The MHS Wind Ensemble received straight 1's and a Superior Rating at the UIL Concert and Sight-Reading contest. More
Congratulations to the Midlothian High School Senior Class of 2016! If you missed the ceremony, you can watch the archived event clicking the link below...
On May 18th the first annual Strive to Drive perfect attendance initiative was celebrated for more than 1,000 Midlothian ISD high school students from Heritage High School and Midlothian High School.
These students earned a minimum of one perfect attendance ticket per nine weeks and one bonus ticket per semester totaling six possible tickets. At the celebration event, ten student names were randomly drawn and each student received a car key. Only one key started the car!
Congratulations to Midlothian High School junior, Vincent Brigance, whose lucky key won him a free 2014 Ford Focus Sedan courtesy of Waxahachie Autoplex and the tax, title and license covered by First Financial Bank of Midlothian.
The Waxahachie Autoplex Strive to Drive TX program educates students and their parents on the importance of being in class, as attendance has a direct impact on academic performance. Research indicates that consistent school attendance is linked to positive behavior, increased participation in extracurricular activities, higher grades and educational outcomes.
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On Friday, May 13 & Saturday, May 14 7:30 p.m. at the MHS Auditorium. This will be the Pantherettes final performance of the year. Come out and support these talented young ladies along with special guest appearances. (view attached flyer) Tickets can be purchased online (Click Here)
or at the door. $10 - Adults $8 - Students
The MISD Athletics Hall of Honor Board of Directors is now accepting nominations thru May 1, 2016. Eligibility requirements include MISD athlete graduates, individuals supporting athletic programs through coaching or community support, or a team with exemplary accomplishments. The third annual induction ceremony is slated for October 22, 2016.
Junior/ Senior Prom will be Saturday May 7 from 8 pm- 12am at Southfork Ranch. Prom tickets will be on sale March 28-April 29. Tickets are $50 each. Juniors or seniors may purchase tickets in Mrs. Walker's room #712 before school 8:25-8:55, during lunch and after school. Tickets will be sold during the week of April 25-29 but tickets will be $65 each. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Almand or Mrs. Walker.
Midlothian ISD has an agreement with Navarro College that allows selected high school students to earn an Associate’s Degree via dual credit through Navarro College. Midlothian Collegiate Scholars Academy (MCSA) allows selected incoming 9th graders to begin earning roughly 60 Dual Credit Hours during their four years of high school and graduate with an Associate’s Degree. MCSA students continue to be a part of their high school campus. They will have the same opportunities for extracurricular activities and experiences as their classmates. More
Dr. Lane Ledbetter, Superintendent of Schools, will host ten Coffee Talk sessions throughout the school year. This forum is for staff, parents and community members to visit with Dr. Ledbetter as he highlights successes and shares current and future plans of the district. There will also be time for attendees to ask questions and provide input. More
National Autism month is April. Support MHS students with autism and Partners in PE by purchasing a shirt. Download form
UIL Website: www.utexas.edu/uil/
One lucky Midlothian ISD high school student will have the opportunity to win a FREE 2014 Ford Focus Sedan this school year courtesy of Waxahachie Autoplex. Students in grades 9-12 from Midlothian High School and Midlothian Heritage High School can earn a total of six chances to enter a drawing just for having perfect attendance. In May 2016, ten student finalists will be drawn to receive a key. Only one key will start the car. More
Midlothian ISD offers Career and Technical Education programs in agriculture, food and natural resources, architecture, A/V technology and communications, business management and administration, education and training, family consumer science, finance, graphic design, health science, human services, information technology, marketing, science, technology, engineering and math. Admission to these programs is based on interest in subject, required prerequisites and course availability.
It is the policy of Midlothian ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, handicap, or age in its career technical programs and employment practices as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972: the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.
Midlothian ISD will take steps to assure the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all career technical educational programs.
For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Steve Keasler and/or the Section 504 Coordinator, Lisa Knight, Midlothian Independent School District; 109 Walter Stephenson Rd. | Midlothian, TX 76065 | PH: (972) 775-8296.