The Chinese American Parent and Student Association (CAPSA) was founded by the MHHS community. Led by a five-member committee, this organization welcomes all parents and students who have Chinese heritage or those interested in Chinese culture. CAPSA works with the PTSA to serve Mount Hebron faculty and students while promoting cultural diversity, understanding, and integration.
Meetings will begin promptly after school on Wednesdays in Room 232. Athletes will be dismissed at 2:40. All freshmen are welcome to attend meetings and volunteer at class-sponsored events.
The Dance Company is the highest level of dance offered at Mt. Hebron High School. Advanced dancers audition to be selected for this class, which functions as both a curricular subject and an extracurricular activity. While many of the rehearsals take place in class during the school day, many performances are scheduled in the evening hours. Dance Company averages approximately two performances per month. Company members also participate in a variety of fund raising activities and assist with behind the scenes work.
We are the Mt Hebron Branch of the Delta Scholars, in collaboration with the Delta Sigma Theta sorority. The Delta Scholars was created to promote continued academic excellence in young ladies in grades 10-12 with a GPA of 3.0 or better. The Delta Scholars also have the opportunity to develop/refine leadership skills through the various projects, events and community service activities throughout the year.
Welcomes all parents and students who have Indian heritage or those interested in Indian culture. For more information, contact Gopi Suri at Gopi_Suri@yahoo.com
Model United Nations (MUN) is a speech and debate activity in which students take the part of political and diplomatic leaders of states while role-playing their interactions in the United Nations, in crisis situations, in historic events, and other international relations scenarios.
The Mt. Hebron Parents of African-American Students organization is a satellite organization of the PTSA. As parents of students enrolled at Mt. Hebron High School, we work together to implement programs to help ensure the overall success of our students. We ask that parents "make a difference by being the difference" in the lives of not just their student but all of the African-American students at Mt Hebron as well as the great Mt. Hebron community.
Student-run newspaper that runs stories on student interests, sports, and editorial features.
Viking Service Club is transitioning to a New Club: Vikings Helping Vikings.
This program will provide mentoring to new students, outreach opportunities to the viking community and general volunteerism. We will also advertise and support service activities of the Horizon Foundation of Howard County.
If interested in joining, please complete the following survey--