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Idaho Youth Ranch

Donate your used items to the Idaho Youth Ranch hut located by the tennis courts on Meridian High’s campus.  A portion of the proceeds go back to Warrior Athletes, see flyer below: IYR

Warrior Alumni

If you are alum of Meridian High School, fill out the Alumni Questionnaire under the “Alumni” tab at the top of the page.  Let us help you stay connected to the Blue  & Gold.

Season Passes

Season passes for parents who have students in Cheer, Dance and Band can now be purchased at the Book Keepers Office and at the door to all sporting events.  Family Passes are $100, individual passes are $60.

Bond Proposal

Please click on the link below for information on the Bond Proposal for the West Ada School District.  Meridian residents can vote on August 26. Bond Levy Proposal

Athletic Awards

Congratulations to the following student-athletes for winning the following awards: –  Ray Mittleider Award: Bryson Stout (Football, Basketball, Track)  / Nicole Winter (Soccer, Basketball) –  Three Sport Athlete of the Year:  Bryson Stout (Football, Basketball, Track) –  Blue Collar Athlete of the Year:  Hunter Graefe (Football, Basketball, Track) / Shelbie Martinez (Basketball, Softball)

State Competitions

Best of luck to all our spring sport athletes who will be competing in their respected State Tournaments this week!  The list of Warrior athletes is: Golf: –      Kaitlyn Fleming Tennis: Sophie Uhlenkott FR – Girls Dbls 4th place Laura Humphreys SR – Girls Dbls 4th place Carli Rice JR – Girls Dbls

Leadership Team

The Stand Up American Leadership team was featured on KTVB Channel 7:

April Blue Collar

Congratulations to Golfer Devan Craig and Softball player Lexi Knauss for winning the Blue Collar Award for the month of April.  Coach Jordan said that Devan spends more time than anyone working on his game.  He is usually the last to leave practice and “thinks’ golf 24/7.  Lexi was nominated by Coach Muri and he

Coach of the Year

Congratulations to our own Bob Uhlenkott in being named the Southern Idaho Conference Boys Tennis Coach of the Year for the 2014 season.  This is Coach U’s second consecutive Coach of the Year award, he was the 2013 Girls Coach of the Year as well.

Leadership Team

The MHS Stand Up Leadership is competing to win a $25,000 grant in order to host a national leadership conference next fall.  Here is how you can vote for our team’s cause, which is addressing and preventing teen suicide; –      Anyone with a Facebook account is eligible to vote for a Cause. Each