At Mt. Hebron, the ninth grade English curriculum requires students to read Night, the memoir of holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel. During this unit, students learn about the six million individuals who lost their lives during this tragic period of human history. In 2009, English teacher Ms. Cyndie Fagan and Special Education […]
On Nov. 12, several members of the Class of 2015 officially committed to play lacrosse at the collegiate level, signing their official documents in the media center with their parents in attendance. Each student donned a sweatshirt to represent the university that he or she will be attending […]
It’s that time of the year again! New York City is preparing for the 82nd annual traditional ceremony to unveil the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Every year, a massive tree is delivered to the plaza, decorated with lights and ornaments and enjoyed by visitors throughout the holiday […]
Students at Centennial High School got the chance to sleep in on Nov. 18 due to an alarming gas leak at their building. While the damage was assessed and fixed, the Eagles got a day off after receiving notice of the closing via Twitter and the HCPSS Website around 6:30 […]
The Color Run, also known as the “happiest 5k on the planet,” made a vibrant stop in Baltimore on Nov. 15. Not surprisingly, the run was graced with some Viking pride, as Mt. Hebron students and their friends participated in the event. Senior Breanna Shirtliff had never run […]
Field hockey coach Jeannette Ireland has been head coach at Mt. Hebron for 25 years and is still going strong. Ms. Ireland is well known around both the school and the community. Coaching at the collegiate level as an assistant, Ireland has extensive experience with field hockey and lacrosse. […]
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