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    Welcome to the 2021-2022 School Year Mavericks!


    WE are Maverick Strong and WE are here for YOU!

  • Student Services Program Mission Statement

    The Student Support Services department at Hickory Ridge Middle School is focused on helping students by removing obstacles, providing support, and empowering student learning. Each of our team members has an impact on student success, and will work collaboratively with parents and students, and within our school and community, to ensure student success and assist all students in their development.  We love middle school and are excited to work with and support all of our Hickory Ridge Mavericks!


    Grade level counselors will be delivering classroom guidance lessons throughout the school year.  Lesson topics will follow the American School Counseling Association National Model and adhere to CCS Policy 3200.  Lessons will address the three ASCA domains: academic, personal/social, and career development.  If you have any questions about these lessons or would like to opt your student out of participation please contact Dr. Taylor, HiRMS principal.

  • Welcome Mavericks!  


    Back to In-Person Learning Resources

    While we are all very excited about coming back to school, we also understand that returning school may cause some anxiety for a few students.  We are here to support your children during this transition.  Please review the link below for more information or contact your grade level counselor if you need assistance.



    Attention Parents! 

     Please visit the CCS Student Services website for more information on "after-hours" programs for parents focused on promoting emotional health and well-being as well as helpful resources to address student mental health services: 




    The CCS School Social Work Team has compiled a list of critical county resources. This list includes  information for community programs/resources available to assist residents with food, housing, crisis assistance and more:




Last Modified on August 31, 2021