St. Clair County High School

Every Student Prepared

  • Stay connected and informed with the SCCS App.  You can select specific schools!  Click Here For Help Downloading the SCCS App

  • Please view the In-Person Instruction Plan for 2021-2022 Click Here to View

  • All students who plan to co-op this year must attend ECTC on August 10th or August 11th depending on their alphabet.  They must attend orientation with Ms. Haynes in order to participate in the co-op program.



    Attention St. Clair County High School Students and Parents,

    There will be a make-up registration date on August 4th from 12pm-3pm for both new and returning students.

    New students will need to bring the following forms:

    1. Immunization Form

    2. 2 Proofs of Residency

    3. Withdrawal paperwork from the previous school

    4. Custody paperwork (if applicable)

    5. Must have completed New Student Information on Power Schools

      • This is only for student transferring to SCCHS from another school.

      • This does include students transferring from the St. Clair Virtual Preparatory Academy. Students transferring from the VPA must unenroll from the VPA prior to (re)enrolling in SCCHS.

      • This does not include student who were part of the “Hybrid Program” for the 2020-2021 school year. These students should not have been unenrolled from SCCHS.


    All students must be registered on Power Schools prior to arriving for registration. Snapcodes have been sent to the email provided in Inow by the parents and students. Parents should also have uploaded proof of residency forms to Power Schools to be checked by school officials. This applies to new and returning students. Proof of residency documents may include

    • A copy of lease or mortgage agreement

    • 2 proofs of residence (examples-but not limited to):

      • Copy of current utility bills in a parent’s/guardian’s name (power, gas, water, telephone, etc.)

      • Property Tax Notice

      • Voter Registration Card

    Students should bring the following documents to registration if applicable (downloadable from or you may follow the provided link):

    • Drug Testing Policy Consent Form: All students who drive or participate in any extracurricular activity (athletics, academic teams/clubs, ROTC, etc.) must have this form competed. The form can be downloaded from the link below this post.

    • Student Parking Form: All student drivers must complete this form. Sophomores through Seniors are allowed to drive. Freshmen are not currently allowed to drive due to parking space constraints. The form can be downloaded from the link below.

    • Dual Enrollment Students: If you have registered for Dual Enrollment through Jeff State, please bring a photo ID to be copied for Jeff State.

    • Proof of Residency if it was not uploaded to Power Schools

    Students may pay fees at registration or online through Instructions for the use of Paypams can be found at

    • Locker Fee-$15.00. All students are required to have a locker. Students are not allowed to carry bookbags during the school day.

    • Parking Pass Fee- $25.00. All student drivers must have a Student Parking Form turned in along with this fee.

    • Academic Donation- $30.00.

    • Senior Fee- $60.00. This fee is required for all seniors. Jostens Graduation Products will meet with seniors during the first weeks of school with information regarding additional graduate needs.

    Dual Enrollment Students: Please bring your photo ID so a copy can be made for Jeff State.

    Student Drug Testing Program Procedures and Consent Form

    Parking Permit Form

    Painted Parking Space Agreement (Juniors and Seniors only)

    PayPams General Instructions


    Summer School Information


    Summer Readings

    Honors English 9

    Honors English 10

    AP Language

    Honors English 12


    Registration materials

    9th Grade Course Selection Sheet

    10th grade course selection sheet

    11th grade course selection sheet

    12th grade course selection sheet

    AP and Dual Enrollment agreement

    Early Out Agreement

    Cooperative Education Application

    Career Tech Application Instructions




    Interested in being a substitute?  Click here to see how!


    Parents, here is information about the McKinney Vento Act.  If you have any questions about it to please contact the Counseling Office.  McKinney-Vento Act video

    Ironworker Skills Institute Application ISI App



    Attention St. Clair County Parents,

    In order to qualify for free or reduced meals, parents must complete a new free and reduced meal application every school year.

    The online Free and Reduced Price Meal Applications are now available for the 2020-2021 school year and can be accessed on this website in the Quick Links section of the Homepage.


    While paper applications were provided to parents on the first day of school, the online application is by far the most accurate and efficient method to apply for Free or Reduced Priced Meals. We highly encourage all parents to take advantage of this simple to use and fast process.

    Students that were free or reduced meal status during this 2019-2020 school year will revert to full paid status on Friday October 2nd unless a new meal application is submitted and approved based on USDA eligibility guidelines.

    School meals are available for all students in all learning scenarios, including Hybrid and those that are enrolled in the Virtual Preparatory Academy.  Continue reading on this page for more information on curbside pick-up. Have a great year!


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