Mayfield High School Weekly Update

October 9, 2022

Testing Day - October 12th

On Wednesday, October 12, our counselors will coordinate Mayfield's annual testing day. Freshmen will take the PSAT 8/9, sophomores will take the PSAT, and juniors will take the PSAT/NMSQT.

Seniors will not report to school on October 12. Seniors may use the day to visit college campuses or work on their college applications. Juniors not electing to take the PSAT/NMSQT are to get caught up on their assignments.

These exams are an essential part of the counseling curriculum. Counselors use the results to help students focus on their aptitudes as well as their career and college interests. Additionally, the PSAT 8/9 and PSAT 10 results will provide important data that will help students best prepare for the SAT test, which is the next level of tests in the college admission process. The PSAT/NMSQT is a practice test for the SAT, an entrance exam that many colleges utilize to assess a potential student’s academic strengths and readiness for college. This test also has a scholarship component through the National Merit Scholarship Program. Juniors who score in the highest percentiles may be given the opportunity to advance in this scholarship program. The results from the test can be used to determine if students are currently on track for college-level coursework and offer an interest inventory that gives students some additional tools to use when determining a future career.

Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors should be in their assigned classrooms and ready to begin testing at 7:45 AM (We will not run a late start schedule this day). We will dismiss students at 11:30AM. Excel TECC programs will run as normal. Excel TECC juniors taking the PSAT/NMSQT are excused from theirTECC classes.

School transportation will run as normal in the morning. PM transportation will arrive by 11:45 AM and will leave by noon. The cafeteria will serve breakfast and lunch on testing day.

LEAF Resource Center

Funding Your Education: Financial Aid 101 Virtual Information Session

College and Career Research Onsite Training Session

Lake/Geauga Educational Assistance Foundation Virtual Session, OH

Unsure of where to start when it comes to college and/or career research and planning? Learn more about tools to help you determine what colleges and career paths might be best suited for you. Geared for current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. This session will be in person only at Lakeland Community College. Space is limited

College and Career Research Onsite Training Session
October 17th, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
Unsure of where to start when it comes to college and/or career research and planning? Learn about tools to help you determine what colleges and career paths might be best suited for you. This session will be in person only at Lakeland Community College. Space is limited, reservations are required.

Scholarships 101 Virtual Information Session
October 24th, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
Learn how to research scholarships at universities, national databases, and locally. Get helpful hints on the scholarship application process.

Sessions are FREE, registration is required at, or call 440-525-7095 to reserve your spot.
LEAF is a non-profit organization that delivers career and college access advisory programs that connect individuals to their best-fit careers.

Senior Picture Day

Senior Picture Day: Seniors will have their pictures taken in the auditorium during English classes on Thursday, October 13th.

If a senior does not have an English class at Mayfield, they may stop by the auditorium during a free period to have their picture taken.

All students must have their portrait taken by MK Photography in order to be included in the Yearbook. We do not accept submissions from other photographers.

This is the only day for seniors to be photographed for free at the high school- there will be no make-up day. It will be the responsibility of seniors who do not have their pictures taken at school to contact MK Photography and set-up an appointment at their studio in Mentor, and families will be responsible for paying a sitting fee for this session.

Students should dress in attire that will look professional in the yearbook.

The Pride of Mayfield - Bandanza

Please consider purchasing tickets for your chance to win incredible prizes throughout the month of November. All proceeds go towards supporting our marching band.

If you prefer to donate, please fill out the form below.

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2022-2023 Yearbook

Place your order now for the 2022-2023 MHS Yearbook!

The 2022-2023 Yearbook is currently available for purchase. The sooner you place your order, the lower the cost.

August 1-September 30- $66.00

October 1-May 26- $77.00

Class of 2023 Yearbook Ads

Class of ’23 Senior Yearbook Ads:

Yearbook ads are a great way to celebrate your Senior’s success and reflect on the person your student has become. Show your pride and support your school at the same time.

Visit "Yearbook Ads" to create your Senior recognition ad. Don’t wait; last day to order is May 1, 2023!

Wildcat Spirit Store

We are excited to unveil our new online Wildcat Spirit Store. All orders will be directly shipped to your home. 25 % off sitewide for the grand opening

Daily Schedule

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2022-2023 School Calendar

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MHS Student Parking Passes 2022-23

Students who drive to school must register their vehicle and display a parking hangtag. An all-day parking fee is $40.00. Students in CCP/Excel TECC program have a half-day parking fee of $20.00. All vehicles must be registered by September 15, 2022.

Log into the Infinite Campus Parent Portal

Select School Store

Click on Mayfield High School Shop

High School Products

Parking Pass

Once the parking pass has been paid for, you will be sent an email with a link to register your vehicle. Parking Tags can be picked up in the Office for Student Affairs Office.

Free-Reduced Applications

Any family that would like to apply for free-reduced lunch must fill out an application for the 2022-2023 school year by clicking on this link

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.


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Important Dates

October 12th - PSAT (All 9th and 10th-grade students and registered 11th-grade students)

October 12th - No School for Seniors (use this date for college apps and college visits)

October 14th - NEOEA Day (No School)

October 21st - Wildcat Focus Day (Periods 1-4)

October 27th - End of 1st Quarter

October 28th - Teacher Work Day (No School)

November 5th - SAT

November 11th - Staff PD Day (No School)

November 18th - Wildcat Focus Day (Periods 5-8)

November 22nd - Parent Teacher Conferences (3:00 PM - 9:30 PM)

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.