After a seven-year career with Mt. Hebron as the head coach of the varsity softball team, Coach Chuck Struhar has achieved one of the highest honors for a high school coach: having the most wins in Howard County softball. On April 18, a 9-2 victory over Glenelg marked […]
As senior year draws to a close for the class of 2016, the hardest challenge of the students’ high school careers still lies ahead. It is not the final AP tests or the senior writing project, but something much more difficult. Many have tried, and failed, to leave a legacy […]
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 […]
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 […]
The Zika virus originally surfaced in Uganda in the mid-20th Century. Zika is usually spread through mosquito bites and thus is generally found in tropical regions. The most recent outbreak of the virus began in South America, namely in Brazil, where the insect has flourished. In order to […]
With the start of the New Year, it is time to start trying something new. In that spirit, there has been a change to several classrooms in Mt. Hebron. In particular, certain teachers have been selected to test a new style of desk. “They’re designed for intense note-taking, […]
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