Dec 3rd - Dec 3rd, 2022 - Snowland
6:00 pm - Mount Olive High School
Dec 6th - Dec 6th, 2022 - Parent Club Meeting
7:00 PM - High School Lobby/Commons
Dec 9th - Dec 9th, 2022 - WLHS-Frosty Fest
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Mount Olive High School
Yearbook sales begin on Friday, September 23, 2022! The back to school offer is $85 and includes the option for FREE Icons if you purchase personalization. Take advantage of the offer now through 10/21. Use the link below starting on Friday, 9/23 to make your purchase.
Each year nearly 1.5 million students from approximately 21,000 high schools enter the National Merit Scholarship Program by sitting for the PSAT/NMSQT (and meeting other program entry requirements). About 34,000 students are recognized as COMMENDED STUDENTS for their exceptional academic promise as a result of their performance on the PSATs they took last Fall. These students were among the top 50,000 scorers on the test. This makes them in the top 4% of all students who took the test in 2021.
This year Mount Olive High School had 11 students qualify for this designation. This is the largest number of students to be named COMMENDED STUDENTS in MOHS history.
They are, in alphabetical order:
They are all pictured below with their School Counselors and Mr. Moore, our Principal. One of our counselors, Stacy Delman, stated, after looking at the picture, “What a smart bunch of kids!” We couldn’t agree more or be more proud of them. Please join me in congratulating them! We are very proud of their efforts and achievements!
Additionally, MOHS is proud to announce that DHRUV RAGHURAMAN has been named a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist. To be named a Semifinalist, Dhruv was one of 16,000 students who were in the top 1% of all students who took the PSATs last October. Dhruv will now compete for one of 7,250 National Merit Scholarships that will be awarded in the Spring. Join us in congratulating Dhruv on his outstanding achievements!
Pictured below are Dhruv, his School Counselor Stacy Delman and Principal Kevin Moore.
The Governor’s School of New Jersey
“The Governor’s School of New Jersey Program in the Sciences (GSNJS) is a 3-week residential program where students are immersed in intense college-level research on the campus of Drew University. High school students who live in New Jersey are nominated by their schools and applications are submitted in the fall of the junior year for participation in the following summer. New Jersey’s Governor’s School in the Sciences is a very prestigious program for rising high school seniors.” – drew.edu/governors-school/
This past summer, 2 Mount Olive students were among the 85 students selected from more than 350 nominees from the state of NJ to participate in the NJ Governor's School in Sciences. This is a very prestigious program, to say the least. MOHS is very proud of CLAUDIA STERLING and DHRUV RAGHURAMAN! They are the first to represent MOHS in the last few years.
Dhruv and Claudia are pictured below.
Claudia had this to say about her experience:
“Attending the NJ Governor's School in the Sciences was an absolutely amazing experience! I took classes in Neurobiology, the Molecular Biology of Cancer, and Human Evolution from actual professors at Drew University, showing me what it is like to be in a collegiate environment. I also participated in a project titled Computational Biochemistry, where I worked with a team of 10 other members to develop a presentation and research paper about substrates that can bind to an enzyme found in ancient yeast strands. When I wasn't working, I was spending time with other people in the program and making friends with people from all over NJ who I still talk to today. This was a phenomenal program, and I am so grateful that I was able to participate in it!”
“We spent the first two weeks taking various classes virtually; I took Data Analysis with Python, Molecular Orbital Theory of Chemistry, and Modern Physics. The third week was in-person, on-campus at Drew University. I joined 11 other students in the Quantum Computation project group as we explored the intersections between quantum computers and classical algorithms. Between attending classes and working with my project group, I connected with like-minded peers from all corners of New Jersey. On the final day, my group produced a paper and presentation on the advantages and limitations of quantum computing in various fields.”
Join us in letting Dhruv and Claudia know how proud we are of them and how they have represented MOHS!
Congratulations Javier Ongaro for winning SkillsUSA State Plumbing Championship
Mount Olive High School is proud to recognize Javier Ongaro for his accomplishments in Plumbing and Vocational Education. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. They provide educational programs, events and competitions that support career and technical education in the nation’s classrooms. The competitions that are held showcase the determination and skill of the competitor against other technical high schools in the state and country. Javier won the equivalent of a State Championship for his work in Plumbing and has been invited to participate in the National Competition taking place in Atlanta the week of June 20, 2021.
Javier is the first Mount Olive Marauder ever to win the SkillsUSA competition and qualify for the National Championship. Javier is the son of Alberto Ongaro and Gabriela Garcia Amarilla. He is pictured here with his counselor, Stacy Delman.
We are proud of his accomplishments and wish him the best of luck in the future!
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