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SHS Spanish Classes Learn about Central American History and Culture
Steven Clodfelter

SHS Spanish Classes Visit Mint Museum

SHS Spanish Course Attend Field Trip

Salisbury High School's Spanish Language courses visited the Mint Museum in Charlotte to learn more about the various Meso-American cultures of the Mayans, Aztecs and Incas and the European (mostly Spanish) infiltration upon those cultures.  Students in Mrs. Harris's and Mrs. Garcia's classes took part in a fun, educational experience learning about how each of them have genetic and historic ties to both Spain and Central America.  Mrs. Garcia was very pleased with the collective student behavior.

 

  • Mint Museum
  • SHS
  • Spanish
Morrison Signs with East Carolina
Steven Clodfelter

Morrison signs with ECU

Kathryn Morrison signs with ECU

Senior Salisbury High School Swimming star Kathryn Morrison signed her Letter of Intent to swim with the East Carolina Pirates this afternoon.  Morrison is the defending NCHSAA State Champion in the 100m Backstroke, and finished third in the 100m Butterfly. 

 

Morrison has numerous awards and accomplishments in her time as the top swimmer for the Hornets.  She has been named Rowan County Swimmer of the Year for three consecutive years, CCC Conference Swimmer of the Year for the last two seasons, named to both All-County and All-Conference teams three years in a row.  Morrison also received national acclaim for her swimming and academic talents, being named a 2016 USA Swimming Scholastic All-American and a 2016 High School All-American.

 

Morrison is quite proud of her career at Salisbury High School.  “As a [high school] team, we have won conference and county meet championships for the past three years, which I have no doubt we will make that four this year.  I am so proud and honored to be a Hornet and can’t wait to see how we finish out this year!” 

 

Morrison will attend East Carolina University in Greenville, NC and study nursing or business.  Morrison is joined in the photo by her parents Tammy and Martin Morrison.

  • ECU
  • Morrison
  • SHS
  • Swimming
Knorr to Swim with the Pirates
Steven Clodfelter

Ethan Knorr Signs to Swim at ECU

Ethan Knorr with parents

Hornet standout swimmer Ethan Knorr has signed his Letter of Intent to continue his stellar swimming career at East Carolina University.  At SHS, Ethan was Male County Swimmer of the Year each of the last three years, and was named CCC Swimmer of the Year for the 2016-2017 season.
Ethan earned medals each of the last 3 years in the 500m Freestyle, setting a new state record of 4:33.98 in his run to the championship last season.
Ethan also medaled as a freshman in the 200m Individual Medley (IM), and became State champion with a time of 1:53.83 as a junior. 

At the club level, Ethan swims for the GCY Makos under coach Brad Herndon. He is a two-time NC Age Group State Champ in the 200m Backstroke and 400m IM. Ethan remains a member of the NC Zone Team (for the past 2 years), the NC Open Water Zone Team and has attended the USA Swimming Zone Select Camp. His most recent accomplishments include 5 top-20 finishes at this past summer’s YMCA National Champs: 2nd Place -- 400m IM; 3rd Place -- 1500m Freestyle; 5th Place -- 200m Backstroke; 9th Place -- 200m Butterfly; and 17th Place -- 400m freestyle. 

Ethan plans to study Chemistry in Greenville, and perhaps pursue a double major.  Ethan is joined in the photo by his parents Dr. Eric Knorr and Jamie Knorr.

 

  • ECU
  • Ethan Knorr
  • SHS
  • Swimming
Salisbury High School Seniors Show Out for Graduation Night
Steven Clodfelter

SHS Fall 2017 Graduation Project Presentation Night

Salisbury High seniors discuss their upcoming presentations

Fall semester seniors at Salisbury High School presented their projects to the community Tuesday evening.  Parents, teachers and community members enjoyed presentations from 70 Hornet prospective graduates on a variety of research topics.  Students compiled mentor hours and completed a research paper in addition to their presentation to a judging panel made of community leaders and staff.  

Students jump for joy in preparation for presentations

  • Graduation Project
  • SHS
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