• Fall 2017 Sports Registration is now open until July 12
    Please visit for more information and important dates.
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  • High School PE Uniform Ordering information for rising 9th graders.
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    June 19 – August 10

    Monday & Tuesday’s

    7:30am to 5:30pm

    Wednesday & Thursday’s

    7:30am to 11:30am

    Closed on Friday’s

    Closed July 3rd & 4th

    Normal Office Hours (8:00am to 4:00pm) June 12 – 16 and August 14 – 18

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  • According to Carolina School Hub, Marvin Ridge Middle School is ranked #5 out of 133 middle schools in the Charlotte metro region and #11 out of 700 middle schools in the state. There are just two traditional/non-charter/non-magnet schools in the Charlotte metro area which rank above us, and only three traditional/non-charter/non-magnet schools in the state which rank above us. WOW! Everyone on this team is to be commended for that stellar news. Here’s a link with the full rankings:

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    Please note that an important letter from our principal, Dr. Jay Jones, was sent home with your child on Tuesday, April 18. We respectfully request that you review this letter (Click here to access) with your child. Please feel free to contact our principal, Dr. Jay Jones, with any questions and/or concerns. Thanks!
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    Students in 6th grade AIG language arts completed a cross curricular medieval unit. Students began the unit with a webquest on the medieval time period using reliable sources. Each student chose a specific job title and took on the persona of a medieval character from that time period.

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