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Created more than 30 years ago, the purpose of the scholarship is "to recognize the importance of education and to promote the teaching profession." Candidates must be graduates of Mount Horeb High School and be admitted into the school of education at an accredited four-year college or university...

Rep. Pope, with Beth Maglio.

When Democrats at the capitol stood together last week to announce Governor Tony Evers’ plans for education funding, they had a guest who is far more used to speaking to Mount Horeb High School students than lawmakers and journalists.  Beth Maglio, a longtime civics teacher in Mount Horeb, joined...
On a typical Tuesday school day, about fifteen passionate students are taking advantage of STAT (student teacher access time) to discuss Serve 2 Unite’s next steps. Although they just finished executing a successful day of special speakers and discussion called Looking Past Labels: A Day of Peace,...

Sarah Gerg and Elizabeth VanDomelen.

From an oversized clay shrimp, to illustrations of superheroes, paintings of antique lamps, and prints of all shapes and sizes, the Mount Horeb High School Art Show at the Driftless Historium has it all. The wide variety of artwork, on display from February 1st through March 14th, reflects the...
Abby, the daughter of Chris and Jackie Donaldson, has been very active, both as a volunteer and in high school activities. She was the face of Mount Horeb during her volunteer work at the Chamber of Commerce, answering questions for visitors and meeting people from all over the world. She also...
Brooke Walton is “Someone You Should Know.” Brooke was chosen as the Optimist Club’s high school recipient of the “Someone You Should Know” award for outstanding community service for the month of January. Brooke is a senior at Mt. Horeb High School.  As a DECA member her freshman and sophomore...
Several High Point Christian School students who qualified for the ACSI District Spelling Bee in Kenosha, WI this past week. A number of High Point Christian School students placed in their grade levels: Abigail Yakoub, 2nd place (first grade), Jonathan Rajiv, 1st place (second grade), Zion Beck,...

Marin Danz warms up.

“It don’t mean a thing, if ain’t got that swing,” sang the Middle School Chorale, directed by Calli Ingebritsen, and echoed throughout Taste of Jazz at Mount Horeb High School. The event took place on January 25th where audience members were treated to an evening of performances by a variety of...

McKenzie Messmann and family.

McKenzie Messmann is “Someone You Should Know.” McKenzie was chosen as the Optimist Club’s high school recipient of the “Someone You Should Know” award for outstanding community service for the month of January. McKenzie is a senior at Mt. Horeb High School.  She has been a four year High School...

A parkland victim.

In the middle of the 20th century, American schools used to run “duck and cover” drills in which students were taught to hide beneath their desks under the pretext that doing so would protect them from an atomic bomb. The A-bomb didn’t end up dropping in the United States. It was Japan that felt...

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