Hanover High School drama students shone as they performed and hosted the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild Competition on March 3. Hundreds of students from eight schools converged on HHS for the daylong event, each performing a timed play before a panel of judges. The top three schools moved … Continue Reading ››
HHS sent its largest group in years to the Massachusetts Music Educators Association Southeastern District Senior band, orchestra, chorus, and composition competition. While all students performed very well at the Nov. 18 audition, according to music teachers Mr. Harden and Mr. Wade, the following earned a high enough score to be accepted into the ensembles:
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By Yasmina Berkat This study of a statue of an angel, done in Mr. Crawford's art class, took about five hours to complete. The geometry of the angel was easy to sketch out; the only difficult part was the proportions. click on each picture to enlargeIf you have artwork you'd like to share, please … Continue Reading ››
Hanover High School's instrumental music program has shown its dedication and talent in several recent performances and competitions, according to band director Matt Harden.
The Jazz Ensemble had an extremely positive experience and an excellent performance at the MAJE Cape Cod/Coastal Jazz Festival on Feb. 28, Harden wrote in an email to the school community. Seniors Megan … Continue Reading ››
Hanover High School senior Tori Miller has won national recognition by receiving a Silver Medal in the the 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for her drawing "Blackout." Since 1923, the Awards have recognized creative teenagers from across the country. By receiving a silver medal, Tori joins a legacy of celebrated authors and artists including … Continue Reading ››
Hanover High's drama club made its debut this year in the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild Festival at Duxbury High School on Saturday, Feb. 27. Other schools competing included Hingham, Nauset, Rising Tide Charter, Xaverian Brothers, South Shore Charter, Scituate, and Duxbury. Under the guidance of drama teacher Jake Plummer, the cast performed Tracks by Peter Tarsi. The 40-minute, one-act play tells the story of … Continue Reading ››