Nov 19

Magnet Sweatshirts for Sale

We have Magnet sweatshirts for sale for $25. You can purchase them online here: Sweatshirt Purchase Link.  There is an option to add your name to the sleeve, so if you would like that, this is how: Once you pick a size and add the sweatshirt to your “cart”, there is a button at the bottom that says add Names and Numbers.  Click on that and add your name – please NOT any numbers.The deadline for purchase is December 3rd, which is in about two weeks. Below is a picture of what the sweatshirt looks like (Magnet ASB Secretary, Hailey D.)image

Nov 19

Class of 2017 Internship Planning Meeting

We will be having a meeting for both parents/guardians and students on Thursday, November 19th @ 6:00 in room 506. We will be covering internship requirements and how to go about obtaining an internship. This meeting is required, unless rescheduled with Mrs. Newman.

Nov 09

College Admissions Context

In the ever intense academic world that students navigate, there are always challenges for both students and parents.  Here are a couple of resources from Mrs. Liebe, our MST counselor, that provide valuable context and insight:



Oct 23

Study abroad? Learn a language? Free, you say?

Here are a couple of scholarship/study opportunities that you might find intriguing … In retrospect, by the way, I personally wish I would have done something like this (as scary as it would have been to leave the comforts of home) when I was in high school and/or college. I did travel and live abroad after school, but I had to pay for it!

  1. National Security Language Initiative for Youth: application due next Thursday, Oct. 29th, by 11:00 am. 600 scholarships for next summer or for next school year will be awarded for high school students with a 2.5 + GPA, between 15 to 18 years of age and U.S. citizens to live in a foreign country and learn one of the following languages: Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Hindi, Korean, Persian (Tajik), Russian or Turkish. Round trip flight, academic school costs, room and board and health insurance are paid for. See Mrs. Keene for application information.
  2. Youth Exchange and Study Abroad Program (YES): application due December 1, 2015. 900 scholarships available for next school year to live with host families and study in Bosnia, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Macedonia, Malaysia, Morocco, the Philippines, Senegal, Thailand or Turkey. Scholarship pays for round trip airfare, tuition, educational and cultural activities, visa fees, room and board and medical. Must be 15 to 18 years old, a U. S. Citizen, and enrolled in high school. See Mrs. Keene for more information.

Oct 16

MST “APES” Examine “Building Blocks of Life”

The recently indoctrinated freshman MST “APES” class (AP Environmental Science) has been busy reviewing the building blocks of life and simulating the radioactive decay of elements.


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