New book study fosters conversation on success

Srinidhi Valathappan | The Chronicle Mason High School (MHS) is full of students who strive for success at everything the school has to offer including the brand new book study.  This relentless drive often brings with it stress, burnout and a highly competitive culture that can take a toll on the well-being of students. Senior Nura Salem is a first-year […]

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Teenagers explore the use of workout supplements

Drew Hoffmaster | The Chronicle Teens gulp down a fruit punch or blue raspberry flavored drink not knowing the true effects it has on their bodies. According to the Center of Disease Control, 51.5% of teenagers in the United States spend time in the gym building strength and becoming fit for three or more days in a week. Exercising as […]

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Hilinski’s Hope Foundation addresses student-athlete mental health

Megan Lee | The Chronicle Seniors, Mia Keim and Yana Parker helped bring The Hilinski´s Hope Foundation to Mason High School. On May 3rd, 2023 Mason High School (MHS) welcomed Mark and Kym Hilinski of the Hilinski´s Hope Foundation to speak to students about the importance of student-athlete mental health. Senior Hope Squad members, Keim and Parker planned and organized […]

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Seniors take different approaches in college roommate search

Drew Hoffmaster | The Chronicle When a student finally reaches college, they do not have to room with their annoying sibling, but have the opportunity to choose a roommate. College is often the first time students are living independently and experience having a roommate. Mason High School students have been using a variety of methods to find roommates – through […]

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Aspiring teachers compete at education conference

Drew Hoffmaster | The Chronicle Tell students, they forget; teach students and they remember; collaborating with others, students will learn. Over March 11 and 12, 2023, Mason High School’s (MHS) Teacher Academy students attended Educators Rising, a convention hosted at Capital University for students across Ohio interested in teaching. Students competed in a myriad of competitions to encourage their exploration […]

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Business-Minded Artist targets Mental Health Awareness

Divy Bose | The Chronicle Art speaks louder than words. Mason High School (MHS) offers a multitude of art classes that range anywhere from graphic design to sculpture, allowing students to foster their creation and expression through art. Through taking Digital Image Design, where she learned the mechanics of graphic designing, senior Taylor Jackey has discovered a new interest in […]

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MHS students take advantage of College Credit Plus Program

Elina Bishoyi | The Chronicle Some Mason High school (MHS) students are earning credit where credit is due. Numerous MHS students opt for taking classes over the summer and school year through the College Credit Plus (CCP) program. CCP courses allow students to acquire college credits in high school, and the credits earned transfer to colleges that accept them. Colleges […]

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Students choose to pause social media usage

Laurel Wang | The Chronicle Mason High School (MHS) students are unplugging to recharge. From Schoology assignments to pre-bedtime scrolling, the digital age has permeated almost all aspects of students’ lives. A 2022 report from Pew Research Center found that 95% of teenagers use at least one social media platform and 46% report being online almost constantly. However, some MHS […]

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Transplant brings new perspective on organ donation

Aimee Liu | The Chronicle Organ donation is not just a checkbox at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). Organ donation is the process of surgically removing a healthy organ from a donor for transplantation to another person. Donors can be alive or deceased and can donate internal organs such as hearts, livers, kidneys, lungs, and more.  The process of […]

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Celebrating with Community

Megan Lee | The Chronicle With the first semester of the 2022-23 school year coming to a close, students at Mason High School are looking forward to how they are going to spend their winter break. The Chronicle staff asked some students what their winter traditions are, and how it brings them joy. Each Christmas Eve, the Habra family spends […]

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