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Mount Pleasant High School (North Carolina)

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Mount Pleasant High School (North Carolina)

Mount Pleasant High School
700 Walker Road
Mount Pleasant, North Carolina
28124 USA
School type public school
School district Cabarrus County Schools
Principal Edith Sayewich
Enrollment 980
Color(s) Blue and Gold
Athletics conference 2A Rocky River
Nickname Tigers
Rival Central Cabarrus High School

Mount Pleasant High School is a comprehensive public high school in Mount Pleasant, North Carolina, United States, in the Cabarrus County Schools system. The school's current campus opened in 1992.

MPHS is the top school in Cabarrus County in Technology with a grant for all new computers in 2010. There is at least 1 smartboard per department and most classrooms have NEC digital projectors in 2 of the science department, all of the CTE Class (Except Masonry & Auto Mechanics), 2 of the math classes, 3 in the Social Studies department. MPHS has approximately 2 computer labs with about 30 DELL Optiplex Workstations. There are 6 CTE classes with about 25 workstations including Digital Communications, Computer Applications 1 & 2, E-commence 1 & 2, Digital Media 1, Drafting 1, & Drafting 2. Our library is also equipped with 25 workstations for student use and 3 newer workstations for card catalog searching. MPHS also feature 6 C.O.W.S. (Computer on Wheels) which consists of a Dell workstation (some with StarBoards, or Mimios), a Digital Projector, and a cart.

MPHS also has 2 dedicated backup power generators which power computers and lights in the event of a power outage in both the main building and the Vocational building.


Mount Pleasant's athletic teams are known as the Tigers. The Tigers are placed in the 2A classification of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) and compete in the Rocky River Conference. The school values interscholastic football, basketball, baseball, golf, cross country, track and field, tennis, swimming, volleyball, softball, wrestling, and soccer. The football team won its lone state championship in 1964. The tennis team won its lone state championship in 1991. The Wrestling team won its lone state championship in 2007.

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