South Burlington High School is a comprehensive school with an enrollment of under 900 students in grades 9-12. We offer a diversity of academic offerings in English, social studies, mathematics, world language, technology, art, music, and science. Approximately 3% of our students are enrolled in area technical centers.
Boys’ basketball. South Burlington 74, Brattleboro 41: Khalon Taylor led all scorers with 21 points and the South Burlington boys’ basketball team eased to a win over Brattleboro on Saturday, Dec. 18. Jack Mayer hit four 3-pointers for 12 points for the Wolves. Ryan Sweet added 10 points, while Alex Gordon and Ethan Sandberg each chipped with eight.
The South Burlington School District recognizes the important role played by co-curricular activities in our students’ education. Participation in activities outside the classroom contributes to the physical, emotional and social health of our students, and promotes a sense of unity and cooperation among athletes, the student body, and the larger school community.
South Burlington high school drag show. Students and staff from Burlington and South Burlington high schools strutted in drag at a Seawolves game this fall as South Burlington’s gender and sexuality alliance advisor Erin Randall, far left, and Burlington’s advisor Andrew LeValley, far right, joined their students on the runway.
South Burlington High School SBHS REGISTRATION. School Code: wolves . SBHS Fax # 652-7006 Attn: Athletic Trainer. All registration questions or issues may be directed to: [email protected] (Please note that this email may not be monitored regularly over the summer vacation. Please be patient with response times.
The directory information on school name, address, and phone number are preliminary data from initial submissions of school level data for 2020-2021. Data provided on student membership and staffing are from the official school level data for 2019-2020. Source: CCD Public school data 2019-2020, 2020-2021 school years.
South Burlington High School has two leadership teams that serve unique functions. The SBHS Administrative Leadership Team manages day to day operations of the school and provides supervisory and evaluative oversight of the staff, budget, and student life. This team includes: Patrick Burke, Principal; John Craig, Asst. Principal ; Lissa McDonald, Asst. Principal