Milpitas High School

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2020 Graduation Cap Decorations

AP Testing Schedule

MHS New Student Enrollment 2020-21

Please click to enroll online and upload the required documents (Birth Cert., Current proof of residency, mortgage stmt/rental agreement and a utility bill, Photo ID, Immunization record, and transcript)

Please notify the following that online pre-enrollment has been completed:

Anna Brown (Registrar) -

Dianna Collier (Registrar Asst) -

Lea Labrador (Health Clerk) -

* An email notification will be sent out shortly after receipt and verification of documents.

Math Acceleration Program 2020-2021

HS Parent Letter - Sent out via email 2020-2021

Class of 2020 Information from Mr. Rojas


MHS EducatEverywhere “On-the-Hour” Schedule

In order to help our teachers and students better manage their time, and acknowledging that both teachers and students have other home responsibilities during this shelter-in-place and/or challenges with technology and resources, we would like to shift to this “On-the-Hour” daily schedule for any synchronous learning (when all students “meet” together with their teacher online.

Period 1 … 8:00-8:55

Period 2 … 9:00-9:55

Period 3 … 10:00-10:55

Period 4 … 11:00-11:55

Lunch ….... 12:00-1:00

Period 5 … 1:00-1:55

Period 6 … 2:00-2:55

Summer School Registration NOW OPEN!

April 17th, 2020

Dear High School Families,

Summer extended learning is here! Milpitas Unified School District is excited to announce the availability of virtual summer school classes. This is a credit recovery option for students to replace Ds or Fs only. This is not an opportunity to take courses that haven't been taken previously. Students may begin applying for summer school classes as early as today Friday, April 17th, thru Wednesday, May 13th.

Class Availability: There are twelve academic classes offered for the 2020 summer credit recovery program. Additionally, MUSD is offering two pathways for English Language Development classes this summer. All courses are listed below. All classes will be offered pending student sign-ups.

Credit Recovery Classes

  • Int. CC Math 1, 2, 3
  • English 1, 2, 3
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • World History
  • US History
  • Spanish I, II

English Language Development

  • ELD (ELD registration is through counselor recommendation)
  • SDAIE Geography

Summer Sessions: All classes will be held VIRTUALLY. Summer classes are offered as two three-week semester sessions.

Students have the option to select two semester long classes, or one year-long class.

  • The first-semester session will be held from June 15th to July 2nd.
  • The second-semester session will be held from July 6th to July 23rd.
  • Students will attend class virtually from 8:00-1:30 PM*.
  • Each three-week session will allow students to earn a full semester of credit.
  • Year-long classes (all 6 weeks) will allow students to earn a full year of credit in one class should they choose to attend both three-week sessions.

*Hours: teacher will assign Google Meets for the class as well as individual sessions within these hours.

Application Process: Student sign-ups begin Friday, April 17th. The deadline to complete the application process is Wednesday, May 13th. Click HERE to apply.

Registration: Will only occur online this year. Please reach out to your counselor if you need technology support.

On behalf of the summer school administrative team, we look forward to a successful summer.

Sincerely, Nichol Klein, Principal of MUSD Summer Extended Learning

Credit/No Credit for Spring 2020 Student Report Cards

On April 1st the California State Board of Education, Department of Education, University of CA, CA State University, and Association of CA Independent Universities and Colleges issued a joint statement assuring high school students and their families that they are dedicated to supporting learners in this unprecedented closure to in-person learning throughout the state. This statement established a path for K-12 districts to determine the most effective and equitable means for reporting middle and high school student achievement for spring 2020. In consultation with Santa Clara County Office of Education Superintendent Dr. Dewan, Santa Clara County Superintendents, MUSD secondary principals, District and teacher leaders, including our Milpitas Teachers Association, MUSD will implement Credit/No Credit for final reporting on student outcomes for Spring 2020.

The CA Dept. of Education issued guidelines in determining our decision which included the charge of ensuring learners are not harmed in any way. The MUSD credit/no credit system will allow for students to demonstrate competency on formative assessments and assignments provided by teachers through MUSD Educate Everywhere. This system mirrors the Multi-tiered Systems of Support that MUSD has implemented, and provides for additional investigation and personalization for those students who are not on track to earn credit this semester. For students who do not earn credit as determined by their teachers, they will participate in the MUSD Summer Bridge program. GPAs will remain the same as earned prior to March 16, 2020, and will be reported for that time period along with credit/no credit for Spring 2020 to universities and colleges for admission.

We want all of our learners to succeed and we recognize that our MUSD EducatEveryWhere is a work in progress and therefore, not all are able to fully access and experience learning opportunities. Universities across the country are modifying admissions and have statements similar to Harvard’s that students whose schools implement credit/no credit, “will not be disadvantaged as a result.” Similarly, Stanford issued a statement emphasizing “holistic application” processes and that students “will not be disadvantaged if [their] schools adopt a pass/fail policy.”

