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End of the Year Schedule

The Spring Exam Schedule is now available. Parents and students should note the shift to a block schedule beginning on May 13. Students and parents are reminded that no early dismissals are allowed during an exam time. Missed exams may only be made up with a medical excuse or principal approval.

Junior Scholars

Any Juniors interested in being nominated as a Junior Scholar, should sign-up in the school counseling office by March 27th. The School Counseling office will review the list of students that have signed up for consideration and review the college/universities Junior Scholar requirements and nominate all interested students that meet the requirements. Please remember to sign up to be considered for schools that you are considering attending as a post-secondary option. Junior Scholars can be eligible for college application fee waivers and scholarships, depending on the college/university. Juniors need to sign up by March 27th in the school counseling office. The schools participating in the Junior Scholars Programs are:

Furman University
Wofford College
USC- Upstate
USC-Aiken
Lander University
Presbyterian College
Columbia College
Erskine College

Returning Youth in Government Members

Returning Youth in Government members who are interested in a leadership position at next year's conference should see Coach Snoad ASAP.

FFA Annual Plant Sale

Come out and support the Mauldin FFA Chapter at our Annual Plant Sale! A variety of annuals, perennials, and vegetables will be available.

Sale begins on April 6th from 8am to 5pm and will reopen on April 8th - 11th from 9am - 3pm and 4pm - 6 pm.

GCS Job Fair

HR Operations will host a job fair on Tuesday, March 26, from 5:00-7:00 pm at Thomas E. Kerns Elementary School, 6650 Frontage @ White Horse Road, Greenville, SC. All three hourly work groups (Bus Drivers/Aides, Custodian and Food Service) will be represented.

BASF $1500 Scholarships for Seniors

Seniors who are pursuing a STEM career can pick up an application in the counseling office for an opportunity to receive one of four $1500 scholarships provided by BASF. Applications are due back to Ms. Hyer by April 5th.

Students in Action

"Students In Action" is a new student group to Mauldin High. Its pillars are to promote leadership, engagement, and impact. Our motto is "Multiplying Good".

Leadership--Develop current and future leadership potential within students.
Engagement--Promote the value of service and grow volunteerism within the school community.
Impact--Measure the impact of volunteerism and reward efforts to develop measurement systems.

Students In Action has developed 2 primary community service initiatives.

Clothing Closet: Clothes (new or very gently used) have been donated from clothing stores and various other sources. Students are able to see a guidance counselor or teacher, based on individual need or based on a need beyond Mauldin High that will still serve the Mauldin community.

Serenity Place: Items will be donated to Serenity Place, based on their wish list.

Students and community members are encouraged to make a donation of their choice. Various MHS student clubs will be granted community service hours for their donation(s).

Student Members: Lauren Ashmore, Zora Brewster, Kiara Cody, Camiya Crosby, George Ford, Skylar Ford, A.J. Flood, Ryan Groves, JEB McBride, Cierra McKinney, Valentia Ramirez-Zapata, Lilian Shehan, Jameson Tucker, Megan Vankirk, Cordazha Washington, Eric Washington, Greyson Williams, and Shatessa Williams.

End of the Year Schedule

The Spring Exam Schedule is now available. Parents and students should note the shift to a block schedule beginning on May 13. Students and parents are reminded that no early dismissals are allowed during an exam time. Missed exams may only be made up with a medical excuse or principal approval.

Curriculum Night Presentations

Mauldin High School Administrators, Counselors, and Teachers enjoyed speaking with so many students and parents at both the Upperclassmen Curriculum Presentation, as well as the Rising Freshmen Curriculum Presentation. Both of the evening's presentations, as well as agendas, are available here.

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