Invite a friend
Ray Bradbury's 1951 novel transfoms into an onstage drama
about a dystopian society that exists to burn books in order
to discontinue individual thoughts and social unrest.
Firefighter Guy Montag, whose job it is to burn books is
presented with an alternative lifestyle and must choose
between the life he knows or a life that allows him to
read books and have freedom of thought and
expression. A play directed by Carol Schlink.
More About Mt. Hope High School
Formerly Bristol High School, Mount Hope High School was integrated into the Bristol Warren Regional School District in 1993. For the 2010 academic year the school has 1075 students, grades 9 through 12.
MHHS is NEASC accredited and has been named one of America's best high schools by the US News and World Report. At Mt. Hope, students are given the opportunity to participate in an array of clubs, organizations and sports.
Mount Hope High School has also recently implemented an extended day program to help students that had been struggling to graduate. The new program allows students to receive additional help after school to complete work, aiding them to graduate on time.