Category: News

WASC to review MHS for mid-cycle accreditation

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or WASC, will be coming to MHS for a mid-cycle review from April 30 to May 1, according to Assistant Principal Skyler Draeger.  WASC is an organization that...

PSAT Offered to All Grades on One Day

The PSAT, or Preliminary SAT, was offered to all grade levels to take on Saturday, October 14, at Milpitas High School, according to PSAT Coordinator Cory Nakamoto. 595 students signed up for the test through...

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New Clog Commissioner at MHS

Junior Maggie Ly was chosen to be the new ASB CLOG commissioner for the 2017-2018 school year, according to the Activities Director, Joanna Butcher. As Clog Commissioner, Maggie serves  as the liaison between the different...

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Annual fall CLOG Rush attracts students

MHS held the first Club and Organization (CLOG) Rush of the school year from Tuesday, Aug. 29 to Thursday Aug. 31. Chartered CLOGs were given space on the green to advertise themselves to recruit new...

Leo B. Murphy Sports Awards

The annual Leo B. Murphy awards recognized students athletes for their outstanding accomplishments in character, athletics, and academics in the MHS Large gym on May 25, Athletic Director Jeff Lam said.  Families, staff, and coaches...

MHS the Union: Post-Election Edition

This is the November edition of the Union Newspaper, detailing some recent news and opinions regarding the recent presidential election. Hopefully, those who read will enjoy 😉

University Studies Cancelled

The MHS University Studies program has been postponed because of delays in construction and other logistic issues, according to Principal Philip Morales. The program, which allows students to take dual enrollment classes that MHS does...

Club Members Enjoy CLOG Rush

    Clubs and organizations (CLOGs) at MHS kickstarted their year off at CLOG Rush on Aug. 30 to Sept. 1, according to CLOG Commissioner Jonathan Tran. About 35 CLOGs participated in this school-wide event,...

MHS Student Fighting Breaks Out

Several fights occurred at MHS within a single week. The fights were unrelated to each other, according to Principal Phil Morales. According Morales, the students involved in the fights have received disciplinary action. There needs...