Tag Archives: Mt. Hope High School

Jessica Cerce works smooths the top edge of a bowl.

Mt. Hope artists help fill Empty Bowls

Mt. Hope artists help fill Empty Bowls

Mt. Hope students got down and dirty last week, “throwing” mud around in the name of art and charity. For the past 14 years, Mt. Hope High School art teacher Kerri Sloat has given students in her ceramics class a day off from learning to give them a day to create art for others. This

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‘Best Buddies’ build friendships at Mt. Hope

Among the countless friendships at Mt. Hope High School, there are some Best Buddies. The buddies are a group of students whose developmental and cognitive abilities require them to receive education in a specialized environment. And while these students learn their academic lessons in a contained learning environment, through the Best Buddies program, they are

Former Mt. Hope High School students wait to get their diplomas at the 2014 graduation.

Mt. Hope grad rate dips, remains above state average

Bristol-Warren’s high school’s graduation rate dipped a bit in 2014, but still remained above the state high school average. Mt. Hope High School’s four-year graduation rate came in 87 percent in 2014, according to Rhode Island Department of Education numbers. Last week, the Rhode Island Department of Education released information about high school graduation rates

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Huskies DelSanto inducted into Coaches Hall of Fame

In his 26 years as a head coach, offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator at schools around Rhode Island, Mt. Hope High School football coach T.J. DelSanto has been a high school Super Bowl champion, two time Super Bowl runner-up and co-author of an undefeated season. He now can add another accolade to the resume: Hall

Mt. Hope All-state band finalists include Bryce Obrien (front, left), Elizabeth Hennen, Sara Slusarski, Nicholas Kirby, Kayla Placido, Rose Pansa, Laura Iacono, Sean silva (back, left), Alex Brassard, Kirby Forsberg, CJ Gerhard, Michael Contente, Mitchell Kenna and Justin Slocumb.

Mt. Hope students selected for All State Band/Vocal Festival

After months of endless run throughs of complex musical arrangements, five Mt. Hope High School students were selected to play in the All State Music Festival, a showcase of the top high school musicians and singers. Among the five vocalists and one guitarist who will share the stage with other top musicians in the state