MHS Rises Above the Rest


Elena Wasserman, Staff Writer

After the application, the on-campus evaluation, and the anticipation, the wait is finally over. Miramonte has been officially named a distinguished school!

“Our students work very hard and it is great to have them, along with the teachers, have the opportunity to be recognized for their hard work and dedication to this school,” Spanish Teacher Megan Flores said.

Miramonte has now been given the official name of a distinguished school, which means that when students are entering high school or college they will be able to say they attend a distinguished school.

“I am very excited about this honor because our teachers work so hard with our students in whatever level or program they’re in so we as a school can succeed,” Principal Adam Clark said.