National Honor Society Tornado Relief Drive

Shelbyville Central's National Honor Society Chapter collected tornado relief items March 9 and 10 to donate to victims of the storms that took place a week earlier. After the tornadoes that took place late on March 2nd across middle Tennessee, several cities and towns were left with a mass of destruction, no power, and questions … Continue reading National Honor Society Tornado Relief Drive

Manav Patel; Future Business Man

Manav Patel is a senior here at SCHS and was chosen by his classmates as most school spirited. He is very outgoing and loves spending his time outside of school coming to sporting events and supporting our Eagles. But Manav is more than just school spirited, he's a part of several business related clubs at … Continue reading Manav Patel; Future Business Man

A Rivalry As Old As Time; Eaglettes Defeat Tullahoma Wildcats On Homecoming Night

On January 17, The Eaglettes and Eagles battled the Tullahoma Wildcats at home while annual basketball homecoming festivities took place. In the first game of the night, the Eaglettes lagged behind the Wildcats for the first half, but after halftime, the Eaglettes racked up points to take a small lead. In the last minutes of … Continue reading A Rivalry As Old As Time; Eaglettes Defeat Tullahoma Wildcats On Homecoming Night

SCHS Basketball Homecoming Travels Through Time

SCHS 2020 Basketball Homecoming takes you on a trip back to the beginning of time, makes a stop in the Renaissance, gives you a tour of the 1900s, and drops you off in the twenty-first century. Basketball Homecoming will take place during the week of January 13 and will give students the opportunity to dress … Continue reading SCHS Basketball Homecoming Travels Through Time

Dark: Tiny Town, Thrilling Story

Missing Children, Love Affairs, and Time Travel Dark, a German Netflix drama, is comparable to the widely-known Stranger Things. The series opens in a small town where everybody knows everybody and a teen boy is missing. Initially the show comes off as a crime thriller, aiming to solve the disappearance of a teen boy, but … Continue reading Dark: Tiny Town, Thrilling Story

SCHS Annual Great Can Food Drive: A Can, Can Make A World of Difference

SCHS Student Council will be conducting the annual Great Can Food Drive beginning November 18 and ending on November 26. Cans will be accepted in the theater lobby until 7:45 AM each day of the drive. All of the cans collected will be donated to local soup kitchens and food banks, and the animal items … Continue reading SCHS Annual Great Can Food Drive: A Can, Can Make A World of Difference

Renaissance Rally; A Battle for The Stars

On October 23, 2019, SCHS Renaissance held a rally featuring students and staffulty dressed up as superheroes and super villains. Renaissance put on an amusing show with their dance routine and skit, but the main goal of the rally was to acknowledge students for their good behavior and academic achievements. Teacher aids and staffulty were … Continue reading Renaissance Rally; A Battle for The Stars

2019-2020 Homecoming: “SCHS Goes Global!”

SCHS is having it's 2019-2020 Homecoming the week of September 30 -October 4! The theme for this year's football Homecoming is "SCHS Goes Global!" So grab your disposable cameras and get ready to take a trip around the globe! Dress-Up Days Monday, September 30: Sea World Day (Wear aquatic/scuba gear or dress up as marine … Continue reading 2019-2020 Homecoming: “SCHS Goes Global!”

Eaglettes To Face Off Against Franklin County

The Golden Eaglette Soccer team will face off against Franklin County for the second time on Tuesday, September 17th. Junior Varsity will begin at 5:00 PM and Varsity will start at 7:00 PM at SCHS. Put on your blue and gold, and come out to show your Eagle Pride and support for your Golden Eaglette … Continue reading Eaglettes To Face Off Against Franklin County