Mayfield High School Weekly Update

April 28, 2023

Perfect 36

Congratulations to sophomore, Ryan Nemeth, on scoring a perfect 36 on his ACT.

To put this into perspective, scoring a 36 is the rarest score of all on the ACT—just 0.313% of all test takers earned a perfect ACT score.

Congratulations Ryan!!

LUNCHBOX - Community Screening

Support an award-winning director and Mayfield Alum Class of 2005, Anne Hu, on Monday, May 1st at 7:00 PM in the High School Auditorium where she will present her short drama film, LUNCHBOX, about her life. Following the screening, there will be a Q&A session with Anne.

Let's welcome her home by showing her our support!

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Prom 2023

Hey Juniors and Seniors!

The end of the year is near, and there’s no better time to celebrate than Prom!

The Junior Class officers formally invite you to attend, “The Masquerade Ball.” Tickets will be on sale from April 24th – May 12th. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AFTER MAY 12TH!!!

Tickets MUST be purchased through the school store in Infinite Campus (credit card only, cash or checks will not be accepted). To purchase tickets, please follow the process below.

***IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL FEES MUST BE PAID prior to purchasing a ticket.

Infinite Campus will block anyone from purchasing a ticket until your fees have been paid. Once your fees have been paid, the system will update within an hour and make tickets available to your account.

Step 1: Go to the school store in Infinite Campus and click on Mayfield High School, then click Prom Tickets.

Step 2: Choose the type of ticket you want, which includes your entrée. All tickets are individual tickets, there are no “couples” tickets. All Mayfield students should select one of the “Mayfield Student” tickets.

If you are bringing a guest from another school, you should select your “Mayfield Student” ticket and then select one of the “Guest – Non-Mayfield” tickets.

  • $80.00 Mayfield Student (Chicken Picatta)

  • $80.00 Mayfield Student (Prime Rib)
  • $80.00 Mayfield Student (Vegan/Gluten Free)
  • $80.00 Guest – Non-Mayfield (Chicken Picatta)
  • $80.00 Guest – Non-Mayfield (Prime Rib)
  • $80.00 Guest – Non-Mayfield (Vegan/Gluten Free)

Step 3: Enter the recipient's name (i.e., the person getting the ticket). If the recipient is a guest from another school, please indicate his/her name AND the name of the Mayfield student of which he/she is a guest. ***If you purchase a “Guest - Non-Mayfield” ticket, an administrator must complete and sign a Guest Permission Slip Form.

PLEASE, GET THESE FORMS SIGNED PRIOR TO BUYING YOUR TICKET!!! The permission slip is attached to the email you received this week. Hard copies can be found in the Student Affairs office. The form must be submitted to Mrs. Wetzel in the Student Affairs office ASAP, but no later than May 8TH.

If you have any questions regarding prom, please contact Mr. Torda or Mrs. Fini-Sanson:

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After Prom

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AP Exams Begin May 1st

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Final Semester Exam Schedule (Students in Grades 9-11)

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Summer School

This summer, we will have several options for students to recover credit(s) not earned during the school year. Please refer to your counselor with any questions.

Online Credit Recovery Options:

Students who are credit deficient at the end of the 2022-2023 school year have the following options to choose from to stay on track for graduation:

  • Option 1: Current juniors and seniors may sign for up to two (2) full academic credits during the summer months for a fee (see “Summer School Costs Per Credit” below):

    • Students have from June 20- August 1, 2023, to complete the online courses through Jefferson County

    • Tutors will be available at CEVEC from June 20-July 6 from 8 am to Noon @ CEVEC for personalized assistance to students

      • CEVEC is located at 1111 SOM Center Road (behind the board office)

  • Tutors will be available Monday-Thursday only from 8am-Noon

    • No tutoring available on Fridays: June 23, June 30, July 7

  • CEVEC will also be closed on Monday, June 19, and Tuesday, July 4

  • Option 2: Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors who are less than three credits deficient toward graduation may sign up for up to three (3) academic credits in lieu of study hall during the 2023-2024 school year (No student fee will be assessed for Option 2 during the 2023-2024 school year)

