MSF Distinguished Award Recipients were recognized at the May 17 annual luncheon.
Forty-one members of the Class of 2018 will graduate with a GPA of 4.0 or above. The seniors announced their college and university choices at the high school's annual Academic Signing Day.
The 'I Make a Difference Award' was created by the Madeira City School Board to recognize the extraordinary contributions of people who regularly go beyond the expected.
Students will reap the benefits from two incredible donations for years to come
MHS Latin teacher Jennifer Bruening has been named the Madeira City Schools Educator of the Year
Area senior citizens were treated to a special performance of the MHS Theatre Arts' Spring Musical Guys and Dolls prior to the show's run at Medert Auditorium March 15 - 18.
Make plans now to see our Spring Theatre Arts production Guys and Dolls. Tickets for community performances are on sale now!
Opportunities for Madeira students of all ages will be available.
Partnering with parents is one of the most important ingredients to our successful school community.
Nominate a Madeira educator to represent our district at the Hamilton County Education Foundation's "Celebrate Excellence" event this spring.
Senior Mary Englert scored her 1,516th career point as an MHS Amazon Basketball player
Chris Stewart, our new MHS Mustang Football Coach
Madeira City School’s excellent record keeping has earned it the Auditor of State Award.
Four alumni spoke to third and fourth graders about never giving up, serving others, making a difference and living your dream.
During each school year conditions may arise which could cause us to adjust our school operating hours. Here's all the information you need to know in advance.
Chris Landgrebe '17 Recognized