On Nov. 2, Mt. Hebron hosted its first ever TEDx event, “Mt Hebron High Women,” organized by a group of students. Students were given the opportunity to sign up to listen to the TEDx talks. It was open to all students, but only the first 100 were chosen […]
When Columbus famously (or infamously) sailed the ocean blue in 1492, he was celebrated for his supposed courage and bravery. Five hundred and twenty-five years later, thousands of Americans still praise his voyage to the “New World,” with the second Monday of October being hailed as Columbus Day, […]
With the start of the fall season comes the returns and premieres of new and old shows. One popular show that is returning for its second season is ABC’s “Designated Survivor.” This drama features Tom Kirkman, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the “designated survivor” during […]
On May 31, the D.R.E.A.M. (Diversity Reaching Everyone Across all Minds) Team, a group dedicated to bringing cultural awareness and respect to Mt. Hebron, will be debuting a video that they produced to show current and rising Mt. Hebron students who we are as a community. Partnering with […]
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 […]
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 […]
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