    • Students have the opportunity to work toward one-half (.5) through three (3) credit hours in the Credit Recovery Classroom

  • Option 3: For any student who is more than three (3) full credits deficient, please contact your School Counselor to see if the Online Options/ Earn & Learn opportunity which combines online learning and work-study is available

  • Option 4: For any student who needs to recover a credit but options 1-3 above do not fit into the family’s schedule, there are multiple online accredited programs available (i.e. Credit Recovery Courses | BYU Independent Study). Please inquire about this option through the student’s school counselor.

Advanced Credit Only*:

For students who are interested in taking a course for new credit, there are two courses to choose from (see “Summer School Costs Per Credit” below):

  • Communications (.5 credit)*

    • Please refer to the 2023-2024 course catalog to review the new communications waiver policy before enrolling in the summer program

  • Health (.5 credit)*

Summer School Costs Per Credit (may purchase up to 2 full credits):

  • 1 credit: $250

  • 0.5 credit: $125

    • Payment may be made through Infinite Campus on the School Store under the title of “Summer School”

      • Students will be registered and may begin working the online program 48 hours after payment is received

Your School Counselor is standing by to assist you with this decision if you need anything- reach out!

Notes of Interest:

  • Credit Recovery: any course offered through Jefferson County online which needs to be made up due to class failure

  • Advanced credit for Communications or Health only

  • 100% online through Jefferson County

  • Students who do not finish the course by August 1 will be contacted by Deanna Elsing and a personalized plan will follow based on student/family needs

  • Students who would like to request a summer ELA 2 or Algebra 1 state testing opportunity may do so. The testing dates are June 27 and/or June 28 at CEVEC. Online practice material will be provided for those interested. Please email if you would like more information on this summer testing session.

Earn and Learn (New to Mayfield High School for the 2023-2024 schoo year)

What: Interested in an opportunity to EARN while you LEARN?! New to the 2023-2024 school year, is a three-credit elective that would allow juniors and seniors to take academic courses in the AM and to participate in a work-study program. There are three pathways students can choose from within the Learn and Earn program through Swagelok, the Home Builders Association and a work-study program. Find out more on May 18 @ 7pm in the library-Media Center of the high school!

Who: Any student/family interested in learning more about the new course elective for juniors and seniors titled Learn & Earn offered through Mayfield High School in partnership with Swagelok and the Home Builders Association.

When: May 18 @ 7pm

Where: Mayfield High School Library-Media Center

Why: Opportunity to see if this new opportunity fits into the goals of the student

2nd Annual Rainbow Run

Mayfield High School's Student Council will be holding their 2nd annual Rainbow Run Saturday, June 10th at Highland Heights Community Park. All proceeds will go directly to Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital.

Please support this initiative by either participating in the event or by becoming a sponsor.

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TEDx Mayfield High School

Join us on Friday, May 19th at 7pm in the HS auditorium for Mayfield High School's 2nd annual TEDx event. The event is open to both students and the community. It will be free, but tickets will still need to be obtained through the link on the flyer.
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Camp Invention

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UH Future Nurse Academy

This is an exciting two-week paid summer program designed to give high school students entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade a first-hand learning experience about the profession of nursing.

The UH Future Nurse Academy will build on the student's existing talents, skills, and gifts preparing them for healthcare careers beyond high school. Students are nurtured with the thoughtful support of UH clinicians and partners.

The program includes visits to area college/university schools of nursing, while focusing on well-being techniques, shadowing clinical rotations and hands-on experience to learn different nursing skills. Our ultimate goal is that students follow their dream of becoming healthcare professionals and stay in the Northeast Ohio area where they grew up.

