• Mission Statement

     

    Mission Statement 

     Suitland High School prepares students for the academic and social challenges of a global society


     Suitland High School’s Motto

     

    We are “4 P” strong!

    Peaceful

    Positive

    Productive

    Purposed

     

    Suitland High School’s Vision  

     

     Suitland High School provides differentiated project-based instruction that is relevant, interactive, and engaging.


     

     

    History
     

    The dedication of Suitland Junior-Senior high school took place Thursday, November 15, 1951.  Mr. John W. McNamara, President of the Suitland Jr.-Sr. high P.T.A., acted as master of ceremonies.  William S. Schmidt, county Superintendent of Schools presented the building to the faculty and students of Suitland upon the recommendation of Thomas S. Gwynn, assistant county Superintendent of Schools.  Mr. Thomas V. Warthen, Principal, accepted the school on behalf of the faculty, Bill Mathews for the senior high and Hanna Lee Freed for the junior high.  After the school had been presented and accepted, Dr. Thomas G. Pullen, Maryland state superintendent of schools, dedicated the school to the high ideal of freedom of education.
     

    School Colors - Scarlett Red and White
    School Mascot - The Ram
    Alma Mater - Dear Old Suitland High School
    {composed by Billy Pirrone '53 and Ronnie Crown '54}

    Dear old Suitland High School
    We are proud of you
    To our Alma Mater
    And our colors too
    To the sons of Suitland
    Brave and loyal too
    To you Suitland High School
    We’ll be ever true.

    In our hearts we’ll always be
    Ever true to thee
    Here’s to Suitland High School
    Glorious to see
    As the years go passing by
    Their fame will never die
    To you Suitland High School
    Dear old Suitland High