There are three student-run publications at MHS.
The Current, the source for news and views at MHS, is one of the leading high school papers in the country. The American Scholastic Press Association awarded The Current first place in 2007. In addition, individual writers have won numerous state and national awards and accolades for their writing. Journalism classes are required for all students who work on the newspapers. The Current is published monthly and distributed to students at school. Subscriptions are available to parents and families. Forms can be found in the Back to School Packet or downloaded here. Jennifer Miller serves as the teacher advisor.
The Inkblot is MHS’s literary and arts magazine. Submissions of visual art, photography, poetry and literature are accepted from high school students and edited by a staff of editors. The Inkblot is published twice a year, during the winter and the spring. Subscriptions are available to parents and families. Forms can be found in the Back to School Packet or downloaded here. Rebecca Owens serves as the teacher advisor.
The High School Yearbook is both a class and a passion for many MHS students. Under the watchful and helpful eye of the Carla Bowman Smith, the faculty advisor, yearbook contributors learn about design, layout, photography and color graphics. The yearbook crew is a tight group that works hard to capture the highlights of each school year. High School yearbooks can be purchased through the publisher—order forms are mailed to the home in the fall.