Edinboro Elementary Student, Jacob Haugh, Raises Money For “Wins for Kids”, Featured On Pittsburgh Pirates Show

Edinboro, PA (May 1, 2015) — Edinboro Elementary student Jacob Haugh didn’t ask for any birthday gifts. Instead, the third grader requested something else — donations. Haugh raised $2,521 in three weeks for Wins for Kids, a program that raises funds to support the Pittsburgh Pirates Charities and the Center for Prader-Willi Syndrome at the […]

General McLane Senior Places 2nd in Safe Driving Competition

General McLane High School senior Ben Tallman placed second in Erie County’s Annual Teen Driving Competition on Monday and will have an opportunity to win a $5,000 scholarship. Sponsored by PA Motor Truck Association, Con-Way Freight and the Northwest Regional Highway Safety Network, this competition gives students in Erie and Crawford counties the opportunity to […]

GM Student, Cory Kephart, Selected for University of Pittsburgh’s Health Career Scholars Academy

General McLane High School junior Cory Kephart was selected to attend the University of Pittsburgh’s Health Career Scholars Academy (UPHCSA). This program selects only 110 students each year and is often a springboard for future studies in medicine. “I’m very excited for this opportunity,” says Kephart. “I’m interested in the heath career field and getting […]

Hermitage House Key Club Treasurer Speaks At Edinboro Kiwanis Club

Excerpt from Hermitage House Spring 2015 Newsletter The Edinboro Kiwanis Club welcomed Mary, Hermitage House Key Club Treasurer, as their March 3rd speaker. Mary spoke about the Key Club’s current service projects which serve the global and local communities. She also spoke about the Annual March for Life which raises funds for Michael Hoover Blood […]

The March Driver of the Month is Theresa Wolfe

Theresa is one of our veteran drivers who has been driving for the district since April, 1985. She started driving because it was the perfect job that was a good fit with her children’s schedule. She began as a substitute driver, which turned into a High School/Middle School route for a few years. Since then […]

GM Senior Mike Allison Advances to PIAA State Diving Meet

Congratulations to Senior Mike Allison, who finished 2nd at the District 10 Diving Championships on Tuesday. Mike broke his own school record of 508.40 with final score of 549.15 in the 11-dive competition. It’s worth noting that although he finished 2nd, his score did beat the previous Overall District 10 record of 546. Mike will […]

GMHS Students Participate in Veteran’s Outreach Program

EDINBORO, PA (February 17, 2015) – Four General McLane High School students distributed food to 67 needy veterans and their families last week through the Produce Express Program. This event took place outside of the Veteran’s Outreach Center and Luther Memorial Church and is a joint-venture with VFW Post 740 Edinboro-McKean and the Second Harvest […]

GM Senior Michelle Jahn Surpasses 1,000 Career Points

General McLane senior Michelle Jahn is now the 9th girl in GM history to have over 1,000 career points. Jahn surpassed 1,000 during General McLane’s Region 7 loss against Central Tech last night. Jahn is one of three players to sign National Letters of Intent for the 2015 Women’s Basketball recruiting class at Edinboro University. […]

GM Drivers Accept ALS Challenge

EDINBORO, PA (September 11, 2014) – The General McLane School District bus drivers accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge yesterday to raise awareness and donations for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). General McLane’s drivers further challenged Fort LeBoeuf School District drivers. There was an estimated 30 participants from the District involved in the challenge to support a […]

Regan Signs With Edinboro University

Molly Regan, a Senior at General McLane High School, has signed her National Letter of Intent to pole vault at Edinboro University. In addition, she will be joining the EUP Women’s Volleyball team. Molly is a 2013 PA State Medalist in the pole vault and holds the school’s record of 10’6″. She was also named […]

Edinboro Photographer Places In National Competition

Jamie Seeman, of Edinboro, an employee of Lifetouch Photography was recently honored as runner up in the company’s Portrait Excellence Award competition. Each photographer submitted 25 randomly selected portraits. Images are scored based on Lifetouch’s eight elements of photography. Each element is worth one point. When reviewing an image, each element must be met to […]

GM Senior Competes In Indianapolis Marathon

Lloyd Koester, a Senior at General McLane High School, competed Saturday May 4th in a 13 mile Mini-marathon in Indianapolis, Indiana. Lloyd finished with a time of 1:29:43 placing him in the top 500 runners of the 35,000+ competitors. Lloyd is a distance runner on the GM track team and was also a member of […]

Hayden Kuhn, General McLane Student, Selected To Perform in All-Eastern Honors Ensemble

Hayden Kuhn, a Senior at General McLane High School, Edinboro, PA, was selected to perform with the mixed choir in the 2013 NAfME (National Association for Music Education) All-Eastern Honors Ensemble. Attending students spent three days rehearsing together during the Eastern Division Conference of The NAfME held in Hartford, Connecticut in preparation for performances on […]

First Receipent of Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania Scholarship, Carly Gray

The Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania was established in 1982 by John Fleming, Edinboro University Emeritus faculty member. The Band enables hundreds of music lovers in the area to experience high quality concert band music. It’s members also get to share their love of making music with many generations of musicians who participate in the […]

Brandi Hobbs, Still Shooting For Gold

It seems as though Edinboro native Brandi Hobbs and her Perazzi shotgun are constantly on the move. Just in the past few months she has traveled to the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Co, Can-Am Cup competition in Dalmatia Pa and Montreal, Quebec, and also to Tucson Arizona, Umbria Italy. She added these […]