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South Harrison High School
South Harrison High School Hawks

3073 Hawk Highway

Lost Creek, WV 26385

304-326-7440

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Click here to Purchase your 2018-19 SHHS Yearbook


THE 2017-18 YEARBOOKS ARE IN AND CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE SCHOOL DURING REGULAR SCHOOL HOURS.

2017-18 Yearbooks can be purchased for $50 if you did not order one!



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SOUTH HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL WEBSITE


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Important Information/Updates



IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR


College & Career Fair
@Lincoln High School

Grades 9 - 12

6:00pm - 8:00pm


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The SHHS FBLA is currently taking order for Alumni t-shirts.  Shirts are $15.00 each and come in gray or white.  Orders will be taken at home football games or contact Mrs. Cole at  South Harrison

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Congratulations to the September Students of the Month:

  • 12th -- Jorden Stout and Lauren Moore
  • 11th -- Garrett Davis
  • 10th -- Morgan Riley
  • 9th -- Emily Bennett


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ALMA MATER

Hail to thee our Alma Mater,

Hail South Harrison High

Memories of once were near thee,

Never more to die.

Friends we are and the friends we’ll always be

Until the end of time.

Hail to thee our Alma Mater,

Hail South Harrison High.

There you caused our joys – our sorrows

While time has passed us by,

Hail to thee our Alma Mater,

Hail South Harrison High.

SHHS Summative Assessment

South Harrison High School has partnered with Parchment to order and send your transcript and other credentials securely.




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.