Please mark your calendar with a few important dates for the start of the next school year.
August 7th - Senior and Sophomore Schedule Pick Up Day and Pay Fees
Greenville County Schools is hosting its first annual gathering of GCS Athletic Directors, coaches, players and families to kick off the start of the 2018-2019 sports season. The event will be held at Bon Secours Wellness Arena on Thursday, July 26 starting at 6pm.
"Games+ Building a Better Graduate with Athletics" will celebrate the passion that high school sports ignites and spotlight the benefits of participation. Athletes don't just play games, they build friendships, leadership, commitment and character. Athletes are motivated to perform better academically. Last year GCS had 117 sports teams achieve a 4.0 GPA or better.
At 6pm doors will open for all players, parents and the public. The informational session is an opportunity for fans of all ages to connect with their favorite coaches and players for autographs, photos and sports talk.
The program will begin at 7pm with a welcome and introduction from GCS Director of Athletics Darryl Nance. Speakers include Craig Brown, owner of the Greenville Drive, Beth Paul, CEO of Bon Secours Wellness Arena, Sandi Morris, Greenville High graduate and Olympic pole vault silver medalist and Dr. Greg Dale, Sports Psychologist at Duke University.
Join us to "tailgate" before the first practices on July 27.
Due to technical issues outside of our control, we will need to make changes to our parking pass purchase dates on MySchoolBucks.com. We apologize for any issues and or confusion these issues may have caused and we appreciate your patience.
The new purchase dates are as follows:
Seniors - Monday, July 16th starting at 8:00 am
Juniors - Monday, July 23rd starting at 8:00 am
Thank you again for your patience and understanding.
Want to purchase a memory page for your son, daughter, or friend that's a Senior? Visit the Yearbook webpage for more information on how to purchase a memory page. The deadline is August 29! Contact Beth Ward (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
The Mauldin High School administration with input and guidance from teachers, staff, students, PTSA, and SIC has made revisions to the school dress code policy for the 2018-2019 school year. We believe that these changes allow for a more inclusive policy while clarifying expectations and consequences for violations. We encourage students and parents to fully review the policy in advance of the beginning of the school year shopping season.
In an effort to better serve our students, the Mauldin High School Counseling Department is re-organizing and changing studentsâ€™ counselor assignments. Each counselor will work with one portion of the alphabet for students in grades 9 through 12. This way students will keep the same counselor for all four years while in high school in an effort to get to know students and parents better. Visit the Counseling Department webpage to see the new counselor assignments effective July 1, 2018.
Information and forms regarding Junior and Senior parking permits can be found on the Student Parking webpage.
Sophomore Parking Passes
If any junior or senior parking passes remain unsold, a lottery will be held for a limited number of sophomore passes. The lottery will open on September 17th with the drawing to be held on October 1st. When the lottery window opens, in addition to the requirements expected of juniors and seniors, sophomores must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher and must have a clean discipline record (no more than two (2) minor referrals and zero (0) major referrals). Please understand that this is contingent upon available passes and based on prior history, the number of passes will be extremely limited.
AP Literature and Composition students should refer to Mrs. Tingom's website for required summer assignments.
Kick back and read! Books can be checked out from the MHS Media Center for the entire summer and will be due on August 20th, the first day of school.