On Wednesday, September 14, the Montrose Varsity Soccer team traveled to Brimmer and May Academy for their game, and impressively won with a final score of 4-2. Due to lightning, the game was delayed 30 minutes, and the Montrose girls seized the opportunity to work on some of their homework.
The game proceeded with Valerie Valdivia ‘17, Majo Azcarraga ‘20, Annie Irwin ‘19 and Kelsey Lopez ‘18 each scoring a goal. Annie Irwin ‘19 received a yellow card due to tripping another player.
After the game, one of the soccer players from Brimmer and May approached the Montrose coaches and comp... Read More »
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity...
People across the nation have been celebrating National Constitution Day, September 17th, for years; in 2004 and 2005, however, this day became mandated for recognition and celebration in public schools. On September 17th, 1789, the Founding Fathers signed the US Constitution, creating the structure, government, rules, and rights of the ... Read More »
The Montrose Mavericks dominated their cross-country meet this Wednesday, September 14th. Racing in a dual meet against Lexington Christian Academy, the girls beat LCA by a landslide.
Montrosians led the pack. Sisters Mary Dyke ‘20 and Francesca Dyke ‘18 placed first and second in the race, respectively. Following close behind them in fourth and fifth place were Ciara Young ‘18 and Hannah Marino ‘18. Jenna McCarthy ‘19 and Emily Bowman ‘19 came in sixth and seventh place, and more Montrosians followed right behind: Anna Dyke ‘23 placed in eighth place, and Tess Farr ‘22 pl... Read More »
On Tuesday, September 13, the Montrose Varsity Soccer team played their second game of the season at Landmark. The girls won with an impressive score of 9-0. Gabriella Bachiochi ‘21, Isabel Buckley ‘18, Ciara Dunn ‘18, Annie Irwin ‘19, and Majo ‘19 each scored a goal. Alexa Lombardo ‘17 and Devyn Gianino ‘19 both scored twice. The girls played their hardest throughout the entire game, while also portraying excellent sportsmanship Their next game is September 14 at Brimmer and May. Keep up the hard work, Mavericks!
The clock turned to 6:00am and shouted at me to get up. I rolled over in bed, stretched my legs, and silenced Bastille’s “Bad Blood.” I laid for a second and just breathed. Tuesday morning. The first day of a new school year. With a deep breath, I sprang out of bed and began getting ready. I had a good feeling about the day, and an even better one about the school year.
An hour and 45 minutes later, I took another deep breath as I walked through Montrose’s front doors. The halls shone with the smiles of kilt-clad girls. Friends reunited after a long three months apart... Read More »