To learn more, please click on this link

Alumni Hall of Fame Nomination Form

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John Steadman Award

John Steadman taught and coached basketball at Mayfield High School from 1970 to 1995. He was the head coach from 1970 to 1988. Mr. Steadman was a tremendous motivator, inspiring his students and athletes to be the best they could be. The Steadman Award was established to give Mayfield athletes the opportunity to be voted into the Mayfield Athletic Hall of Fame for honors worthy of “Hall of Fame” status but did not meet the established criteria. The Steadman Award winner will be inducted into the Mayfield Athletic Wall of Fame and be recognized at the Mayfield Alumni Hall of Fame dinner that is part of Homecoming week.

If you would like to nominate someone for the 2024 Steadman Award, please be sure to fill out this nomination form

Daily Schedule

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2022-2023 School Calendar

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Infinite Campus Information

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Please be sure to report all absences to our attendance office by 8:30 AM each day by contacting Mrs. Spiccia (grades 9-12) 440-995-6915, Denise Kluk (Excel TECC) 440-995-6765, or through the Infinite Campus app.

Counseling Department 2022-2023

Pam Bobinski - 9th Grade


Rachel McBride
- 10th Grade

Hannah Grazia - 11th Grade


Mia Bourdakos - 12th Grade


Joe Hayes - Excel TECC

Deanna Paglio - Social Worker

Chromebook Repair Process

Step by Step

Step 1: Student fills out the Student Repair Form. The student will fill out this form indicating what repair is needed, their address, email address, school, grade level, and serial number of their device. The form can be found at the top of our website under Students->Chromebook Repair Form

Step 2: Within 24-48 hours, student will receive a shipping label and box from AGI Repair. All devices will be shipped (free 1-day shipping via FedEx)

Step 3: Student will place their damaged chromebook in the provided box and apply label to the box.

Step 4: Student/parent takes the provided shipping box to their local Fed Ex location or Fed Ex drop box. Please visit the local FedEx store, 6272 Mayfield Rd, Mayfield Heights, OH 44124, for shipping assistance/questions.

Step 5: AGI Repair will repair and ship the device back to the student's home. (approximately 4-7 days)

Step 6: MFCSD will cover the student's first repair. Fees will be automatically added for any additional repair (beyond the initial district covered repair) and issued for parent/guardian payment through Infinite Campus Parent Portal.

Job Opportunities

We often update the local job opportunities for our Mayfield High School students on our school website. If you are looking for summer employment, don’t forget to check the website:

Job Placement/Work Permit Information (

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Important Dates

May 1st - 12th - AP Tests

May 13th - Band Finale

May 17th - Spring Band Concert 7:00 PM (Auditorium)

May 17th - Spring Honors Assembly 7:30 AM (Auditorium)

May 20th - Prom 6:30 PM (La Vera Party Center)

May 23rd - Spring Choral Pops Concert 7:00 PM (Auditorium)

May 25th - CEVEC Graduation 7:00 PM

May 26th - 9th Grade Spring Fling (Dance) 7:00 PM

May 29th - No School (Memorial Day)

May 30th - Excellence Reception 6:00 PM (Cafeteria/Auditorium)

June 1st - Honors Day Rehearsal 8:00 AM (Wood Gym)

June 1st - Honors Day Ceremony 9:00 AM (Auditorium)

June 1st - Senior Picnic 11:00 AM (Seniors ONLY - Senior Courtyard)

June 1st - Senior Banquet 6:00 PM (Hilton Garden Inn)

June 1st - Excel TECC Orientation 6:30 PM (Auditorium)

June 2nd - Graduation Rehearsal 9:00 AM (Busses leave for Palace Theater)

June 3rd - Graduation 2:00 PM (Connor Palace Theater)

June 6th - Final Exams

June 7th - Final Exams

June 8th - Final Exams

June 9th - Students' Last Day

About Us

We are Mayfield High School, home of the Wildcats. We serve approximately 1300 students in grades 9-12 from Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, Highland Heights, and Gates Mills.