . .
The Shawnee football team has taken the icy winter weather over the last few days and turned it into a positive to help their fellow citizens. The boys are at the beck and call of the elderly and disabled veterans who need help with downed . . .
Each year since 1946, Richards’ Drug Store has honored the top FFA students in each of the eight chapters throughout Pottawatomie County. The eight students honored Monday night were: Kimberly Cotter – Dale; Kortni Smith . . .
The No. 14 in Class 6A Shawnee girls got revenge for one of their few losses this season Saturday as they traveled to Harrah to take down the 4A No. 2 Lady Panthers 61-58 in overtime. Harrah handed 18-3 Shawnee a loss to start the . . .
With three players scoring in double figures, Shawnee’s girls knocked off Piedmont 50-35 Tuesday night to capture their 10th straight win. Senior Kasey Rice of Shawnee recorded a game-high 18 points with 13 coming in the . . .
The Shawnee girls cruised to a 37-21 win over Guthrie Tuesday on the road. The Lady Wolves led 12-3 after the first and never were in much threat with a 29-8 lead going into the fourth. Monica Brooks led the team with 10 . . .
Shawnee coach Ron Arthur saw 11 of his players get in the scoring column Tuesday night as the Wolves blitzed Guthrie 68-43. Scoring in double figures for Shawnee were Chase Morris (16), LJ McKissick (12) and Carson Meier (10). . . .
Chad Tramble and LaTosha Gaines were inducted into the Shawnee basketball Hall of Fame Friday night. LaTosha was a stand-out basketball player in her years at Shawnee. She was selected for all-tournament teams 3 times, . . .
Deer Creek transfer and Cal State commit Lauren Fields showed her athleticism and energy to the Shawnee crowd as she made her home debut Friday night in a 45-29 win over El Reno. Fields came off the bench halfway through the first quarter . . .
Shawnee wrestling had a pair of good wins Thursday night after a tough home loss on Tuesday. The Wolves took down Carl Albert 48-18 and Ada, 52-18 on the road. Caleb Nahmahpeah won a 5-2 decision against Austin Renfro in the 113-pound . . .
This year, 4 Freshmen Shawnee girls were elected to officer positions to the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls. The International Order of the Rainbow for Girls (IORG) is a young women’s Masonic youth service . . .
SHS recently hosted 3-5 year old students from Head Start to celebrate the Holiday Season with them at the annual Christmas Connection! Each classroom hosted different students and celebrated with gifts, snacks and games. This is a school . . .
Mr. Will Rosebure of BancFirst Insurance Services, Inc. honored three outstanding art students this month at Shawnee High School through its art contest program. Donna Merkt, a Mabee-Gerrer representative, judged the contest and determined . . .
These 7 SHS Freshmen have perfect attendance and all A's and B's! We are so proud of how dedicated our students are to their school work!
Kade Self will be signing with the Seminole State College Baseball team Monday, November 13 at 3:10 in the PAAC. Come congratulate Kade during this exciting time!
At Friday Night's football game vs. Noble, several students were recognized for their hard work and received their academic letter jackets. Braden Barlean Bailey Carlile Clay . . .
Senior Cale Sugg couldn’t hide his surprise when he was announced homecoming king in September. “I was so appreciative, but I definitely wasn’t expecting it,” he says with a laugh. “It was such an . . .
Lindsay Dennis remembers her first career day in school fondly. “I dressed up like a mom,” she says. “I wore an apron and carried a baby doll. I wanted to be a mom, and then I wanted to be a teacher.” . . .