Senior Video Projects - Click HERE            

For access to the Chromebook Portal (with a link to Clever) please use this link.

Underclassmen Drop Off
Underclassmen drop off dates and times:
Juniors - May 26 from 12:00-4:00
Sophomores - May 27 from 12:00-4:00
Freshmen - May 28 from 12:00-4:00

Bring your:
  • Textbooks
  • Library Books/Fines
  • Dry-cleaned chorus dresses/tuxedos and music folders
  • JROTC Uniforms
  • Band/String Instruments
  • Fines/Fees owed
  • After taking care of the above items, students may pick-up their 2020 yearbooks (if they purchased one)
  • Underclassmen are to keep their chromebooks and spring athletic uniforms until the start of the 2020-2021 school year
Drop Off/Pick Up will take place in the bus loop in front of the SHS cafeteria. Please remain in your car!


2020 Senior Honors Evening Video

SHS Class of 2020 Senior Slide Show

2020 Underclassmen Awards Night Video

Through the pursuit of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics, the mission of Seneca High School is to create lifelong learners who are prepared to compete in a global environment and actively participate in diverse societies.


Drive Smart is a driving course, taught by the SDOC School Resource Officers, that all students must take prior to driving and parking on one of our campuses. This four-hour course will be taught at each of our three high schools and is designed to help teens gain the knowledge to drive defensively. The Drive Smart driving course will take the place of the requirement for Alive at 25. A student may still take the Alive at 25 course instead of Drive Smart.  Cost of the course is $25.00, this money will be used to pay the instructor and repaint parking lots on all of our campuses.

Drive Smart will be offered on June 6 at West Oak High School and June 13 at Walhalla High School.

Click HERE to sign-up/pay for the course.

Palmetto's Finest logo

Seneca High School has been named Palmetto’s Finest High School in South Carolina! Our students, faculty, and staff have had a tremendous year academically, artistically, and athletically. In addition to being named Palmetto’s Finest, a high point this year was accomplishing a graduation rate of 88.9%.  We are proud of our diverse student population and the communities that each student represents. We are equally proud of Seneca High, a school that is a direct reflection of our involved and supportive community. Join me in applauding the efforts made by our student body, faculty and staff, and community stakeholders as we continue to pursue our goals as the best high school in South Carolina!

Seneca High nationally ranked logo
Seneca High School Nationally Ranked

Seneca High School has been awarded a Silver Medal from U.S. News and World Report as a Best High School in South Carolina. Seneca High School is ranked number 19 in South Carolina, and number 2360 nationally. U.S. News and World Report uses the South Carolina State Assessment Program results as well as Advanced Placement Test results to determine the best high schools in the nation. According to U.S. News and World Report, “Only high schools that were ranked in the top 30% of all public high schools in the US earned the right to a U.S. News Best High School 2016 medal.”


  • Senior Honors Evening & Underclassmen Awards Night May 22 @ 6 PM & 8 PM Please join us virtually for our Senior Honors Evening celebration Friday, May 22nd at 6:00 PM.You can stream this event on our Facebook page:Seneca Senior High School ...
    Posted May 21, 2020, 7:33 PM by Nickie Powell
  • Senior Drop Off Day - May 18th On Monday, May 18th SHS will be holding a Senior Drop Off Day. Seniors can come from 9 AM-12 PM or 3 PM-6 PM to turn in the ...
    Posted May 12, 2020, 12:59 PM by Nickie Powell
  • NEW Physical Form Required for 2020-21 Athletics If you plan to play a sport at Seneca High School during the 2020-2021 school year, please see attached for the NEW Physical Form. This NEW form is required ...
    Posted May 5, 2020, 7:58 AM by Nickie Powell
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Seneca High School will graduate students who can communicate effectively, solve problems competently, think critically and creatively, act responsibly, and recognize and respect the right of individual differences.

Students will be lifelong learners who are technologically literate and globally minded. This will be accomplished by a professional staff through skilled instruction with appropriate assessment, up-to-date facilities and resources, parental involvement, and collaboration with business and community.

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