Exam and Exemption Information
Exemption cards were distributed to all students on Monday, May 26 in 3rd period. These were to have been turned in by 3 p.m. Friday, May 30. Students with outstanding fines cannot be exempt.
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The search for the 2014 Fair Queen is now underway. Contestants interested in participating in this year's competition have until July 27, 2014 to register. See below for a complete set of rules and entry form.
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The 2014 Stripes yearbook will be distributed today during all lunches.
Students who have pre-ordered copies of the book should report to the line with the letter of their last name to pick up their book. They should also bring a photo... READ MORE »»
Katrina Foster, Bailee Bruce, Aleeza Butler, Bria Kelley and Jenna Moye show off the 2014 book.
Exam and Exemption Information
Exemption cards were distributed to all students on Monday, May 26 in 3rd period. These were to have been turned in by 3 p.m. Friday, May 30. Students with outstanding... Read More »
1.What was your most memorable moment this season with the team?
-”I can’t really choose one I appreciate every moment i had with my teammates this season.”
2. What is your you and your teammates mind set going into next season?
-”We’re... Read More »
Advancements in standardized testing have made it easier than ever for countries to compare scholastic performance. The recent popularity of programs such as the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study and the Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) have only increased interest, and investment, in international academic competition.
In six months’ time, many seniors will be heading off to college. However, the stereotyping of universities greatly influences the decisions of those applying for higher education. Recently, one of our own seniors, Grant R., was accepted to Harvard University for the fall semester. Harvard is often considered one of the most prestigious colleges in the natio
Every day, students at Mayfield are taught to appreciate differences, be it through learning about the history of human interactions in social studies classes or bouncing ideas off one another in English or science. With this focus on physical, ethnical, and cognitive differences, it may be easy to overlook a difference that, for some students, […]
The “PARCC” is a newly developed standardized test given in 13 states, including New Jersey. There has been quite a bit of controversy about the test, but what exactly is it? According to the PARCC’s official website, “The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers” is a “group of states working together to develop […]
After pushing back the release date three times, former The X Factor USA contestants Fifth Harmony finally released their debut album, Reflection, on Feb. 3. The girl group placed third on The X Factor back in 2012 and were immediately signed to Simon Cowell and L.A. Reid’s label, Epic (Syco Music). Since The X Factor, Fifth Harmony […]
A spandex singlet clings to her body as she shakes hands with her opponent and tries to remain confident. She’s a high school girl and a boy is about to grab her all over. This was the routine for Kelsey Mallard, a freshman who competed this season for AMSA’s wrestling team, and if it all […]