Many people dream of appearing on T.V., but for one Mt. Hebron graduate, that dream has come true. Class of 2010 graduate Eddie Yacynych hopped his way onto the NBC program “America’s Got Talent” with his jump roping team, Flight Crew Jump Rope. Flight Crew auditioned for “America’s Got Talent” […]
1. “I liked spending time with friends throughout Spirit Week, building our float, painting the wall, watching the pep rally games, and having the class of ’96 dominate Spirit Week.” –Ms. Jenn Olchowski 2. “The dance was great. That’s the best part of the night, going out to […]
Old Ellicott City is a timeless little town that was founded in 1772. The city, affectionately nicknamed “ Old Elly” by locals, is currently surrounded by newer residential developments but maintains its antique charm and is well known for its abundance of small stores and local landmarks that […]
By Rachel Bowman Sure, ice cream is great, but have you ever had Italian ice? It’s pretty darn refreshing. Rita’s offers a variety of flavors of this delicious icy treat. And if ice isn’t your thing, you can always get custard. You like both? Great! Get a gelati […]
They never thought this day would come, or at least not this fast. From nine periods to six, from the top of the class to the bottom, from middle school to high school, the freshmen of the 2014-2015 school year have arrived at Mt. Hebron High School. New […]
(Feature photo courtesy of James Heath) Check out a few Mt. Hebron students recently featured in the Howard County Public School System News. This video follows seniors Alec Vaughan and Jeff O’Neal, active members of both the Student Government Association and the Boys’ Varsity Soccer team (10-1-1). Mt. Hebron […]
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