Mission Collegiate High School

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News and Announcements

MCISD Board Recognizes MCHS' Sixteen AP Scholars

On October 11th, Mission Collegiate's AP (Advanced Placement) Scholars were recognized by MCISD's Board of Trustees. Pictured from left to right: Harry Siegel, Victoria Rodriguez, Dariany Ceja, Jahaira Gallardo, Maria Gamez, Angela Guerrero, Ralph Martinez, Yaired Osornio and principal Mr. Orlando Farias.
Not Pictured: Chelsie Barrientos (AP Scholar with Honors), Sylvia Cardenas, Wendy De la Cruz and Debbie Rodriguez.
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MCHS Robotics Team Competes at SeaPerch

Our Robotics team competed at SeaPerch on October 6th in Harlingen, TX. SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program that equips teachers and students with the resources they need to build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) in an in-school or out-of-school setting (seaperch.org).
Sponsor: Mr. Ben Guzman. Team: Esteban Lopez, Fatima Gutierrez, Mario Marin, Francisco Garcia and Luis Cuevas.
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Sixteen MCHS Students are Advanced Placement Scholars

MCHS had sixteen students earn the coveted title of AP (Advanced Placement) Scholar. Senior, Chelsie Barrientos, was awarded the title with honors as she passed AP exams in the following areas: Human Geography, English Language Composition, Seminar, Spanish Language and Spanish Literature.
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MCHS Faculty: Book Study

Our faculty has been very engaged in the book study of Dr. Dweck's book MINDSET: The New Psychology of Success. Teachers are making connections from the book to their classrooms and beyond. AP Social Studies teacher Mrs. Nogueras shared, "...it's all about perspective and the research proves that in fact, attitude can potentially play a more significant role than aptitude."
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Hurricane Relief Donations

On Friday, September 8th, MCHS Students and Staff loaded all the water donations collected for Hurricane Harvey Relief. Student Council, National Honor Society, Alton Junior Officers alongside MCHS administration and staff, worked together to load up the water donations that will be taken to hurricane victims. MCHS would like to thank everyone who donated to this very successful relief effort.
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MCHS Student Council Takes Action!

MCHS Student Council takes action in Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. They will be accepting bottled water donations through September 8th. "It could have been us...it is our duty to help them out any way we can," STUCO (Student Council Organization) President Jackie Adame said.
(Photo Credit: Time.com)
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