Seguin High School students, faculty/staff surprised with special Valentine's Day gift
Posted on 2/19/2019 5:23:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- No Seguin High School student, teacher or staff member went unloved on Valentine's Day. In fact, all 2,131 individuals who belong to the campus went home with a special Valentine.
Thanks to members of the Seguin High School Student Council, everyone at the campus was surprised on Thursday with what students called the Valentine's Day Wall. The wall was covered from top to bottom with tri color paper hearts.
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Homecoming week currently underway at Seguin High School
Posted on 10/9/2018 7:25:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- It's Homecoming Week at Seguin High School, and the community is encouraged to show off its Matador Spirit. It's a shortened week for students at SHS, because they are out of school on Thursday and Friday, but they still have a schedule packed with homecoming activities.
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SHS Band to host two nights of El Toro
Posted on 5/24/2018 9:00:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- The Seguin Matador Band is inviting you over for its grand finale performance. This marks the second year that the band will be hosting El Toro, a Matador Band Stage Production.
Band Director Stan Mauldin says after last year's El Toro event, the band knew very quickly that it would become an annual tradition for the program.
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Western Governors University celebrates 100,000th graduate, a SHS teacher, with special donation for his classroom
Posted on 2/6/2018 7:33:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- When Mark Weber, an English teacher at Seguin High School, completed his master's degree in educational leadership at WGU Texas he was excited and proud but he had no idea that he would be Western Governors University's 100,000th graduate. Weber claimed that 100,000th spot among all others students who have continued their education through the online, nonprofit university established by 19 U.S. Governors 21 years ago.
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Seguin High School thespians succeed at state festival
Posted on 11/30/2017 7:44:00 AM.

(Seguin) - Members of the Seguin High School Theatre Arts program attended the annual Texas Thespian Festival in Grapevine Nov. 15-17. At the event, Amber Mawande-Spytek received a Musical Theatre scholarship to the tune of $1,000.00. She also received a superior rating and qualified for nationals in Solo Musical.
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