Play-cocurricular      It is South Shore School District's belief that student participation in co-curricular activities can afford certain training and learning experiences not ordinarily obtainable in the regular academic curriculum. The purpose of the co-curricular programs in the District is more than the satisfaction of the participants, but includes important goals such as character development, proper health habits, team and school spirit, leadership, and good citizenship skills.

Co-Curricular Activites Rules and Regulations

Co-Curricular Activities Acknowledgement Form


     Quiz Bowl-In High Quiz Bowl, teams of 1-4 students compete against teams from other districts to answer questions.  The students compete after school in the fiber optics classroom, viewing their competitors and the judge on live video.  The questions cover a range of topics including science, math, literature, geography, history, and music.  There are approximately 12 matches per year, with a final tournament taking place at CESA-12 in Ashland in February.  



Solo/Ensemble Competitions


Tech Club