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Articles About Yellow Springs High School
YS schools announced the October recipients of student and faculty awards at the Oct. 12 Board of Education meeting.
On Thursday, Oct. 12, McKinney Middle and Yellow Springs High School students celebrated National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month — which is observed Sept. 15–Oct. 15 — with a cultural fair and assembly.
In the upcoming Yellow Springs High School production of “She Kills Monsters,” comedy and drama come together to examine loss through a unique — and for its main character, unexpected — lens: the tabletop roleplaying game Dungeons and Dragons.
YS Schools announced the May recipients of student and faculty awards at the May 22 Board of Education meeting.
The 61 graduates of the Class of 2023 officially said “farewell” to Yellow Springs High School on Thursday, May 25, as they graduated in the school’s gym.
YSHS Seniors got the traditional clap out on Friday, May 19, as they filed by family and fellow students, faculty and staff lining the halls.
In early May, 14 Yellow Springs High School students were inducted as new members into the National Honor Society, an academic program centered on scholarship, community service and leadership.
The Class of 2023 seems to have made its mark on the front lawn of the Yellow Springs High School.
After a spate of illnesses cut short the McKinney and YSHS stage run of this year’s spring musical in early March, the cast and crew of “Mamma Mia!” returned triumphantly to the stage April 26, 27 and 28, and performed to a full house each night at the Foundry Theater.
YS Schools announced the April recipients of student and faculty awards at the April 13 Board of Education meeting.