About the PTSO


The goal of the South County PTSO is to create a better school and a better educational experience for our students and to promote and endorse the professionalism of our teaching and support staff while ensuring cooperation among the parents and teachers in the education process.

What Does the PTSO Do?

The PTSO serves all South County students by providing volunteer support and financial assistance to various clubs and requests throughout the school year.  Our fundraising efforts allow us to provide school-focused programs and services such as:

  • Academic enrichment
  • Classroom support
  • Club and honor society grants
  • Honor roll ceremonies
  • Academic letter award ceremony
  • Parent awareness and education programs
  • Practice tests and test training
  • PTSO scholarships
  • Teacher and staff appreciation events
  • Science fair
  • Providing the SCHS Student Directory
  • Odyssey of the Mind
  • Girls State and Boys State
  • Hosts the All Night Grad Party (ANGP) and Baccalaureate Ceremony

How Can You Help?

  • Join and participate in the PTSO. Becoming a member means you support our organization and believe in what we’re doing. We ask for no further obligation unless you want to be more involved.
  • Volunteer your time and skills. Parent volunteers are critical to the many activities we support outside the classroom. An hour can be a big help to our organization and the school, and we have positions and tasks to fit all schedules and interests.
  • Volunteer to serve in a committee chair or co-chair position.
  • Support our many fund raising activities, such as, Stallion Walk-of-Fame, SAT/ACT practice tests and Boot Camps, shopping at Amazon.com via our PTSO website, Giant A+ Rewards, and the annual Golf Tournament.
  • Donate money to fund requests from teachers, school programs and clubs.
  • There are several ways you can stay informed of PTSO information:
    • Visit our website frequently,
    • “Like” us on Facebook (South County High School);
    • Follow us on Twitter 
    • Attend our monthly PTSO meetings.  Our meetings alternate between an evening meeting in the library or a morning “Coffee with the Principal” held in the cafeteria. 
    • Also, make sure that your email address is correct in the PTSO Database so that we can send you important PTSO information via email.