Mission High School

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News and Announcements

MHS DECA Competes at San Antonio

27 students represented Mission High School DECA's business student knowledge and potential at the San Antonio DECA State Career Development Conference.
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National Athletic Training Month

The month of March is designated as National Athletic Training Month, where Athletic Trainers all around the country are recognized for their expertise and dedication to their profession.
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UIL Academics


Congratulations to our UIL Academics teams who competed at the Sharyland Pioneer tournament this Saturday. In LD Debate, William Abrams took 4th place and Alma Zamora took 5th place. Michelle Flores took 2nd place in Copy Edit journalism. In Calculator Applications, David Medina took 1st place – 9th grade division, Alejandro Hernandez took 5th place – 10th grade division, Alyssa Garza took 3rd place – 11th grade division, and Edgar Garza took 3rd place – 12th grade division. Alma Zamora took 4th place and Abram Williams took 5th place in Current Issues and Events. Edgar Garza also took 5th place in Number Sense – 12th grade division. Congratulations to the students and their coaches.
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Online Registration begins February 27th 2017

Parents will be able to complete their student registrations for the 2017-2018 school year through www.mcisd.net, or go mobile using the Student360 (Parent Portal) App. The Tyler Student360 App is available, for free, through the Apple App Store or Google Store. Complete online registration by midnight on March 5, 2017 for a chance to win a Chromebook computer (1 per school)
Also, the first 1,500 students with completed online registration will receive a free t-shirt.
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MHS Law Enforcement & Fire Science Program Student Advances to State Competition

TPSA Texas High School Public Service Competition exposes students to real world experiences in the public service sector, such as the Firefighter Search and Rescue Maze where students develop the physical and sensory skills to conduct a successful search of an area under simulated zero visibility conditions, and the Disturbance Call team competition where students improve their problem-solving, decision-making, and oral and written communication skills in the area of criminal investigation.
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