3073 Hawk Highway

Lost Creek, WV 26385





Important Information/Updates


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Harrison County College and Career Fair will be held on October 15, from 6-8, at RCB
A parenting class will be offered by a group of our school counselors.  The classes go for seven straight Tuesdays beginning October 6th and will be repeated again starting Tuesday, March 1.  

Watch this amazing video showing the true meaning of School Spirit...... SHHS School Spirit


Homecoming Game against Calhoun County will be on Friday, October 2, 2015 @ Gary Barnett Football Field!  Kickoff @ 7:30 with crowning of the 2015 Homecoming Queen during halftime!

Homecoming will held on Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 8-11 in the South Harrison Gymnasium.

ACT Math Prep Class:  John Ebert will be presenting an ACT Prep Class on Monday Oct. 12 and Wednesday Oct. 14 from 5 pm - 7 pm AND 7 pm - 9 pm.  There will be an Advanced Class on October 18 from 5 pm - 7 pm.  All sessions will be held in the BMS LGI.

October ACT Information:  The Registration Deadline for the October 24 ACT is September 18, with Late Fees accepted until October 2.  Please visit  http://www.actstudent.org/regist/  to register for the ACT.

2015 College and Career Fair:  Please mark your calendars for October 15 for the Harrison County Schools College and Career Fair.  The event will be held in the RCB Gym from 6 pm - 8 pm.  ALL High School students and their parents are encouraged to attend.  There will be lots of opportunities for students to speak with colleges and potential employers that have jobs available for high school graduates.

In 1965, Lost Creek High School and West Milford's Unidis High School were consolidated to create South Harrison High School. This new school was a grade 7-12 facility. In the summer of 1996, the Harrison County Board members officially separated South Harrison High School and South Harrison Middle School into two facilities.

In 2006, the Harrison County Board voted and once again placed the high school and middle school under one administration.
Again in 2010, the Harrison County Board members voted to once again split the High School and Middle School into two separate facilities.