Mission Collegiate faculty and staff send farewell messages to our Senior Knights, Class of 2020.
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To ensure a quality and equitable education by providing a rigorous high school/college blended curriculum in a caring and nurturing environment which inspires students to achieve their full potential by graduating from high school prepared for college, careers, and life.
This Tuesday, May 26th at 6:00 p.m. we will host a "Reverse Parade" for our Knight Graduates at our MCHS Driveway/Parking Lot. Let's "Drive, wave, honk and cheer! Collegiate Knights graduate this year!" Please click on link to access flyer.
Please click on the link above to access a video that provides some information regarding the special arrangements being made to hold outdoor, in-person commencement ceremonies for the classes of 2020.
To access the Parent Disclosure Form for our 2020 Graduation, please click on the link above. It will be one form per guest; limit is six guests per graduate. DEADLINE to Complete Forms: Tuesday by 4 P.M.
Please click on the link above to access the Parent Information Cards (click on the link above for Spanish version) to learn where to find meal sites that will be providing meals through the Summer Meal Program.
MCHS administration and staff visited our Top Ten graduating seniors. Congratulations go out to: Katia Montemayor, Jennifer Amador, Victoria Molina, Alejandra Ponce, Yaneisi Arriaga, Maria Martinez, Anahi Molano, Azaneth Lopez, Irasema Mendoza and Keyla Trejo.
Kudos to Alondra Martinez, MCHS Class of 2020, who has accepted a soccer scholarship from Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Tx. Alondra has played varsity soccer for Mission Eagles for the past four years, while being a full-time MCHS Knight. Congratulations!
Mission CISD administration and staff congratulated our Valedictorian and Salutatorian earlier today with some gift baskets, balloons and a yard sign for the honorees to display! Valedictorian: Katia Lizet Montemayor Salutatorian: Jennifer Zammir Amador Gonzalez.
Our MCHS Seniors participated in a virtual Decision Day hosted by Mission CISD. Seniors used the hashtag #MCISDecisionDay on social media to celebrate their next chapter as they chose the future college they will be attending. Follow our page on Facebook for more highlights! www.facebook.com/KnightsofMCHS
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