MCKENZIE BRADFORD RECEIVES DST SORORITY SCHOLARSHIP Magnolia High School senior, McKenzie Bradford, was recently awarded the 2024 Delta Sigma Theta (DST) Sorority Scholarship. Delta Sigma Theta is a public service sorority. Magnolia Alumnae Chapter members Cheryl Stuart, Betty Muldrew, and Annie Witcher presented the $500 award to McKenzie. Pictured: McKenzie Bradford, DST Sorority Scholarship awardee and DST Sorority members Cheryl Stuart, Betty Muldrew, and Annie Witcher.
19 days ago, Magnolia School District
DST Sorority Scholarship
ALLHANDS RECIPIENT OF SHELTER INSURANCE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP Magnolia High School senior, Baker Allhands, was recently awarded the 2024 Shelter Insurance Foundation Agents Scholarship. This program annually awards scholarships to graduating high school seniors in communities with a Shelter Mutual Insurance Company agent participating in the program. The highlights of the program are: $1,500 scholarships that are awarded annually to graduating seniors who attend high schools that are approved and accredited by that state's Departments of Education. The scholarship is paid directly to any accredited college, university, or trade school in which the scholarship recipient has enrolled, by the September following their high school graduation and is applied toward tuition, fees, books, and on-campus housing charges. A local selection committee of three to five people consisting of high school officials and leaders of the business and/or professional community considers the applicants' scholastic achievement, participation and leadership in school and community activities, citizenship, moral character, educational goals, and financial need. Scholarships are given without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other classification protected by federal, state or local law. Children of any Shelter Insurance® Agent or employee are not eligible recipients of these scholarships. Local Shelter Insurance agent, Bryan Bolt, participated in the program and presented Baker with the award. Left: Baker Allhands, Shelter Insurance Foundation Scholarship awardee Right: Local Shelter Insurance agent, Bryan Bolt
19 days ago, Magnolia School District
Shelter Insurance Scholarship
LAUREN WILSON RECOGNIZED AS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE YOUNG PERSON OF THE YEAR Magnolia High School senior, Lauren Wilson, was recognized as the Young Person of the Year at the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet held March 14, 2024. Chamber member, Monty Harrington, also presented Lauren with a $250 scholarship sponsored by Southern Title & Closing. Lauren plans to attend Louisiana Tech University and major in Secondary Education. She hopes to become a high school teacher and coach cross country and track. As a high school student, Lauren was involved in many activities and had many outstanding accomplishments. Some of those include: • Student Council President • National Honor Society President • Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society Secretary • Fellowship of Christian Athletes Leadership Team • 2023-24 MHS Varsity Cheer Captain • 2023 All-State Cheerleader • 2023 UCA All-American Cheerleader • 2023 4A All-State Track • 2023 4A All-State Cross Country • 2023 MHS Cross Country Female MVP • 2023 MHS Track Female MVP • 2022-23 Today’s Youth Tomorrow’s Leader (TYTL) • 2022 MHS Homecoming Court • 2021, 2022, 2023 MHS Class Favorite • Active member of Central Baptist Church Youth Group • Recently selected to cheer in the FCA All-Star Showdown in May Lauren Wilson, Chamber of Commerce Young Person of the Year and Bryan Bolt, Chamber of Commerce 1st vice-president
19 days ago, Magnolia School District
Chamber Young Person of the Year 2024
BRODIE GOODWIN AND JOSEPH LEWIS WILL REPRESENT MHS AT BOYS STATE Magnolia High School juniors, Brodie Goodwin and Joseph Lewis were nominated to represent their community and school at Arkansas Boys State 2024, an immersive leadership and civic engagement experience sponsored by the American Legion. The local sponsor for Brodie Goodwin is Farmers Bank & Trust Co. and Joseph Lewis is sponsored locally by Peoples Bank. They will join more than 565 young men from 190 high schools attending the program's 83rd session at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway from May 26-31. The program's 2024 enrollment marks its largest class of young men in seven years. "Arkansas Boys State is a legacy program that has produced remarkable local, state, national and international leaders," said Lloyd Jackson, executive director of Arkansas Boys State. During their week at Arkansas Boys State, Goodwin and Lewis will be assigned a political party, city, and county. They will administer, from the ground up, a mock government as if it were real: run for office, draft and pass legislation, solve municipal challenges and engage constituents. "This year's remarkable growth speaks to how this program is playing a life-changing role in the lives of the young men who join us year after year," said Jackson. "We're thrilled that they are joining us and will experience this once-in-a-lifetime leadership opportunity in just a few weeks." The week's activities, including keynote speakers, general assemblies, and election speeches, will be streamed live by Arkansas PBS on their Arkansas Citizens Access Network: Boys State 2024 – Brodie Goodwin (not pictured) – Joseph Lewis
19 days ago, Magnolia School District
Boys State 2024
KIYA DERRICK AWARDED DERRICK BERRY JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Magnolia High School senior, Kiya Derrick, was recently awarded the first Derrick Berry, Jr. Memorial Scholarship. The Derrick Berry family working in conjunction with the Magnolia Boys & Girls Club presented the $1,000 scholarship to Kiya. Applicants for the scholarship were required to submit an up-to-date school transcript, two letters of recommendation (1 personal and 1 from a community member), and three essays on the following subjects: • My Club Experience • Why Community Service Matters to You • Your experience overcoming adversity Pictured: L to R: Chris Ludwig, Executive Director of Boys & Girls Club of Magnolia; Chevon Garrard, mother of Kiya Derrick; Kiya Derrick, 2024 Derrick Berry Jr. Memorial Scholarship Awardee; Derrick Berry Jr. family members, Sharee Berry, Derrick Berry, and Tylaa Berry.
