Second Annual Youth Climate Rally Sends Message

5/2017

By Violet Tabacco

As the world industrialises, up go carbon emissions and up go Earth’s temperatures. These rising temperatures . . . Read More

Voland Works with MHS Jazz Combos

5/2017

By Lila Markow

On April 13, jazz musician George Voland came to Montpelier High School to work with the two MHS jazz combos . . . Read More


Proficiency Based Grading Fits In at MHS

By Lila Markow and Violet Tabacco

Entering the 2016-17 school year, Montpelier High School took a new approach to learning with a brand new grading system.  Based on a one to four scale, the new system, known as Proficiency Based Grading, incorporates . . . Read More


What is PLAY Mentoring?

By Jackson Markow 

Every Wednesday, roughly 36 students leave home bright and early to head out to either Main Street Middle School or Union Elementary school, well before school . . . Read More

Some Words on Winter Solstice

By Juna Nagle

12/2016

With short days and long nights, the signs of winter have commenced. Even though darkness sweeps the town early, the rise . . . Read More

Holiday Drives and Fundraisers

12/2016

MHS is involved in, or hosting, quite a few holiday fundraisers in order to help those in need and give back to the community.  In order to help MHS students and staff understand all . . . Read More

MHS Masque presents . . .

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying 

December, 15, 16, & 17 at 7;00 PM

Come see Masque's fall production for 2016!  Directed by Kianna Bromley, his Pulitzer . . . Read More


Winter Sports Thank Yous

By Kayla Woodman

To all who have participated in winter sports this year, the Solon Spectrum would like to send a thank you for all of your hard work.  The teams . . . Read More

2016 - A Fruitful Season for MHS Debate

By Jackson Markow

From February 13-15, two MHS debate teams and MHS debate coach Marijke Russo debated at the annual Harvard Invitational Debate in Cambridge Massachusetts. . . .Read More


The Past, Present, and Future of The Solon Spectrum

By Jackson Markow

The Solon Spectrum is back this year in an all new iteration, but the history of The Solon Spectrum and of other past newspapers at MHS goes back a long time. . . .  Read More

In Remembrance of Lara Sobel

By Kayla Woodman

On August 7th, 2015, DCF Social Worker Lara Sobel's life was tragically ended . . . Read More

Where's Winter?

By Jackson Markow

Have you been wondering lately where any of the signs that you live in Vermont and that it is winter have been?  Well, if you have been, you certainly are right to! . . . Read More

MHS English Teacher Wins Poetry Award

By Kayla Woodman

On September 26th, Montpelier High School English teacher Kerrin McCadden was presented with the first ever Vermont Book Award for her poetry by the Vermont College of Fine Arts.  Kerrin is notable. . . Read More