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Ending the Silence: NAMI Presentations at Mentor High

Ending the Silence: NAMI Presentations at Mentor High

Maddie Grice and Nico Marovic September 24, 2023

You may have heard about NAMI coming in next week to present about mental health, but what is NAMI? NAMI stands for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and they are the largest grassroots mental...

Club Participation: How To Make A Difference Here At Mentor High

Club Participation: How To Make A Difference Here At Mentor High

Casey Gray, Contributor May 25, 2023

Advisor’s Note: This article was written by an AP Seminar student as part of a “Make a Difference” project. For the AP Seminar Performance Tasks that are scored by College Board, students spend...

Student Government Elections Today!

Student Government Elections Today!

Sarah Blakemore, Contributor May 10, 2023

Today, we will be voting for our next officers for the 2023-2024 school year! Each year, around May, we vote for our new student government class officers and general officers. This year, we have multiple...

Die Vorteile des Deutschunterrichts (The Benefits of German Class)

Die Vorteile des Deutschunterrichts (The Benefits of German Class)

Loren Wandersleben and Zach Payne February 28, 2023

It's that time of year again to pick and choose courses for the next school year at MHS! Or maybe you're graduating and looking at some new college classes that sound interesting. Languages are great options,...

MHS students get APUSHed to Lawnfield

Sarah Blakemore and Loren Wandersleben February 24, 2023

“A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck.” - James A. Garfield, 20th President of the United States In January, the Mentor High School APUSH (A.P. United States History) students had the luck...

MHS is working its way to transitioning students from MacBooks to Chromebooks - but why?

MacBooks to Chromebooks: Why Mentor’s Technology Transition?

Ayesha Faruki and Olivia West February 21, 2023

In the 2023-2024 school year, Mentor High School will be transitioning students from the use of MacBook computers to Chromebooks. The incoming Class of 2027 will be receiving new Chromebooks rather than...

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Turning ChatGPT Into Its Own Critic – Cardinal Nation comes clean on our last article

Zach Payne January 27, 2023

Yesterday, you may have noticed the story Cardinal Nation ran detailing how the quickly-rising ChatGPT artificial intelligence technology is impacting education. The article - entitled "ChatGPT: The New...

ChatGPT: The New Challenge Facing Education At MHS

ChatGPT: The New Challenge Facing Education At MHS

Zach Payne, Contributor January 26, 2023

    ChatGPT, a large language model developed by OpenAI, has been making waves in the world of technology and education. However, at Mentor High School, administrators and students are beginning to see...

Superintendent Craig Heath delivered his State of the Schools Address in Paradigm, January 24

Cardinal Nation Exclusive: State of the Schools Address

On Tuesday, at 11:30 a.m. in Mentor Schools' Paradigm building, the Mentor Chamber of Commerce hosted city government officials, parents, board members, and more to hear Superintendent Craig Heath’s...

School year calendar

New Semester, Same School

Ayesha Faruki and Olivia West January 20, 2023

It has been 142 days since you first walked into the halls of Mentor High this year on August 23rd, when the air was still warm and you were fresh out of summer vacation. For some of us, these five-or-so...

How can students tell the difference between the alphabet soup of different academic programs?

AP vs CCP vs CTE: What to Choose from the Academic Alphabet Soup?

Casey Gray, Contributor January 11, 2023

Sooner or later we all have to make a decision on what we want to do with our lives, and one of the first steps is trying to figure out what we want to do as our job. While that is a daunting task to...

How did Mentor High School respond? Mentors administrators evaluate our response.

Lockdown – The Administrative Response (Part 2)

Quinn Fuerst , Contributor January 10, 2023

After the December 15 lockdown at Mentor High School, the administration released the following statement: Parents, guardians, students and staff,  We have identified what triggered the emergency...

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