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22 MHS Students Named National Merit Finalists

Twenty-two Mason High School students were recently named  National Merit Finalists: Victoria Berry, Xindi Chen, Sneha Gundavarpu, Tanvi Jagtap, Aditya Jog, Mihir Kotian, Matthew Liao, Jose Martinez, Antonia Mordino, Zachary Oldham, Nihar Rama, Anamika Shah, Aditya Singh, Rujul Singh, Jessica Sommerville, Kayla Stroud, Dennis Sweeney, Sreeram Venkatarao, Oliver Voyten, Emily Wang, Jessica Wang, and Emily Zhao.

MMS, MHS Scientists to Present Projects at UC Science Fair

On March 11, 55 Mason City Schools students will present their projects during the 13th Annual UC Science and Engineering Expo. Students from school districts across southwest Ohio will present at this event for scholarships and other awards.  Mason Middle School and Mason High School students who earned a superior rating at the January 26 Mason Science Fair are eligible to attend the UC fair.

10 MMS Students Win Prestigious Scholastics Art Awards

10 MMS Students Win Prestigious Scholastics Art Awards


Mason Middle School visual artists Sankalp Agrawal, Gabriella Janis, Isabella Katchanov, Honoka Kobayshi, Devansh Maladkar, Jorja Meere, Ayushe Nagpal, Hannah Scholes, Tessa Zecchino and Lisa Zhou earned top awards in the regional Scholastic Art & Writing competition.  


Katchanov and Zhou each received a Gold Key Award for their detailed expressive drawings that highlight their strong technical drawing abilities. 


MMS Power of the Pen Team Starts Strong at Districts

MMS Power of the Pen Team Starts Strong at Districts


Mason Middle School’s seventh and eighth grade Power of the Pen teams kicked off another promising season at the District Power of the Pen Tournament  on January 21.  The Summit Country Day School hosted the tournament with 22 schools and 275 writers.  Mason Middle School’s eighth grade team placed second, and the seventh grade team placed fourth overall.  

Chronicle receives All-American ranking with five marks of distinction

The National Scholastic Press Association awarded its highest All-American ranking to the Chronicle staff for work in the 2015-16 school year. The staff received marks of distinction in each area of critique: two marks for coverage and content, and one each for text, visuals, and presentation.

NSPA judge M. Watters said the Chronicle’s excellence comes from its depth of coverage.