Mason’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) conducted its annual induction ceremony to welcome yet another group of new members. This year’s ceremony was held in the auditorium, and as the evening progressed, 44 students officially became a part of NHS; adding to the 37 active members.
On Tuesday, November 26th, the MEHTV Studio Crew sponsored a Cre8tive Workshop at the Tyson’s Corner Microsoft Store. The Cre8tive workshop series introduced over twenty MEH students and parents to the “Movies” art form using Windows 8.1 products as their medium.
After a long awaited approval for departure, the refuge Cairo students at George Mason have finally gotten the OK to return back to Cairo safely. The announcement was released by the U. S. Embassy sometime on November 1, but the students weren’t notified until November 6.
All third grade students in Virginia study the ancient cultures of Rome, Mali and Greece. They discover many amazing things about the cultures of these civilizations, and the effects they had on each other, as well as our modern society.
Share the [G]LOVE” is not just a clever sound bite to get you warmed up the holiday season. In fact it is part of tradition within George Mason that with every holiday season, the students support the community by starting canned food drives, toy collection and other fundraisers.
The Like-a-Bot, Great White Gears, and Brick Beasts (TJES) FIRST Lego League (FLL) Club teams have been invited to participate in the 2013 Virginia FIRST Lego League State Tournament after qualifying at regional tournaments held around Northern Virginia on November 9 and 16.
Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School eighth grade student Linnea Skotte organized a presentation on world water issues for her classmates and teachers. Students learned about the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam and the importance of providing clean water to all people.
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Due to the Government Shutdown the semi-annual foreign exchange with Lycée Ozenne, a school in Toulouse, the French Exchange had to take on a new spin to things.
On Saturday October 19th, the GMHS Best Buddies team met at Oakton High School and hopped on a bus to Morven Park for the annual Best Buddies Challenge. Our whole team did a 5K walk after months of raising money for the Best Buddies organization.
College—a single word that has the ability to send many GMHS seniors into a full on panic attack, and with college crunch time approaching, glitches in the admissions system, and poor in school preparation, have left numerous George Mason High School Seniors feeling at a loss.