Murder, Mayhem and All that Jazz, High School Play Heats Up February

This weekend, for a night of murder and media scandals, Islanders can turn off the television and head to the Performing Arts Center, where the high school production of Chicago premieres Friday.

Figure Skates to Shellfish, High Schoolers Shine at Science Fair

Projects on display at the 17th annual science fair Saturday explored everything from the amount of baking soda in cupcakes to a recycled water filtration system.

High School Names New Football Coach

Stephen McCarthy, an alumnus and former assistant coach at the regional high school, will replace longtime coach Don Herman, who retired this year.

High School Offers Interpreter Training for Bilingual Students

Graduating seniors at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School who are bilingual will have an opportunity to become certified as Portuguese interpreters.

Budding Vineyard Artists, Writers Bring Home Scholastic Awards

Twenty teenage Vineyard artists, photographers, sculptors, and poets have earned recognition in the annual Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing awards.

High School Names New Principal

Sara Dingledy, the principal of Westchester Square Academy in New York city, was named the new principal of the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School on Friday.

High School Winners in Engineering Challenge

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School this week announced the winners of the January engineering challenge.

As Principal Search Nears Finish Line, School Leaders Defend Process

Vineyard school administrators are close to deciding who will be the next regional high school principal. The decision comes amid public criticism over recent hasty departures of two principals.

Three Finalists Named in High School Principal Search

A high school principal in the Bronx, a middle school principal in Ipswich, and a former principal in Maine have been named finalists in the search for the next principal.

Brazilian Friendship Lunch Bridges Cultural Divides

The sixth annual Brazilian-American Friendship lunch turned the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School culinary arts dining room into an international cafe Friday afternoon.