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.

Regional High School Announces Honor Students

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

Brazilian Fusion: Lunch and Friendship

Every seat at the three long tables in the culinary arts dining room was taken during lunch on Tuesday, as students and teachers sat down for the fifth annual Brazilian American Friendship Lunch.

High School Budget Easily Approved at $18.6 Million

The regional high school committee unanimously approved an $18.6 million operating budget for fiscal year 2016 with relatively little comment or discussion.

In Facility Tour, High School Gets Low Marks for Maintenance

During a tour of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School early Tuesday morning, new principal Gilbert Traverso outline several building maintenance concerns. The schools superintendent said a revenue shortfall meant money was not put aside for maintenance.

Win or Lose, Sports Travel Is Big Effort

Sports travel for an Island school takes what is already a complicated endeavor — ensuring that hundreds of student athletes and their coaches get from Point A to Point B and back safely — and throws in a seven-mile wide obstacle in the form of the Vineyard Sound.