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Students honor MIHS teachers

Students honor MIHS teachers

Teachers and staff from MIHS received a special surprise from the Student Body Government (SBG) last Friday at the school’s library. For the first time, SBG officers organized a combined in-person and virtual teachers’ day event for the more than 60 teachers in the school. The officers kept the planned event secret for two weeks. […]

World Tuna Day bash in Majuro

World Tuna Day bash in Majuro

KAREN EARNSHAW The Marshall Islands Marine Resources Authority hosted a World Tuna Day 2022 celebration in the HQ parking lot on May 14, the second year it has celebrated the big day at its new facilities. The biggest feature of the afternoon was the slicing and dicing of, what else?, tuna, with the competition divisions […]

A royal MIHS celebration

A royal MIHS celebration

WILMER JOEL Marshall Islands High School (MIHS) enhanced the Culture Week spirit and celebration with their second Mini-Manit King and Queen Pageant last week at the school’s compound. The idea of establishing a King and Queen contestant came from the former student body government officers of 2019-2020 which was approved by the school administration and […]

A blast at MIHS

A blast at MIHS

WILMER JOEL Marshall Islands High School (MIHS) stirred up the new school year’s first activity with a smashing start, the school’s welcome party. The welcome party has been a school tradition in welcoming incoming pre-nine, regular nine, transfer students, and new teachers and staff. MIHS Student Body Government Officers, grade level officers from 10th to […]

Press meets power radio

Press meets power radio

The newspaper and media club that manages “The Current” newspaper at Marshall Islands High School paid a visit to the Power 103.5FM radio station the other day. They were joined by advisor Ron Sidal and Vice Principal of Academic Affairs Kathy Digno. They were welcomed by their tour guides singing sensation Rosie Delmah and radio […]

Delayed MISAT hits Majuro

Delayed MISAT hits Majuro

Marshall Islands Standard Achievement Test (MISAT) exams got down to business in Majuro in early August, with incoming ninth graders taking the test at Marshall Islands High School. Because of Covid-related issues, the annual MISAT testing was not conducted as usual in the March-to-April period earlier this year. Instead, the Public School System truncated its […]

Good going grads

Good going grads

While schools in the Marshall Islands are implementing various types of graduations because of government-imposed Covid-19 restrictions, Jable Calvary Temple Church last weekend honored graduating students from multiple schools who attend their congregation. This group of recent graduates was recognized by church members for graduating from Majuro Middle School, Seventh Day Adventist, Marshall Islands High […]

Career Day a hit at MIHS

Career Day a hit at MIHS

WILMER JOEL Education week went well for Marshall Islands High School (MIHS), with a Career Day the highlight. For Career Day, the school invited government departments and non-government organizations to showcase their responsibilities to the students — so that students may learn from them, and get inspiration to one day replace them in their seat. […]

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