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The St. Cecilia's Day Concert on Sunday, November 21, featured outstanding performances by MCS alumni, including soloists, Tona Yost, Andrew Maughan, Jessica Beebe, Gillian Eshleman (not pictured) and MCS parent Seth Keeton -- pictured here with Mr. Glenn. The audience was in for a powerful performance by the guest conductor, MCS alumnus, Ryan Tani. Click the headline to view the concert in it's entirety.
It has been nearly 25 years since the first graduating class left MCS! Click on the HEADLINE to see where many our alumni are now.
Jessica French (MCS '98) was awarded the 2022 AGO/ECS Publishing Award in Choral Composition for her commissioned piece, Earth, Strike Up Your Music. The 2022 award called for a work for SATB choir and organ with congregational participation, utilizing the text of a poem, Christmas Eve, by Christina Rossetti. Earth, Strike Up Your Music will be premiered at the AGO 2022 National Convention in Seattle, Washington. Click the headline to read the full story on the American Guild of Organists website.
J. Thomas Kearns (MCS '14), a double major in psychology and communication studies at Gonzaga University, is the recipient of the 2021 Goldwater Scholarship, an award presented to 409 outstanding college scholars nationwide who were judged to have scientific preeminence. Click on the headline to read more.
At a Glance
- 42% of all MCS students at MCS receive tuition assistance
- 87% of MCS middle school students are enrolled in Honors level courses
- 82% of MCS faculty have advanced degrees
- 12:1 Student/Teacher Ratio in Pre-K through First Grade
- 25:1 Student/Teacher Ratio in Second through Eighth Grade
- 10,000+ Student Community Service Hours Annually