Student Magazine Earns National Accolades
The National Council of Teachers of English awarded the regional high school magazine Seabreezes its highest award.
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High School Files Plans for Athletic Field Overhaul
Aaron Wilson

Following years of discussion, planning and controversy, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School this week submitted the first phase of a plan to renovate the school track and athletic fields.

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High School Students Earn Top Prizes at Scholastic Art Competition
A total of 24 students from Martha’s Vineyard earned recognition for their work in this year’s Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, an annual statewide competition.
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High School Students Put Litter in Its Place
Will Sennott
Members of a student-led initiative to eliminate litter on Martha’s Vineyard have spent nearly every Sunday since October combing streets and beaches for trash.
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High School Rejected for State Construction Grant Program for a Fifth Time
Will Sennott
The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School learned this week that it was not accepted into the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) grant program.
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Math, Music, Art, Writing; Valedictorian Astoria Hall Excels in All
Holly Pretsky
Juggling, six AP classes, two editorships and volunteer work at the animal shelter, Astoria Hall also creates whimsical pen and ink drawings.
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An Education on the Depths of Student Creativity
Louisa Hufstader
For one night every spring, art takes over at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School during the Evening of the Arts ceremony.
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Vision and Laborious Hours Are Real Materials of Splendid New School, the Island’s Pride
Colbert Smith
An estimated 200 people stood squinting in the brilliant, hot sun Sunday afternoon, and watched Gordon Kelvin White and Robert Eldridge White Jr. raise the United States flag slowly to the top of a tall aluminum flagpole set in front of the new Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School. Before that Rev. Thomas H. Lehman had offered a short prayer; and after that, Mrs. Wilfrid O. White merely spoke the words that were inscribed in the base of the flagpole she had given the school, and on which her grandsons had run up the flag.
 
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Island High Schoolers Join E-Cigarette Trend, Raising Concerns
Holly Pretsky
High school administrators on the Vineyard are joining educators across the country in voicing concern over what they’re calling an epidemic.
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High School Drill Hones Readiness for Disaster Response
Holly Pretsky

It was only a drill when the tactical response team swarmed the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School campus Thursday morning.

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