• College Counseling

    College Connection: Week of March 19

    Dear Mount Vernon Parents, Application decisions are rolling in!  Please be sure to follow us at #mvpins on Twitter as celebrate all the acceptances. We are thrilled to provide you with the following announcements. SUMMER COLLEGE TOUR OF THE CAROLINAS The College Counseling Team is partnering with EF tours to provide your student with the […]

    • College Counseling

      College Counseling Carolinas Tour: G9-11

      Summer College Tour of the Carolinas Raleigh-Durham * Greensboro * Charlotte * Greenville Dear Parents, The Mount Vernon College Counseling Team is thrilled to announce that we are partnering with EF Tours to provide your students with the opportunity to tour colleges in the Carolinas this summer! We will tour of a variety of different […]

      • College Counseling

        College Connection: Week of March 12

        Dear Mount Vernon Parents, We hope you and your family had a great Spring Break! It is an exciting time of the year to be a senior!  Colleges will begin releasing application decisions in the coming weeks.  As acceptances start rolling in, please be sure to follow along via #mvpins on Twitter. SENIOR PARENTS:  The […]

        • Middle School

          Grade 5: Upcoming Health Unit Discussion

          Dear Grade 5 Families, I am writing to inform you about an upcoming health unit covering the topic of physical changes during the pre-teen years for all grade 5 students. On Thursday, March 15 and Friday, March 16, the boys and girls will be grouped separately (by gender) for an overview of the basic physical/biological […]

          • MV Generic

            St. Patrick’s Spirit Wear: Friday, March 16

            Since St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Saturday this year, students and faculty are encouraged to wear St. Patrick’s spirit wear on Friday, March 16. Of course students are welcome to wear Mount Vernon spirit wear as an alternative. Kindergarten – Grade 12:  Uniform bottoms or jeans with St. Patrick’s-themed (or green) top No accessories […]

            • Arts

              Aladdin: Final Cast List

              Felicitaciones to the cast & crew of our spring production of Aladdin: Dual Language Edition! For all cast members – our first rehearsal is Monday, March 12 from 3:15 – 5:00 p.m. in the Black Box theater on the Glenn Campus. Please check your e-mail for more specific instructions. Without further ado…THE CAST LIST! Please contact Ms. S or Mr. Taylor […]

              • Arts

                This Week: The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood – Performed by Grades 7/8

                Take a journey to Sherwood Forest this week for the grades 7/8 grade play: The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood! Our talented and hilarious 21 actors are sure to make you smile and laugh! When: Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, February 21-23 at 6:00 p.m. Where: Providence Chapel (on top of the hill by the MSAB) 590 Mount Vernon Hwy […]

                • Partnerships

                  Reserve a Spot in the Shade at Mustang Rally

                  This year’s Mustang Rally will be held on April 27. While it is one of the BEST days of the year, it can also be one of the HOTTEST. Take advantage of a shaded “homebase” by reserving a tent today! Perched on the grassy hill behind the stadium seats on Glenn Campus, you will be in the […]

                  • Clinic

                    Food Allergies in Lower School

                    Dear Lower School Families, In the Lower School (Kindergarten – Grade 4) several students have severe food allergies. With Valentine’s Day coming up, please remember the following: Food brought in for classes to share should be free of nuts, peanuts and peanut butter. Daily snacks containing nuts are only allowed in classrooms where no one […]

                    • Clinic

                      No Nuts in Grades 5 and 6

                      Dear Parents, This year, there are several students in grades 5 and 6 who have severe, life-threatening allergies to peanuts and tree nuts. While nuts in general are a nutritious and protein-rich snack for the majority of our student body, these foods pose a significant health risk for a handful of our students, and these […]