Category: News

Chadwick Wins Young Authors Contest

In this year’s State of Maryland International Reading Association Council’s Young Authors Contest, freshman Kendra Chadwick placed first in the 9th grade poetry category with her poem “Hands and Hearts.” Chadwick took part in the ceremony held in honor of all the winners and shared her award-winning poem […]

Sankey Shows No “Sines” of Stopping

Math teacher Mr. Tom Sankey was recently nominated to represent HCPSS Mathematics Teachers for the MCTM Outstanding Mathematics Educator Award and has made it to the second round of finalists. This is a prestigious award, and it is clear that Mr. Sankey is well-deserving of this honor. Sophomore […]

Delta Scholars Attend Leadership Conference

On March 15, Mt. Hebron’s Delta Scholars went to the 2016 Delta Scholars Leadership Conference, which was organized by the Columbia Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the Columbia Delta Foundation and the Howard County Public School System (HCPSS). “Seeing that we weren’t the […]

Mt. Hebron Gets Healthy

Since 1980, the percentage of obese children ages 12-19 has increased from 5% to nearly 21%. And, in 2012, it was reported that more than one-third of children and adolescents were overweight or obese. Obesity poses many threats: heart disease and stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, and even […]

Tropical Smoothie Cafe Moves into St. John’s Plaza

The beauty of a small restaurant is found with the wide range of items you can purchase. The Tropical Smoothie Café has everything from delicious smoothies to delightful vegetarian cuisine. Until recently, the establishment was located in the Dobbin Shopping Center, which is 20 minutes away from Mt. Hebron. However, […]

Jesse Owens Races to Theaters

On March 12, the Parents of African American Students (PAAS) hosted a private showing of the recently released movie “Race” depicting the triumphs of Jesse Owens at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin and his struggle against racism in the United States. The private showing had a turnout […]