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Sun, 02/25/2018 - 4:09pm Academics

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MHS Juniors Bound for Buckeye State

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.

MHS Students Watch Live Surgery Broadcast


The Christ Hospital recently opened its operating room to about 100 Mason High School honors anatomy and physiology students. On October 2, Maggie Long and Carol Lehman’s students watched a live broadcast of a laparoscopic weight loss surgery in the school’s auditorium. Dale J. Block, MD, Premier Family Care of Mason, helped facilitate the lesson, and answered students’ questions as they watched the live video feeds of the operating room and the laparoscopic camera.

Increased Rigor Coming to a Classroom Near You


Mason students and families are beginning to see some exciting shifts in the way that students are learning.  For years, Mason has used academic standards that exceeded the State of Ohio’s standards. Now, Ohio’s standards for English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies are becoming more rigorous.  Mason will use these new standards as a foundation as it elevates what students are learning and what teachers are teaching.