Middlebury Union High School

08/22/2019
MIDDLEBURY — Longtime Middlebury Union High School Principal William Lawson will retire at the end of this academic year. Lawson, who took the helm of MUHS in 1995, announced his retirement plans this month in order to give Addison Central School District officials ample time to recruit his replacement. MUHS, and indeed all schools in Addison Central, are transitioning to the International Baccalaureate program. That switchover is slated to be done by next June, and Lawson realizes the importance of installing a new MUHS leader with IB experience. “We want to make (IB) a solid part of the...
07/18/2019
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Union High School students interested in participating in fall sports must complete required forms along with a parent/guardian electronically at the school’s Rank One Forms site.  To access the online forms follow the link to the Rank One Forms Site at acsdvt.org/muhs under Activities: Athletics. The necessary student ID number is the same as the 7-digit number in the student’s computer login password issued by ACSD. Those with any questions may contact MUHS Athletic Trainer Sarah Johnstone at sjohnstone@acsdvt.org. The school’s required Fall Parent/Athlete Meeting...
07/11/2019
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Union High School has released its honor roll for the final quarter of the 2018-2019 school year. Students on the roll include: Grade 9 High Honors: Megan Balparda, Julia Bartlett, Caroline Browdy, Carlisle Brush, Zachariah Burrows, Ivy Doran, Catherine Dyer, Owen Hamilton, Viviana Hammond, Anya Hardy-Mittell, Sophie Larocque, Jason Li, Joseph Morsman, Zoe Noble, Astrid Olsen, Fairley Olson, Holly Staats, Abigail Sunderland, Alex Tolgyesi, Hannah Turner, Grace Vining and Katherine Whipple. Honors: Camilla Adelman, Alyza Alger, Thomas Ash, Noah Berg, Natasha Berno,...

CALEB BENZ, LEFT, Theo Wells-Spackman, Marina Herren-Lage and Romy Munkres have been selected to perform as part of the National Association for Music Education All-Eastern Honors Ensembles in Pittsburgh, Pa., on April 7. Photo courtesy MUHS
04/02/2019
MIDDLEBURY — Four Middlebury Union High School students will join more than 780 of the most musically talented high school students in the Eastern region of the United States to perform in the 2019 National Association for Music Education All-Eastern Honors Ensembles in Pittsburgh, Pa., on April 7. Caleb Benz, a junior, will play his alto saxophone as part of the Jazz Ensemble. Benz is the son of Eric and Hannah Benz of Middlebury. Joining the Concert Band on flute is Romy Munkres, also a junior, and the daughter of Kristin Bolton and Andrew Munkres of Cornwall. Senior Marina Herren-Lage,...

MOUNT ABE SENIOR Jalen Cook tries to dribble past Tiger Ashley Sunderland in the first half of Friday’s game in Middlebury. The Eagles won, 52-17.
01/08/2019
ADDISON COUNTY — Mount Abraham outpaced Middlebury on Friday to highlight local high school girls’ basketball play last week. In other action, the Eagles and Tigers each dropped games earlier in the week, while Vergennes and Otter Valley each split two games. EAGLES VS. TIGERS On Friday the Eagles took charge with a 15-2 advantage in the first quarter in a 50-16 victory over the host Tigers. Mount Abe Coach Connie LaRose praised the young Tiger team for playing hard, and said she got quality minutes from her bench players. Chloe Johnston led the 5-2 Eagles with 17 points and three steals....

MIDDLEBURY UNION HIGH School junior Carly Burger swings through a move on the uneven bars during Thursday’s gymnastics meet at MUMS. Burger placed in all five events. Independent photo/Steve James
01/08/2019
MIDDLEBURY — The Middlebury Union High School gymnastics team picked up its first win of the season on Thursday, 94.0-87.25 over Randolph in a meet held in the Middlebury Union Middle School gymnasium. The Tigers were buoyed by five top-six finishes by senior Lian McGarry, including one first-place effort and two second-place efforts behind non-scoring Fair Haven independent Julianna Williams, and by MUHS junior Carly Burger, who also scored in all five events. Tiger freshman Alyza Alger finished in the top six in four events, including a second on the bars. Freshman Kylee Ellis picked up a...
01/08/2019
MIDDLEBURY — The Division II Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team last week dropped a pair of games to D-I competition and fell back to .500 for the campaign at 4-4. On Wednesday visiting Essex improved to 5-1 with an 8-1 victory over the Tigers. Abby Robbins and Maddy Young led the Hornet attack with two goals, Ashley Stempek recorded a goal and three assists, and goalie Isabelle Seguin made nine saves. Merry Kimble scored for the Tigers, and goalie Lydia Deppman stopped 30 shots. On Saturday host Colchester-Burlington moved to 5-1-1 by defeating MUHS, 6-1. The SeaLakers broke...
01/08/2019
SOUTH BURLINGTON — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team last week split a pair of Division I road games. The Tigers are 6-2 heading into two 7 p.m. home games this week, vs. South Burlington on Wednesday and St. Albans on Saturday. On Wednesday host Rice improved to 4-1-1 by hanging on for a 3-2 victory over the Tigers. The Green Knights scored three times in the first 3:00 of the second period to take the lead, with two of the goals scored by Kieran Connolly. The Tigers got on the board with a Cooper O’Brien goal with 2:27 left in regulation, assisted by Aaron Larocque and...
12/18/2018
BRATTLEBORO — The Middlebury Union High School girls’ hockey team opened the season on Wednesday with a 9-1 victory over host Brattleboro. The Tigers were also set to host Colchester-Burlington on Saturday after the deadline for this issue, and Woodstock will visit Memorial Sports Center on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Six Tigers scored in a balanced attack against the Colonels this past Wednesday. Aleta Mathers and Carlisle Brush each scored twice and set up a goal, and Audrey Tembreull netted two goals. Taylor Moulton scored once and picked up four assists, Merry Kimble notched a goal and two...
12/11/2018
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Union High School has announced its honor roll students for the first quarter of the 2018-2019 school year. The list includes: NINTH GRADE High Honors: Camilla Adelman, Megan Balparda, Viviana Hammond, Anya Hardy-Mittell, Sophie Larocque, Camille Maglienti, Clare Molineaux, Zoe Noble, Astrid Olsen, Holly Staats, Alex Tolgyesi, Alexa Whelan, Brian Whitley and Kaya Wright. Honors: Thomas Ash, Julia Bartlett, Noah Berg, Natasha Berno, Skylar Broughton, Caroline Browdy, Carlisle Brush, Zachariah Burrows, Ainsley Busby, Talia Cotroneo, Megan Daly, Jocelyn Deering, Ivy Doran...

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