Commencement will be held on Sunday, June 1st, 2014 at the Cintas Center at Xavier Universitty. Tickets will not be required for the Commencement!
Graduates should arrive at 12:30 p.m. Doors will open to the public at 12:30p.m.
Special seating will be available for handicapped guests.
Commencement will begin promptly at 2:00p.m.
Appropriate attire for Commencement:
Ladies: white, light colored dress, no flip flops
Guys: white shirt, tie, dark pants, dress shoes, no flip flops.
Four out of the five local top achievers on the US National Chemistry Olympiad test are Mason High School students! 110 top AP Chemistry students from across the Tri-state tested their skills by taking the exam inMarch. MHS juniors Michael Chen took second place, Harrison Walsh earned third place, Tina Tan placed fourth and Christopher McPherson came in fifth place. ON April 16, the students received a Ralph E.
Mason High School Band Director Bob Bass has been elected into the membership of the American Bandmasters Association (ABA).
Flipping burgers isn’t on this summer’s agenda for ten Mason High School students. Instead, they’ll be putting their Information Technology skills to work at General Electric, KnowledgeWorks, Kroger, and the Western & Southern Financial Group.
Three Mason band ensembles participated in America's premiere music education festival - the Music for All National Concert Band Festival, March 6-8 in Indianapolis. Mason is the only school district ever to have three ensembles invited to participate at the festival in the same year.
On March 15, 71 Mason City Schools students will present their projects during the 10th Annual UC Science and Engineering Expo. This is the most Mason projects to qualify for UC’s fair in district history! Students from school districts across southwest Ohio will present at this event for scholarships and other awards. Mason Middle School and Mason High School students who earned a superior rating at the Mason Science Fair in February were eligible to attend the UC fair.
MMS 7th Grade UC Science Fair Participants
Three Mason High School students will showcase their artistic talents at the state level next month.
Senior artist Carrie Bruns, and junior artists Sami Jo Giesel and Mackenzie Green will each have one of their artworks on display alongside 297 other works of art featured in the 2014 Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition.
From the 12,000 regional entries from the 15 regions, approximately 2,500 are selected to enter the state judging. State jurors then selected 300 for state exhibition.
The Mason High School Science Olympiad team will represent our community once again in state-level competition. This year’s state tournament takes place April 26 in Columbus.
The MHS team qualified after a sterling performance at the regional tournament on March 1.The school sent two groups to the regional high-school-level competition, and the teams showed their strength by coming in first and second respectively. In fact, every MHS competitor placed in at least one event during regionals!