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MHS senior Mia Kim and juniors Anaka Srinivas and Ella Roach, along with CSCS seniors ZoeWei Wyse and Gabby Weber and junior Owen Mosley each were recently recognzied by the Scholastic Arts & W

MHS was one of just 126 schools in Wisconsin and 887 in the United States to be named a Gold Standard School by Next Gen Personal Finance.

MHS Theatre will present A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Performing Arts Center Thursday, Feb. 14 through Saturday, Feb. 16.

Participation in Advanced Placement exams at MHS continues to climb.

There were 579 juniors and seniors who took 1,074 AP exams in 2018 at MHS. In 2012, 471 students who took 766 exams.

The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District is now accepting applications from individuals interested in serving on the Internal Boundary Committee.

Three MHS seniors --  Kyra Keenan, David Whittingham and Jason Yang -- along with Middleton resident Andrew Allen, who is home-schooled, have been selected as candidates in the U.S.

George Mavroulis, who is retiring on June 30, reviewed the priorities of the superintendent as he believes the information will be useful in the search for his replacement at the Board of Education

Robin Savola and Mike Schwindenhammer of Eppstein Uhen Architects reviewed the newest schematic design for the new elementary school and shared plans for the Sauk Trail kitchen remodeling project a

The MHS dance team placed fourth in D1 Hip Hop at the Wisconsin Association of Cheer/Pom Coaches State Dance Championships on Saturday, Feb. 2 in La Crosse.

Superintendent George Mavroulis and Board of Education members who attended the Wisconsin Association of School Boards State Education Convention in Milwaukee last month shared some highlights at t

The Board of Education held a 75-minute work session on the superintendent search process and timeline and heard from Debra Hill and Joseph Porto of B.W.P.

The MHS forensics team took first place in the small-team division of the Sun Prairie tournament on Sunday, Feb. 2.

MHS had 42 students place in the top three at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Region V Leadership Conference on Saturday, Feb. 2 at DeForest High School.

Twenty middle school students advanced to the MathCounts regional competition at UW-Madison, which will take place on Saturday, Feb. 2.

The MHS trumpet ensemble, which is comprised of six student musicians, will compete against 11 other pre-college ensembles March 14-16 at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, marking the inaugu

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