• About Cedrina Missamou

    Claude Missamou, who goes by Cedrina, is a new member of the Blue and Gold and the Malden High School community as she is a freshman. After spending the first 9 years of her life in Gabon, Missamou came to the United States for 4th grade in 2010. Based on the transition that she made, Missamou has developed a strong appreciation for language and currently speaks French and English fluently, and is learning Spanish. Along with her love of language, Missamou also has a love for athletics, and has been runner since she was 10 years old. While she is unable to run this year due to scheduling conflicts, she hopes to stay close to the field through a focus on sports writing and coverage as a Blue and Gold reporter. She is passionate about speech and debate as well, kindled through her Model UN experiences in middle school. In the classroom, Missamou enjoys humanities and has an interest in psychology and the human mind. Outside of academics and athletics, Missamou has been a lifelong human rights and feminism activist. This began with her family in Gabon, where many were members of the Gabonese government and active in many national human rights movements. Missamou hopes to continue this in the future, and to to bring these ideals to other parts of the world.

    Spring Concert Photo Gallery

    by  • May 24, 2016 • Homepage, Local • 0 Comments

      The annual spring concert was held this May 12th in the Jenkins auditorium under the direction of Mr Todd Cole and the management of Ms. Sarah Bendell. Performances included students from the choral arts society and  students from the concert band.           As with every year, the concert kicked off with an introduction...

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    Boys Cross Country: A Great Course Ahead

    by  • October 8, 2015 • Homepage, Sports • 0 Comments

    The Malden High School boys cross country has had victories, made memories as well as lasting friendships. Last year’s team achieved plenty, having not only won the Greater Boston League championship but also, as Coach David Londino puts it, “breaking the drought” by winning half of all their meets. Although last season was successful,...

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