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  • Ms. Karen Berg, Principal
    322 Shirley Ave.
    Norfolk, VA. 23517

    Phone: (757) 628-3344
    Fax: (757) 628-3359

    Office Hours:    7:00 am - 3:00 pm
    Student Hours: 7:25 am - 2:05 pm

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  • Order Portraits, Sports, & Cap and Gown Pictures

    Hayne Photographers

    Photo galleries for winter sports are available at Enter "maurywinter2016" to view the galleries. Parents may purchase team pictures, individual pictures, and action shots. Take a look at some of the sample products available.

    Cap & gown pictures are available for viewing, too. Use the same passwords used for senior formal pictures. Hayne Photographers is our school photographer, but they can help you with all occasions.

    You may purchase these pictures online. Call Hayne Photographers at 757-201-7973 for more information.

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  • Girls Indoor Track
    Atlantic Conference Champs
    Region 5A South Champs
    State Runner-Up

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    The girls indoor track team, led by Maya Seay and Brooke Stith, claimed the Atlantic Conference Championship, Region 5A South Championship, and 2nd-Place in the State Championship meet. Maya Seay won an individual state championship in the 55M hurdles, while Brooke Stith emerged as the state champion in the triple jump. 

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  • Maury High School’s Mission

    The mission of Maury High School, the cornerstone of a historic and distinguished community, is to empower all students to meet the challenges of a global society as distinguished by:

    • Nurturing confident, ethically responsible leaders
    • Providing opportunities for students to participate in well-rounded curricular and extra-curricular programs
    • Encouraging cultural respect

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  • Help Maury Win the
    Trex Challenge

    Genuine Trex logo

    Trex is a company that makes composite decking materials by recycling plastic bags that are NOT accepted by TFC Recycling.  The Trex Challenge continues through mid April, and students and staff may bring in plastic bags to recycle.  We are in competition with other NPS schools--the prize is a TREX bench.  The materials listed below that are not accepted in regular recycle bins can be recycled here and collection bins are in 412, 419, 423, the library, and 214.  

    • grocery bags, bread bags, case overwrap
    • dry cleaning bags, newspaper sleeves
    • newspaper sleeves, ice bags, wood pellet bags
    • ziplock & other re-sealable bags
    • produce bags, bubble wrap, salt bags
    • cereal bags

    All materials must be clean, dry and free of food residue.

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  • National Signing Day 2017

    National Signing Day 2017

    Seven Maury athletes signed athletic scholarships for 2017-18. The Commodore field hockey team, which advanced to the state playoffs, had the highest number of athletes to receive scholarship offers. Congratulations to the following athletes:

    Grace Chavez, Field Hockey: Ball State Univ.
    Rebecca Gaddy, Field Hockey: Northeastern Univ.
    Jacob Kelly, Baseball: US Merchant Marine Acad.
    Carson Meek, Field Hockey: Ohio Wesleyan Univ.
    Margaret New, Field Hockey: Boston University
    Brooke Stith, Track: East Carolina University
    Starland White, Soccer: Brown University 

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