Freshmen returning for the 2014-2015 school year have a new school to call home. There has been a lot of excitement in the air as they explore and find their “place”. More
On August 17 the ribbon was cut symbolizing the official opening of Midlothian Heritage High School for the 2014-2015 school year. A great turnout of proud community members, students, school officials and staff who witnessed a special ceremony that started with "Our Heritage" video, which led to the presentation of flags, the National Anthem and inspiring thoughts from School Board president Todd Hemphill, superintendent Dr. Jerome Stewart, MHHS student Marissa Villareal, and MHHS principal Krista Tipton. All attendees were encouraged to tour the district's 2nd high school and 10th campus. Photos I Program
As the school year begins, the Midlothian Fire Department will continue enforcing fire lane violations at all MISD campuses and facilities. Attended vehicles during school drop off and pick up times are allowed to be in fire lanes as long as they can readily be moved. Unattended vehicles parked in fire lanes will be subject to citations or towed. Time is a factor during emergencies and Midlothian ISD and the Midlothian Fire Department want to emphasize that safety is our priority.
Order your 2014-2015 MHS/MHHS yearbook now and save $5! This sale only lasts until Sept. 12, when the price will go up to $65. The award-winning Panther Scream yearbook will include both Midlothian and Midlothian Heritage High Schools, and will be 20% bigger this year, allowing for more room to tell our unique story. Don't miss out on this sale! Download Order Form
Please be patient with us as we are in the process of installing our new phone system. If you call our main Midlothian Heritage High School phone number (972-775-6509) and are unable to reach someone, please e-mail or try again to call later. We hope to have the kinks worked out soon and be better able to serve you. Thank you for your patience.
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