Monthly Archives: November 2011

New Inductees

The Mt. Ararat National Honor Society (NHS) inducted new members on Tuesday, November 15.  Approximately 60 parents and students attended the event.  NHS is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students.  More than just an honor … Continue reading

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MYAN Conference

Six Mt. Ararat students and English teacher, Jessica Newton attended the annual Maine Youth Action Network state conference in Augusta on November 21 and 22.  This two-day overnight event gathered 250 Maine youth in grades 7-12 and their adult partners … Continue reading

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College of Engineering

Mohamad Musavi, Associate Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Maine visited Mt. Ararat on November 10, 2011.  Dean Musavi met with approximately 50 Mt. Ararat students who have expressed interest in an engineering career.  He also … Continue reading

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2011 Maine Chinese Conference

Mt. Ararat High School had a contingent of people attend the 2011 Maine Chinese Conference in Bangor in October.  The event was sponsored by the Maine Department of Education and Husson University.  Chinese teachers, students, and administrators from across Maine … Continue reading

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Ecology at Mt. Ararat

Ecological Education is quite popular at Mt. Ararat High School.  Students are fully engaged in the Advanced Placement Environmental Science course, the Envirathon state competition, and work with the local Cathance River Education Alliance.  All these programs are designed to … Continue reading

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Interact Club

The Mt. Ararat Interact Club is a student civic organization whose mission statement emphasizes “service above self.”  The Interact teacher sponsor is Deb Ludwig.  The Club works closely with the Brunswick Rotary Club.  Past initiatives of Interact have included, but … Continue reading

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