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Walters focused on future after Second Team All-Metro Nomination

Walters focused on future after Second Team All-Metro Nomination

Connor Del Carmen and Shon Sayfuddinov

March 14, 2019

Mason Walters, senior, was named to the All-Metro Second Team for cross country by the St. Louis Track Club in February. Walters credited his performance at the State meet in Jefferson City in November as a deciding factor in being named to the All-Metro Second Team. “It was a pretty cool ...

Tap Dancer Named Finalist in National YoungArts Competition

Tap Dancer Named Finalist in National YoungArts Competition

Kailin Zhang and Jadynne Watts

March 7, 2019

The phone was ringing. The caller ID spelled out Miami, Fla. Addi Loving, junior, was in rehearsal for the school musical, “Into the Woods,” when she first got the call. Although she couldn’t initially answer, after searching up the number online, Loving confirmed the number was from the N...

Choir Prepares for Large Group Festival

Choir Prepares for Large Group Festival

Jackson Estwanick, Production Editor/ Executive Producer

March 6, 2019

“Dixit Dominus, Domino meo sede a dextris,” sang the combined treble chorale and chamber choir, as they prepared for the MSHSAA Large Group Festival coming up on Wednesday, March 13 at Parkway Central High School. As the highest tier of choir at MHS, chamber choir attends the festival every year an...

MHSNews | Homework and Hard Hats

MHSNews | Homework and Hard Hats

February 25, 2019

This school year, a new math class has begun at Marquette. Geometry in Construction is a class that incorporates math education with real life applications.

MHSNews | Climbing to New Heights

MHSNews | Climbing to New Heights

February 25, 2019

Freshman Addie Scanlon is preparing for her first rope climbing competition of this season, which is this Friday.

MHSNews 18-19 | Episode 5- Rock climbing, chess, and more!

MHSNews 18-19 | Episode 5- Rock climbing, chess, and more!

February 25, 2019

This episode of MHSNews covers a multitude of perspectives, from a climber preparing for rope season, to a competitive chess player. The coverage also includes a new construction class and a visit from the class of 2023.

Grappler Grabs First Girls Wrestling Medal in School History

Grappler Grabs First Girls Wrestling Medal in School History

Jeff Swift and Jordan Chazen

February 22, 2019

Leah Ozersky, sophomore, has practiced as a member of the new girls squad since wrestling started in November, and she was hoping to make an impression in her first tournament at Rockwood Summit. And boy did she ever. Ozersky finished third in the tournament, becoming one of the girls divisions first...

Dr. Greg Mathison wins MOASSP Award

Dr. Greg Mathison wins MOASSP Award

Sarah Harris and Jackson Estwanick

February 14, 2019

As third lunch approached, students and teachers lined up along the second and third floor balconies.There were balloons, handshakes and cake to celebrate Dr. Mathison winning the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals (MOASSP) award. On Feb. 13, Clark Mershon, Missouri Assistant of Secondary Schoo...

MHSNews | Checkmate

MHSNews | Checkmate

Connor Karst, Publishing Editor

February 12, 2019

Sophomore Sushen Kolakaleti, hit a milestone last year when he became the Missouri K-12 Chess State Champion. This March, he will return to the the championship once more.

Students Nominate Teachers for Teacher of The Year

Students Nominate Teachers for Teacher of The Year

Marta Mieze and Lexie Diekroeger

February 8, 2019

As the ALARP students practiced their presentations in the Library on a quiet afternoon in 2015, they were suddenly interrupted by administrators, balloons and congratulations as Brittany Sharitz, language arts teacher, received her Teacher of the Year title. It all started with four nominations from her ...

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