Growing Greatness


    Mission Statement

    The mission of Scotland High School is to foster leadership, creativity, critical thinking, and curiosity so our students will be responsible, successful, productive students.



  • Congratulations Cooper Sutherland!

    During the 83rd Annual Laurinburg/Scotland County Area Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet, Cooper was named the winner of the 2022 Dormagen-McLean Award.

    The award was established in 2000, in memory of Josh Dormagen and Chris McLean.

    The award is given to a SHS student or recent graduate that exemplifies the spirit of service, leadership and positive growth among his/her peers. 

    Cooper Sutherland


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  • National Nurses Week


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  • Scholarships

    Check out these upcoming scholarships:

    N.C. Retired School Personnel Scholarship

    AB Gibson Scholarship 

    Flowers-Kelley-Speller Scholarship 

    Barbara Wright Memorial Scholarship 

    The purpose of The Honorable James W. Mason Memorial Scholarship 

    The Lumbee Tribal Scholarship Award

    Contact SHS College Central or visit us on Canvas:


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  • Join us in celebrating Ms. Jocelyn Harrington! She was selected as teacher assistant of the month by her colleagues.J.Harrington

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  • Buy your yearbook

    Yearbooks are NOW on Sale!  

    Get your 2022 Scotsman TODAY!  Don't miss out on a special keepsake of Scots memories.  

    The price is $40 and can be picked up at the Main Office.


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  • Congrats to SHS Winterguard!!

    SHS Winterguard

    Scotland High School's Winterguard under the direction of Matt Jorgenson placed 3rd in competition on Saturday 2/19 at Green Level High School.
    Our Winterguard has placed in both competitions that they have competed in this year. We are so proud of them! #GoScots

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  • Congratulations

    Congratulations to Ladarius McNeill and RJ Nicholson who were selected to play in the East/West All-Star Football game.  


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  • Kate Carter finished 4th in the state in the individual rounds.

    K. Carter


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  • Amari Chance finished 4th in the state!

    In a back and forth competition, Amare Chance finished 4th in the state in the boys' shotout competition in the 3A state indoor track championships on Saturday in Winston-Salem. Under the guidance of Coach Shaquille Ray, Amare made some adjustments to his technique and finished with a 4th place finish! We are proud of you Amare!

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  • Mike Locklear is 3A Regional Champion!

    Mike Locklear

    Under the leadership of Coach Tom Havener, Mike Lockear was crowned regional champion in the 195 pound weight class this past weekend. Mike will go on to the state competition in hopes of a state championship. Way to go MIke!

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  • SHS Girls Bowling Finished 3rd in States!Girl's Bowling

    Under the leadership of Coach Meg Jernigan, our ladies' bowling team finished 3rd in the 3A state championships this past Friday.

    Congratulations Scots Bowling!


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  • Congratulations 3A State Champs!!!Boys Bowling

    Under the leadership of Coach Meg Jernigan, our boys' bowling team has captured the state championship in bowling!

    Congratulations....sing it with me..."We are the Champions, my friend....da da da!!!!


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  • Scotland Baseball 4 A  All-state

    Coach Wrape and Parker Byrd

    Fighting Scots Baseball Just Around the Corner

    The Fighting Scots Baseball Team will begin their official practices for the Spring 2022 season beginning on Monday, February 14th.
    Scots Varsity Head Coach, Greg Wrape said that he is definitely ready for action. “Obviously, our top goal is to be competitive and end up winning a conference championship, and to make a deep run into the State play-offs and possibly a state championship.”
    SHS senior, Parker Byrd, is one of this year’s returning starters for the Scots. Byrd has been named to the Class 4A All-State Baseball Team, one of only 18 Scots since 1993 to receive the honor. He has also signed to play with the East Carolina University Pirates. He will report to ECU in the Fall of this year.
    According to Coach Wrape, Byrd has demonstrated the ability to play many different positions, which is always a great asset for any player. Byrd stated: “I try to put my all into every game, but also, into my practice and workout regimen as well. You have to stay focused and determined.”

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  • Graduation cap and diploma

    The road to college begins today, let us help you.  

