Over this past school year, the MSTC seniors have been working hard on their college applications in order to continue the rigorous studies involved in the MSTC curriculum at an institution of higher learning. After months of writing essays, requesting recommendations, and grappling with what they wanted to pursue in their continuing education - not … Continue reading College Decision Day
The Song of Understanding Written by Alexandra Seesee I long to sing the song of understanding, A beautiful creation without words, A message of inclusiveness expanding Across the world on wings as swift as birds’. Global communities by it united Embrace each other and encourage peace. New brotherhoods and sisterhoods incited Old prejudices … Continue reading The Song of Understanding
The 2019 MSTC Banquet will be held on Monday, May 20th at the Marriott Griffin Gate on Newtown Pike. Doors will open at 6:00pm and dinner will be served during the program at 6:30pm. All MSTC students and their family and friends are invited; formal invitations have been emailed out which allow invitees to RSVP … Continue reading Save the Date for This Year’s MSTC Banquet!
Within the MSTC family, there are many distinct cultures, religions, and ethnicities. Take a look at just one class and it is clear that we are extraordinarily diverse. However, MSTC students do have one thing in common: the ability to persevere through the toughest of late nights studying for exams or the countless hours spent … Continue reading A Journey Back to Our Roots
Each year, the Dunbar Academic Team competes at the regional, state, and national levels in quick recall and written assessment competitions. Additionally, it’s a club that many MSTC students are familiar with. For some, the Academic Team has provided a new competitive outlet, and for others, it’s simply a continuation of a long-time commitment. Regardless, … Continue reading An Academic Team Experience
Two months into the second semester, MSTC underclassmen have already chosen their classes for the next school year. Between balancing their MSTC electives and deciding their Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways, they had a lot to consider before making their final schedules. I’ve asked twenty different MSTC sophomores about their arrangements for junior year. Here … Continue reading MSTC Sophomores Take on Junior Scheduling
My entire family was born and raised in Romania, a small Eastern European country most notable for its vampiric king, Count Dracula. It is often overshadowed by more well-known countries such as Greece and Italy. Despite its size, it has a rich culture that is adored and practiced by almost 20 million people. To two … Continue reading Two Cultures, One Identity: Growing Up Romanian-American