The Wall of Freedom at MHS

rededicated November 2008 and signed by our President November 2012!
On November 11, 2008, Mentor High School rededicated its Wall of Freedom, a 30-by-40 foot mural featuring a plaque bearing the names of 31 former Mentor students who gave their lives in service of their country. The project was launched by Mr. Steve Couch and the wall was painted by students in Fine Art 4 that year. The wall features a waving flag and soldier’s silhouette. The wall also holds 30 historical documents donated by the Exchange Club of Western Lake County. Before the wall was rededicated it was signed by presidential candidate Senator John McCain (see image above) who stopped at MHS for a rally on October 30, 2008. More recently, President Barack Obama (pictured below) signed the wall on his campaign stop November 3rd. We are so proud that the Art Department was involved with this project!

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