We hope you'll find this information helpful for helping you participate in your student's academic career!

Checking Grades in Learn

Teachers are expected to update grades weekly. To check your student's grades, please follow these directions. You will need their student ID number and password.

PTSO

Our PTSO is an active partnership between our school and community members. From providing staff recognition and rewards, to fundraising, to advocating for our students our PTSO provides invaluable support.

Anyone interested in helping to serve should consider joining the MHS PTSO. Anyone can be a member and it is free! Please provide your name, email address, child’s grade, and area of interest to bluedevilptso@gmail.com or Mr. Schwarzenegger.

Fund a Student

If every family donates $5, the PTSO will have enough funds to cover our entire year of activities. Please read this overview of the Fund-A-Student Program to learn more.

You can make your donation using the Online School Payment system. Click on PTO from the left-hand menu and select the MHS PTO.

Link it up!

Register your Food Lion (School Code 213744 ) and Harris Teeter (School Code 6310) cards to support the PTSO! These cards must be re-linked every year.

Newsletters

School Calendar

For a printable version of the 2017-18 calendar, please click here.

Student Handbook

Please view our Student Handbook. We also have new implementation plans for 2017-18 for Cell Phones and Loss of Privileges.

Capstone Project Information

All Mooresville High School students are required to complete a capstone project during their junior and senior years. Please visit the Capstone Project website for details and deadlines.

Pay Laptop Charges

If you would like to pay for your student's laptop charges, please click here for directions.

Dress Code

The Mooresville Graded School District requires students to adhere to standards of dress compatible with a safe and orderly learning environment. All students are expected to be groomed and dressed appropriately for school and related activities.

Student dress deemed by the school principal to be inappropriate, disruptive, offensive, vulgar, obscene, provocative, revealing, profane, or endangering the health/safety of others is prohibited.

The school dress code is in effect once the student enters the school building. The specific standards listed below are not all inclusive, but serve as a basic guideline for all students as to appropriate school attire.
. . . cannot be a health or safety hazard
. . . cannot be of an inappropriate length or fit
. . . cannot show underclothing in any way
. . . cannot be excessively tight or loose fitting
. . . cannot show bare midriff and/or cleavage
. . . cannot be pajamas or other sleepwear
. . . cannot wear hats/headgear inside the school building at any time
. . . cannot advertise products prohibited by school system
. . . cannot have adornments that could be used as a weapon (i.e. chains)
. . . cannot be/or have perception as gang related

Key Dress Code Reminders

  • Students’ tops must have sleeves that completely cover the shoulders. This means no tanks-tops, spaghetti strapped dresses, or cut-off tees
  • Students’ pants/shorts may not have any rips, tears, or holes anywhere above where the students’ fingertips when their arms and hands are extended fully at their sides
  • Students’ shorts/skirts must have a length that is longer than the students’ fingertips when their arms and hands are extended fully at their sides
  • Students are allowed to wear tights or “leggings” as their pants.

Tutoring Options

Please visit the Tutoring page for more information about how you can get extra help for your student.

Yearbook Orders & Ads

To purchase a senior ad or order a yearbook, please visit the MHS Pitchfork Yearbook site.

Blue Devil Dispatch Newsletters

Please view the latest editions of the Blue Devil Dispatch parent newsletters by clicking here.

MHS Student Health Advisory Committee

MHS is committed to healthy students. The MHS Student Health Advisory Committee is looking for parents, students, and community members to join. Please email Laurel Andrews if you're interested in helping us keep MHS students and staff healthy!

Volunteer Opportunities

College Application Week
Help students complete college applications during our annual College Application Week in November. Many colleges waive application fees during this week.
Contact: Allyson Morris, amorris@mgsd.k12.nc.us

Senior Project Judge
Be on a panel of community members to judge the presentations done by our seniors in order to graduate. You do not need to have a student at the school to volunteer for this! Presentations are held on an afternoon in January and May, from 3-5 p.m. and you are required to attend a training session if you've not served previously.
Contact: Colleen Kennedy, colleenkennedy@mgsd.k12.nc.us

Test Proctor
Help administer end-of-course and final exams in January and June.
Contact: Assistant Principals Bost (mbost@mgsd.k12.nc.us) or Waid (twaid@mgsd.k12.nc.us)

Tutoring Services
Do you have an academic strength that you would like to share with high school students? Email your name, contact information, and the subject in which you're willing to help to the MHS Counseling Department and we will add you to our list of tutors!
Contact: Allyson Morris, amorris@mgsd.k12.nc.us

Parent, Teacher, Student Organization (PTSO)
The PTSO works with the school and administrators to fulfill various needs at the school, such as staff appreciation events.
Contact: Christy Brotherton, bluedevilptso@gmail.com or Principal Schwarzenegger, eschwarzenegger@mgsd.k12.nc.us

Band Boosters
The Band Boosters support the Pride in Motion band at home, away and competition events as well as with fundraising.
Contact: Melissa Stahlman  mestahlman@hotmail.com


Athletic Boosters

The Athletic Boosters support all sports teams at MHS.

Contact: JJ Morris,  jj@carolinarealtygroup.com

 

Substitute teacher
If you a certified teacher or are willing to serve as a substitute teacher, we may be able to use you in the classroom.
Contact: Central Office at (704) 658-2530

Donate school supplies
MHS tries to keep extra notebooks, pencils, book bags, notebook paper, dividers, and other school supplies on hand for students in need. Bring supplies to the Main Office any time during the school year.
Contact: Amy Wilson at (704) 658-2580

Host a student at your business
Some of our students must complete internships, apprenticeships and/or work-based hours in order to learn work-skills and graduate. Consider hosting a student for the semester at your business.
Contact: Jenny Hall, jennyhall@mgsd.k12.nc.us

Capstone Project Mentor
As our students complete their Capstone Project, they will need to work with experts in their fields of study. A student will work with a mentor approximately 15 hours as they learn about the field and complete journals, photos and a final product. If you are willing to mentor a senior, please let MHS know!
Contact: Jennifer Holston, jenniferholston@mgsd.k12.nc.us

Recruit student volunteers for your organization
If you are a member of a community organization that could use new members or student volunteers, we will help spread the word to our students. Send the name of your organization to the MHS Counseling Department and we’ll add you to our list of volunteer opportunities for students!
Contact: Allyson Morris, amorris@mgsd.k12.nc.us

 

Sponsor or start a club
If you are interested in helping to sponsor a club that already exists, or start a new club on campus, we welcome your expertise!
Contact: Allyson Morris, amorris@mgsd.k12.nc.us

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