• July 13 2018,  Revere

    Revere Students Named to Mystic Valley Honor Roll

    Revere Students Named to Mystic Valley Honor Roll   The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden recently announced that Twelfth Graders Robert Cunningham and Andrew Tran of Revere were named to the High Honor Roll and Seventh Grader: Giselle Bertholini, Tenth Grader Maya Inzerillo; Eleventh Graders: Baron Tran and Erin Zibell were named to the Honor Roll for the third quarter. For grades seven and eight, to be on the Honor Roll a student needs to finish the quarter with no grade lower than a B- and to be on the High Honor Roll a student needs to finish the quarter with no grade lower than an A-. In…

  • Malden,  May 25 2018

    Mystic Valley inducts 35 into National Honor Society

    The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School recently inducted 35 new members into the school’s chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS). The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School 2018 NHS inductees are James Arneil, Abigail Bemis, Kara Bordenave, Audrey Borenstein, Jacqueline Brandano, Rosanna Caralis, Tsz Chan, Kedisha Clerger, Henry Di, Danielle Downie, Stacey Fabo Dadjeu, Lily Farmelant, Eric He, Maya Inzerillo, Chiara Kinnon, Jennifer Lam, Ethan Lam, Jason Luu, Samuel Lyon, John Malone, Olivia Mei, David Nguyen, Donald Nguyen, Hanhminh Nguyen, Isabel Ospina, Gianluca Panza, Hai-Dinh Phan, Michael Selter, Riya Sharma, Joshua Silva, Nicholas Sokolovic, Allan St. Clair, Baron Tran, Alfie Tsang and Quynh-An Vo. The NHS chapter establishes rules for…

  • Malden,  May 11 2018,  Revere

    Mystic Valley ranked third-best high school in Massachusetts by U.S. News & World Report

    The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School was ranked as the third-best high school in Massachusetts by U.S. News & World Report in its 2018 ranking of United States high schools. The rankings include data on more than 20,500 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. Massachusetts was ranked as the state with the best high schools in the United States. Mystic Valley’s third-place ranking is the highest in school history and was only behind Boston Latin School and the Advanced Math & Science Academy Charter School in Marlborough, a magnet school for students primarily interested in math and science. No other high school in any of…

  • April 27 2018,  Everett,  Everett Sports,  Sports

    Q and A with Menel Lamadzema, Mystic Valley’s hotshot scorer

    Q and A with Menel Lamadzema, Mystic Valley’s hotshot scorer By Julian Cardillo Mystic Valley Regional Charter School’s girls’ basketball star Menel Lamadzema is a rare talent: in February, she became just the 71st person in Massachusetts history – boy or girl – to notch 2,000 career points. Lamadzema, who graduates in a few weeks and will move on to Endicott College in the fall, is proud to have had her friends and family by her side when she reached the milestone by scoring a three-pointer in a 59-51 victory over Shawsheen Tech. The Advocate caught up with Menel to get her take on her accomplishment and what the future…

  • April 20 2018,  Everett,  Everett Sports,  Malden,  Malden Sports,  Sports

    Q and A with Menel Lamadzema, Mystic Valley’s hotshot scorer

    Q and A with Menel Lamadzema, Mystic Valley’s hotshot scorer By Julian Cardillo   Mystic Valley Regional Charter School’s girls’ basketball star Menel Lamadzema is a rare talent: in February, she became just the 71st person in Massachusetts history – boy or girl – to notch 2,000 career points. Lamadzema, who graduates in a few weeks and will move on to Endicott College in the fall, is proud to have had her friends and family by her side when she reached the milestone by scoring a three-pointer in a 59-51 victory over Shawsheen Tech. The Advocate caught up with Menel to get her take on her accomplishment and what the…

  • April 20 2018,  Saugus

    Saugus Students Named to Mystic Valley Honor Roll

    The Mystic Valley Regional Charter School recently announced that the following students from Saugus were named to the Honor Roll for the third quarter:   High Honors: Seventh Grader: Nanina Fabrizio Tenth Graders: Stacey Fabo Dadjeu and Alfie Tsang Twelfth Graders: Ethan Lam, Motroni and Lindsay Storace   Honor Roll:     Seventh Graders: Anna Grasso and Dukens Maurin   Ninth Graders: Bryant Lam and Samantha Tsang Tenth Graders: Salwa Alkedeh, Jake LaVerde and Alexis Lariviere Eleventh Graders: Nina Ciampa and Benjamin Soto Twelfth Graders: Malak Benabicha and Giovanni Marraccino   For grades seven and eight, to be on the Honor Roll a student needs to finish the quarter with…

  • April 13 2018,  Everett,  Everett Sports,  Sports

    Lamadzema scores 2,000th career point at Mystic Valley Regional Charter School

     Mayor Carlo DeMaria recently had the pleasure of once again welcoming Menel Lamadzema to Everett City Hall. The Mayor invited Menel to recognize her on a record-breaking achievement of scoring 2,000 career points at Mystic Valley Regional Charter School (MVRC). The Mayor recognized the MVRC student last year for scoring her 1,000th career point. Mayor DeMaria stated, “I was happy to welcome Menel to City Hall to congratulate her on a record breaking achievement. She reached an unimaginable milestone faster than any other basketball player in Mystic Valley Regional School history. May she continue to excel at this extraordinary rate in all her future goals.”

  • Malden,  Malden Sports,  Sports

    Kreis honored at Mystic Valley’s Senior Night

    Mystic Valley Regional Charter School’s boys’ varsity basketball team completed the 2017-18 regular season on a positive note, winning its sixth consecutive game by defeating Cristo Rey of Boston, 70-56, at home on Senior Night. Before the game, veteran forward and tri-captain Hunter Kreis was the center of attention as he was honored before his family, friends and teammates as the only senior member on this season’s squad. He made the most of his opportunity by scoring five points and grabbing five rebounds in the victory. “Hunter is a three-sport standout [also football and baseball] who has played in our basketball program since the fifth grade and has always been…

  • December 8, 2017,  Malden,  Malden Sports,  Sports

    Mystic Valley Regional Charter School graduate awarded Rhodes Scholarship

    One of 32 American students recognized for academic achievement, leadership and commitment to service Mystic Valley Regional Charter School announced that Tania N. Fabo, Class of 2014, is among only 32 college students across the nation awarded a 2018 Rhodes Scholarship. Fabo credits Mystic Valley with preparing her for academic achievement. “I am beyond stunned and honored to be one of the Rhodes Scholars this year. This has been the culmination of many years of support, including the incredible teachers I had during my time at Mystic Valley, who worked to make each classroom I entered a fun and lively educational experience. They helped prepare me to succeed in Harvard’s…