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    December 30, 2019

    RAM Nation Family,

    Report cards are going out this week and grades are also available for viewing on ParentVUE/StudentVUE.  Students who have been absent from school for more than 10 days in any or all classes will receive a N/C (no credit). 

    Appeal forms have been sent home with report cards and are also available online to complete at: No Credit Appeal form and submit it to Mr. Perry for consideration.  Parents/students should provide documentation/information regarding their absences for consideration by the appeals team.

  • Great News From the Office of Our Career and College Center

    Maricopa High School is excited to share news about our amazing students and impressive senior scholars  The Class of 2020 is experiencing a banner year with unprecedented national scholarship recognition. The scholarship programs listed below are highly selective and competitive, accepting only the top 1% of applicants. MHS currently has six semifinalists for these prestigious and generous awards.  Click here for more information.

Message from Principal- Brian Winter

  •  Brian Winter is Principal at Maricopa High School. He previously served as Assistant Principal/Athletic Director at MHS during the 2011-2012 school year. After a few years away from the district, Brian returned for the 2016-17 school year serving as Dean of Students.

    Born and raised in Minnesota, he received his Bachelor's Degree from Winona State University and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Minnesota Brian Winter Headshot State University, Mankato. Brian has taught at the elementary, middle and high school levels during the course of his career and has also previously served as a Head Varsity Boys' Basketball Coach for 21 years.

    Brian and his wife Katey have three children together. He enjoys hiking, biking and attending sporting events as well as spending time with his family.

    Brian is honored to serve in his new role as the Principal of Maricopa High School and strives to promote high standards of excellence in all areas.