Welcome to Solomon High School

409 N. Pine
Solomon, KS 67480


Course Catalog

View the possible classes students can enroll in at Solomon High School here.

High School News

For more news and articles specifically about the High School go to our News page.

College and Career Preparation

Preparing our students for the next step in their educational journey is a priority at Solomon High School. Our guidance counselors work closely with students to provide personalized college and career planning support. We provide students with the opportunity to enroll in concurrent or dual courses at Salina Tech or take classes with K-State Salina, which enables students to earn college credit while still in high school. For more information, visit the Counseling Center.

We ensure that every student is future-ready by using Xello. Xello is a tool that can help students to explore different career options, manage course selections online--and plan various pathways to meet the requirements for their desired career path. Parents and Guardians can request access to their student's Xello profile to follow along. Contact the Counseling Center to request access.

Client-Connected Projects

These Solomon programs provide students with real-world experiences, allowing them to apply classroom learning to practical situations with external clients. These projects foster crucial skills and bridge the gap between theory and practice, preparing students for future careers while instilling a sense of responsibility and purpose.

  • Gorilla Grub

  • Big Red T's

  • Agriculture and Shop fabrication

  • Art

  • Senior 101

  • Dickinson County CEO

Industry-Recognized Credentials

 These credentials serve as tangible evidence of a student's proficiency and readiness for specific career paths. They contribute to the overall goal of education by aligning curricula with the demands of the job market, fostering a more seamless transition from education to employment, and empowering students to make informed choices about their future careers. Additionally, these credentials can enhance students' competitiveness in the job market and open doors to diverse opportunities, creating a more dynamic and skilled workforce.

  • OSHA

  • CNA and CMA

  • Work Keys Certificates

  • Early Childhood Education Certificates

  • Serve Safe Accreditation

Community Service

Each high school student must earn five hours of community service a year, giving them a minimum total of twenty hours of hard work to be proud of by the time they graduate. Why do Gorillas believe in giving back to our community? Learn more about our community service projects here.

Join Us

Come join us in your journey of growth, discovery, and achievement at SHS. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our programs, faculty, and the exciting opportunities that await you. If you are interested in attending our school and would like to schedule a visit and tour, please call 785-655-2541.

Students at Solomon will enjoy:

  • Dedicated, professional, and caring staff and administration

  • Secure buildings that are locked during the day so that visitors must buzz in (safety is a priority)

  • Our dedication to small class sizes (average size is 12)

  • Current 1:1 iPad initiative for K – 2nd grade students, and 3rd – 12th grade 1:1 Chromebook devices.

  • After-School Tutoring Program District-wide

  • Summer Driver’s Education Program

  • Many new Career and Technical Education Certification programs for Free Concurrent College Credit

  • Variety of extra-curricular activities

  • Individual Student Plans for all students 7-12 with Career Cruising and interest surveys

  • PK-12 School Social Worker to help meet the needs of all our student needs: socially, emotionally, and academically

  • After-School Tutoring Program District-wide

  • Technology in learning is a top priority, STEM program implemented into our curriculum

  • Incentives for students based on academics, behavior, and attendance

  • All Day Kindergarten

  • School Sponsored Preschool Program on site- Full Day, 5 day a week; 4 year old program on a sliding scale based on income level. $150 per month full pay, $75 per month for reduced, and $0 for free based upon Free and Reduced Lunch application.

  • Strong MTSS (Multi-tiered Systems of Support) Reading Program K-8