Mardela Middle and High School

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Mardela Middle and High School
Mardela Springs HS.jpg
Address
24940 Delmar Road
Mardela Springs, Maryland
Mardela Springs, Maryland 21837
United States
Coordinates 38°27′55″N 75°44′50″W / 38.4652°N 75.7471°W / 38.4652; -75.7471Coordinates: 38°27′55″N 75°44′50″W / 38.4652°N 75.7471°W / 38.4652; -75.7471
Information
Type Public high school
Opened 1937
School board Wicomico County Board of Education
School district Wicomico Public Schools
Superintendent Dr. John Fredericksen
Dean Sharon Cooper
Principal Amy Eskridge
Grades 6-12
Number of students 706 (2006)
 • Grade 6 94 (2006)
 • Grade 7 94 (2006)
 • Grade 8 104 (2006)
 • Grade 9 113 (2006)
 • Grade 10 101 (2006)
 • Grade 11 106 (2006)
 • Grade 12 95 (2006)
Campus suburban
School colour(s) Green and Gold
Athletics Maryland 1A
Athletics conference Bayside
Team name Warriors
Yearbook The Warrior
Website

Mardela Middle and High School (MMHS) is a seven-year public middle school / high school in Mardela Springs, Wicomico County, Maryland, United States. It is one of four public high schools in Wicomico County, along with James M. Bennett High School, Wicomico High School and Parkside High School.

Overview[edit]

The school is located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland in the town of Mardela Springs in Wicomico County. The school is on Maryland Route 54, east of Maryland Route 313 and just north of U.S. 50. Mardela Springs is between the Eastern Shore towns of Vienna and Hebron.

The current school building was constructed between the years of 1978 and 1980, on the same site as the previous school which was built in 1937. The current building has 118,993 square feet (11,054.8 m2) of space and is located on 50.56 acres (20.46 ha) of land.[1]

Students[edit]

Mardela's high graduation rate has been fairly steady over the past 12 years. In 2007, the school graduated 90.48%, up from 77.88% in 2002.[2]

The school population has been steadily increasing. In 2007 the school was near its 12-year high enrollment with 704 students, two less than were enrolled in 2006. The school has nearly 70% more students than in 1993.

Student population[3]
1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
467 478 503 503 500 496 523 567 604 626 654 697 701 706 704 691 696 649

Sports[edit]

State Champions[edit]

  • 1982 - Girls' Field Hockey[4]
  • 1980 - Softball[5]
  • 1978 - Girls' Field Hockey

State Finalist[edit]

  • 1981 - Softball
  • 1979 - Girls' Field Hockey
  • 1978 - Girls' Basketball[6]
  • 1978 - Softball

State Semi-Finalist[edit]

  • 2013 - Boys' Soccer
  • 2007-2011 - Girls' Soccer[7]
  • 2002 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1997 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1994 - Softball
  • 1991 - Softball
  • 1990 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1989 - Softball
  • 1988 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1987 - Softball
  • 1977 - Girls' Basketball
  • 1976 - Softball
  • 1973 - Boys' Soccer[8]
  • 1955 - Boys' Basketball[9]
  • 1950 - Boys' Basketball

Fallen Hero[edit]

  • Marine Staff Sgt. Walter F. Cohee III, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 361 (HMH-361), the "Flying Tigers" of Marine Aircraft Group 16, Combined Task Force 58, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air Station, Miramar, California. Died in Afghanistan on January 19, 2002.

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See also[edit]

References and notes[edit]

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