Photo courtesy of Caroline Scudder. Pictured from top to bottom, left to right: Julia Lehman, Kevin Shen, Emily Shen, Sam Mollin, Benji Canter, Nick Lynch, Sam Hodman, Alec Sicklick, Lily Kalish, Lizzy Kaplan, Robert Emmett, Alex Herzig, Andrew Basta, Max Plonsker, Eli Kalish, Jack Spiridellis, and David Lehman.
Thursday afternoon, 17 MHS students accompanied by Mrs. Scudder and Mr. Paez left the school for a Model Congress conference in Philadelphia, hosted by the University of Pennsylvania. The conference, which spanned four days, involved each delegate participating in a total of 20 hours of debate over student-written legislation: Continue reading “Model Congress Students Thrive at UPenn”
New organizations provide opportunities to help out
Little Free Libraries is a new club in MHS, founded by sophomores Darcy Tyler, Jane and Emily Hollander, and Anabel Martinez. This club sets up miniature libraries around the community for anyone to access, free of charge. Continue reading “MHS Clubs Give Back to the Community”
The Mamaroneck High School Fishing Club (Family) has been a hot topic since the beginning of this school year. President Jack Coyne ’16 has helped grow the club’s membership from a mere 11 members last year to almost as many as 200 students today. This is one of the fastest growing clubs at MHS and the numbers keep growing. EJ Katz ’16, an admin of the club, says that around 25 percent of all boys at MHS are members of the Fishing Club., which is currently the largest club at Mamaroneck High School. Continue reading ““Fishing Family” Sees Huge Growth in “Offseason” Facebook Group”
Photo courtesy of Simon Levinson: “Asher Soriano ’16 and Kevin Arbo ’18 lay the foundation for the Lam- baye learning center.”
By Greg Corbin
Over February break, a group of students from Mamaroneck High School’s Students for Senegal club broke out of their comfort zones and traveled to Africa. They were forced to adapt to a change in language and environment, but stood up to the challenge in order to help children in need. Continue reading “Club Breaks Ground in Senegal”