Our Newest Alumni - The Class of 2021
Class Reunion News
If you are planning a class reunion email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put the information on our website. We would love for you to share photos of your event.
Join us for Homecoming 2020!
Week of October 5th - October 10th
High School Hallway Decorating - Starting Friday October 2nd.
October 6th - Take Home Spaghetti Dinner
October 8th - Bubble Soccer
October 9th - Mass, School Cheers, Assembly and Introduction of Coaches, 8:00pm Bonfire
October 10th - Tailgate
Homecoming Football Game vs. Portland Saint Patrick @ 2:00pm
Flashing Saber Virtual 5K
A Virtual 5K is like any other 5K, but you cover the distance (3.1 miles) from a location of your choice. You can run, walk, or jog, in a neighborhood, on a track, or a treadmill with a group of friends or alone. Totally up to you!
Run or walk 3.1 miles all at once or a little each day any time from Sunday October 4th to Sunday October 11th
This year all proceeds will benefit the Salmon in the Classroom program that Mr. Charette is trying to implement for the middle school outdoor education program.
News Advocate Article about MCC celebrating 1969 state championship click here.
We are transitioning to an electronic edition of the Saber Flash. If you have a special event (wedding, birth, college graduation, or exciting news) we would love to publish it. All information can be emailed to Jenny Howes.
Saber Flash Song
A digital file of Flashing Sabers performed by the band.
The Alumni Association is responsible for planning special events throughout the year to honor all of our past graduates and raise funds for the Alumni Association Scholarship for a graduating senior. Keep checking into sabers.org to stay up to date on the latest Alumni Association news and activities. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Alumni Association please email Kelly (Erickson '01) Santorilla.
Remembrance Ceremony - The Victory Bell
Monday August 13, 2018 marked the 50th year since MCC alum Thomas Polisky '66 lost his life in Vietnam. A small ceremony was held to honor and remember Tom by ringing the victory bell (which is dedicated in his name) 50 times. The bell ringing was done by the Saber football team, Tom's classmates, current students, alumni of all ages, family, and friends. The bell was rung for the 50th time by Tom's brother Jim Polisky ('70).
For more information about the Victory Bell, click here.