Talent Show payments must be submitted by March 13.
Mr. Mauldin payments must be submitted by March 18.
Parents and students are encouraged to review the registration website to access important information and resources regarding registration for the upcoming school year.
You can also watch an instructional video that guides you through the registration website and process for registration.
Additionally, the course catalog for Mauldin High School with descriptions and requirements for all the courses we will be offering next year is available for review.
There will be Youth in Government meetings in the Auditorium on Wednesday, March 10. Meetings will be at 8:00 AM and after school at 3:50 PM. A google link will be posted on the YIG google classroom for students who cannot attend face to face. Contact Coach Snoad if you have any questions.
This week, we were notified that individuals in Priority Group 1B, which includes teachers and other district staff, will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Monday, March 8. We do not know when our vaccination clinics will be held, but we do know it will be a quick turnaround once we are notified. That is why we are informing parents that GCS students will participate in eLearning on the days of our vaccine clinics. It is important that you talk to your family members, neighbors, or other caregivers now to prepare for childcare on eLearning days. We will give you as much advance notice as we can. If the vaccine requires two doses, we will repeat this process a few weeks later.
It is possible that Bon Secours will only get a portion of the requested doses for GCS employees. In that case, we will hold vaccine clinics on two different and non-consecutive days, meaning parents will need to prepare for childcare on two non-consecutive days.
Teachers will continue to provide live lessons on eLearning days. They will post assignments for students during the time they are away from work getting the vaccine.
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!
Peyton Fisher placed 2nd at the 5A Upper State Wrestling Tournament this past weekend and qualified for the state championship. He will be competing this weekend in Columbia for a state title.
Welcome to our fourteenth Mavs Mindful Monday! These tips and tools will help you build a tool belt when you become stressed, or overwhelmed. We encourage you to check out the presentation to learn more about this week’s tip- "Mindful awareness of your emotions”. This week’s presentation is the sixth part of our focus on mindful awareness of yourself, your surroundings, and your emotions.
Also, don’t forget we would love to hear how your experience with this week’s (or any other week’s) tip went. Feel free to fill out the challenge form on the last slide with a few quick questions and let us know about it.
To see the entire list of Mindful Monday tips check out the MHS Social Services website.
The Athletic Department will be partnering with Fire House Subs in a profit sharing event the entire week of March 1-March 5 at both the Woodruff Rd and W. Butler Rd locations. Take a picture of your receipt, note Mauldin Athletics and email it to Kady Cellamare, one of our PE teachers, or drop your receipt off in the marked boxes in the front office or in the athletic office for us to receive our share of the total. 3rd party ordering platforms also apply! Thank you in advance!
Congratulations to senior Parker Finch for being named a National Merit Finalist! We are proud of you!
Do you have charisma, uniqueness, nerve, or talent? Are you interested in performing at this year’s Mauldin’s Got Talent? If so, please fill out the Mauldin’s Got Talent application. Applications are due March 8th.
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.
Help support our Soccer Teams by making a donation today!.
Congratulations to the Mauldin High School Class of 2021 Honor Graduates! These students have
showcased incredible academic achievement, as they are the Top 20 in a class of 577.
Listed Below In Alphabetical Order:
Maria (Masha) Bokar
Congratulations to Arianna Simon, Class of 2021 Valedictorian. Arianna is
choosing between GA Tech and U of SC Honors, where she will study Business
Administration with a concentration in Finance or at U of SC she will study
Congratulations to Matthew Rundle, Class of 2021 Salutatorian. Matthew is
choosing between GA Tech, Clemson Honors, and Washington University (St.
Louis), where he will study Math and/or Computer Science.
Attention Rising 9th Grade Parents and Students. The Rising Freshman Curriculum Night presentation is now available. You will refer to your current 8th grade Counselor for all Registration questions; however, please feel free to review the presentation and fill out the google form at the end with any questions you may have for us. We look forward to having you join the Maverick Family next year!
The R2W test consists of four multiple choice timed tests – Applied Mathematics, Reading for Information, Locating Information, and Essential Soft Skills. The R2W tests measure real world skills that employers believe are critical to job success. Students may earn WIN’s Ready to Work credential and an Essential Soft Skills credential, which are recognized by businesses and industries nationwide. Testing will be conducted online with the exception of ‘accommodated testers’ who may require being tested on paper.
Students in their third year of high school, including virtual and face-to-face students. In addition to our website, testing information will also be sent in our 11th grade Advisory Classroom; announcement reminders will be made; and phone blast messages will be sent.
Note: In addition to 3rd year students --select seniors will be given an opportunity to take (re-take) portions of the test to score proficiency in areas not met in the fall. These students will receive notification of opportunity to test/re-test.
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.
Help support our Golf Teams by making a donation today!.
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.
The PTSA is giving four $1,000 scholarships away to Senior Mavericks who are members of the PTSA. Senior Mavericks interested in applying for one of these scholarships should visit the MHS PTSA webpage where the application can be found under quicklinks. Applications are due March 31st.
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.
Insurance payments are now being accepted for middle school athletes playing for Mauldin High. Contact appropriate coaches for more information.