19 days ago, Magnolia School District
Berry Scholarship
FUMC provided a wonderful Subway lunch today for our teachers and staff! Thank you!
20 days ago, Katy Nix
Today our teachers were treated to a gift card drawing to some of our favorite local shops! Thank you PIE for helping us spoil our teachers!
20 days ago, Katy Nix
gift cards
gift cards
gift cards
Free athletic physicals are scheduled for next Tuesday, May 14th. Transportation will be provided if needed for incoming 7th & current 7th/8th grade athletes at the end of 7th period from the Middle School, and parents will be responsible for pick-up @ Panther Arena. Physical forms will be sent home this week, and the medical history page must be completed and signed by parent/guardian before arriving. Any further questions, please contact Magnolia Athletic Trainer, John Caston @ (870) 901-2584.
20 days ago, Magnolia High School
Athletic Physcials
Thank you Experience Counseling for providing our teachers with breakfast goodies this morning!
23 days ago, Magnolia High School
thank you!
Addison Anderson Receives Mary Brown Florence Scholarship Magnolia High School senior, Addison Anderson, is the recipient of the 2024 Mary Brown Florence Scholarship. The amount of the award is $1,100, which will be sent to the school of Addison’s choice. The criteria for this award, which was established in 1998, includes cumulative GPA, number of AP courses taken, ACT score, extracurricular activities, and participation in athletics or band.
23 days ago, Magnolia School District
Addison Anderson - Mary Brown Florence Scholarship
Congratulations to Angela Baxley for being a winner at the 2024 Governor's Young Artist Competition. Friday, Angela was honored by the Governor at the Governor's Mansion, where her painting, "This Is Home", has been on display for the past month.
24 days ago, Jordan Scrivner
Angela Baxley holding her award and her winning painting
There are less than 25 yearbooks left to sell. If you have not purchased one yet please get it ASAP. Books are $60 and can be purchased from Mrs. Fish in room 36 on campus. The best time to come is during FLEX. Also look out for a flash sale on the 2022-23 books coming soon!
26 days ago, Rachel Fish
🐾🎈🎓This morning Concurrent U.S. History threw a surprise party for our seniors, Jaylon, Ranaiya, and Ty. FLEX students got in on the fun and helped prepare the party. MHS students are the BEST! 🎈🎓🐾
26 days ago, Ms. Harris
🎓Super proud of these seniors! Jaylon, Ranaiya, and Ty🎓
Concurrent U.S. History ‘23-‘24🎉
Dynamic Duo Ranaiya and Pawpaw🐾
Flex class helping prepare the surprise party!
Professional balloon makers, Charlie and Cheyenne!
Earlier this week, these sixth period U.S. History students synthesized the research they gathered from Friday's gallery walk to write comparative essays. They did an amazing job!
27 days ago, Ms. Harris
Sixth period writing comparative essays.
Please congratulate Ms. Sharon Spence for her 15 years of service to FBLA. Ms. Spence was awarded for her dedication to FBLA at the state convention. Thank you Ms. Spence for all the hard work and dedication you have for FBLA; we would not be where we are as a chapter without you!
28 days ago, Rachel Fish
Ms. Spence 15 years of service
Magnolia School District Career and Technical Education Programs would love to hear from you. We are want to ensure we are meeting the needs of our students to best prepare and ensure readiness for post- graduation, whether it be college enrollment, enlistment, and/or employment. This survey is for parents of students currently enrolled in Magnolia School District, as well as employers in the Columbia County workforce.
27 days ago, Kelsey Elam
Survey Link
Let us know if you would like to help donate items for the Senior All-Night Party!
27 days ago, Magnolia High School
Senior Party Needs
Congratulations to 2024 Senior Eric Hughes for signing with the Arkansas Army National Guard!
28 days ago, Katy Nix
Eric Hughes
Eric Hughes
Eric Hughes
Eric Hughes
MHS FBLA students competed at the State Competition in Little Rock, AR on Monday and Tuesday. Several students placed in the top 4, securing their spot to compete in the National Leadership Conference in Orlando, FL this summer. Please congratulate Reed Kirkpatrick 3rd place in Computer Problem Solving; Michael Poulson 4th place in Introduction to Information Technology; David Burgess and Hayden Reed 3rd place in Coding and Programming. Other students placed in the top 6. Please congratulate these students on their success. Symphonie Campbell 5th place in Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure Auzy Simmons 5th place in Introduction to Financial Math Lydia Braswell 6th place in Gaming Simulation.
28 days ago, Rachel Fish
FBLA group
FBLA top 4
TWENTY MHS STUDENTS MEET GOLD CLUB STANDARD FOR 2024!!! Gold Club members include: Claire Mayo, Savannah McDonald, Heath Lewis, Caroline Daniel, Beatrice Frasier, Symphonie Campbell, Landon Heinze, Kiya Derrick, Alexander Poulson, Dakota Glover, Jerry Dority, Cheyanne Evans, and Kendall Haire Not Pictured: Leighton Daniels, Hannah Gunnels, Kaden Herold, Logan Hudson, Hunter Miller, Camden Smith, and Grant Wiggins
28 days ago, Magnolia School District
2024 MHS Gold Club