We have high expectations for every student, and provide multiple opportunities and pathways for success. We provide learning opportunities for all, and create nurturing environments where students are inspired and empowered. That is our MUSD Mission, and WE will do all we can for every one of our students.

Sincerely, Cheryl Jordan, Superintendent

Community College Summer School Enrollment - 2020

Students and Parents -

Please follow the steps in this email if you are interested in enrolling in a community college class for the summer. All registration and submission of forms can be done online, including signatures needed from your counselor and principal. Please use the links below to begin the process.

MHS Policies & Procedures

Concurrent Enrollment at Local Community Colleges - Summer 2020

COVID-19 Updates

MHS Policies - No exceptions will be made to these policies

  • Incoming 10th and 11th graders can take one course or up to 5 college credits
  • Incoming 12th graders can take two courses or up to 8 college credits
  • *Remember, concurrent enrollment courses are the start of your college transcript.*


MHS Outside Credit Approval Form - MANDATORY

You must fill this out before submitting your R40 form


Follow instructions for the community college you want to attend

Listed are the local Community Colleges who have an updated COVID-19 policy in place for concurrent enrollment. Keep in mind, all classes will be taken online and you can take classes at any of these schools. Click on the links to see the policies for each institution as policies vary.

MUSD extends flexible learning through the remainder of the 2019-20 school year

As our community, our county, and our country battle this coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Milpitas Unified School District will extend its EducatEverywhere flexible learning program through the remainder of the 2019-20 school term. We will maximize our efforts to enhance MUSD Educate Everywhere, our flexible learning model for all students, while also furthering the collective effort to flatten the curve and slow the spread of this virus. We know our teachers, support staff, site leaders, and the entire MUSD team are up for this challenge.

Please be clear that while our campuses are physically closed, school remains in session through distance learning. Our educators continue to develop new, creative ways to deliver lessons, assignments, projects, virtual field trips, and other in-home activities. Our Spring Break will remain for the week of April 13-17 with meal service provided for students. Along with our Coronavirus web page with the latest COVID-19 messaging, we also designed a new Parent & Student Resource web page for easier access to essential information for our families.

For our Class of 2020, Milpitas HS Principal Francis Rojas’ message addresses grades and high school transcripts, graduation ceremony and senior activities. We will have graduations for all of our MUSD seniors and adult students in some capacity as we are determined to find a way to celebrate this milestone in our learners’ pathways to their future careers. More information on our programs during the Shelter in Place can be viewed with these links:

EducatEverywhere, Social Distancing Protocol, No Cost Grab & Go Meals Schedule

We understand this can be a difficult time for everyone, so we’d like to also share some resources to nurture Social-Emotional Wellness. Please be safe, take care of yourself and your loved ones, and know WE will make it through this challenging time Together as One. WE are MUSD Family and Community.

In unity, Office of the Superintendent

This site is designed to provide parents/guardians resources & support to implement EducatEveryWhere Flexible Learning

Governor waives state testing requirement for 2019-20

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic forcing school closures throughout the state and across the country, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order today suspending the state testing requirement for 2019-20.

The executive order states: “It is hereby ordered that Education Code section 6064 (a), requiring that all pupils be administered academic assessments in mathematics, English language arts, and science, as provided for in Education Code section 60640, is waived for the 2019-20 school year for all schools in the state for which the United States Department of Education approves, based on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on students and school communities throughout California, a federal waiver of requirements to administer those academic assessments.”

This news allows us to focus on providing our students with the best learning opportunities we can within our MUSD Educate Everywhere program.

In community, Office of the Superintendent

Internet access resource for MUSD flexible learning

Attention MUSD Families and Team Members,

As we continue to roll out our MUSD Educate Everywhere flexible learning plan for students and parents, we want to supply our families with resources as they become available. Per the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department, beginning March 16, for 60 days, households with K-12 and college students who don't already have internet through the company can contact the companies at the phone numbers below directly to arrange services:

  • Charter and Spectrum: 1-844-488-8395
  • Comcast: (English) 855-846-8376; (Spanish) 855-765-6995

For additional parent / student resources, the latest information and asking COVID-19 related questions, please visit MUSD's coronavirus webpage.

In community, Office of the Superintendent

2019-2020 Parent:Student Handbook.pdf (Amanda's Copy)
2020-21 MHS Course Catalog rev. 2_24.pdf
How Do I schedule an appointment with my counselor.pdf
Master 2019-20 MHS Course Catalog 1_7.pdf

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Milpitas High School

1285 Escuela Parkway, Milpitas, CA 95035

phone : 408.635.2800 | fax : 408.635.2851

The Governing Board is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The Board shall promote programs which ensure that discriminatory practices are eliminated in all district activities. (BP 0410)

Title IX Coordinator Contact Information:

For complaints regarding Title IX for Staff, Assistant Superintendent, Human Relations , Jonathon Brunson, .

For complaints regarding Title IX for Students, Director, Student Services, Carla Crenshaw,