Jaguar Games

For the first time ever, the SCCPS high school is having a field day called the Jaguar Games after our school’s mascot, the jaguar. The event will take place in May and will include both physical and mental activities. The event is planned and fundraised by Tyler Aiken and his human performance workshop. Some of […]

Debate Team!

SSCPS is filled with highly intelligent and talented students. Debate team is looking for just that. We debate a various amount of topics, from gun control to the internet of things (yes, really). We go to competitions all over Massachusetts, and after a long day, we go to Friendly’s as a team for some dinner […]

Upcoming Events

Thursday, March 1st School Council, 3:30pm-4:30pm   Saturday, March 3rd Ski Club, 6:30am-6:30pm   Tuesday, March 6th Family Coding Night with Jenny, 6pm-7pm   Wednesday, March 7th Prof. Development Early Release, 12:00pm   Thursday, March 8th Level II BSO Field Trip Board of Trustees Meeting, 7:30pm-9:00pm   Saturday, March 10th Ski Club, 6:30am-6:30pm   Wednesday, […]

Alumni Interview

2007 Charter graduate Jane Sullivan, teaches in Level III. She had Ms. Campbell and Marianne as teachers along with Mary Carter as her guidance counselor in high school. She attended Providence College for her undergraduate degree, and went to Boston University for her masters. She says that Charter prepared her well in the area of […]

Mock Trial Workshop

The mock trial workshop is currently in multiple mock trial competitions against different schools in many different towns. The workshop is lead by freshman history teacher Margaret Bulger, and consists of a group of students who enjoy practicing law at mock trial competitions, and who have the skills it takes for competing. They have had […]

Key Club

If you’ve been listening during morning meeting throughout the past few weeks, you may have heard juniors Molly Sullivan and Marin Gregory promoting the newly introduced SSCPS Key Club. A Key Club is “an international, student-led organization, that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership.” Run by the international […]

Recognition at Graduation

Graduation is quickly approaching, with only three months left until the big day. With 49 students graduating this year, some are wondering if they will have a chance to be recognized at graduation in June 2018. After speaking with Principal Angie Pepin, she said that all current senior students in National Honors Society (NHS) and […]


The boys basketball team currently stands at 3rd in the league, with 5 wins and only 3 losses. Myles Wilson leads the team in scoring, with 120 points so far this season. Following Wilson is Frankie Sullivan, with 96 points scored thus far. The boys came away victorious at their game against Salem Academy Charter […]