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Bomb, knife suspect unlikely to return to Mt. Hope

Bomb, knife suspect unlikely to return to Mt. Hope

The Warren man arrested for having a bomb in his bedroom and bringing a knife to Mt. Hope High School may never return to the school, administrators said this week. Though they would not comment publicly, one district official said this week that it would be surprising to see Patrick T. Collins, 18, of 9


Mt. Hope basketball coach fired

Mt. Hope boys’ basketball head coach John McDonough, whose emotionally charged style of coaching was often punctuated with sideline profanities, was fired after he and one of his players got into an altercation during a game against Rogers High School on Wednesday, Jan. 23. The team finished out its regular season on Feb. 18 against

Mt. Hope senior CJ Gerhard finishes the 200 meter freestyle.

Mt. Hope swim teams gain experience, if not wins

The Mt. Hope High School boys’ swim team completed its five-meet schedule on Thursday, Feb. 5, when they faced undefeated Rogers High School at Roger Williams University. The Huskies finished the season with a record of 1-3, but the team, made up of young swimmers, made marked individual improvements during the season. The team’s 11-man

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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