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Saltillo High School's archery team placed first in the state AGAIN for the 12th year in a row!

The team had five archers place at All Stars.

$12,000 in scholarships were awarded.

Jude Counce - 1st place (11th and 12th grade boys) $5,000
Kenslee Gann - 1st place (11th and 12th grade girls) $5,000
Sophie Graves - 3rd place (11th and 12th grade girls) $2,000
Amelia Clayton - 2nd place (9th and 10th grade girls)
Brennan Davis - 3rd place (9th and 10th grade girls)


The SHS Xtreme team tied for second place, but lost the tiebreaker, handing them 3rd place.

A big thank you goes to our archery parents and other supporters from Coach John T. Vines and his team!

Saltillo High School’s chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) recently participated in the FBLA Northern District Conference at Northeast Mississippi Community College in Booneville. The members competed in various business events. 

Congratulations to the following students that placed at the competition:  Caroline Carlisle - 5th place - Introduction to Financial Math, Saxton McHenry - 3rd place - Personal Finance, Mitchell Davis - 2nd place - Computer Problem Solving, David Torres - 1st place - Economics, Mason Green - 2nd Place - Health Care Administration, Jesse Floyd - 3rd place - Entrepreneurship, and Ikam Kalher - 4th
Place - Introduction to Marketing Concepts. 
Saltillo High School senior Saxton McHenry has been named STAR Student for the 2023-2024 school year by the Mississippi Economic Council (MEC) M.B. Swayze Foundation, sponsor of the Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program.
STAR Students are selected on the basis of academic excellence. Each STAR Student is asked to designate a STAR Teacher - the teacher who has made the greatest contribution to the student's scholastic achievement.
Saltillo High School teacher Kellie Dillard was designated as STAR Teacher.
Hundreds of STAR Students and STAR Teachers in Mississippi will be recognized this spring during MEC's prestigious Education Celebration event in Pearl.
Members of the Make-A-Wish Club at Saltillo High School have raised $8,000 this school year and will get to grant a wish for a deserving child.
The president of the club, Elyse McKissick, presented the donation check to the Make-A-Wish Mid-South chapter on February 29. SHS club sponsor, Deanna Gable, says Elyse and the other students have worked diligently this year to reach their goal of being able to grant a child’s wish. The group raised the money through a variety of local fundraisers that included a coin drive/competition at the primary and elementary schools.
Lydia Miller with Make-A-Wish Mid-South says the recipient will be announced in the next few months. Miller says she is always amazed at how sometimes the smallest of groups can make such a huge impact. The Make-A-Wish organization was founded in 1980 to grant wishes for children with critical illnesses.

The annual Mississippi Senior Beta Convention was held in Biloxi February 19-21, 2024.  Saltillo High students earned numerous awards during competitions at the convention:


Keira Ikemori - 1st Place Division II Onsite Painting
Keira Ikemori - 1st Place Division II Painting
David Torres - 2nd Place 11th Grade Spanish
Zarquavian Estes - 3rd Place Division II Digital Art
Audrey Williams - 3rd Place Division II Color Photography
3rd Place - Large Group Performance:
Victoria Greenlee, Jordan Gerzon, Boston Gurner, Audrey Williams, Kailyn Robinson, Mason Green, Piper McHenry, Leah Carodine, Carrie O’Neal, Keira Ikemori, Natalie Glover, Sydney Palmer, Lilly Robinson
4th Place - Campaign Skit:
Sydney Palmer, Piper McHenry, Victoria Greenlee, Audrey Williams, Boston Gurner, Lilly Robinson, Jordan Gerzon, Hunter Rhodes, JC Smallwood, Jordan Cayson. Choreographed by Caroline Carlisle
Natalie Glover
5th Place - Division II Sculpture

Saltillo 3, George County 0

Our Lady Tigers claimed the MHSAA Class 6A State Championship on February 17, 2024!

This is the second straight state title (won 5A last year) and the second state title in school history.


SHS Cross Country swept the 2023 MHSAA Class 6A Girls and Boys races at Clinton to finish as state champions!

Also, Parker Shannon was the Individual Boys winner!

Congratulations to Coach Covington and the XC program -- now with 29 state championships!

Saltillo High won the 2023 MHSAA Class 6A Boys Golf Championship on October 31, 2023.

This is the program’s first state championship and the school’s first 6A state championship.

Congratulations to the team members and to Coach Dillinger!

Have you seen our easy way to view school menus?

MealViewer is available on the Lee County School District website AND as a mobile app.

Along with daily breakfast and lunch menus, MealViewer also has links to a nutrition calculator and MySchoolBucks for loading money to a child's meal account.  

Try it today!  Click here for more information.

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