Satsuma High School

TRADITION. VISION. INNOVATION.

Why Satsuma High School

100%

College & Career Ready

43

Extra-Curricular Opportunities

14

AP & Dual Enrollment Offerings

95%

Graduation Rate

Our Story

Our Community

The City of Satsuma, established in 1959, has a modest population of 6,168. The City continually experiences growth. The Satsuma School District is highly supported by the community with active PTO’s and an Educational Foundation. The occupancy rate in Satsuma is very high because families strive to move into the city in order to attend the schools.

Our School

Satsuma High School is building a tradition of achievement in academics, athletics, and the arts as evidenced by AdvancED Accreditation. We take pride in providing students and their families a safe, nurturing, and challenging learning environment. We are excited about the promise of new ideas and new initiatives that will help create an even better school for the students in grades 7th through 12th and families we serve.

Our Students

Satsuma High School is building a tradition of achievement in academics, athletics, and the arts as evidenced by AdvancED Accreditation. We take pride in providing students and their families a safe, nurturing, and challenging learning environment. We are excited about the promise of new ideas and new initiatives that will help create an even better school for the students in grades 7th through 12th and families we serve.

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About Satsuma High School

  • Satsuma High School provides relevant content and skills in reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, science, physical activities, fine arts, wellness, technology, library media, and daily life lessons. We provide extracurricular activities that enhance the learning of students and provide differentiated instruction daily. Satsuma High School places a strong emphasis on preparing students to become productive citizens through academics, community service, and career preparedness. The implementation of the College and Career Ready Standards and more rigorous expectations have allowed students to become leaders.

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