Rising 10th, 11th, 12th Graders
Rising 9th Graders
Annually, Mauldin High School recognizes the top students in the graduating class. The Valedictorian is the student who has the highest GPA in the class. This year we are proud to announce that Julia McElhinny is the 2017 - 2018 Mauldin High School Valedictorian. Congratulations to Julia for this extraordinary accomplishment!
The Salutatorian is the student who has the second highest GPA in the class. This year we are proud to announce that Mira Pichai is the 2017 - 2018 Mauldin High School Salutatorian. Congratulations to Mira for this outstanding accomplishment!
Congratulations to all students who are included on the Second Quarter Honor Roll. Students may stop by the guidance office for their honor roll certificates.
Visit our Honor Roll webpage to view a list of students who earned this honor.
Congratulations to the winners of the PTSA Reflections Arts Program!
Dance Choreography Category:
1st Place - Deja'ne Chatman
1st Place - Dylan Tate
1st Place - Christa Saadati
Music Composition Category:
1st Place - Kozbi Bayne
1st Place - Logan Maronie
2nd Place - Logan Maronie
3rd Place - Logan Maronie
Visual Arts Category:
1st Place - Hanna Abu-Judom
The winners artwork will go on to compete at State.
MHS will have a Black History Month Program on Friday, February 23 during 2nd period. The guest speaker is Mrs. Glenis Redmond, a nationally renowned poet, teaching artist, and imagination activist. The program will conclude with a performance by our step team, the Certified Steppers.
In order to attend, students must complete this google form by Wednesday, Feb. 21. A permission slip will be placed in the appropriate teacher's box before Feb. 23. Students must have the teacher signed permission slip to attend the assembly.
Earn an elective credit by helping out in the media center! Participate in a service learning opportunity without leaving campus! Stop by the media center to complete an application. This class is open to all students.
The first Summer Projects Bulletin of the year is now available now on the School Counseling Department's website. The Summer Projects Bulletin contains information about different camps, programs, and opportunities for students this summer. It will be updated periodically throughout the rest of the year.
Mauldin Cultural Center - Saturday - March 17th 6pm-10pm
Tickets are purchased from all MHS athletes
This year's theme is MAV Madness
Unlimited oysters, BBQ w/sides, drinks, silent auction, live music, DJ
Must be 21+ years old to attend
$5 discount for Greenville Co School employees
All proceeds go to MHS Athletic programs
Ninth and 11th graders' Individual Graduation Planning (IGP) conferences are set to begin February 12 - March 14. Students received notices of their appointment times when report cards were distributed on 1/26. High school and post-secondary planning and registration will take place during these conferences. Parents are invited to attend. A list of conferences times is posted here for your convenience.