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Peer Leaders Going Strong

The Peer Leadership Program has had a tremendous run at Susquehanna Valley High School, and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. More +
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SV students learning the language of thanks and appreciation

At Richard T. Stank Middle School and Susquehanna Valley High School, students in Brooke Biancucci's Spanish classes have created a "wall of gratitude" to showcase not only their love and appreciation for the people (and pets) in their lives, but also their ability to express it in another language! More +
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Sabers shine at annual robotics competition

A group of Susquehanna Valley High School students put their skills to the test Tuesday, March 28 at the annual SUNY-Broome Robotics competition, and walked away with some impressive results. More +
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Volleyball tournament shines light on important issues

The Susquehanna Valley High School Peer Leaders program has always been focused on bringing positive messages and hope to young people, and that mission was accomplished in a big way Thursday, March 9 on the volleyball courts in the SV High gymnasium. More +

Junior Student and Parent Night

Susquehanna Valley High School will be holding a Junior Student and Parent Night, Wednesday, April 5, 2023 at 7:00PM in the High School Auditorium. Counselors will review the different pathways after graduation, the college application process and important action steps students should be taking as juniors to prepare for their final year of high school. We will also outline what to expect for senior year. Our Assistant Principal Mr. Tarnowski will be there to discuss planning for the Chem-Free After Prom Party as well.
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Workforce Wednesdays at SV High

Workforce Wednesday is BACK at Susquehanna Valley High School! We've got a big room set aside for students to speak with representatives from area employers. Each Wednesday on their free time, students can drop in to get a quick overview of what kinds of skills these employers are looking for, and what students will need to do academically and otherwise to prepare themselves to qualify for jobs there. We are very grateful to the employers who have volunteered to send representatives to our building for Workforce Wednesday.
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SV students tour BOCES CTE programs

More than fifty Susquehanna Valley High School students got a first hand look at possible career options at an exciting event at Broome-Tioga BOCES March 1. It was a chance for BOCES to showcase all the wonderful opportunities for career and technical education, and - most importantly - a chance for students to get an inside track on what academic path to take to their chosen field.
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A look at more of the SV High School Class of 2023 top students

The Susquehanna Valley High School Class of 2023 has a deep roster of gifted and talented students. With the outstanding Justin Pencek and Lauren Hannigan leading the class as Valedictorian and Salutatorian, the remainder of the top ten percent of high-achieving students provide a host of reasons for Saber pride!
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Justin Pencek and Lauren Hannigan

Pencek, Hannigan lead SV High School Class of 2023

Two outstanding young people have earned top academic honors in the Susquehanna Valley High School Class of 2023. Justin Pencek is class Valedictorian, Lauren Hannigan is class Salutatorian. More +
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B-U Prof brings encouraging message SV High

During a one hour interactive presentation February 15, Binghamton University School of Management Professor Jerah Reeves encouraged SV High School students to see their future with a clear vision. SV High Principal Sydelle Steward and Assistant Principal Zach Tarnowski invited Reeves to speak to students during 4th period, delivering a message centered on identifying goals and visualizing the path that will lead them to those goals. Students were able to weigh in in real time during parts of the presentation, answering questions on their phones and, at one point, demonstrating ways to help each other navigate the unknown. PHOTOS HERE.
CHARACTERS from freaky friday

Saber Stage says thank you!

The cast and crew of Freaky Friday - The Musical wishes to thank everyone who attended our production the weekend of February 24-26. We are grateful for the wonderful support!
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Trio of SV High Musicians shine at Area All State

Susquehanna Valley High School's Julie LaMantia, Anastasia Ostrowsky, and Andrew Waite were members of the Honors Area All State Band and Orchestra, elite ensembles featuring the top musicians from central New York including Broome, Cortland, Tompkins, and Onondaga Counties. The trio joined their peers to perform a concert to a packed house at Ithaca College on February 4. SEE A FULL SIZE PICTURE
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SV's Hogan is WICZ Athlete of the Week

It's been a pretty special year for a pretty special Saber senior. Brynn Hogan was the lone senior on the Girls Varsity Basketball team, so the February 8 Senior Night became a Cele-BRYNN-tion! (PHOTOS HERE). And wouldn't you just know it? The Sabers used the occasion to clinch the STAC East Division title! But that's not all. Brynn has also been named WICZ Fox-40 Athlete of the Week! See the story HERE.
Elizabeth Leon

SV High's Elizabeth Leon joins peers at Hatala Orthodontics Shadow Day

On Groundhog Day, February 2, while the world was waiting to see if Phil saw his shadow in Punxsutawney, PA., Susquehanna Valley High School junior Elizabeth Leon was doing some shadowing of her own. More +
Joey-Ariel Alsdorf

Way to go Joey-Ariel!

Susquehanna Valley High School junior Joey-Ariel Alsdorf got some well-earned recognition from Broome-Tioga BOCES as the second marking period came to a close in her Cosmetology 1 class, being recognized as "Most Improved"! We shared the good news on our SV Facebook page, as well.
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SV's Crisman is all business at New Visions

Susquehanna Valley High School senior Cassandra "Cat" Crisman has already begun to build her business resume, thanks to some real world experience in a business venture with her peers from the Broome-Tioga BOCES New Visions program and Junior Achievement. More +

SV to offer lifeguard training

Susquehanna Valley High School will be offering blended learning Red Cross Lifeguarding classes starting in late February. Lifeguard course participants must be 15 years old, a strong swimmer and must pass a swimming pre-test.  Anyone interested must complete this Lifeguard Registration Google Form: ( Any questions can be directed to Teresa Steflik, (SV lifeguard trainer & Varsity Girls/Boys Swimming & Diving team, Head Coach): [email protected].
Brynn Hogan

Runner of the Year Brynn Hogan signs with Binghamton University

It's not every day that a Susquehanna Valley student gets to sign her college commitment letter on the same day she's named Runner of the Year, but for Brynn Hogan that day was December 21, 2022. More +
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SV High Winter Concert in tune with the holidays

The holiday season is in full swing in Saber Country, and Susquehanna Valley High School's music department hit all the right notes with its Winter Concert December 8 in the high school auditorium. More +
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SV High students participate in PNA survey

Susquehanna Valley High School students are once again participating in the Broome County Mental Health Department's Prevention Needs Assessment Survey, answering questions on mental health and substance abuse issues.  More +

SVHS Calendar


Senior Breakfast

Mon Jun 12 2023

Senior Awards Assembly

Tue Jun 13 2023