MHS Celebrates College Signings

 

MHS is and will be celebrating academic signings for seniors committing to universities for next school year. The first group was acknowledged on March 27th at MHS:

Miss Jessica Creigh, will attend University of Delaware to study English Education

Miss Allison Fitzgerald, will attend Western Carolina University to study Social Work

Mr. Ethan Hurd, will attend Lebanon Valley College to study Physical Therapy

Miss Monique Pressley, will attend George Mason University to study Criminology, Law, and Society

Miss Deja Rodriquez-Santiago, will attend University of Delaware to study Psychology

Miss Madison Rogers, will attend Shenandoah University to study Occupational Therapy

Miss Hayden Shockley, will attend Montclair State University to study Nursing

Miss Lindsay Shockley, will attend Shenandoah University to study Psychology/Occupational Therapy

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