Maple Hill High School named the following students as Students of the Month for January: freshman Adam Lisosky, sophomore Alysa Kelly, junior Colette Dowling and senior Michael Peters. To see what their teachers wrote, click here... Congratulations! Posted 3/05/14.
Maple Hill High School has announced the Honor Rolls for the 2nd quarter. Click here to see a list of students... Congratulations to all our students! Posted 2/19/14.
Students Named Scholar Athletes for Excellence in Academics
Congratulations to the boys and girls basketball teams who were named Scholar Athlete teams by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association. To receive the honor, each team had to earn a GPA of 90% or better for the quarter. Posted 2/26/14.
Basketball Programs Raise Money for American Cancer Society
The boys and girls basketball programs in the Patroon Conference raised $6,121.02 for the American Cancer Society through fundraising efforts by individual schools and the Coaches vs. Cancer weekend at The College of St. Rose. “The money raised this year was the most ever since we started making an annual donation in 2007,” said Athletic Director Mark Bubniak. “Since 2007 our Conference has raised a total of $34,488.37 to be donated. Thank you to everyone who donated and also The College of St. Rose which provides us the facility for the weekend free of charge.” Congratulations to everyone involved! Posted 2/18/14.
The January issue of the The Paw Print MHHS student newspaper is available by clicking here... Posted 1/24/14.
Students 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.
Key Club Participates in Service Projects
MHHS’s Key Club has been involved in numerous community service projects this year including participating in Breast Cancer Awareness and Suicide Prevention walks, providing babysitting at Title I Night at CES, helping at Kiwanis chicken barbecues, selling Bells of Life at Crossgates Mall and volunteering at the Lights in the Park in Albany. Great job! Posted 1/08/13.
Start-up company MICROrganic Technologies, which has offices in the Middle School basement, provided High School journalism students with a real business world experience by holding a mock press conference. Students interviewed business owner Brent Solina and wrote stories for the Paw Print school newspaper. Click here to read some of their stories… Posted 12/24/13.
The Maple Hill boys and girls basketball programs helped raise $2,100 for the Wounded Warrior Project through their Midnight Madness event on Nov. 10. Click here to see photos… Congratulations to our student-athletes and thank you to everyone who helped make the event a success! Posted 11/27/13.