Salisbury High School: History & Mission
History of Salisbury High School
Salisbury High School was constructed in 1926, and originally named Boyden High School. In 1971, Boyden High School and Price High School were consolidated under the name "Salisbury High School." Salisbury High School has one of the most diverse student populations in Rowan County, and boasts a proud tradition of academic and athletic excellence.
Salisbury High School Mission Statement
Our high school provides an inclusive, safe environment that stimulates learning and fosters a productive community of learners prepared to continue their intellectual, emotional, and social development while offering a welcoming atmosphere for all of our families and community.
"Learn Today, L.E.A.D. tomorrow."
L- Learning Life Skills
E- Embracing Diversity and Global Competency
A- Analyzing Strengths
D- Developing Social, Emotional and Communication Skills
Salisbury High School has been identified as a Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) school by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Specifically, the school has been designated as a TSI-Additional Targeted Support (TSI-AT) school and has one or more subgroup(s) where the subgroup performance grade score is below the highest CSI school’s ALL STUDENT group during the identification year.