    Join the College Central Canvas page today to view college updates, virtual college visits, SAT and ACT information, Scholarships and much more. 

    Enroll in Course Here

     We look forward to seeing you there. 


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  • Yearbook Clean out sale


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  • Cheer

    Cheer Interest Meeting with Light Workout

    Monday, May 23, 2020

    4:00p.m. on the track

    Must have a current physical on file or in hand to participate.

    Optional Workout Days:

    May 25 and May 26

    Required Workout Days June 6 - June 8


    June 9, 2022 9:00am - 12p.m.

    Contact Coach Shyamalia Campbell with any questions.


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  • 2022 Softball Brackets

    Click HERE for 2022 Softball Brackets

    2022 Softball Brackets


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  • 2022 Baseball Playoff Brackets

    Click Here for 2022 Baseball Brackets

    Baseball Brackets


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  • Military School Support Services


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  • 2022 Junior Marshals

    2022 Junior Marshals


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  • Beta Club

    Thank you Mr. Graves and the Beta Club!

    A shout-out to Mr. Graves and the Beta Club for providing hygiene items to Mrs. Harrington. They have done a tremendous job of keeping supplies on hand for our students this year and I want to give them a BIG THANK-YOU!!!!



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  • Michael Chapman recognized as Key Player

    Assistant Principal Michael Chapman was recognized as a key player at the 2/28 Committee of the Whole Meeting this past week. When the school year started, SHS did not have a digital instructional facilitator, and Mr. Chapman rose to the challenge and structured the PLC process during the interim until a DIF could be named. Additionally, he has been called upon to facilitate bus route and driver shortages for the high school, which included the encouragement of coaches to drive regular yellow bus routes. He has worked closely with the Principal on revamping RCC and scheduling planning for next year and is constantly seeking ways to improve our school for our students. Recently, unexpected opportunities for accountability were addressed by Mr. Chapman’s willingness to step up and take on additional responsibilities to make sure that our school is successful. Mr. Chapman always answers the call and is a true asset to SHS!


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  • SHS JROTC Places 3rd in Archery

    Congratulations to

    THE Scotland High School JROTC ARCHERY TEAM!

    This weekend they took 3rd overall in NC/SC Regionals.

    4th Brigade (South) Region Archery Invitational today in Charlotte.

    Scotland High’s Braxton Hewett finished 3rd overall.



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  • Congratulations

    Marching Band

    Congratulations to SHS marching band students who qualified as All District:
    Aaron Seate
    Sebastian McIntyre
    Eli McRae
    Jack Herr



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  • Congratulations 

    Chiquita Harrington

    Scotland County Schools

    Support Staff Personel of the Year



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  • 2021 Yearbooks on Sale Now

    Attention SHS parents and students!!

    2021 Yearbooks are on sale NOW!!


    Own a piece of HISTORY!


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  • Sports Tickets

    Tickets for Scotland High Athletic events for the 2021-22 school year can be purchased online @, downtown Scotland Bling, and at Scotland High School during the school hours.

    We will not be collecting money at the doors or gates. 


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  • luvMichael advocate anywhere serve everywhere

    Luv Michael, a non-profit that supports meaningful and independent lives for autistic adults, needs volunteers to spread the message of autism acceptance is year-round.

     They have a virtual service learning program where teens worldwide can learn about autism, advocate for autism acceptance, and earn 40 community service hours. Students may register for an introductory call at


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  • Computer with "We can fix it" sign

    If your student is having any hardware or software issues with their device or technology, if they need help with their passwords, or if they have general technology issues, please start by calling:

    Tech Help Desk Hotline 



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  • Scotland High School’s Nurse Canvas Page

    School Nurse with heart


    Students grades 9-12!
    Join Scotland High School’s Nurse Canvas page for announcements, health education, Covid-19 news and updates. You will be able to connect via google meet during posted times. 
    Join one of two ways below!
     This course has enabled open enrollment. Students can self-enroll in the course once you share with them this URL:
    Alternatively, they can sign up at and use the following join code: LFFBNB 

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