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School to offer new early childhood education program

Next fall, the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) will offer a new Career and Technical Education (CTE) course of study titled Early Childhood Education. The program will introduce students to the field of...

Mental health awareness on the rise at MVRHS

Mental health awareness at Martha's Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) is at an all-time high among students and teachers as social isolation continues. Mental health outreach during remote learning was met with many obstacles,...

Restaurants remain optimistic despite challenges

Over the last nine months, restaurants on Martha’s Vineyard have adapted to social distancing guidelines and various other restrictions. Many members of the MVRHS community have experienced the ongoing challenges firsthand, either because they...

Service clubs encourage holiday spirit

Every December, clubs and classes at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) organize activities and fundraisers to foster holiday spirit and give back to those in need. Due to the constraints of the pandemic, Student...

Photography club returns after a two-year hiatus

Juniors Kristin Perzanowski and Kayleigh Bollin have re-established the high school Photography Club. “The goal is to better strengthen a community of photographers, because there aren’t as many resources ,” said Kristin. They are...
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Curiosity fuels senior capstone course

Although seniors at the Mar tha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) can choose to enroll in a traditional English course, they also have the option of a more independent, project-based class called Capstone. Capstone,...

Winter sports resume, with restrictions

After the intramural fall sports season was cut short due to rising coronavirus cases, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) sports are back for a shorter winter season, with games starting on January 11....

Overuse of technology impedes students’ focus

By Maria Clara Lacerda, Jackson Wojnowski, and Ruby Reimann After almost three months since the start of remote learning this school year, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) students continue to struggle staying focused during...

Seniors offer insight on college application process

Every year, Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) seniors complete college applications with the help of guidance counselors and teachers. The process is often lengthy and a learning experience for all. Seniors spoke to...

NHS and ICUP collaborate for cleanup

By Marin Gillis, Hardy Eville, and Camden Napior Over 70 participants collected 39 bags of trash at 6 different locations this past Sunday as part of a large-scale cleanup project: a collaboration between the National...

Celebrating Thanksgiving sustainably

This Thanksgiving, stu dents and staff from the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) are making a conscious effort to reduce their impact on the environment by taking a more sustainable and ethical approach...

Project Vine maintains community despite distance

While the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) has experienced many changes as a result of remote learning due to COVID-19, the alternative education program Project Vine has been finding ways to remain interconnected,...

Holiday plans set to shift due to pandemic

With the upcoming holiday season on the horizon, students and faculty at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School (MVRHS) are being challenged to alter their annual traditions. Due to COVID-19, visiting extended family by traveling...
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A note of thanks

The editors and staff of the High School View would like to thank everyone at The MV Times for supporting us in our effort to inform the broader Island community about high school events...

Cleaning out closets, turning out profits

Along with spring comes the annual cleaning out of houses, bedrooms, and now closets. Due to all of the Island’s thrift and consignment stores being temporarily closed, students have found a new way to...

Math department minus one, as Mr. Norton prepares to retire

Things you may not know about math teacher Jamie Norton: He was president of his college fraternity (he attended Kenyon College in Ohio), spent a year of his life working as a woodcutter (riding...

Freshman activist leads protest at Five Corners

Freshman Graysen Kirk was the organizer behind the protest on June 1 that drew more than 300 community members to Five Corners. Inspired by Colin Kaepernick and nationwide kneeling for moments of silence, and...

Ducks, dogs and bunnies, oh my!

Lily Sebastian almost got a turtle. A few weeks after the coronavirus cut her sophomore year short, she needed some kind of interaction, and a turtle seemed like an ideal friend. However, after some...

AP testing shifts to online format

After schools across the U.S. shifted in March to remote learning indefinitely, the College Board, which is responsible for all advanced placement (AP) exams, decided to host all AP exams online this year. Over the...
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