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Dear MCS Community, It is with a heavy and humbled heart that I share some disappointing news. Unfortunately, we have to cancel our Fall BASH Celebration and Dinner – Saturday, October 2nd, 2021. We were really looking forward to celebrating our successful Spring Online BASH auction with all of you as a community. Due to the
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MCS 2021-22 REOPENING PLAN

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MCS 2021-22 REOPENING PLAN: FLOW CHART

May Rampage!

The May issue of the Rampage is here! Check out how students are feeling about COVID-19 and remote learning, make yourself some snacks or homemade chia for your next Zoom meeting, and learn about other pandemics from history. School might look different, but our Publications and Journalism students are still hard at work. Click HERE to read!

April Rampage!

Satire Warning: In honor of April Fools’ Day, every article in this month’s Rampage is satire. Please proceed with caution, and if satire isn’t for you, don’t worry the Rampage will be back to normal in May (hopefully with physical copies as well.) Click HERE for the April Rampage!
The LSH Publications and Journalism students are still working hard to bring you the news. Look for the April Issue of the Rampage coming out soon, and until then, spend some time catching up with our back issues online! Click HERE for our archives!

2020 District 6B Tournamnet

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What is LSH Collegio class all about?

The Collegio class setting is a unique opportunity, offering incoming freshmen numerous academic and social-emotional opportunities. As an interdisciplinary course, Collegio supports the tandem experience of history and literature as students learn how the foundational underpinnings of western civilizations shape and inform the rich literature of the time. And because Collegio is a non-tracked course,