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Scholarship List

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION FOR SENIORS -Application Process Local Scholarships are beginning to arrive in Ms. L. Brinkley’s office for students who will be graduating in May 2018 and are planning to attend a 2 year or 4 year college. There is a list of those scholarships and their due dates posted on Mrs. Brinkley’s door and in various locations on MCHS campus. As new scholarships come in, Ms. Brinkley will add them to the posted lists.

MCHS Eagle Media Students Produced 3rd Annual Ag Youth Symposium

On October 17 and 18, the MCHS Eagle’s Media team (advisors Beau Sherman and Leigh Twitty and students Wendy Escalante and Edgerin Williams) traveled to Moultrie to the Sunbelt Ag Expo and produced the 3rd Annual Ag Youth Symposium held on October 18. On October 17, the students used their press credentials to conduct radio interviews for WMCZ LP 94.5 FM, the school's radio station. ........

MCHS Leo Club

The Leo Club is off to a good start. Leo stands for Leadership, Experience and Opportunities. As members of Mitchell County High School Leo club, students are learning what it means to be a Leo. With a focus on community involvement at its center, students will be working this year to build relations with members inside of our community through volunteering and community outreach......
Leo Club


In The Spotlight

Martha Borra

Mitchell County High School Teacher of the Year

 Martha Borra has taught advanced science at MCHS for the past nine years. She received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Vanitha-Osmania University and her Specialist degree from Columbus State University. From a young age, Ms. Borra wanted to become a teacher for the purpose of helping children feel comfortable asking questions and mastering difficult topics. She has received extensive training in the Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program, which helps teachers implement components of engineering, computer science, and biomedical science into the classroom.  Ms. Borra stated that “…teaching is the noblest profession as we prepare students to face a complex and competitive world. We teach students the basics skills of life and how to be successful.”