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  • Drivers Education

    Did you know that there is a FREE Driver’s Education Program at SFHS? 


    This 9 week Drivers Ed course is available during the school year and is given at SFHS. Seating is limited and pre-registration is required. Registration is open for all 4 quarters for the Log onto: A Treasure Coast Driving School Website. Click on the white road sign that reads: “Driver’s Ed at My School” and follow the links to the information for SFHS. Have a question? Call the ATCDS Office at 772-220-0510

    TREASURE COAST TOYOTA OF STUART & A TREASURE COAST DRIVING SCHOOL are teaming up to keep you safe while driving and give you a chance to win the use of a BRAND NEW 2018 TOYOTA COROLLA!

    Go to to register and see complete rules of contest, drawing is December 31, 2018.

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  • Youth in Government

    The First Youth In Government Meeting for 2018-19 school year will be held on

    Wednesday, August 22nd from 3:00 to 5:00 pm, in the media center. 

    We welcome all freshman and all new members.  Come for the YIG Experience, meet our student-led leadership, and learn of the great plans for this year.  Earn college credit, become connected in the community, and learn how to become a legislator or lawyer. 

    A make-up meeting will be held Friday morning at 8:00 am in Mr. Welch’s room.

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  • Hope Scholarship - Frequently Asked Questions

    This scholarship gives parents the opportunity to transfer their child to another K-12 public school with capacity within the school district, receive a scholarship to transport the student to a public school in another school district, or to request a scholarship for the student to attend an eligible private school. A qualifying incident must have taken place at a public K-12 educational institution, any school-related or school-sponsored program or activity, riding on the school bus or waiting at the school bus stop.


    Please see the following link for further information about the Hope Scholarship Program: Hope Scholarship FAQ/Resources

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  • Laptops for Learning (L4L)

    The L4L program will be continuing this year with laptops available for all students grades 9 – 11. 9th-grade students will get their laptop during their English 1 class on 8/16 and 8/17.

    Students in 10th and 11th grade already have their laptops. They must complete the L4L registration form again and remit the $25.00 rental obligation. Forms will be distributed with the student handbook and should be collected by classroom teachers and returned to student services. The $25.00 rental fee can be paid at the media center or Linda Higgins office before school or during lunches. 10th 11th-grade students who did not previously opt-in, but would now like to, may.

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  • Dress Code

    Before shopping for new back-to-school clothes, please remember that they must adhere to the Martin County School District dress code. 

    Please click the following link for our Code of Conduct 2018-2019 Student Dress Code.


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