The project entails the erection of a new Sharon High School. The new school will have new electrical, HVAC, tel/data, fire alarm, fire protection system, plumbing, windows, interior finishes, parking lots, athletic fields, and related site/civil construction. The new building will be built on the same site as the current high school, necessitating comprehensive logistic planning and coordination, which will be broken down into several stages. It’s worth noting that the new high school is located near conservation wetlands and Lake Massapoag.
Sharon High School (SHS) is a public high school in Sharon, Massachusetts, that serves the residents of the town. It is part of the Sharon Public Schools system which serves students in grades 9 through 12. The building is less than a mile from the town center, at 181 Pond Street.
The student body is made up of 52 percent men and 47 percent women, with a total minority enrollment of 39.6%.
 Sharon High School was named a National Blue Ribbon School by the United States Department of Education in 2011.
 Advanced Placement (AP) coursework and tests are available to students. Sharon High School has a 62 percent AP enrollment rate.
The new structure was built in 1956 to replace the Charles R. Wilber School, which had previously served as the town’s high school.
 To the southeast of the high school, there is a track and field complex, as well as a baseball field, softball field, and five tennis courts.
 In 2013, SMMA was hired to conduct a current commissions report on the building in order to assess its capital requirements. Many flaws and issues were highlighted in the study. The building did not meet the Massachusetts School Building Authority’s (MSBA) standards, such as classroom sizes and science lab sizes, with just two of the eight laboratories meeting the requirements.  The study also identified administrative issues that were in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, for which the district was fined several times.  In addition, the structure lacked adequate space, was in poor and deteriorated condition, and had aging mechanical and electrical systems. Due to these issues, teachers must roll materials and change classes, students must eat lunch in the hallways, wheelchairs are unable to enter some areas of the school, water is allowed into the building due to wall cracks, cafeteria refrigerators must be stored outside, and winter sports must be conducted inside and in the hallways. [nine] [nine] (12)
For the 2017-18 academic year, 50-54 percent of students achieved math proficiency (which is higher than the Pennsylvania state average of 45 percent). For the 2017-18 academic year, 65-69 percent of students achieved proficiency in reading/language arts (which is higher than the Pennsylvania state average of 63 percent).
Overview of the School
For the past five school years, Sharon High School’s student population of 535 students has remained reasonably stable.
Over the course of five school years, the teacher population of 35 has increased by 16%. Grades Available 9th and 12th grades Total Number of Students535
For the 2017-18 school year, Sharon High School was ranked in the top half of all 2,820 schools in Pennsylvania (based on combined math and reading proficiency testing data).
Sharon High School has a diversity ranking of 0.52, which is lower than the statewide average of 0.53. For the last five years, the school’s diversity has remained relatively constant.
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The Sharon Tiger’s 2020-21 wrestling team is proud to be included on this year’s D10 All-Region teams. Mike Mazurek, a sophomore, was named to the Region 1 first team (285lb). Sharon seniors Seth Evans (152), Nick Dignall (172lb), and Aidan Buck earned second team Region 1 honors (189). Congratulations to all of our Tiger wrestlers and coaches, as well as our student-athletes.
The Sharon Tigers’ 2020-21 Boys Swim Team is proud to have a strong presence on the D10 All-Region team this year. The following players earned the Boys Region 1 All-Region Award: First Team: Mark Cattron (200 Free, 200I IM, 100 Back, 400 Free Relay), Gabe Kirsch (400 Free Relay), Jake Cattron (Free Relay), and Ty Chartraw (200 Free, 200I IM, 100 Back, 400 Free Relay) (400 Free Relay). Jake Cattron, a senior, was named to the second team (100 Breaststroke). Mark Cattron, a freshman, was named Region 1 Swimmer/Diver of the Year! All of our student-athletes, as well as coach Tomasello and all of our Tiger coaches and players, deserve congratulations.