Maumelle High School

Maumelle High School has been serving students in grades 9 – 12 on its expansive campus since 2011. Maumelle is proud to serve the students in the city of Maumelle and surrounding areas. As the city continues to grow, so does our school and the amazing opportunities available to the Hornet family.

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Academy of Business, Technology & Social Services

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Academy of Science & Construction

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Welcome from Principal Jason Young

principal jason youngIt is an exciting time at Maumelle High School, and I speak on behalf of all MHS administration when I say, “we are dedicated to working closely with the students, teachers, parents, district and community to meet the needs of an eager and thriving school!” Positive adjustments are being made to provide a secure, safe, professional, yet fun learning environment through academies. We have set goals to advance our students’ academic achievements, recognize our wonderful teachers, and enhance our relationship with the Maumelle Community. Additionally, we are creating new opportunities of empowerment for our students in order to prepare them for a future outside of these school walls.

Academy of Business, Technology & Social Services

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Pathways

Scholars with a computer science background will be needed in every sector of our computerized world from computer hardware to software, from networking to troubleshooting. Scholars in this pathway will learn web development, programming, design, networking and cyber security to prepare them for numerous careers including web developer, network administrator, computer systems analyst or information technology manager.

The Banking pathway prepares scholars for a career in financial and investment planning, banking, insurance and business financial management. Career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy and require specific skills in organization, time management, customer service and communication. This pathway teaches scholars banking practices in deposits, lending funds, extending credit, and banking services which includes cash management, short-term investments, loans, credit cards and bill payments.

The Entrepreneurship pathway is for scholars who want to start, own and operate their own businesses with an emphasis on financial technologies. Scholars will learn how to generate ideas for new products and services, evaluate the feasibility of ideas, develop a strategy to implement the ideas and create a business plan. Scholars will also develop transferable skills to be successful in a global economy with broad coursework in organizational leadership, marketing and management and marketing strategies.

The Education and Training pathway is for scholars who want to guide and train young lives. This pathway is designed to provide scholars with information and experiences in the field of education, and scholars will receive experiential learning opportunities to plan and prepare instructional materials, build classroom management skills, assist with record keeping, make physical arrangements, and experience responsibilities of classroom teachers, counselors, administrators, para-professionals, social workers, and interpreters.

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Academy of Science & Construction

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Pathways

The Architectural/Civil Pre-Engineering pathway prepares scholars for a variety of engineering and design professions including architectural or civil design. Scholars will develop problem solving and critical thinking skills by identifying the relationship between available resources and requirements of a project/problem to accomplish realistic planning. scholars create design solutions for sophisticated problem sets as they progress through the pathway.

Scholars in the Construction Pathway will prepare for the various disciplines of construction and have the opportunity to develop an understanding of the building systems and components required for a construction project. Scholars will be able to interpret construction drawings, perform basic math skills, demonstrate the construction crafts required for each phase of a construction project, safely use and maintain appropriate tools, equipment, and resources to accomplish construction project goals and eventually lead a team on a construction project. Future careers include plumber, carpenter, maintenance technician, building inspector, electrician and construction manager.

The Nutrition & Dietetics Pathway prepares scholars to focus on using the scientific method to study the various relationships between food science, nutrition, food engineering, nutrition-related diseases, food safety, and food preparation. Laboratory skills in food preparation as well as measuring, recording, and analyzing data is used to explore these relationships. Experimental methods are employed to analyze food mixtures, food microbiology, food preservations, and complex food systems. Scholars are able to analyze the interaction of nutrition, foods, and fitness for overall wellness of individuals and develop essential skills in food safety and food preparation practices needed in the food industry.

Scholars in the Health Science Pathway focus on the developing child, nutrition and disease, and the human body systems in order to prepare for medical professions. Experiential learning includes child observations while studying child development theories, food science, and laboratory dissection. Special emphasis will be placed on mental health. Upon completion of this pathway, scholars will be prepared for training or a college education in biotechnology, diagnostic services, health informatics, health support services, or therapeutic services.

School Information

501-868-5350

501-851-5356

mhs.pcssd.org

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

  • Crystal Hill Elementary
  • Oak Grove Elementary
  • Pine Forest Elementary
  • Maumelle Middle

Jason Young

Principal

Year Founded

2011

Current Student

916