1100 Clark Road Ft. Meade, MD 20755 | Phone: (410) 674-7710 | Fax: (410) 674-8750
Our Mission Statement
Meade High School’s Mission is to provide an inquiry-based teaching and learning environment that cultivates open-mindedness, critical thinking and effective communication to prepare college and career ready graduates with the necessary skills to make a positive impact within the global community.
News & Announcements
Masks Required per Governor Hogan effective July 31, 2020 at 5pm
Governor Hogan placed an order that took effect at 5 p.m. on Friday, July 31, 2020. Anne Arundel County Public Schools facilities are locations "where the public is generally permitted," all AACPS employees and visitors are required to wear masks at any time in which they are in any AACPS facility.
Thank you for helping keep everyone safe!
Class of 2021 Senior Portraits
Hello Meade High Families
This is Principal Dr. Rivers calling with important information about senior portraits. In light of ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19 and out of an abundance of caution, our school system has decided to delay senior portraits for rising seniors until late September or early October in the hope that we will be able to use traditional garments such as tuxedos, drapes, or caps and gowns. If we are still unable to do so at that time, we will ask seniors to dress in semiformal attire that conveys dignity and maturity and will result in photographs your family can treasure for years to come. We will keep you updated as we put a schedule in place.
Thank you and Stay Safe
School Office Hours
Meetings at the school are by appointment only.
Phone lines are open Monday-Thursday from 8am-2pm
Summer 2020 Office of Emergency Management Newsletter
Please find attached the Summer 2020 edition of the Disaster Dispatch, the quarterly newsletter of the Anne Arundel County Office of Emergency Management.
This four-page PDF document has useful information to better prepare our County's citizens for the Atlantic Hurricane Season during the unprecedented continuing COVID-19 pandemic. It introduces Preeti Emrick, the new Director of the County Office of Emergency Management. It also offers live links to many useful websites and social media outlets to get the latest information on readiness for unexpected emergencies.
If you have any questions or would like to request a virtual emergency preparedness presentation for your group, please call the Office of Emergency Management at 410-222-0600 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you and stay safe!
Below you will find email addresses to reach secretaries to make sure you receive a scheduled visit with your Administrator or Counselor (there are no drop in meetings so please make sure when coming to the building you are scheduled for a visit). They will get back to you with your scheduled meeting time and Administrator or Counselor. Remember that if you need to get into Summer School, you would reach out to your Counselor.
Thank you and have a Great Weekend and Stay Safe
email@example.com (Principal Secretary)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Administrative Secretary)
email@example.com (Administrative Secretary
firstname.lastname@example.org (Counseling Secretary)
Again remember you will need your state issued identification, face mask and if you are sick, please email and reschedule your appointment.
New MVA Guidelines
Meade High Parents:
Here is important new information regarding the attendance form for Learner's Permits. Parents/Guardians can verify school attendance with this form. If you have access to a printer, you may print the form and take it to your students appointment. If you do not have access to a printer, you will need to pick this form up from the school. If you have any questions, please feel to contact MVA directly or your students counselor.
Thank you and have a great evening - Stay Safe
SENIOR CLASS DUES
Senior class dues are $50. You may pay your dues directly to Mr. Noone (D426) or online. If you come to Mr. Noone, please bring a check (made out to Meade High) or exact change. You may only come before school, during Pride period or after school. No passes will be given if you are late to class.
Dues go toward a variety of costs associated with senior year including graduation, senior awards night, senior picnic, senior gift, and a reunion fund. Please remember that if you don’t pay your class dues, or pay your school obligations, you will not be allowed to purchase prom tickets or participate in graduation.
Junior Class Dues: Many people still owe dues from junior year. If you have not paid your junior dues, they are now $40. You may pay your juniors dues to Mr. Noone (D426). Please bring a check (made out to Meade High) or exact change. You may only come before school, during Pride period or after school. No passes will be given if you are late to class.
Non-payment of dues will impact prom and graduation.
Online School Payment Program is here!
Now you can go online and pay for items directly with a credit card. Check out this helpful link to make paying for items simple and easy. Receipts are sent to your email for your record and automatically sent to our Financial Secretary. Should you have any questions, please call the school and ask for Ms. Reiners or Ms. Carter
Thinking of last minute gifts or what to do with the pictures you will take? With every order placed, Shutterfly will donate a percentage back to our School (link attached). Please take a moment and see what they are offering. This is a great last minute idea for any occasion.. Thank you in advance for your support!
Meade High School Security Cameras (Please review)
School Security Video Cameras
Meade High School is equipped with a video camera system. It covers selected interior and exterior public portions of the building and grounds. It is NOT monitored constantly, but it is monitored during emergency situations. During certain events, when the safety or security of students may be in question, authorized personnel from local, state or federal police or fire emergency units may be given access to view images projected on the camera system. If you have any questions about the system, you should call the Supervisor of School Security at 410-222-5083.