Mountstock is ready to Rock

 Our 10th annual Mountstock Battle of the Bands is coming up on Saturday, October 7.

Gates open at 5:30 p.m. All high school students are welcome to attend this event. This year we will feature six bands from all different schools (including MSM!): Identical Difference, Scathed, Lake Paradigm, Lost Connections, Pepperoni Boys, Psychosis Glory. Student Council encourages all of our students to attend this fun-filled night with good music.

Tickets are sold during lunches for $7.00 presale and $10.00 on the day of the show. We also are selling Mountstock t-shirts for $10.00; if you buy a ticket and t-shirt combo, the price is only $15.00. And remember, we also offer a jeans day on October 6, for all students, faculty and staff who purchase a T-shirt.

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Update from Student Council

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