History of HiRMSLogo and MascotThe Hickory Ridge Middle School Mavericks and Logo were proudly introduced to Cabarrus County Schools at a town meeting on May 24, 2010. This mascot was chosen by our first rising 7th and 8th grade classes through a nomination and selection process in the Spring of 2010. The school logo was designed to align our school with Hickory Ridge High School and the attendance area that we serve. The "H" represents our proximity to the town of Harrisburg and the surrounding communities. The black bull is an exact replica of the Ragin' Bull of Hickory Ridge High School. The grey bull (the maverick) represents Hickory Ridge Middle School as they begins to assert their independence and move out of the shadow of their parent. When viewed collectively, the logo represents the synergy between our two campuses and the community we serve.Original Attendance BoundariesThe Hickory Ridge Middle School boundary was created by taking the area from NC Hwy 49 (south side) from the Mecklenburg County line to Coddle Creek. Coddle Creek/Rocky River (west side) to Rocky River Rd, Rocky River Rd (excludes both sides) to Lower Rocky River Rd and from Lower Rocky River Rd (west side) to Pine Grove Ch Rd (includes both sides) to Flowes St Rd. Flowes St Rd (excludes both sides) from Pine Grove Ch Rd to Ben Black Rd, Flowes St Rd (includes both sides) from Ben Black Rd to NC Hwy 24-27, NC Hwy 24-27 (north side) from Flowes St Rd to the Mecklenburg County line.
The original boundary lines were ammended during the first year of the school's operation to include the area north of HWY 49 in the Harrisburg town limits. The redistricting occured in order to align Middle School boundaries with that of the county High Schools. So after the first year of operation, HiRMS has the same attendance boundaries of Hickory Ridge High School.School Opening StaffFirst Open HouseMarvin the MaverickAfter a community wide Internet vote, our mascot has a name. Marvin the Maverick beat out the likes of Billy, Rick, Mavy, Maximillian and Toro to become the namesake of our school's costumed mascot.