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North Mecklenburg
High School
School Information:
11201 Old Statesville Road
Huntersville, NC 28078
Courier # 480
P: 980-343-3840 | F: 980-343-3845
Principal: Lynn Rhymer
LC: North Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
Grades: 9-12
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NMHS Plant Sale - April 18th
3/24/2015Read full story
Angels of '97 5K Run
3/17/2015Read full story
Spring Play Dates Set
2/19/2015Read full story
NMHS Auto Tech Students Win Awards
2/9/2015Read full story
NMHS State Report Card
2/9/2015Read full story
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Current Calendar Events
Apr 3Teacher Work Day
Apr 6 - 10Spring Break!!
Apr 15International Festival
Apr 18NMHS Plant Sale
Apr 29 - May 1Graduation Project Presentations
Apr 30The Outsiders Play Performance
May 1The Outsiders Play Performance
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Angels of ’97 Spaghetti Dinner and 5K – Saturday, March 21


Dear CMS Families,

We’re inviting you to indicate your preference on the 2016-2017 school calendar. The calendar poll begins March 10 and will end on March 17 at 11:59 p.m. The Calendar Committee has developed two options for the 2016-2017; we’re asking you to indicate which option you prefer. We’re also asking CMS employees to indicate a preference.

Superintendent Ann Clark will review the feedback we receive, then make a recommendation to the Board of Education. The Board will make a final decision in May. Click here to view calendar options. Click here for the calendar poll.

 Thank you.

NMHS DECA program needs your assistance to get to nationals. You can help out by visiting to donate now.

NMHS IB student Winston H. is selected by his peers to participate in the NC Page Program affiliated with the NC General Assembly. He is pictured here with Representative John Bradford III and Lt. Governor Daniel Forest.

Mr. Connally has been named the NMHS 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year. Congratulations!!


NC DECA and NC DPI have made the decision to move the NC DECA CDC forward by 24 hours/one day due to the weather forecast by the National Weather Service.  It will now be a Friday, Saturday, Sunday conference with minor schedule changes made as needed.

The Sheraton Hotel is assisting us with this process by moving your housing reservations forward by one day.  If you were supposed to check in on Thursday the 26th your check in date is now Friday the 27th.  There is no need to contact the hotel unless you are making additional changes or cancellations.

North Mecklenburg High School International Baccalaureate from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools  has been named a School of Distinction by the Magnet Schools of America

Congratulations to the eight members of the North Meck Debate and Speech team who qualified to attend the NCFL National Championships in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. over Memorial Day weekend in May and the three students who are listed as alternates. North Meck had the second largest number of qualifiers in the League. League rankings for the CFL of Charlotte, which covers all of western North Carolina, were made official last night by CFL moderator John Walker of Albertus Magnus who also complimented the six qualifiers who achieved perfect scores in the rankings, TWO of which were from North Meck. Please check out the link for the rankings and congratulate the students on tremendous achievements as they prepare for the Nationals.



Congratulations to the NMHS Automotive Team Winners!!

Out of 56 students from 25 schools across four states, NMHS seniors Andrew D. and Malik V. placed 3rd for the Automotive Team and placed in the top ten students in the competition.

Andrew D. placed 5th individually and Malik V. placed 7th individually.

Each has won scholarships from UTI and over $100 in items.


Congratulations to NMHS student Austin B. for being awarded the National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologist Award of Excellence

He will also be representing NMHS at the George Mason University, National Youth Leadership Forum on NATIONAL SECURITY in Washington, DC

Colin S. wins Gold Key Award at Scholastic Art and Writing Regional Competition and will compete at the National level representing NMHS.

Kelly W. wins Silver Key Award at Scholastic Art and Writing Regional Competition.

Emma B. wins Honorable Mention at Scholastic Art and Writing Regional Competition.

Okan P. wins Honorable Mention at Scholastic Art and Writing Regional Competition.

Celeste S. wins Honorable Mention at Scholastic Art and Writing Regional Competition.

Congratulations to Diamond B. awarded Mentee of the Year at the Annual Mayor's Mentee Awards before a prestigious crowd including Mayor Clodfelter, Governor McCrory, news celebrity Rosario Dawson, and city council members.

Diamond has worked diligently to better herself and her community. Her grades and participation in school continue to exceed. This past summer she worked on the Woodstone Summer Reading Program, and was featured on WCCB TV's segment Larry's look with Larry Sprinkle! She also won the local Drug Free Poster Contest for 9-12th grade and competed at the North Carolina State Southeastern Affordable Housing Management Association (SAHMA) for a trip to the Nationals.

Diamond's future goal is to be an interpreter in Spanish and for the hearing impaired. During the bio read at the awards ceremony, Diamond's career choice was announced. The former V.A. Hospital Sign Language Instructor & Interpreter, EdDee Foy who was in attendance, was quite impressed with Diamond's achievements. She has volunteered her time this summer to teach and certify her in American Sign Language.


Read or watch the story posted by the Charlotte Observer

North Meck wants to be a model for CMS in career education



Do you need a little extra help to improve your math skills?

Click here for some resources to assist you.

 CIAA College Fair Field Trip

North Meck seniors who are interested in attending the field trip to the CIAA Education Day on February 25th may request a permission slip at the front desk in Guidance. Seniors must have a 2.0 GPA and be in good disciplinary standing to participate. The final deadline to submit permission slips is Friday, January 30th. The CIAA Education Day serves as an opportunity for seniors to meet with college recruiters and scholarship organizations.



North Meck High School administrators and teachers greet parents and students interested in magnet choices for their students.


Students can pick up their PSAT scores in the cafeteria during all lunch periods Friday, 1-9-2015.


Congratulations to the NMHS DECA  who made the list for the national DECA MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN 2014 THRIVE LEVEL! J


January Exam Schedule



 A proctor is an adult that is in the testing room WITH the Test Administrator (teacher).  The proctor’s main responsibility is to monitor the students and report anything unusual to the Test Administrator in the room.  Proctors are a very important aspect of a POSITIVE testing environment for our students.  Their final exam is 25% of their final grade; it is crucial that our students have the best environment possible.  Please contact me ASAP  if you are interested in helping us.  Tuesday, January 13th is our biggest area of need.


The NMHS yearbook is available for purchase. Click here to purchase online.

Mid-Year Graduation Schedules
End of Year Graduation Schedules


College Application Week


IB Information Session/Tour Dates 2014-15

Thursday, Nov 13 10-11 a.m. Info Session/Tour
Wednesday, Dec 3 5-6 p.m. Info Session/Tour
Friday, Dec 12 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Info Session (note early time!)
Thursday, Jan 8 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. Info Session (note early time!)
Monday, Jan 12 4-5 p.m. Info Session/Tour
Thursday, Jan 29 10-11 a.m. Info Session/Tour
Visitors check in at Main Office and meet in Student Services

Newell Rubbermaid

Newell Rubbermaid volunteers descended on NMHS on Oct. 28, 2014, Global Service Day, to help beautify the campus. Click here to see the story and thank you to Rubbermaid for such a great experience.


Eliminate the Digital Divide

Eliminate the Digital Divide in Partnership with the Ada Jenkins Foundation would like to partner with you in the following ways: 

1. Allow you to purchase a refurbished laptop complete with Microsoft Office software at an extremely discounted rate.
2.If you live within the Mi-Connection service area, we can provide you with discounted internet access through MI-Connection for one full year.
3. We also will make evening Computer Help Sessions available to you at the Ada Jenkins Center where you can learn how to fully utilize your computer.



Enrichment Choices (2014-2015)


Link reward cards to help NMHS


Board of Education Superintendent Calendars/Schedules School Safety