If you are looking for a transcript of marks, please call MVHS office at 627-4083 and leave the following information:
Name (maiden name if married), telephone number, year of graduation, date of birth, and if you need it faxed or emailed to University or College and the name of the college or university. If you wish a copy sent to you, please leave your mailing address. Transcripts will be done each week on Thursday.
Families for whom technology for learning is non-existent or challenging, you are invited to sign up for an education supplement to be delivered a Saturday paper. Call 1-844-615-7542 and provide delivery information. The deadline for the next edition is May 7 at noon.
We are excited to announce that the school will be open at designated times next week so students can retrieve their belongings.
MVHS will be open on Tuesday May 5th, Wednesday May 6th and Thursday May 7th from 9 to 11 and 1 to 3. We ask that students with last names A to H come on Tuesday, I to O come on Wednesday, and the remainder pick up their items up on Thursday.
Please open the first attachment to see what New Brunswick Education Institutions are saying about acceptance for the 2020-2021 school year. Please feel free to call your fall post secondary intsitution if you have any uncertainty.
The second attachment discusses post-secondary education and English 12. Options are explained. We recommend to all students to complete their grade 12 English requirements with your teacher now.
Mr. Jamieson is collecting important data surrounding graduation clothing and gown sizes. Please take a minute and complete the short form posted below. You must use your school email account when completing the form and it can only be submitted once, so be sure of your responses before hitting "SUBMIT". The form is due by May 6th.
On April 2, 2020 Education and Early Childhood Development Minister, Dominic Cardy released the provincial “Continuity of Learning Plan” which outlined a plan for education during this time of school closures as a result of COVID-19. The goal of the plan is to ensure no student is disadvantaged or penalized by the school closure, while at the same time encouraging any available opportunities for continued learning.
The following document provides answers to some of the most pressing questions. Please review and contact the school for more information.
Ms. O'Donnell has requested that grade 12 students send her any college or university acceptance letters and any scholarship or bursary letters that have been received to date. Students are asked to email this information to her as soon as possible.