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Edited the paragraph about the Washingpost article. 1) There is a big difference in public and private schools in MS & 2)they are not even in the same district. Como elementary operates on roughly twice the budget that MHS has with fewer students. If you are going to compare schools, then compare MHS to Senatobia Public Schools.
It seems that you didn't focus to much on education in your article. I see that your students ACT scores average to 21. What about SAT and PSAT? How much do your students get in scholarships on average? I believe if you put such items on this page instead of focusing on athletics it may help draw students to your school. Also, why does it matter the percentage of white students at your school if you do "not discriminate against anyone based race, sex, origin or religious beliefs"? Good day, I hope you look at these points and try to incorporate them into you page. Rastem88 (talk) 17:17, 1 March 2008 (UTC)
One more thing, there must be some sort of academic competitions at your school or at least some your school takes part in. Why not mention how well you do in these.Rastem88 13:27, 8 April 2008 (UTC)
Began page's reconstruction. Project may take several days of addressing. Neomew (talk) 21:14, 11 April 2008 (UTC)