Dr. Hrabowski Motivates Mt. Hebron Students

On March 8, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski visited Mt. Hebron to discuss diversity and the role it has in the school’s community. Dr. Hrabowski is the President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and is a world-renowned leader in education and empowerment. Spending his youth as a child […]

SGA Sponsors Red Cross Blood Drive

On March 8, Mt. Hebron Student Government Association (SGA) held a blood drive in partnership with the Chesapeake and Ohio region of the American Red Cross. The Red Cross works to prevent human suffering through the support of volunteers and donors. They seek people who are able to […]

Nintendo “Switches” It Up

On March 3, Nintendo released a brand new gaming system called the Nintendo Switch. With an all new design and a groundbreaking new way to play classic games, this product flew off of the shelves in a matter of days, causing Nintendo to double their production of the […]

Every Cent Counts with Change Matters

Mt. Hebron has been a prominent asset to the community for collecting and distributing money to people in need through fundraisers like the Canned Food Drive and Pennies for Patients. When Mt. Hebron found out that Howard County’s only homeless shelter, Grassroots, received nearly 33,000 calls from people […]

Essay Winners Honor MLK’s Legacy

In honor of the universally-known works of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the message he sent forward, the Howard County MLK Holiday Commission hosted a celebration on Jan. 15 in which awards were presented to the winning contestants of their annual essay competition. Seniors Blake Morris and […]

Artist in Residence Dances His Way into MTH

For many years, Mt. Hebron’s Dance Program has hosted Artists in Residence, where choreographers from all over the world are invited into the classroom to teach the students new styles of dance. During these master classes, the dancers get the opportunity to ask these professionals questions about their […]

Football Players Tackle Dance Program

From football players in the afternoon to dancers during the school day, seniors Rickie Williams and Nate Hatcher and junior Walter Nelson have changed the face of dance for Mt. Hebron. While they are not the first male dancers to be in the Mt. Hebron dance program, they […]

Alumni Day Welcomes Back Former Vikings

On Dec. 21, alumni were welcomed back to Mt. Hebron by teachers and students. The former Vikings started Alumni Day by obtaining their visitors’ passes and visiting different locations including classrooms, the media center, and the auditorium to talk about the challenges students will face in college and […]

West Side Story Wows Audiences

Mt. Hebron’s spring musical, “West Side Story,” directed by well known math teacher Mr. Tom Sankey, premiered on Mar. 17 and continued on Mar. 18, 23, 24 and 25. West Side Story is set in the 1950s in the West Side of Manhattan and follows two gangs, the […]

Kittlemans Inspire Young Women

Laura and Lisa Kittleman, the mother-daughter real estate duo, came to Mt. Hebron on March 22 during Viking Time to help empower students. The two women have been vital to the real estate industry, consistently being some of the top producing agents in the state. The Kittleman Group […]

School Abandons AP Curriculum

Choate Rosemary Hall, a prestigious private boarding school in Wallingford, Connecticut, has decided to remove AP classes from their curriculum in the 2017-2018 school year. Teachers have been given discretion over the instruction of their classes and will not have to comply to the standards and curriculum of […]

YouTube Restrictions Anger Users

When on YouTube and scrolling through videos, people tend to notice some of the controversial and inappropriate comments that can be made, but it is hard for YouTube to stop this from occurring. YouTube has started to filter out these videos and comments, but this filtering may have […]