Principal's Message  
Dear Somerville High School Community:

As we reach the mid point of the 2013-2014 school year we remain committed to meeting the academic needs of our students while providing a healthy and safe educational environment for all our participants. This “All In” commitment made by district staff and administration fosters collaboration in support of our students. 

We  continue to analyze and monitor our programs to ensure that we are providing services that are second to none.  We are presently exploring enhancements in the areas of guidance services, post secondary transitional services, and programs that integrate the community and curriculum.  These Wildly Important Goals (WIG) are providing us with an opportunity to research, explore, implement and/or improve already established programs.  

As a school community we will work together and continue to strive for excellence.  We are “All In” at the Ville!   

Gerard T. Foley
Updated on 01/23/2014 

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The Somerville High School community is committed to increasing 
opportunities for active student, teacher, parent, and community engagement through a programmatic framework.

 SHS Mission Statement

 “SHS is a community of learners that embraces a student’s ability to promote their growth through a variety of skill sets.  Our extensive academic and extracurricular programs will encourage critical thinking and innovative patterns of thought while promoting a global perspective with real world applications. In preparation for career fields of the 21st century, students will be able to effectively analyze relevant global trends and events in an instructional environment that reinforces cross-curricular connections.”



  • X The Text Campaign
    Please click on the following link for more information about our X The Text Campaign Xthetextcampaign

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  • Somerville Board of Health
    The Somerville Board of Health would like to know how they can serve you better. Click here to access the survey. Click Here to learn more. 

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  • Somerville Academy of Liberal Arts
    Additional Parent Information Nights will be held in the Media Centers of Somerville Middle School on April 22 at 6:30 p.m. and at Branchburg Central Middle School on May 6, 2014.  Join us to learn more about this exciting opportunity! 

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  •  Local Scholarships
    Somerville High School is fortunate to have the opportunity to offer local scholarships to our senior students. In order to be considered for a scholarship, an application form must be filled out and returned to the Guidance Office, Attention: Local Scholarships by no later than FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 2014. The following link has more information

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  • Letter from Mr. Foley

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  • Please click on the link below to find more information about pedestrian safety:

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  • Annual Integrated Pest Management Notice
    The 2013-14 Annual Integrated Pest Management Notice has been distributed to students in homeroom.  
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  • Students of the Month
     MARCH 2014

     Cris Balboa & Carissa Keung

    Joe Mosca & Maricah Agustin

    Connor Gibbons & Paige Durrant

    Nicholas Blue & Laura Way


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