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"But Why Bump Off Barnaby" Spring Play


Marshfield High School will be performing the mystery farce "But Why Bump Off Barnaby" on March 27, 28 and 29 at 7:00 each evening.  


This should be an hilarious show that is fully aware of how "hokey" it is. We are not shying away from that.  In fact, we have embraced it.  Come out and enjoy a night of disappearances, poisonings, and a murder or two.  Did the butler do it again?  Come find out.


Tickets can be reserved by calling 417-859-2165  ext. 2225.  $7.50 for adults and $5.00 for students/senior citizens.


Governor Jay Nixon Visits Marshfield High School

As part of his "Good Jobs, Good Schools" tour, Governor Jay Nixon stopped by Marshfield High School on March 11, 2014.

While on campus he visited Mr. Ahren Love regarding Project Lead the Way (PLTW). PLTW is a science, technology, engineering, and math program that Mr. Love helped bring to our school. Governor Nixon's next stop was to the Jay Store. While at the Jay Store he purchased a pack of gum, and was presented with a Jay Store t-shirt by students.

While at MHS Governor Nixon visited art teacher Tina Hyde's classroom. He personally congratulated her on receiving the Missouri Secondary Art Educator of the Year award. Mrs. Hyde was then escourted to the school wide assembly by the Governor. Congratulations Mrs. Hyde on your accompolishment.

"Attracting good jobs to Missouri starts with investing in good schools like the ones here in Marshfield," Governor Nixon said. "Missouri had the fastest technology job growth in the nation last year. To prepare our graduates for careers in next-generation jobs like these, we must make sure our schools have the resources they need. That's why my 'Good Schools, Good Jobs' plan makes a real investment in our students, our schools and our future."

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Snow Make Up Days

The following dates will be used for snow make up days: 

  • January 20
  • February 17
  • April 18
  • May 19-23
  • May 27-28



Check out our new video, OneMarshfield.



Have Questions about Arena Scheduling? Watch this video.  

To view the presentation given to students regarding arena scheduling for school year 2014-2015 click here. www.schooltube.com/video/4e0968f9cfdb49c4b55b

Logan McAnarney signs with College of the Ozarks

Senior Logan McAnarney signed his letter of intent with College of the Ozarks to play baseball next year. Congratulations Logan!

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Lawfton Summers signs with Jefferson College

Senior Lawfton Summers signed with Jefferson College to continue his baseball career. Congratulations Lawfton!

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Mathew Clancy signs with Central Methodist University

 As part of a busy day of signings at MHS, Senior Mathew Clancy signed his letter of intent with Central Methodist University to play football. Congratulations Mathew!

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John Bledsoe signs with MidAmerica Nazarene University

As part of a busy day of signings at MHS, Senior John Bledsoe signed his letter of intent with MidAmerica Nazarene University to play football. Congratulations John!

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 Willie Totten signs with MidAmerica Nazarene University

As part of a busy day of signings at MHS, Senior Willie Totten signed his letter of intent with MidAmerica Nazarene University to play football. Congratulations Willie!

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Blayne Armstrong signs with Missouri State University 

Quarterback Blayne Armstrong signed his letter of intent to play with Missouri State University. Congragulations Blayne!

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Micah Ragsdale signs with Hannibal-Lagrange

Senior wrestler Micah Ragsdale signed with Hannibal-Lagrange to continue his wrestling career in college. Congratulations Micah!

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What's Happening at MHS? Visit the Bluejay Chatter Online

The Bluejay Chatter Online is the student news site for Marshfield High School. Visit bluejaychatteronline.com for news, sports, student life, and photos.


Marshfield High School ACT Report

Click here to view the High School ACT Report. The report details a five-year trend of the school's ACT tested graduates.


Congratulations to the following students who made District Honor Bands:

Those students making District Jazz Band are
Hunter Attaway and Brandon White.
And alternates are:  Shelby Rouse, Courtney Maples and Andrew Hamilton
Those students making District Concert Band are:
Anna Cary, Michael McCann, Austin Moss, Curtis Stalker and McKenzie Triplett.

Those students making District Honor Band are:
Wesley Busch, Mitch Chaffin, Andrew Hamilton and Courtney Maples. Courtney made Honor Band on two different instruments and received 1st chair honors for a second year in a row.

Lauren Aldridge signs with University of Kansas

Surrounded by friends, family, teammates, and coaches Senior Lauren Aldridge signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at KU on Wednesday, November 13. 

Taylor Price Featured on Front Page of the Marshfield Mail

Senior Taylor Price was featured on the front page of the November 13, 2013, Marshfield Mail with her article on the MHS Veterans Day Assembly. Taylor is currently taking the News Magazine class with Mrs. Zajac-Glover and wrote the story as part of a class assignment. Congratulations Taylor on being featured in the Marshfield Mail.


Congratulations Cammy Harrison, Southwest District Advisor of the Year

At the annual Missouri Association of Student Councils Southwest District meeting held at Marshfield High School on October 25, 2013, Cammy Harrison was named Advisor of the Year. 


Pro Start I Class

Mrs. Boshe's Pro Start I Class made bruschetta with tomato and basil. David Gray donated the basil tree to the class so the students could use fresh basil in the recipe.


MHS Starts the 2013-2014 School Year STRONG

MHS Student Council and school administration worked hard over the summer to implement the new STRONG program for the 2013-2014 school year. This program is intended to strengthen traditions, increase student involvement, increase test scores, and increase attendance.

On the first day of school students were given a free t-shirt, had class meetings, took class pictures, had a free lunch outside, and were lucky enough to have speaker Grant Baldwin present "No Excuses".

Below are the class pictures that were taken on the first day of school. Each class was given a different color shirt with their STRONG logo. Freshman: Start STRONG, Sopohmores: Be STRONG, Juniors: Stay STRONG, and Seniors: Finish STRONG.




Art and Theatre Teams Win First Place in the Nation for Gypsy Set!

Congratulations to our Art and Theatre program for their recent honor of FIRST PLACE IN THE NATION for the set construction and painting of "GYPSY!"  

The Scenographics set design company holds a competition from around the nation every year to see who can build/paint their sets the best.  This year Marshfield High School took 1st place and is on the cover of their design catalog! This catalog is sent to theaters throughout the nation!!!
Congratulations to Tina Hyde and her incredible Art program for their painting, and to Greg Holtschneider and the Fall Stagecraft class for their construction!

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Another Successful Year at Speech and Debate Nationals!

Hayley Rader was featured in Birmingham, Alabama as she made it to the final round in the National Forensic League Speech & Debate National Championships in June.  She finished in 6th place overall in Humorous Interpretation!!!

Marshfield High School Speech program was also recognized as a School of Distinction as one of the top 21-40 programs IN THE NATION!!!






Jeff Curley
Keith White
Kevin Armstrong

Marshfield High School  370 State Highway DD Marshfield, MO  65706
PHONE417-859-2120  FAX 417-859-7756


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