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Computer Science A AP Exam

May 07, 2015

Coach Rockhold and Hawks Interviewed on KSCO 1080AM

Last night, Neil Pearlberg, the host of KSCO 1080AM's Hour Local Sports radio show interviewed varsity boys volleyball Coach Nate Rockhold and teammembers Tyler Sullens, Nate Vince and Brigg Busenhart. If you missed the program, the podcase is now available! 

Santa Cruz Sentinel, Name Dropping: Mount Madonna Students Making a Difference

Santa Cruz Sentinel, 3/28/2015, "Print Gallery Donates T-Shirts" and "Pre/K, 5th and 9th grade studetns conduct Pajaro River mouth and beach cleanup." Read more

Students Move Up in Piano Certificate of Merit Program

Congratulations to Mount Madonna School students Given Rehani, 7th, Riley Wagner, 6th, and Zach Wagner, 9th, who recently participated in the Certificate of Merit Program for pian, at the University of California, Santa Cruz. All three passed their level requirements: Given, level one, Riley, level five and Zach, level seven.

Senior Luncheon

May 21, 2015

HSBVB Varsity vs. PCS @ MMS

Apr 27, 2015

5th grade Orca Project Assembly for Middle/High Students

The assembly will include a preview showing of  the 5th Graders orca movie.

May 07, 2015

Summit for the Planet Post Event Celebration

Students will have a post-event celebration on Monday, May 18th in the gym.

May 18, 2015

Thinking About the Future: Parents Present Career Forum for Students

THANK YOU to everyone who made our Career Forum another great success! A special thank you goes to our Planning Committee and Participants for their invaluable contribution. It was fun, engaging and a wonderful learning experience. It takes a great amount of time and energy to plan and execute this wonderful event so please know that it is of great value to and appreciated by our student community.

An Exchange of Ideas and Values: Woodside Priory Visits MMS

The concept of value is often used in connection to material possessions, as opposed to more intangible entities such as education and learning. What would happen, then, if high school students were asked to first define this concept of value for themselves and continually return to and reflect upon that definition in the classroom and infuse it into their own studies?