The PAGE Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program honors Georgia’s highest achieving high school seniors and the teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic development.
To obtain the STAR nomination, high school students must have the highest score on any single test date of the SAT taken through the November test date of their senior year and be in the top 10 percent or top 10 students of their class based on grade point average. Nominee’s SAT scores must be equal to or higher than the 2019 national average scores on the Evidence Based Reading and Writing and Math sections of the SAT.
MZHS is proud to recognize senior Conner Fisher as the 2020 STAR STUDENT. He is the son of Brian and Elizabeth Fisher. Conner selected Coach Keith Holloway as his STAR TEACHER.
Congratulations to Amy Collins on being nominated the MZHS Employee of the Month for February!
According to Mrs. Fjeran, Amy is truly deserving of this award! Amy goes above and beyond for everyone here. People constantly walk in her office for help, asking for forgiveness when they have forgotten to do a purchase order. or just to chat. Amy is always welcoming and approachable. Everyone loves working with her and she is an example of an employee who is here for not only the students but faculty as well.”
Emily Phillips ~ Andrew College ~ Softball
Meredith Head ~ Huntingdon College~Tennis
Sawyer Anderson ~Mesabi Range College ~Football
Logan Buchanan ~ Arkansas Pine Bluff ~ Football
Jarred Knight ~ Huntingdon College ~ Football
Ben May ~ Illinois State ~ Football
Chase Zachary ~ Columbus State ~ Football
The STEM team represented MZH at the UWG STEM Goes Medieval Competition on Saturday, November 16. STEM team members are Jacob Jones, Allison Gibson, Bailey Brown, Alexa McCarty and Caleb Morse.
Mt. Zion High School’s Veteran's Day Celebration
Mt. Zion High School commemorated Veterans Day with an assembly of students, teachers and friends of the community on Monday morning, November 11th. The guest speaker, Senator Mike Dugan, brought an inspirational message for both the veterans present and the student body. ROTC cadets DJ Freeman, Cole Black, Jay Cody presented the colors and Senior Allison welcomed the guests. The band performed "American Flourish" and "To Honor: The Armed Forces of the United States of America" while the MZMS Chorus, under the direction of Ms. Ezzell, performed "God Bless the USA". A moment of silence was observed followed by the reading of the Veterans Day prayer by Emily Phillips.
Mt. Zion High School students competed in the Carroll County Technology Competition on November 6. Alexa McCarty and Reese McGuire placed 2nd in 9-10 Audio Production, Michael Cantrell and Jacob Jones placed 3rd in 11-12 Audio Production, Uriah Acord and Katelyn Hindsman placed 1st in 9-10 Digital Photography, Anna Grace Hennesy and Alex Nguyen placed 1st in 11-12 Multimedia Applications, Shelby Horn placed 1st in 11-12 Video Production, and McKayla Marlow and Sarah Grace Holt placed 2nd in 9-10 Video Production. Josh Redding and William McKerely placed 1st in 9-10 Internet Applications. The technology team is sponsored by Mrs. Heather Morse.
EAGLES RISE UP!