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Mulvane High School


Mulvane High School, 1900 N. Rock Road, Mulvane, KS  67110

Phone 316.777.1183    Fax 316.777.2228


MHS School Hours:

7:45 am - 3:00 pm     Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays

8:45 am - 3:00 pm     Wednesdays




Important Information

See the daily announcements link for updated dates and events; Check the counseling link for scholarships, college visit dates and other important information.



This week at MHS


The bell schedule can be found on the family handbook link in the high school section on page 53 on this website (High School drop down menu)



Wednesday, Nov 25, 2015
Time Event Details
  No School - Thanksgiving Break  


Thursday, Nov 26, 2015
Time Event Details
  No School - Thanksgiving Break  


Friday, Nov 27, 2015
Time Event Details
  No School - Thanksgiving Break  


Monday, Nov 30, 2015
Time Event Details
Bowling Tryouts   Derby Bowl


Tuesday, Dec 1, 2015
Time Event Details
Bowling Tryouts   Derby Bowl


Wednesday, Dec 2, 2015
Time Event Details
MHS - Late Start - Classes begin at 8:45 AM  
7:00pm MHS Booster Club Meeting   Mulvane High School - Commons


Thursday, Dec 3, 2015
Time Event Details
Bowling Tryouts   Derby Bowl
5:00pm Wrestling: Varsity Double Dual  Newton vs. Pratt @ Pratt High School
5:00pm Wrestling: JV Double Dual  Newton vs. Pratt @ Pratt High School
7:00pm Debate Judges Clinic   Mulvane High School - Library


Friday, Dec 4, 2015
Time Event Details
2:30pm Winter Sports Pictures  
Bowling Tryouts   Derby Bowl


Saturday, Dec 5, 2015
Time Event Details
  KMEA District Choir/Band  
09:00am Wrestling: Varsity Invitational  Haysville-Campus @ Haysville-Campus High School
09:00am Wrestling: JV Invitational  Wichita Southeast @ Wichita Southeast High School
8:00pm MHS STUCO Snowflake Soiree 8:00 - 11:00 PM   Mulvane High School - Commons



Finals are 15% of the semester grade!

Students may not take off a day within five days of finals (December 14th-18th) without a note from a professional (doctor’s note, dentist etc) all other absences will be listed as unexcused

***Students will be given the opportunity to check grades and attendance the week prior to finals. These grades are not the final grades in the course but the grade that will be used to determine finals exemption, however any tests or assignments given during finals week may cause a student’s grade to change resulting in a final.  STUDENTS MUST HAVE TEACHER APPROVAL TO BE EXCEMPT FROM FINALS

Thursday, December  17th  (DAY 1)

  • 1st Hour- 7:45am-9:10am
  • 2nd Hour-9:20am-10:35am
  • 4th Hour-10:45am-12:00pm
    • A Lunch (ONLY ONE LUNCH): 12-12:40
  • 5th hour-12:45pm-2:00
  • Advisory (3rd Hour) -2:10pm-3:00pm- Advisory teachers notify students required to attend your advisory final if necessary. Students who need to finish finals, correct assignments, extended time for tests, detention time etc. need to report to the appropriate staff members.

All Classes will go to lunch at the same time both days: These are closed lunches: students may not leave!

  • Friday, December 18th  (DAY 2)
    • 6th Hour- 7:45am-9:10am
    • 7th Hour-9:20am-10:35am
    • 8th Hour-10:45am-12:00
      • Lunch  12:00-12:40
    • MAKE-UP hour-12:45pm--3:00pm (Time to finish any unfinished/missed finals, complete any outstanding assignments, meet with teachers, finish detention time. Students with any of these obligations are required to attend) those owing detention must report to the office.


Who is exempt from taking finals?

  • Students who have not missed more than one day of school during the 1st  semester (The only exceptions to this is for school activities)
  • Have a B or higher in the class
  • AND
  • Have not spent any time in IN SCHOOL SUSPENSION/OUT OF SCHOOL for any reason
  • AND 
  • Have not earned a 4th tardy (or more) in the class
  • *FINALS MAY NOT BE TAKEN EARLY FOR ANY REASON: If there is a situation that can not be avoided a parent must make arrangements with Mrs. Wilson to arrange a time to complete the final, prior to December 11th.  The Make-Up Day will be January 4  from 9:00am-12:00pm for those situations.

Failure to attend for a final will result in an automatic zero on the final and detention for the time missed.


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 • Students should miss no more than 9 days of school each year to stay engaged, successful and on track to graduation.
 • Absences can be a sign that a student is losing interest in school, struggling with school work, dealing with a bully or facing some other potentially serious difficulty
 • By 6th grade, absenteeism is one of three signs that a student may drop out of high school.
 • By 9th grade, regular and high attendance is a better predictor of graduation rates than 8th grade test scores.
 • Missing 10 percent, or about 18 days, of the school year can drastically affect a student’s academic success.
 • Students can be chronically absent even if they only miss a day or two every few weeks. 
 • Attendance is an important life skill that will help your child graduate from college and keep a job. 
Make school attendance a priority 
 • Talk about the importance of showing up to school everyday, make that the expectation. 
 • Help your child maintain daily routines, such as finishing homework and getting a good night’s sleep. 
 • Try not to schedule dental and medical appointments during the school day. • Don’t let your child stay home unless truly sick. Complaints of headaches or stomach aches may
    be signs of anxiety


Are you a High Achieving Student?

Mulvane High School offers the following Advanced Placement and Honors Courses 

AP Biology, AP Literature and Composition, AP Spanish, AP Calculus A, AP Statistics, AP American History, Honors Algebra II and Honors Geometry.

 MHS also has a partnership with Cowley County Community College to offer the following Dual Credit College Courses: 

Composition 1, Composition 2, College Algebra, Public Speaking, and General Psychology; other courses by arrangement second semester.(All subject to the classes "making"). MHS has also developed a partnership with Butler County Community College for the early health academy program. 


Bullying Prevention and Reporting

Click on these Articles and Forms for Information

MHS Bullying Prevention Procedures

USD 263 Bullying Report Form

Types of Bullying

Bullying - Understanding the difference

CyberBully Hotline - Safe Anonymous Reporting

CyberBully Hotline - Case Study

CyberBully Hotline - Case Study 2

If you are a victim or witness to bullying, please report it to the administration.

Don't stand by and let it continue.


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