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Midlothian Heritage High SchoolMidlothian Heritage High School

4000 FM 1387
Midlothian, TX 76065
Phone: 972-775-6509

Principal: Krista Tipton - Email
Secretary: Gina Morris


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Opening August 2014

MHHS Aerial

Aerial photo of construction progress from April 2014. View all photos in our online gallery.


Athletic Physicals scheduled for May 3

MISD Athletic Physicals will be available on Saturday, May 3rd from 9am-Noon at the Midlothian High School cafeteria for students to prepare for the 2014-15 school year. View parent letter [PDF] for more information or email Greg Goerig, Head Athletic Trainer, with any questions.

College Board Announces Major SAT Changes

Posted: March 6, 2014

The SAT college entrance exam is undergoing major changes and will impact current Midlothian ninth graders who plan to take the exam starting their junior year in 2016. More

The MHHS Student Design Team Develop Leadership Skills

Midlothian Heritage High School principal Krista Tipton understands the importance of students actively participating in the development of his or her own leadership skills. During their meeting on January 27, the MHHS Student Design Team composed of 15 FSMS and 15 WGMS eighth graders as well as several soon-to-be MHHS staff members, eagerly brainstormed and collaborated on ways their campus can be a great experience for students. Through this strategic process, they voted on their favorite inspiring quotes submitted by team members and ranked and considered thought-provoking ideas that students included on the Design Team application.

Team members will also serve on the following sub-committees (Panther Camp, Ribbon Cutting, Quotes, and Food) to narrow the focus on upcoming events and important decisions.

design team brainstorming ideas

House Bill 5 - Graduation Requirements

The 83rd Texas Legislature passed House Bill 5 which contains sweeping changes to the Texas Education Code and, therefore, to graduation plans in Texas public schools. Video presentation. Download FAQ [PDF]

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