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Candlelight Holiday Concert
Candlelight Holiday Concert
Don’t miss our annual Candlelight Concert on Sunday, December 8th! This year we are featuring the Mount Shasta Concert Choir Chamber singers, and Vocal Jazz ensemble. We will also be presenting the Weed High School Choir. Performances are at 5:30 and 7:30 pm at the Seventh Day Adventist Church. There is no admission charge, but donations are always accepted.
MSHS Emergency Facebook Page
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"Mt. Shasta High School
Emergency Notification Page"
This page is to inform parents and students of late starts, early releases or schools closures due to weather or other emergencies.
End of Semester and January Finals
End of First Semester in January
This year the end of the fall semester is on Friday, January 24th. Final exams are Wednesday through Friday, January 22, 23, and 24. Take a look at the Final Exam Schedule for all of the details.
MSHS Recognized for California Distinguished High School Award
Mt. Shasta High School has been recognized as a California Distinguished High School for 2013. This is a great reflection of the dedication to excellence, hard work, and persistence of our students and staff! MSHS is one of 218 middle schools and high schools throughout the state that earned this special distinction. Way to go Bears!
PROUD to be a MSHS Bear!!
Mount Shasta Students Score High on SAT and AP Tests!
Mount Shasta seniors continue to score much higher than schools in the rest of California on both Advanced Placement tests and SAT college placement tests. 42% of the seniors took SAT tests last year with an average score of 1,690—better than any other school in the county and much higher than the state average of 1,503. Good going Bears! SAT measures student knowledge of mathematics, critical reading, and writing. The maximum possible score is 2400. For more information and to see how we compare with other top schools in the state check out these two websites:
Almost a quarter of the seniors at Mount Shasta High School took Advanced Placement tests last year and over 72% of the tests received scores that can earn students college credit. AP exams give high school students the chance to engage in challenging curriculum and earn college credit. Mount Shasta high school offers multiple Advanced Placement courses in English, science, math, art, music, spanish and psychology.
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