701 E. Butler RdMauldin, S.C. 29662864-355-6500 • Fax: 864-355-6657

Mauldin High Slider

Mauldin High Spirit
MHS Spirit!
Mauldin NJROTC
Ag Science Students
Ag Science Students
Mauldin High Spirit
MHS Spirit!

End of Year Calendar

The 2021 End of Year Calendar and Schedule is now available.  The calendar highlights important upcoming events including AP exams, EOC's, Senior and underclassmen exams, and Chromebook return days.  Students and parents should note that a modified block schedule will begin May 17 to accommodate Senior exams and End of Course exams.  

End of Year Calendar & Schedule

MHS Annual Blood Drive

Do you bleed orange?? Please join us in supporting our local community and the Blood Connection. Our community partners reached out to us in an extraordinary time of need and we would like to answer their call. Let's show everyone what Mav Nation can accomplish together! This is open to students (aged 16 and older), staff, parents, and anyone in the community! Please sign up using the links below. The blood drive will take place April 22nd and 23rd at Mauldin High School.

MHS Sign Up - April 22

MHS Sign Up - April 23

Community Sign Up (Mobile Drive) - April 23

Senior Sendoff

Seniors, please join us for a Senior Sendoff at the Embassy Suites at Verdae on May 22, from 7pm until 10pm!  Seniors are encouraged to wear prom attire!  Social distancing guidelines will be upheld.  The sendoff will include a dessert bar, DJ, yearbook distribution, senior slideshow, and selfie stations!  MHS seniors may be accompanied by students from other Greenville County Schools-valid Greenville County Schools ID is required for admittance. 

Tickets are $15 per person or $30 per couple and will be sold through MySchoolBucks very soon!  All outstanding debts must be paid in order to attend.

Senior Parade 2021

The Class of 2021 Parade is currently scheduled for May 20 at 7pm (time/date are subject to change and will be finalized in May).

Participating Seniors are encouraged to decorate their cars with the theme of "life after high school/next steps" and/or a Maverick theme celebrating the Senior Class of 2021. 

Suggestions include:

  • College/University colors
  • Military branch
  • Career related theme
  • Maverick Class of 2021 theme and school colors

We look forward to celebrating our Senior Mavs!

Spirit Week T-Shirts

Support the March of Dimes by ordering a Spirit Week T-shirt!  Only $15.00!  Purchases should be picked up in the MHS main office.

Order Yours Today!

Graduation & Senior Information

The updated Senior website is now available!  Seniors and parents should visit this website for the most up-to-date information regarding the Class of 2021!  Students and parents are encouraged to check back often as new information will be added from time to time.

Senior Website

Graduation 2021 will be held at Bon Secours Wellness Arena on Friday, June 4th at 4:00 pm.  Additional information can be found on the graduation webpage within the Senior website.

Spring Plant Sale

The MHS annual plant sale is April 3rd & 17th from 8am - 4pm!  We hope you'll come out and support our Ag Science students!

Inventory of Available Plants and Prices

eLearning Date Set for Employee Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

Greenville County Schools is planning for all students to participate in eLearning on Friday, April 16. Confirmation of this date will be made by Tuesday, April 13. This date is tentative because it hinges on our ability to secure enough vaccine for our employees.  As soon as it’s confirmed, we will let parents know.  In the meantime, please make childcare arrangements for Friday, April 16.

GCS expects to accommodate ALL employees who signed up to get the shot.  We do not believe another eLearning day will be necessary after the 16th. Teachers will continue to provide lessons on the day they are receiving their second dose. Assignments will be posted during the time they are away from work to get the vaccine.

Join the Mavettes – Mauldin High’s Dance Team

Mavettes is a spirit squad for Mauldin High’s Varsity football team.  The Mavettes are a pom focused dance team that will perform at all Mav home football games. 

Auditions will be held April 21 -23 at MHS from 4 – 6 pm.  An audition prep clinic will be held on April 17 at MHS from 10 am – Noon.

A parent information meeting will be held via Zoom on April 13 at 7 pm.

Please complete the Interest Form and the Zoom link will be sent to you!

Change in Senior Early Release Requirements

If you are planning on having an early release/abbreviated schedule as a senior, please read the letter regarding these changes. In addition to the other early release requirements, you will need to be CCR (college and career ready), or have a concrete and attainable plan in place to obtain it prior to graduation.  

Learn more about College & Career Readiness (CCR)

Boy's and Girl's Soccer Donations

Help support our Soccer Teams by making a donation today!.

Boy's Soccer Donations

Girl's Soccer Donations

Tutoring Opportunities for Students

Numerous tutoring and extra help opportunities are now available to MHS students!  Visit our tutoring website to learn about these opportunities and choose which session works best for your schedule.

Learn More and Sign Up Today!

Boy's and Girl's Golf Donations

Help support our Golf Teams by making a donation today!.

Boy's Golf Donations

Girl's Golf Donations

Important Information Regarding 75% Student Attendance - Beginning Jan 19

The student attendance schedules are changing to 75% attendance beginning January 19.  New safety protocols have been put in place to ensure a safe learning environment.  Students and parents should review these changes and expectations in the document shared below.  A revised attendance schedule is also available below.

Procedures & Updates

Attendance Schedules (by color group)

District Attendance Roadmap

MHS to Transition to Block Schedule 2021-2022

Beginning with the 2021-22 school year Mauldin High School and all GCS high schools will be transitioning to a block schedule.  This change will not impact the courses we offer or your child’s opportunity to take non-core courses of interest to him or her. In a block schedule, students take four courses at a time, with each course lasting a semester instead of a full year.  Class periods will increase from 50 minutes to 90 minutes long.  There are pros and cons to every type of schedule, but block allows more time for hands-on engaging projects and requires the students to focus on just four subjects at a time.  Additionally, there is an opportunity for schools to share resources, teachers will have a smaller student load each semester, and, with the opportunity to earn eight credits each year instead of seven, there is more room in student schedules to take advantage of electives, Career Center Courses, Fine Arts Center offerings, dual credit classes and other experiences that support Graduation Plus.