Other Clubs & Activities
Students also can develop leadership skills and other interests in traditional co-curricular activities such as:
- Various student publications, including a student newspaper and yearbook
- Student government associations
- Computer, environmental, photography, science, and math clubs
- Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts
- 4-H and FFA
MHS students also are encouraged to contribute their time to community service projects, such as volunteering at nursing homes and working at homeless shelters. Off-campus internships and work programs are offered through business and community organizations. A student recreation center and student lounge, which serves as a social area for older students, is open on weekends.