Mendon Middle High School serves approximately 400 students in grades 6 through 12 . If you would like a tour of the building or information about the school, please contact the building secretary, Jan Griffith, at 269-496-8491.
Mendon Middle High School Great Characteristics
Anderson’s Names 2014 National Cover Teen
Samantha Griffith from Mendon, Michigan
St. Paul, MN, May 29, 2014. Anderson’s has named Samantha Griffith, 18, from Mendon Michigan, its 2014 National Cover Teen. Ms. Griffith was selected after a nationwide contest this past winter. “Anderson’s mission is to inspire students to achieve their full potential and to help them celebrate their successes. Our annual Cover Teen competition recognizes teens who are leaders in their communities and an inspiration to others,” says Troy Ethen, President of Anderson’s.
Ms. Griffith was selected after submitting an essay of her accomplishments and examples of her leadership in her community. She is an upcoming graduate of Mendon Middle/High School and currently the Student Senate President. During her time in school she has been involved in several activities, including: Student Council, National Honor Society, Prom committee, yearbook (as editor), basketball, track, equestrian and 4-H.
She also attends Glen Oaks Community College, where she will be enrolled full time this fall, attending on a full scholarship. Ms. Griffith has dedicated much time to participating in volunteer activities, including: food and toy drives, senior citizen luncheons, tutoring elementary, middle and high school students, blood drives and various other fundraisers.
Anderson’s selected Lauren Chesnet from Danbury, North Carolina and Haley Win Hunt from Simi Valley, California, as its runners up.
2014 Winter Homecoming
King and Queen: Kyle Wiswell and Rachel Frisbie
Mendon Middle School Toy Drive for the St. Joseph County United Way
The Mendon Middle School Federation students hosted a stuffed animal toy drive during the month of November in order to donate toys to children in need for the holiday season. After four weeks and an ample supply of donations from the students of the Mendon Middle and High School, a total of 272 stuffed animals were collected and donated to the St. Joseph County United Way. The stuffed animals will be used as a part of the foster care program. Thanks to all who donated!