Taking the Advanced Placement exams is an important part of all AP courses. Maple Mountain High School desires that all students take AP exams for the AP classes that they have taken. Scoring well on an AP exam can often earn students college credit for their high school class, saving a significant amount on tuition.
For the 2019 AP exams, students at Maple Mountain High School will be registering online. This registration will take a few minutes and can be completed from any computer with internet access.
Maple Mountain High School is proud to present the December Students of the Month:
Where do you want to see yourself in five years? Married and working as a preschool teacher.
What are your favorite hobbies? Watching baseball, playing soccer, and hanging out with my family.
If you could have a conversations with anyone from history, who would it be and what would you ask them? George Washington. "How did you know how to lead the U.S. in war?"
The MMHS Ellevés competed at the UVU Invitational Drill Competition at UVU on December 15, 2018. They placed 1st in Kick, 3rd in Hip Hop, 3rd in Military, and 4th in Dance. This was a very competitive competition with most of the top 5A drill teams competing.
Maple Mountain also took four of the five places in the 5A/6A Drill Down. Makiah Staheli won 1st place, Sydnee Winegar won 2nd, Kacey Melton won 3rd place, and Abbie Jackson won 4th place. Congratulations drill team!
Our FBLA club did SO WELL at their Region Competition! These 13 awesome students brought home a total of 34 certificates and medals with their top 5 finishes! MMHS placed 3rd overall behind two chapters who nearly quadrupled their size. What a competitive group; we are so proud! Here is the list of our students and their achievements. Please congratulate them when you see them.
Andrew Lott- 1st place in Sports and Entertainment Marketing, 1st place in Personal Finance, 3rd place in Client Service, and 3rd place in Marketing
Joshua Spackman takes a Business Management class as a concurrent enrollment student though UVU. As part of this class, students are required to write a business plan. Students can enter a competition by submitting a business plan for a $500 cash prize. If they win our school competition, they qualify to compete at UVU against students from other schools for a $1000 cash prize. Joshua Spackman and other students submitted business plans and interviewed like the "Shark Tank" TV show. Joshua won the $500 and will be competing at UVU for the $1000 prize.