Emma Taylor plays Varsity 1st Doubles on the MMHS tennis team. She is Academic All Region and one of the Team Captains. Her pep talks before each match really help the other players stay focused. She is a natural leader, and Emma currently serves on Student Council as Senior Class VP of Relations.
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On Saturday, September 22nd, the MMHS Marching Band competed in the Nebo Tournament Marching Band Competition at Payson HS. The band came out strong for their first competition of the season. They placed 2nd out of 7 bands in the 2A Division with only a 0.6 score difference away from 1st. Outstanding Visual Performance was also awarded to them. Way to go!!
Taylor Bunce has been selected as a Maple Mountain Prep Athlete of the Week for her outstanding play as a member of the soccer team. Taylor's efforts have helped the lady Golden Eagles to sit atop of the standings in Region 8. Taylor has had several multi-goal games so far helping the Eagles stay undefeated in region play. Congratulations Taylor and good luck to you and your team the rest of the way!
Come hear about the Nebo School District 2018 Bond Proposal. The distric wants your feedback?
Choose your location and date (see flier) for the 1 hour meeting.
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This Free Community training will explain current drug trends, including identifiers, logos, and clothes to demonstrate possible high-risk behaviors in youth. This presentation explains the current drug & alcohol terms in simple language for each attendee to apply what they learn in their community, school, or even at home.
These new trends are very popular and it is important for all who are involved in prevention, education, treatment or enforcement to understand these sweeping changes in the drug culture.
Maple Mountain High School is proud to announce that we will host Recruiting Expert Paul Putnam for his presentation: “College Recruiting Simplified.” The event is on Wednesday, August 29 at 6:30pm in the auditorium. The seminar is free to all students and their families and we encourage all athletes (9-12) to bring a parent, especially the underclassman (9-11). This is the 3rd time Maple Mountain has hosted this event and it is very popular so we recommend coming early.
Putnam will guide parents and student-athletes through the importance of establishing athletic and academic goals, setting realistic expectations and seeking opportunities at all college and division levels.
Topics covered include:
* The benefits of playing college sports
* Reading college coach communications between the lines
* When the recruiting process starts
* How to get discovered
* How coaches evaluate prospects
* How to set realistic expectations
* High school and club coaches’ roles
Director of Regional Recruiting
Senior National Speaker
The PSAT will be administered at MMHS on Wednesday, October 10th. The PSAT serves as a practice test for the SAT as well as the qualifying test for the National Merit Scholarship. Sophomores and Juniors may take the test. In order to be considered for the National Merit Scholarship, the PSAT must be taken during the Fall of your Junior year. Register in the Finance Office, the cost of the test is $20.00 and will be limited to 40 students. See your Counselor if you have questions or would like more information about the benefits of taking the PSAT.