HELP STUDENTS IN NEED: Provide resources to MHS Principal Edward Lombardi, to meet the needs of students whose economic circumstances may prevent them from maximizing their MHS experience.
AWARD ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS: In 2017, eleven (11) students received $1,000 each in MHSAA academic awards, bringing to $45,000 the total given out since the program was established in 2012.
SPONSOR A HOLIDAY PASTA SUPPER: Each November, the MHSAA sponsors a family friendly Pasta Supper at Anthony’s of Malden. The fun evening includes food, music, dancing, raffles and a visit from Santa.
What is ongoing ….
THE MHS HALL OF FAME: Established to recognize graduates for outstanding achievements in their chosen fields with induction into the MHSAA Hall of Fame. A dinner is held in their honor.
THE NAME A SEAT PROGRAM: For $100 a name plate is added to a seat in the Jenkins Auditorium with the name of an MHS graduate and their year of graduation. A Name Plate can also be purchased for a relative, friend or even an event, you want to have memorialized. See below for more information
Name a Seat in the Newly Restored Jenkins Auditorium!
Each of the 904 seats in the renovated Thornton P. Jenkins Auditorium will have an attractive plate mounted on the chair. You are invited to Name a Seat by creating your own message for the nameplate.
You may want to honor or memorialize a friend or relative, celebrate a reunion, or feature your business. Naming a seat is a thoughtful gift for a birthday, holiday, or anniversary. Name a Seat for $100.
All profits from this fundraiser will go directly to help students at Malden High School.
"Remember a loved one in a very special, unique way."
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The Malden High School Alumni Association in its ongoing desire to reward excellence has presented $1,000 academic awards to 11 more graduating seniors in the
Class of 2017.
This brings to $47,000 awarded to MHS students by the alumni group since the awards program was established in 2011.
Besides awarding scholarships, the MHSAA fund-raising has provided resources to help MHS Principal Edward Lombardi to meet the needs of students struggling economically.