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Amy Zhang

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MTC presents spring musical production Urinetown

June 9, 2021

The Methacton Theatre Company hosted its red carpet premiere for the spring musical production Urinetown on May 27. Urinetown is a satirical comedy musical held in a water-less dystopian future where...

(center) Mr. Alzamora and Ms. Quintois, Unified Track and Field sponsors, go over the order of events list with athletes minutes before the Warriors faced off against Perkiomen Valley and Lower Moreland on April 20.

Methacton’s Unified Track Team Holds First Meet of 2021 Season

May 3, 2021

Methacton’s Unified Track and Field Team held their first home meet of the spring season on April 20 against Perkiomen Valley and Lower Moreland.  Senior Maria Coyle sang the National Anthem and...

The Multicultural Club collected 28 boxes of donations on March 6. Items included clothing, nonperishable foods, toiletries and common household items. The donations went to three local organizations: Mitzvah Circle, Norristown Ministries Hospitality Center and Aim High Studios.

The Multicultural Club hosts a drive-through charity event, collects 28 boxes of donations

March 15, 2021

Members of the Multicultural Club camped out at the senior parking lot on Saturday, March 6, to host a drive-through donation event. Several clubs, in addition to the Multicultural Club, participated...

Sophomore Chris Groff was a part of two-recording breaks events on Feb. 10, the 100 backstroke and the 200 medley relay.

Groff leads boys swim team in breaking two records

February 25, 2021

Sophomore Chris Groff broke the boys team record in the 100 backstroke in 52.74 during the Warriors’ home meet against Boyertown on Feb.10, eclipsing his own previous record from last season of 53.91. The...

MTC officers Maria Coyle, Cara Rydzewski and Julia Brady of the posed on the red carpet prior to the Jan. 14 showing of The Laramie Project. It was really important to be doing the show right now in light of everything to show how much progress weve made, but also how much progress we have to make as a society,” Coyle said.

Methacton Theatre Company presents virtual fall play, The Laramie Project

February 16, 2021

The Methacton High School Theatre Department hosted their opening night of the virtual fall play, The Laramie Project, on January 14.  The play was fully virtual, which was a first for the MHS Theatre...

Medicine and science club hosts second guest speaker session with physical therapist Kyle Kammerle

Medicine and science club hosts second guest speaker session with physical therapist Kyle Kammerle

January 25, 2021

The Medicine and Science Club hosted their second guest speaker session on Jan. 20, featuring Methacton alumnus, Kyle Kammerle, an outpatient physical therapist.  Kyle works at Willow Grove Physical...

Samsel used Photopea to design a portrait of a donor’s home. He volunteered for the event to support National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.

Aidan Samsel uses graphic design skills for good in Bethesda Project charity event

December 18, 2020

Tenth grader Aidan Samsel recently volunteered in a charity event benefiting homeless outreach held by the Bethesda Project, a nonprofit organization in Philadelphia.  The Bethesda Project provides...

Jason Skudlarek, who has a Masters of Science in Organic Chemistry, led a discussion with the Medicine and Science Club on Dec. 9.

The Medicine and Science Club hosts guest speaker, Jason Skudlarek

December 10, 2020

The Medicine and Science Club hosted their first virtual guest speaker session, featuring Jason Skudlarek on Dec. 9.  Mr. Skudlarek is a senior scientist at Merck West Point, a prominent research...

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