Mason High School is celebrating the achievement of 17 students who were recognized by the National Merit Scholar Competition for 2014.
Strategic skills abound for Mason Intermediate’s Arvind Prasad. The fifth grader tied for first place at Ohio Chess Congress, a state championship event held in Hudson, OH over Labor Day weekend. Arvind finished the U1700 section with a score of 5.0 out of 6.0 and won a cash award of $495. His opponents included both adults and scholastic chess players.
“I have a strong passion for chess and love to play in adult tournaments,” said Arvind.
Mason High School senior Maggie Etherington was recognized as The Kiwanis Club of Mason's March Student of the Month. Etherington was nominated by Chip Dobson, government teacher, and Adam Toohey, math teacher.
The Joe Barr American Legion Post 194 in Mason recently announced that 12 Mason High School students were selected to participate in Buckeye State, an eight-day intensive education program on Ohio government for high school students.
Mason High School is pleased to announce its 2012-13 First Trimester Honor Roll. 1,174 students earned highest honors, 706 students earned high honors, and 555 students earned honors. Check out who made the list!
On November 7, Miami University sent two busses to MHS to pick up our Accounting students for a "Business Day @ MU". This was a private event only for Mason business students.
On October 16, Red Robin was filled with Mason High School students who are making a difference. The Kiwanis of Mason, in cooperation with Mason City Schools, held its triennial "Making a Difference" lunch to honor students who may not be consistently recognized, but who have shown leadership and academic excellence.
Mason’s students once again performed as some of the State’s highest academic achievers – earning the 7th highest score in the state while spending $2,444 less than the average Top 10 district. Mason students met adequate yearly progress and met the expected growth.