Eight MHS students finished among the top performers in the nation on High School of Business semester exams in 2015-16, teacher Bob Hutchison said this week.
On Tuesday, Nov. 1, MHS Theatre will perform "Selfie" at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center.
The one-act play by Bradley Hayward is free and open to the public.
Students interested in attending the WIAA Division 1 quarterfinal football game between MHS and Lake Geneva Badger are encouraged to ride the fan bus.
Students interested in attending the MHS boys soccer game against Green Bay Preble in a WIAA Division 1 state semifinal on Thursday, Nov. 3 are encouraged to ride the fan bus.
The number of Advanced Placement exams completed by MHS students increased by nearly 10 percent from a year ago, said Rachel Wimer, coordinator of intervention and assessment.
MHS students can sign up for Intramurals duing ASR. The first sport is Badminton. Sign up begins now through Thursday, Nov. 3.
More than 30 District students have been selected to participate in Wisconsin middle level and high school honors concerts this week.
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