High School Track Athlete Wins Award for Overcoming Adversity

Evan Kristal is a recipient of this year’s state track coaches association Frank Kelley Adversity Award, recognizing student athletes who have overcome diverse hardships, including physical and mental disabilities, to successfully compete at the high school level.

Regional High School Announces Honor Roll

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 2014-2015 academic year.

High School Honored for Brazilian-American Friendship Lunch

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School has been recognized as a model school for efforts to create respect and understanding among students.

Regional High School Tightens Security

As part of new security measures, visitors to Martha's Vineyard Regional High School are now asked to present identification which is scanned into a computer, and to wear a name tag with their picture printed on it when walking the halls.

High School Sees Big Turnout for Portuguese Language Classes

For the more than 60 students in the newly revived Portuguese program at the regional high school, falar portugues (speaking Portuguese) is becoming easier. Portuguese joins French, Spanish and German as languages offered by the high school. But German, the program with the lowest enrollment, is being phased out.

High School Moves Forward With Library Upgrades

The regional high school library is on track to move into the 21st century after the high school committee approved $18,500 for a new library design plan during their meeting Monday evening, the first step towards overhauling the library.

Blizzards Give Pause But Can't Stop Beauty of Into the Woods

After the curtain fell Friday night on the second performance of Into the Woods, friends and family rushed to the stage offering flowers and hugs to the 25 members of the cast of this year’s musical.

High School Musical Goes Into the Woods

The high school theatre department is putting on Into the Woods this weekend. Performances are Thursday, Feb. 12, through Sunday, Feb. 15, and the production is a true community affair. The play was written by a Vineyarder - Tony award winner James Lapine.

High School Artists Are Golden in Art and Writing Competition

Regional honors for the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards were announced this week, with Vineyard students picking up awards in everything from painting to short fiction. A total of 18 regional high school students were recognized for their work, as were five students from the public charter school.

Oak Bluffs Braces for Financial Squeeze from High School Budget

A substantial increase in the regional high school budget and town assessments for the upcoming fiscal year has drawn concern from town leaders in Oak Bluffs.