now I am watching my siblings experience the same lack-luster treatment, acquiring the same disinterest and mistrust in this lack of education facility. You have convinced me that my child will not attend a public school, will not be subjugated to the learning style of cattle, and refused open discussion at such a pivotal time in their life. Because life supplicates change, and there obviously has been none here in the time I have been away from this school. If you have a child that you want to have high aspirations and an actual thirst for knowledge, betterment, and a a rounded understanding of the treatment of others then do not send your child to this school. There are a few good actual teachers here, But you have to ensure your kid finds their way into the dwindling honors classes to find them. Basically, you are entrusting your child, an extension of yourself and your most precious creation to this place to brush off the void salts and teach them how to become a young adult in this society, how to conduct themselves, and to inspire them. Think hard perhaps, on what you are inspiring them to become by sending them to a place like this. 3/ of 3
A small town school in a fast growing community. It has been around for over a 100 years and is part of Oregons culture. JFK came here to speak in his first campaign. They have a wide varidty of subjuects from the reading, writing and math to daycare school, computer, farming, and cooking chools to name z few.
I have a freshman attending MHS. It is absolutely amazing to see a kid excited to go to school. I can't believe all the programs they have available here. Culinary, Nursing. Computer Programing...real courses that will help you get a real job upon graduation. I am extremely impressed with MHS.
I graduated from this high school in 2001, and have been blessed to watch it blossom into a high school that I am proud to be from. The teachers set the tone of a wonderful learning environment, to help enrich the lives of there students.