Maple Mountain High School

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Click here for the 2015-2016 Parking Permit Application.

Seniors may now schedule a College and Career Ready appointment with their Counselor.  Appointments begin on July 20.  This is the perfect time to finalize the class schedule, make graduation plans, and receive college and scholarship information.  

Be advised, Counselor assignments have changed this year, you may be meeting with a different Counselor than last year. Counselors are assigned according to the first letter of the Student's last name.  

Mrs. Miner  A-D

Mr. Blakey E-K

Mrs. Moulton L-Ra

Mrs. Bond Re-Z

Call the Main Office to schedule your appointment 801 794-6740.  Now is the time to prepare for your Senior year!

Reminder: Math 1010 students need to have a math ACT score of 19 or higher and 1050 needs to have a 23 or higher.  If your ACT scores are not high enough each student will need to take the accuplacer test ASAP.

Click here for the MMHS Literary Magazine.

Click Here for the 2015-2016 registration booklet.

Pre junior CCRP survey.

Post Junior CCRP survey.

Click here to access the Utah Core Standards.

Click here to pay school fees.

Click here to download our school song.  You need to download it first in order to play the song.

Click here to Access athletic pictures taken by Jeff Porcaro.

Click here to access Nebo School District Parent Center Mentor information.

 

For help in math, there are great references on Youtube and Khanacademy.com that explain how to do the problems on your student's homework.  We also offer a math lab.  Click here for the math lab schedule.

Summer Drill Clinic
jr cheer will be august 20-21 with a performance at the football game half time on the 21st
 
The mission of Maple Mountain High School is to educate and empower students through an attitude of excellence founded on respect, trust, and accountability.

Jannelyse Allred Featured in FCCLA's Teen Times

Attributions: 
Story found at http://issuu.com/fccla/docs/jan_feb

Through their involvement in their families, careers, and communities, members are empowered to envision what their futures may hold. We want to highlight members who use their opportunities in the red jacket to prepare for a red hot future!

In this edition of "Red Jacket, Red Hot Future", meet Jannelyse Allred, a student from Maple Mountain High School in Spanish Fork, Utah.

UACTE Work-Based Learning Teacher of the Year - Kathryn Crandall

Attributions: 
Story by Joy Maughan.

​Kathryn Crandall was awarded the UACTE Teacher of the Year from the Work-based Learning division at the UACTE Conference held in St. George, Utah. Kathryn was recognized for her efforts as a FACS teacher, the CTE Department head, and outstanding educator and supporter for Work-based Learning internships. Mrs. Crandall has been teaching for 23 years and has been at Maple Mountain since 2009, when we first opened our doors.

Ellevés Take 4th at State 4A Drill Competition

Attributions: 
Story by Molly Brenchley.

On Thursday, February 4, 2016, the MMHS Ellevés competed in the State 4A Semi Finals Drill Team Competition held at UVU. The format for state drill was new this year and teams were placed in “pods” of four based on their placement from region competition. Two teams from each pod advanced to the finals. The Ellevés were one of the two teams who advanced to the finals from their pod.