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Mt. Shasta High School Drama Production
Thursday and Friday, April 27, 28
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 4,5,6
General Admission: $10
Veterans, Seniors, under 12 years old: $8
Children under 6: Free
Prom will be on April 29th at the Mount Shasta Community Building from 8pm to midnight. The theme this year is "Black and White Masquerade." Tickets can be purchased during lunch from April 3rd through Friday, April 21st . Pick up your guest passes from Debbie in the office or at the ticket table. Guest passes must be turned in no later than Friday, April 21 st . Prom
Ticket Prices are: Single $30 Single with ASB Sticker $25 Couple $45 Couple with ASB Sticker $40 FYI--We now accept credit/debit cards!
*Remember there are 240 tickets available so clear your detentions and buy your tickets early. Last year they sold out! If you get a detention AFTER you purchase your ticket you need to clear it before Prom or you will be turned away at the door. No exceptions. No refunds.
MSHS Production of Grease!
Manufacturing Business Pathway Featured on PBS
This fall, KVIE visited our Mount Shasta High School Manufacturing Business Career Pathway program. The results of this visit are in the beginning of the following episode: http://insidecaled.org/videogallery/video/episode-107-career-pathways-826-valencia-day-in-the-life-paraeducator-who-runs-my-school-2646/ Take a look at the first 10 minutes of the video and see one of the great programs offered at Mt. Shasta High School.
Inside California Education began airing on Sundays at 6:30pm on March 5th on KIXE. Mount Shasta High School's episode will be featured and should air on April 16.
Important for Seniors
Seniors: Please read this very important information regarding the 2017 graduating class at Mount Shasta High School. If you haven’t done so already, it is time to order your custom graduation announcements, class ring, and most importantly your cap, gown & tassel for your graduation ceremony. All graduates must have the required matching cap, gown and tassel to participate in the graduation exercises. Time is running out. It is important that you use the website listed below to place your order and that it is done at your earliest convenience. If you have already placed your order then you are all set. If you have any questions regarding the order process, please direct them to our Jostens representative via the information below.
To place all graduation orders: www.northcoastgrad.com
To contact via email: email@example.com
To contact via phone: (707) 569-7364
MSHS Students Go On to State Skills USA Competition
MSHS Facebook Emergency Notification Page
Please check and like MSHS Facebook page.
"Mt. Shasta High School Emergency Notification Page"
This page is to inform parents and students of late starts, early releases or school closures due to weather or other emergencies.
New Twitter and Facebook Accounts
Leadership now has its own STUDENT RUN Twitter and Facebook account. It is used to congratulate athletes and other students on their accomplishments, provide information about games and events and to keep all students in the know about our amazing school - Follow us at @MSHS_Leadership.
MSHS Bears YouTube News Channel
Check out the MSHS Bears YouTube Weekly News Channel for the latest updates to student body news.
Mt. Shasta Scores High on SAT and Advanced Placement Tests
Mount Shasta seniors continue to score higher than schools in the rest of California on both Advanced Placement tests and SAT college placement tests. 34.7% of the juniors and seniors took SAT tests last year with an average score of 1805—higher than the average California score of 1579. Good going Bears! SAT measures student knowledge of mathematics, critical reading, and writing. The maximum possible score is 2400.
Over a quarter of the juniors and seniors at Mount Shasta High School took Advanced Placement tests last year. The Average score for Mt. Shasta students was 3.2. A score of 3 or higher can earn college credit for students. 74.7% of the students earned a score adequate for college credit, much higher than the state average in California. 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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