With the opening notes of Edward Elgar’s traditional processional music Pomp and Circumstance, two long columns of graduates made their way down the...
Skim the record books for the past four years of high school soccer, basketball and baseball, and you’ll notice a recurring name. Skim the grade...
Some are accomplished writers. Others are star athletes. Still others are artists. They have opinions and passions and disagreements among themselves...
When Katy Smith saw the scholarship advertised under Diana Bardwell’s name, she was inspired to try for it. “She was always very warm, always willing...
Most Islanders who pursue higher education opportunities leave the Vineyard. Some move away permanently, some temporarily and some on a day-to-day-...
Brian Weiland is with the band. Exactly which band is highly variable. Determining the band or for that matter the instrument Mr. Weiland plays is a...
 John RobertsValedictorian, is the son of John and Elizabeth Roberts of Oak Bluffs. He will attend Williams College in Williamstown in the fall...
Robin Forte, Island Grown Schools’ Harvest of the Month guest chef for the Edgartown School, moved through the lunch room with a tray of asparagus...
A standing ovation welcomed the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School’s class of 2013 to the stage at their commencement ceremony last Sunday...

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