Mountain Heritage High School
Learning for Life
Mountain Heritage High School strives to help all students to achieve their full potential as life-long learners and global citizens.
Yancey County Schools
Virtual Learning Days March 16 - May 15
Mountain Heritage High School Students and Parents
If you are looking for new and innovative honors and AP classes, be sure to check out North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics course offerings at Mountain Heritage.
North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics provides open enrollment distance education courses to schools across North Carolina. Courses are provided tuition-free. Delivering both online and interactive video conferencing (IVC) courses to students in grades 9-12.
With our two-way video conferencing (IVC), students collaborate in project teams and whole-class discussions with students at other schools across the state — developing the skills required by business and industry. NCSSM teachers monitor the class in real time, assessing student learning and ensuring that students engage with the course materials and with each other.
Online and Interactive Video Conferencing Classes offered at MHHS
NCSSM 2020-2021 Academic Year: Fall Semester 2020
NCSSM 2020-2021 Academic Year: Spring Semester 2021
Food Distribution Information
We can provide breakfast and lunch for all children age 18 and under.
Our distribution centers are:
Blue Ridge Elementary School (828-682-8150)
and East Yancey Middle School (828- 682-2281).
Please call if you have questions or need to be added to the list. If you have not completed the School Nutrition survey, please do so.
Learning packets, books and devices can be delivered on the buses if needed. Please call your your child's school if he/she needs more resources for educational needs.
Teachers will be calling two times a week to check on the students and their needs.
-Kathy Amos, Superintendent
For Immediate Release Yancey County Schools Response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) March 4, 2020
With ongoing concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to share information about the measures Yancey County Schools practice to guard against this, and many other communicable diseases that are so prevalent this time of year.
YCS Administration and School Nurses are working closely with the Yancey County Health Department to continually monitor information provided by the local, state, and federal levels as well as the vast amount of information available from the CDC website. YCS will continue to diligently follow local, state, and federal health guidelines regarding appropriate protocol for any health-related concerns.
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Yancey County Schools Launches “Say Something” Anonymous Reporting System
On March 5, 2020, Yancey County Schools is officially launching the “Say Something” Anonymous Reporting System (SS-ARS) for students, which most North Carolina public school districts will be adopting this year to meet the reporting guidelines and standards developed by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction and the Center for Safer Schools.
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