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.
Online Driver Education Course
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:
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The upcoming Stanford Blood Drive will be taking place at the MHS Library on April 17, the Monday after Spring Break! Sign up at http://tinyurl.com/SpringBloodDrive2017 and you can help save up to four lives! Please fill out the form by Monday, April 3rd. If you are 16 or 17 years old, please turn in a consent form (http://tinyurl.com/SBD-ConsentForm) to rooms L05 or P10.
Looking to gain community service hours? Marshall Pomeroy Elementary PTA is hosting its 5th annual Multicultural Festival and Carnival on Saturday, April 29, 2017. MHS students are needed that day to volunteer with the festival from 9am to 4pm. Specific tasks will be assigned the day of the event but include set up, working the carnival and clean up.
If interested please send an email with the following information to the festival organizer, Wendy Sun: firstname.lastname@example.org
After she receives your email, she will be communicating with you to give you more information.
Attached is a flyer about the event as well as the community service forms they would need to sign.
PSAT 8/9, PSAT10, PSAT, SAT, ACT...Do these tests make sense to you? Come join us to understand them and learn about when is the best time for students to take which test(s), and how to prepare for those tests.
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.