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Act on ACT

February 5, 2016

   By Amel Fazlagic, News Editor The ACT comes around every year and haunts the juniors. “I wish I would’ve prepared more for that test,” many students say as they leave the testing are...

District Innovates For the Future

District Innovates For the Future

February 5, 2016

By Allen Ganic, Reporter District Innovates For the Future     The district has an interesting plan to open up an innovative based elementary school in the near future.     In two...

Four Tips to Make Your Next Year Great

Four Tips to Make Your Next Year Great

February 5, 2016

     With the course scheduling happening for freshman, sophomores and juniors, some students may be very confused as to what courses to take. Some students are drawn to the more advanced and chall...

Are High School Relationships Worth it?

Are High School Relationships Worth it?

February 4, 2016

Relationships are a delicate topic to talk about, especially between high school students. Are high school relationships really worth it?     Some people say high school relationships teach you how to make sacrifices and learn t...

Teacher Left Heartbroken with Rams Departure

Teacher Left Heartbroken with Rams Departure

January 27, 2016

       Jan. 12 - After a 20-year stay, Stan Kroenke and the Rams have officially relocated to Los Angeles (Inglewood, CA) with a 30-2 vote between NFL owners. The move has left many St. Loui...

Strongman paves way to Success

Strongman paves way to Success

January 5, 2016

In the midst of winter sports, athletes continue to strive towards excellence on the courts, in the pool or on the mats. Though, one senior pushes himself to the limit in a sport that isn’t offered at...

Student Stories from the Woods

Student Stories from the Woods

January 5, 2016

In many parts across the nation and the world, people from all ages, with a legal license enjoy the feeling of thrill through the sport of hunting.     Hunting, the activity of stalking wild animals or game,...

The Silence Among Students

Mikayla Kuhlmann, Reporter

January 5, 2016

Filed under Archive, Features

    Nervously walking up to the front of the class, trembling to speak the words coming out of your mouth. You are standing there in fear afraid to present your work. The butterflies in your stomach, the sweaty palms and voice cracks, public speaking can be utterly terrifying.     Students all over the world sit back in their chairs and desks, hunched over trying to avoid getting called on or sit in fear becau...

Kudos to the Counselors

Lexie Clemmons, Reporter

January 4, 2016

Filed under Archive, Features

 In the midst of a disaster, your very own MHS counselors came to the rescue, and the best part? You had no idea.     Let’s take a second to look back to the sunny, bittersweet, 13th day of August, 2015. It’s 7:00 am on the first day of school. Freshmen are wandering around, stuck in a daze, hopelessly seeking their first block classes. Sunkissed sophomores stand around gushing over their “turnt” summer break in...

2015 in Review: Top 5 Moments

2015 in Review: Top 5 Moments

December 31, 2015

Athletes competed in District and State Championships, upset the favorite and put their names in school record books. Students and community members made a difference in their community, and a variety...

Johnny Vs. Basketball

Johnny Vs. Basketball

December 20, 2015

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Protecting Our School

Protecting Our School

December 17, 2015

With around 355 shootings involving four or more victims happening this year alone, the question of security and safety of civilian lives is raised. Mehlville is trying to answer this question and kee...