Category: News

NY Educates Students on Mental Health

Starting July 1, New York will be the first state to require that mental health is taught in the curriculum of health classes in all elementary, middle and high schools. The updated curriculum will cover many areas of mental health in an effort to increase the likelihood that […]

Students Share Viewpoints on National Walkout

At Mt. Hebron High School, students gathered to hear speakers talk about gun control and safety in schools. One month after the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, students across the nation took action against gun violence and walked out of their schools […]

Alumni Return For Business Seminar

The Millionaire’s Club hosted a luncheon seminar on Jan. 18 that featured students of University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business and New York University’s Stern School of Business. Mt. Hebron alumni David Niezelski, Nick Suri and Carmen Bodziak, along with Smith School senior Kyle Brown, answered questions […]

Alumni Share College and Career Advice

Alumni returned to Mt. Hebron on Dec. 21 to discuss their experiences with college, school work, and balancing life. Former students presented in front of classes and answered current students’ questions. How is college different from high school? Do you like college? “College is really great. I really […]

California Ravaged by Fires

California has been known to have terrible wildfires, but over the past couple of months, California has been fighting even worse fires after their hottest summer yet. Recently, Southern California has had fives days straight of fires, reaching large cities such as Los Angles and Ventura. In October, […]

Don’t Juul in School

Beginning this year, student electronic cigarette usage in school and on school grounds has significantly increased. Multiple Mt. Hebron and Howard County students have been caught using E-cigarettes, known as “juuls,” in classrooms, buses and hallways, violating Policy 1050. Policy 1050 encourages a tobacco-free environment on Howard County […]