Summer Reading is behind us. For some it had been lingering since June; for others, it was finished in June. This article looks at the students’ perspective on the summer reading program here at MSJ. Many students answered survey questions, and the results were split fifty-fifty between the […]
Enjoy pictures from the Fall Pep Rally and a preview of MSJ Homecoming 2016! Homecoming is always a busy day at The Mount. The soccer and football games bring a large crowd of students dressed in the theme and covered in face paint. This year there is even a post-soccer, […]
This year at the Mount, as is usually the case, there are a group of new teachers, and to learn more about them The Quill set out to interview all of the teachers new to the school this year. My interview was with Ms. Mary Wittelsberger, a new […]
What Affects National Parks? There are many different threats that face national parks. Protecting them and preserving them is becoming harder and harder. The threats aren’t just from people, but also natural disasters and other naturals factors. Some of these problems can be stopped, but others are inevitable, […]
Co-Authored by Greg Keidel ’19 and Christopher Flynn ’19 As spring sports begin and final cuts are being made, we look back at this year’s basketball season. The Gaels were led by seniors Pierre Johnson, Randy Miller, and Miles Wilson; juniors Justice Kendall, Darryl Morsell, and Nigel Jackson; […]
Even though there is the opportunity that games will get some classmates off track, the iPads have been a great tool for helping the freshmen out with their education.