Maple Mountain High School

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*Athletic Physicals:  Try-outs for winter sports will begin on Monday, November 10th.  Student athletes will need a physical before being allowed to participate on a sports team.  Physical exams performed within the last 12 months are still valid, as long as they are on file at MMHS.  MMHS will be holding physical exams this upcoming Wednesday, November 5th, starting at3:30 pm and going until 7:30 pm, in the MMHS Athlete's Commons (Physicians will be in attendance for these exams).  This is for anyone who needs a physical for participation in athletics. The cost is $20.00. This money is a fundraiser for the athletic training budget and helps us purchase necessary items to care for our athletes! Paperwork can be completed ahead of time and is available online at:  All athletes need to register on this site to try-out for a sport.  Physical forms can be found on the “Register My Athlete” website, in the main office, and will also be available at the check-in desk at the time of your physical. If you have any questions, please contact Krista Prusak, our Athletic Trainer, in Room C-105, or the athletic training room.  You may also contact Krista at: or 801-310-9987.

Click here to access the Utah Core Standards.

Click here to pay school fees.

Click here to access Class Choice.

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

We are changing our school photography company, so the dates where Senior pictures will be taken will change from our normal July dates to later in the school year.  We will contact all the Seniors and their parents when we find out when the Senior picture day will be held.  Normal pictures for the year book will still be taken on the school picture day

Click here to Access athletic pictures taken by Jeff Porcaro.

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

2014-2015 Detention/Computer Lab Schedule Click Here.

For help in math, there are great references on Youtube and 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.

The mission of Maple Mountain High School is to educate and empower students through an attitude of excellence founded on respect, trust, and accountability.

October Student of the Month

Story and photo by Tyler Lewis.

Sophomore Madeline Palmer’s favorite quote is, “Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.” –C.S. Lewis. In five years, she sees herself in college and after already serving a mission. She thinks it is very important to have a plan, but also to go with the flow of life and be willing to adjust our plans based on what happens to us.