Regional High School Principal Resigns

After barely a year on the job, high school principal Gil Traverso has resigned, Vineyard schools superintendent Matthew D’Andrea confirmed Friday. Mr. Traverso has taken a new position in New Haven, Conn.

Keeping the Airwaves Open at the High School and Beyond

Skip Finley sees a future in radio. And that future begins with the students of Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, who will run a low power radio station out of the school starting in September.

Vineyard Students Participate in El Salvador Exchange Program

Five Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students will be traveling to El Salvador this summer as part of a U.S. State Department exchange program.

Thanking Community, Class of 2015 Steps into the Future

Amid a flurry of caps and gowns on Sunday afternoon, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School class of 2015 graduated at the Trinity Park Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs.

High School Students Shine at Honors Night

What follows is the list of awards given to Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School students at the annual Honors Night ceremony, held Wednesday, May 27 at the high school’s Performing Arts Center.

High School View Recognized for Excellence

The High School View, the regional high school’s student newspaper, recently won the highest achievement award from the New England Scholastic Press Association (NESPA).

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.