History of Malden Public Schools:
Malden High School is a public high school in Malden, Massachusetts, United States that was established in 1857. It is part of the Malden Public Schools and accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), it awards high school diplomas. We are proud of our history and our future. Please see below for some of the highlights of our storied tradition.
The Blue and Gold
The school’s official newspaper had followed a long and proud tradition publishing for over 90 years making it the second-oldest running public high school newspaper. Over the years, it had won over many awards including 40 Columbia Scholastic Press Association awards, New England Scholastic Press Association (NESPA), and Suffolk University. The most recent award was received in 2010 for Best in News Writing from Suffolk University.
The Oracle is the second-oldest literary society in the country. In 2006 the society was given the ranking of “Superior,” the highest possible rating, with only one other school literary society in the state.
Junior Varieties is the oldest high school variety show in the country. The variety features yearly themes with a mix of comedy, vocal talent, instrumental performances, dance performances, and other skits. The show is largely led by the year’s junior classmen, but students of all grade levels participate including their own part in the show.
Merging the Past and the Present
We are proud of our diversity!!
# 1 Most Diverse School District in Massachusetts