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MVHS Gymnasium was filled with more than basketballs on Friday evening. New stuffed animals for Nationwide Children’s Hospital Pediatric Cancer patients were tossed to “Fill the Floor,” during half-times during all three boys games and the girls games on January 28th. The collection totaled 263 animals. [ for more]

Posted Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Jordyn Laslo, a MVMS eighth grader, performed her 2016 History Day project at the Republican luncheon on February 9th.  Jordan has again received a superior rating for this year's National History Day project which qualifies her for District level competition in March.  Click the Read More link for details. [ for more]

Posted Monday, February 13, 2017
The Speech and Debate Team is excited to once again represent MVHS at the Ohio High School Speech League's State Finals in Berea on March 3-4. Representing the Yellow Jackets this year are:

- Conrad Stein & Ethan Buehrer in Public Forum Debate,
- Zach Broeren & Charlie Mayville in Congressional Debate,
- Curtis Erlandson in Extemporaneous Speaking
- Makenzy Groom in Dramatic Interpretation
- Mehmet-Ali Schubel in Humorous Interpretation

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Posted Monday, February 6, 2017
At the beginning of the school year, all 6th grade English classes read the book, Cracker! The Best Dog in Vietnam, as a novel study.  Ed Reeves, a Vietnam scout dog handler and his scout dog Prince, were able to meet with the sixth grade classes at Mount Vernon Middle school to share his experiences as a military dog handler.  Click the Read More link for details and pictures. [ for more]

Posted Monday, February 6, 2017
Congratulations to Alula Hunsen for being selected as a candidate for the United States Presidential Scholars Program. Each year students compete to be selected as one of 161 finalists with the designation of a U.S. Presidential Scholar. Click Read More for details. [ for more]

Posted Friday, February 3, 2017
Six Mount Vernon High School Seniors recently competed in the Columbus College of Art and Design Scholarship competition which is held annually for potential incoming students. Rea Bennett, Ryan Bielecki, Fredi Bockover, Mary Lowe, Paige Hashman, and Kailyn Jackson were all awarded individual scholarships ranging in value with the group total being 320 thousand dollars!  Click the Read More link for details and photograph of the students.  Read MV News Article. [ for more]

Posted Tuesday, January 31, 2017
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