This week’s Throwback Thursday examines the Fall 1956 “High School News” columns in The Canadian Champion by MD students who so faithfully updated the local community on school happenings. Continue reading Mustangs in the News: Fall 1956
Welcome to the return of the weekly Throwback Thursday series honouring 100 years of Milton District High School! The celebration weekend will officially be held on October 2–3, 2020, but do you know when MD actually opened? Continue reading How old is Milton District High School?
HUNTER CULHANE Two plays over four days took place at Milton District in April 1967. The Importance of Being Earnest returned to the MD stage after being absent the previous year, while See How They Run helped raise money for the Grade 12’s upcoming trip to Expo 67. Both plays were directed by then MD teacher Mrs. MacArthur. Read more about this 1967 drama week … Continue reading #TBT: Drama Week 1967
Hunter Culhane This article is from the Thursday, September 28, 1961, edition of the Milton Canadian Champion. It details how MD recently reverted to having a class president and vice-president for each of the school’s classes in addition to the “executive” roles of president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary. There were five Grade 9 classes, four Grade 10 classes, three Grade 11 classes, two Grade 12 … Continue reading #TBT: MD’s 1960–61 Student Council
Hunter Culhane In preparation for the arrival of the new millennium, December 23, 1999 saw the burying of the “Millennium Time Capsule” somewhere on MDHS property. The time capsule is a blue chest freezer containing various artifacts, including at least two photos of MDHS students. Read more from the High School Report section of The Canadian Champion below: Do we know where the Millennium Time … Continue reading #TBT: Time Capsule Buried at MDHS?!
Hunter Culhane For three days in May 1968, some 88 MDHS Grade 12 students visited Ottawa and Montreal. They toured both cities, learning about their history, experiencing their culture, and taking in their beauty. A few even got to shake hands with Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau! Read more about their interesting trip in the article below: Image Source Continue reading #TBT: Grade 12’s “Invade” Ottawa and Montreal, Shake Hands with PM Trudeau
By Hunter Culhane In December 1967, MDHS students generously gifted Christmas presents to needy children in the Milton area. Read more from the article below! Image Source Continue reading #TBT: MDHS Students Donate Christmas Gifts for Needy Children
By Hunter Culhane It appears the opposition to the vending machine full of apples at MDHS wore off by November 1967, as it had actually been installed by a local apple grower! Read more about the vending machine from the article in The Canadian Champion below: Though there is no apple vending machine nowadays, MDHS’s love of apples is still evident! We participate in “The … Continue reading #TBT: Apple Vending Machine Becomes a Reality
By Hunter Culhane In September 1967, there was a proposal to introduce a vending machine full of apples at Milton District High School as a convenient, healthy snack option for students. However, there was some opposition to the idea. Read the article below to find out who was against it! Image Source Continue reading #TBT: Apple Vending Machine at Milton District?
By Hunter Culhane In May 1963, $367 was stolen from Milton District’s vault when thieves jumped through a window, smashed the door to the principal’s office, and pried open the door to the vault! Image Source Continue reading #TBT: Thieves Strike MDHS Vault