Scholarship booklets are ready for you to pick up in Mrs. Delano/Mrs. Rae’s office in the Guidance Department, Room 331.
8:00 AM Judge Orientation, Student Registration, & Display Set-up
8:30 AM Judging begins
11:00 AM Public viewing (*ends at 12 noon)
*Award Ceremony to follow the next day, March 1st, during school hours.*
to learn more about this exciting spring event!
Acclaimed author Julie Berry visited with students of the Marlborough High School (MHS) Book Club on Wednesday, February 1, to discuss her writing process, evolution as a writer, and to discuss her newest published book, “The Passion of Dolssa.” Of the hundreds of books published for young adults last year, only one book, “The Passion of Dolssa,” won the Printz Honor, and only four were chosen as Printz Honor Books.
Ms. Berry’s visit at MHS inspired the students to treat their ideas as valuable, and stated, “writing is like homework, you have to squeeze it in.” Alsyon Cox, the MHS Book Club Advisor, was delighted that Ms. Berry shared her vision as a writer with the club members and looks forward to her return to MHS to converse with more aspiring writers.
|Photo from left to right: Michaela Zouharis, Elise Lowe, Sarah Hayward, author Julie Berry, Liz Sanford, Savannah Loris, Ivy Kee, Jacqueline Lacerra, Book Club Advisor Alyson Cox, Jan Rivera.|
Led by Jonathan D. Rosenthal, Gary Piazza and Shannon McNulty, the following students were selected to participate in the 2016-2017 All-State Music Concert:
These students will perform with 500 of the most talented student musicians from across the state. They represent excellence in achievement, and therefore are known as Symphony Hall Scholars. These musicians, selected as Symphony Hall Scholars, will take center stage at Boston Symphony Hall on Saturday, March 11, 2017.
Photo: Top row: Noah Ogden, Kaley Davis, Timothy Goliger Bottom row: Matthew Pearl, Justin Bartlett
|The Memory Project is a non-profit organization that partners with art teachers and their students to create portraits of children around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as extreme poverty, violence, or loss of parents. The portraits help the children feel valued and remind them that many people care about them. Led by art teacher Juile Baker, The Memory Project is an optional service project for students in the National Art Honor Society. To date, MHS students have contributed over 100 portraits to children all over the world including Ethiopia, Haiti, Nepal, Madagascar, Colombia, and Syria. To see the response of the children who received this year’s Memory Project portraits, click on the link below.|
|Memory Project Video|
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|Congratulations to These Talented Musicians!|
On November 19, 2016 twenty-four Marlborough High School students auditioned for the 2016 Central District Senior Festival. This competitive festival represents sixty five districts where students compete for a spot in the Band, Orchestra, Chorus, or Jazz Ensemble. The above students are to be congratulated for being selected to move forward to audition for the 2015-2016 All-State Festival on January 21st. (Names of students in the photo are: Seated: Susan Rambridge & Julianna Kinslow; 2nd Row: Benjamin Simmons, Justin Bartlett, Sophia Chabotte, Kinnear Pierzchala and Matthew Pearl; Standing: Emily Mague, Kaley Davis, Noah Ogden. Missing from Photo: Timothy Goliger and Thomas Redden).
Please encourage your students to take advantage of this opportunity!
Date: Every Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Time: 2:15 - 3:15 pm
Location: LMC (Seminar Room)
Program Coordinator: Megan Fenneuff (Room 244, firstname.lastname@example.org)
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