Career ExpoCareer Expo 2014 - Wednesday, May 7

Students in grades 8-10 who are interested in careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are encouraged to visit the Career Expo 2014 on Wednesday, May 7 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Franklin Terrace Ballroom in Troy. This is a free event for students, parents and educators. Exhibitors from a variety of careers will be on hand to speak with students including health care, engineering, video game design, green technologies, veterinarian, biochemistry, construction and mechanical technology. Click here for the flyer... Posted 4/09/14.

SADD Chapter Organizes Battle of the Belts - Week of April 21-25

Members of Maple Hill High School’s SADD chapter will organize a Battle of the Belts competition the week of April 21-25. The event encourages students to use seat belts with a competition to see what team can buckle up in a car the fastest. Students will also participate in Sean’s Run, a 5K run and community walk. Click here for more info… Posted 4/09/14.

MHHS Spring Fling Dance - Friday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m.

The National Honor Society will host a Spring Fling Dance on Friday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m. Music will include favorite throwback songs from artists such as Beyonce and the Goo Goo Dolls. Posted 4/09/14.

MHHS Student Newspaper Available

The April issue of the The Paw Print MHHS student newspaper is available by clicking here... Posted 4/02/14.

Compare College Financial Aid Award Letters with Online Tool

The NYS Higher Education Service Corporation has launched a College Financial Aid Award Letter Comparison tool to help college-bound students and families interpret their award letters and get the bottom line cost of each college before making their final decision. The tool allows students and families to see side-by-side comparisons, highlights net costs, and estimates the full two- or four-year cost of each college. Click here to view the online tool… Posted 3/21/14.

Winter Sports Awards Winners

Congratulations to the following Winter Sports Awards Winners: Posted 3/24/14.

  • Boys Basketball:
    • Co-MVP - Dante Prinzo and Tate Tibbitts
    • MIP - Austin Seymour
  • Girls Basketball:
    • MVP - Lindsay Mannion
    • MIP - Courtney Unser
  • Boys Bowling:
    • MVP - Jeremy Busdiecker
    • MIP - Matt Fuller
  • Girls Bowling:
    • MVP - Michele Canestro
    • MIP - Kelsey Pascetto
  • Wrestling:
    • Co-MVP - Jordan Healy and Jeremy Morris
    • MIP - Alex Pomykaj

Students of the Month Announced for February

Freshman Adelyn Hoffman, sophomore Kristine Probst, junior Julia Keyoskey and senior Matthew Kirch

Congratulations to freshman Adelyn Hoffman, sophomore Kristine Probst, junior Julia Keyoskey and senior Matthew Kirch who were named MHHS Students of the Month for February 2014! To see what their teachers wrote, click here... Posted 3/19/14.

List of Student Summer Program Opportunities

The MHHS Guidance Office has prepared a list of summer program opportunities available by clicking here… While most of the opportunities are for High School students, there are also opportunities for Middle School and Elementary students. Please note, many programs have application deadlines. Posted 3/13/14.

Teacher Heather Flood works with at studentMHHS Pioneers Digital Learning

Maple Hill High School is using computer tablets this year to teach science, social studies, math and English to two groups of students as part of a new program that is engaging both students and teachers. “I don’t know of another school that is using tablets in such creative ways,” said Principal Ron Agostinoni. “It is a credit to our teachers who have embraced the technology because they see how they can engage students in ways that help them learn.” Click here to read more... Posted 3/03/14.

Students work on educational kitCompany in MS Provides Student Opportunity

Seniors Adrian Barber and Sarah Plitnick are gaining valuable real-world experience by taking over a fuel cell educational kit business for MICROrganic Technologies, a start-up business located in the MS basement. “Working with students is really important to us and this provides them with a real world learning experience,” explained Claire McGrath, chief administrator for MICROrganic Technologies. Click here to read more… Posted 3/03/14.

Sabrina Wolfe, Viktor Yarosh, Ben Sherwood and Andrea LissStudents Honored for MLK Poetry

Congratulations to MHHS students Andrea Liss, Benjamin Sherwood, Sabrina Wolfe and Viktor Yarosh who were honored along with students from across the region at a reception at Siena College as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Art Poster and Writing Invitational. The four students submitted poetry they wrote for the event, which focused on the theme “The time is always right to do what is right”. Posted 1/22/14.

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