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College Board

Milpitas Unified (MHS) is 1 of 22 districts in the State that has been recognized by the College Board for simultaneously achieving increases in access to AP courses for a broader number of students and improving the rate at which our AP students have earned scores of 3 or higher on an AP exam. Our pass rate is 76%, much higher than CA as a whole and much higher than the international pass rate. We have been placed on the 3rd Annual Honor Roll. Congratulations to MHS. 

MHS Vision

Student Achievement will lead Milpitas High School to be recognized as a model of innovation in education.

New MHS Principal

At the April 22, 2014 meeting, the Board of Trustees of the Milpitas Unified School District appointed Cheryl Lawton as the next principal of Milpitas High School, beginning July 1, 2014.  Ms. Lawton is currently serving as Co-Principal of Hillsdale High School in the San Mateo Union High School District.  During her eight years as Co-Principal, she helped lead Hillsdale High’s implementation of small learning communities and has school-wide responsibilities in many areas.  Prior to becoming an administrator, Ms. Lawton taught math at Hillsdale High for two years and was also part of the early years of Evergreen Valley High School in San Jose.  In a way, she is returning home to Milpitas High where she taught for ten years in the math department and Digital Business Academy.

During a site visit to Hillsdale High School, all of her colleagues expressed a common picture of Ms. Lawton – passionate, dedicated, a commitment to excellence, and a vision for the future.  She is someone who does whatever it takes to create a great teaching and learning environment for all teachers and students.  We are excited to welcome Cheryl Lawton as our next principal of Milpitas High School.

Cary Matsuoka
Superintendent

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Common Core Standards

California is among 44 states adopting Common Core Standards (CCS). These standards will encourage students to become self-directed achievers, effective communicators, and complex thinkers who are  savvy information processors, creative, collaborative, and motivated workers who think clearly in  new situations and be comfortable sharing their ideas.

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The Mission of Common Core is to provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are  expected to learn. Students will develop skills in Critical thinking, Collaboration, Communication,  and creativity: the 4Cs. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world,  reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and  professional careers. With Common Core, our students will be prepared to be successful in the  global economy.

At MHS there has already been an instructional shift – Common Core is a skill set that students at  MHS have already been learning.  The focus of the Common Core curriculum is Language Arts and Math.  Students are taught skills in all subjects for gathering information from various sources and  applying their knowledge in order to solve a problem. These skills will be tested with the new  Smarter Balance assessments being administered to students throughout California in the spring of  2015.

Please click here to download this information.

 

Trojan News:

New MHS Principal
At the April 22, 2014 meeting, the Board of Trustees of the Milpitas Unified School District appointed Cheryl Lawton as the next principal of Milpitas High School, beginning  July 1, 2014 .  Ms. Lawton is currently serving as Co-Principa... Continue
Posted by: Andrea Hutchison
Published: 4/24/14

5th Annual MHS Basketball Camp
5th Annual MHS Basketball Camp For Boys and Girls June 10-13 Session I - (5th-6th)  9am-12pm Session II - (7th-8th)  1pm-4pm $45 includes Instruction, Games, Contest and a free basketball and t-shirt Download the registration forms and s... Continue
Posted by: Andrea Hutchison
Published: 4/22/14

Help Milpitas Community Educational Endowment!
Milpitas Community Educational Endowment A's Game:  Saturday, May 10th @ 6:05 pm   O.co Colosseum    $22 (Regularly sold for $25)     Ticket sale deadline:  Friday, May 2nd  or until all tickets are sold Continue
Posted by: Andrea Hutchison
Published: 4/9/14

CAHSEE 10th Grade Roster with Proctor Assignments
Attached is the CAHSEE 10th Grade Roster with Proctor Assignments Continue
Posted by: Andrea Hutchison
Published: 2/26/14

CAHSEE Proctor Directory
Attached is the CAHSEE Proctor Directory Continue
Posted by: Andrea Hutchison
Published: 2/26/14

Drop-off Policy
The MHS main office will not accept items to be dropped off for students between the hours of 9:00 and 2:00. Exceptions would be items deemed to be essential such as house keys, money for lunch etc.  The MHS office has space limitations as we... Continue
Posted by: Andrea Hutchison
Published: 10/21/13

Voter registration!
Students, who are 18, their families and staff can register to vote online at  . Continue
Posted by: Andrea Hutchison
Published: 9/24/13

Digital Citizenship

Milpitas Unified School District is now offering resources to parents on the topic of Digital Citizenship. These resources cover topics such as cyberbullying, protecting your child's reputation, online etiquette, respecting creative work, research skills, plagiarism, and more. For more information please access our Digital Citizenship page located in the Parent Resources section on the MUSD homepage. We will be constantly adding more resources and information to this part of our website as we get them.

Today: 4/24/14

Milpitas High School

1285 Escuela Parkway
Milpitas, CA 95035
408-635-2800
Principal: Ken Schlaff

Attendance

9th-11th/A-G     = 635-2800 x4134
9th-11th/H-O = 635-2800 x4130
9th-11th/P-Z = 635-2800 x4129
All of 12th = 635-2800 x4138

Discipline

Casey McMurray 635-2800 x4122  
Laurie Armino 635-2800 x4121  
Hilary Brittan 635-2800 x4124  
Cheryl Rivera 635-2800 x4123  
Ken Schlaff 635-2800 x4125  

Counselors

Harke A B C D E
Cler F G H I J K Li
Nakamoto LL M N O P Q Rh
Evarkiou Ri S T U V W X Y Z

High School Fax Numbers:

Registrar/Counseling 408.635.2848
Attendance/Discipline 408.635.2839
Athletic Director 408.635.2846
Principal's Office 408.635.2851

Online Driver Education Course

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This Online Drivers Education Course is approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.  For more information or to register, click on the logo above or go to: 
Economic Driving School

When registering make sure you complete the question that says:
"How did you hear about us?" by entering code:  2800
Cost:  $68.50  

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SchoolPool--Carpool Program!

An exciting new FREE Carpool program! 

Check out the innovative new service - School Pool. School Pool helps us to reduce car trips to and from school and other activities, thus reducing traffic-related congestion and greenhouse–gas emissions.  We encourage families to register online to join a School Pool to carpool, walk, or bike bike together to and from school with other interested families.  It’s quick and easy:

  • Parents register to receive a match list of other families who travel a similar route to school.
  • The match list protects privacy by sending only your name and e-mail or phone contact numbers (you decide) to enable you to discuss forming a School Pool.
  • This helps parents find and organize School Pools for after school to their many activities like sports, rehearsals, classes, after-care programs, and camps.

Our School District and schools encourage you to take a minute to check out the exciting new School Pool program. You can request a School Pool match list of other families interested in carpooling, walking, biking or taking the bus together to school. Register at:  https://www.schoolpool.511.org?client=mhs to help reduce greenhouse gases and traffic congestion in our community.

 school. pool\verb\where families find others in their  neighborhood to carpool, walk or bike together to and from school. Synonym:Rideshare, Carpool

Questions?  Contact our School Pool organizer, Matt at [email protected]