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Two MMI Preparatory School students are attending the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership World Leadership Congress in Chicago this week.
Angel A. Alday, a freshman at MMI, has been accepted into the Peabody Institute of The John Hopkins University.
Thomas G. Hood, head of school at MMI Preparatory School, has announced the names of students who have been named to the President’s List during the second semester.
Thomas G. Hood, head of school at MMI Preparatory School, has announced the names of students who achieved Honor Roll status during the fourth quarter.
A team from MMI participated in the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, which benefits the Greater Hazleton Unit of the ACS.
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By Grete DeAngeloMMI Social Studies Instructor
I live in a small town and I love it. So many students tell me they can’t wait to get out of this area, but I was one of those who never wanted to leave. In the summers, I walk early in the morning and I pass the same people on their own walking routes every day. It is unusual for me to drive or walk down Main Street and see anyone who doesn’t at least look familiar.
By Kim McNultyMMI Director of Advancement
When I joined the MMI family as the Director of Admissions and Financial Aid in 2007, I was thrilled to be joining a team that stood for educational excellence. Despite not being from this area, I quickly learned the integral role that MMI had played in the lives of so many people. Those people were now bringing their children to MMI. My role was well defined and my job was clear-cut: recruit students to MMI and walk families through the admissions and financial aid processes.
By Aprilaurie WhitleyMMI Director of Admissions, MMI Graduate, MMI Parent
Many people are reluctant to consider sending their child to an independent, private school, because, hey, the public schools are free. That is true, but in this case, free is not for me. I believe that parents actually have very few obligations toward their children. Legally, we are bound to feed them, clothe them, and give them shelter. After that, practically everything we do is a parental choice. For one of those parental choices, I believe we must give them the best education possible.
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