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Meridian High School

Whatcom County Health Department Measles Letter

This letter is being provided as a precautionary step to provide parents with information concerning a recent measles outbreak in British Columbia:

An unimmunized child in Whatcom County tested positive for measles this month after being exposed to the virus at a private school in Canada. There is currently an outbreak of measles in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia which is located just north of the border. As of March 26, 2014 British Columbia Health Officials reported 237 confirmed cases of measles. The majority of the cases are related to a private school that has a very high number of unvaccinated children. View the letter here...

New! Spring 2014 Newsletter

The latest MHS Newsletter has been released. See what we have going on for the remainder of the year! You can get it here or at the MHS Important Links to the right.

Whatcom Academies at MHS - Enroll Now for 2014-15!

Northwest Career & Technical Academy

We are taking 2014-15 applications for 10th - 12th graders! Don't delay! Access the application here. Connect with our counselors, Mrs. Kratzig or Mr. McMains to start the process: (360) 398-8111.

We host three satellite programs with the Northwest Career & Technical AcademyConstruction Careers AcademyEngineering Academy and Welding Academy. These are outstanding opportunities to get real, practical training in these three fields. Junior and senior students from Whatcom and Skagit counties are eligible to attend every day from 8:00-10:30 next school year and pick up 3 high school credits and numerous college credits - and it's FREE! These three programs meet on our campus in our new Career & Technical Education building.

AP Exam Fees and Ordering Information

AP students and families: It is now time to order AP exams. Our AP teachers are asking students to make a commitment to test (or not) by Wednesday of this week. Regular AP exam fees have not gone up this year. They are $89 per exam and represent a great value for those who attain a score allowing them to claim credits at the college level. For students seeking financial assistance, there is a verification form, available here and from Mrs. Heslep in the main office. Qualifiying students will be charged $18 per exam. Mrs. Heslep will be able to help with any questions you may have.

World Language Survey

Thank you to all who took the time to respond to the world languages survey. We received 27 responses from the survey. Given the results and the overwhelming response from students to our counselors, we are going to offer American Sign Language for the 2014-15 school year at MHS.

MHS Daily Bulletin ~ April 17, 2014

April  17, 2014
Black Day



MHS Parent Roundtable

The next parent roundtable meeting is Tuesday, April 22nd at 6:00pm. This is an opportunity for parents to come and speak with Mr. Harvill and Mr. Everett about topics of interest. These run for about an hour and are in our library and we commonly have cookies and coffee. Please join us! (The final Parent Roundtable for this year will be May 20th at 6:00pm.)