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Impressive results in student Lift-a-Thon

| May 23, 2018
Impressive results in student Lift-a-Thon

The Sports Performance physical education elective at Solanco High School is benefiting our hard-working and dedicated student-athletes.  Students across six sections of boys classes and girls classes participated in the daily elective this school year.  Teacher Anthony Cox said the students recently participated in the annual Lift-a-Thon event, which tests their strength and power in various weight-lifting exercises.  Numerous students established […]

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Jon Rush signs on with Millersville; he’s one of six athletes who will compete in college

| May 18, 2018

Solanco senior and golf standout Jon Rush has signed his national letter of intent to attend and play golf for Millersville University. Jon joins an impressive list of Solanco student-athletes who have signed to continue their athletic careers in college: Hannah Myers will play field hockey at Widener University. Ally McDowell will attend Widener University […]

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Solanco’s uplifting Ophelia Day

| May 11, 2018
Solanco’s uplifting Ophelia Day

For students, teachers and staff who participate, Ophelia Day is one of the most highly-anticipated and heart-warming days of the entire school year. Students from our elementary schools visit the high school and ”buddy up” with high school students and together they enjoy games, fun, food and friendship. Face painting is a popular activity among the younger students. The […]

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Solanco online summer school

| May 10, 2018
Solanco online summer school

Solanco’s successful online summer school program enables students to complete courses from home. It is for Solanco High School students who have struggled or have failing grades in English, social studies, math, science, wellness/fitness classes and others. The Solanco online summer school program keeps students in school and provides them with an important tool to […]

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Students recognized as “Solanco Scholars”

| May 10, 2018

Intelligent, hard-working Solanco 9th, 10th and 11th graders have been honored as Solanco Scholars. The students have consistently achieved a high level of academic excellence and have exhibited the characteristics of a true scholar. Here is a list of the outstanding students: Department 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade Agriculture Noah Wood Reilly Sollenberger Destiney Lundy […]

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Solanco honors its retirees

| May 8, 2018
Solanco honors its retirees

Employees with a combined 250 years of service to Solanco are retiring. They include six teachers, two secretaries, a custodian, and Solanco’s Director of Special Education. Five of the retirees have been with Solanco for 30 years or more. Front row:  high school health & physical education teacher Michele Lovell (Solanco career began in 1987), […]

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Solanco’s Students of the Month

| May 8, 2018
Solanco’s Students of the Month

Superintendent Dr. Brian Bliss and the school board have honored the Solanco Students of the Month. Joshua Morales-Roblero (1st grade, Quarryville Elementary), Kira Roark (4th, Bart-Colerain), Gabriella Kraynak (6th, Swift Middle School), Ava Spangler (6th, Smith Middle School),  Jaxon Culberson (2nd, Clermont). (Not in photo:  Jadeyn Jacyszyn, 2nd grade, Providence, and Nigeria Taylor, 12th, high school.) The […]

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Audrey Difilippo earns opportunity to compete in Skills USA Nationals

| May 7, 2018
Audrey Difilippo earns opportunity to compete in Skills USA Nationals

Solanco High School senior Audrey Difilippo has advanced to the Skills USA Nationals to be held June 25-29 in Louisville, Kentucky. Audrey attends the Mt. Joy campus of the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center (CTC) where she studies event planning and tourism services management. Her instructor, Alison Shepler, said Audrey won first place in districts, […]

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