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We have four new Bears of the Week! Congratulations to Bhakti Patel, Mawolin Summers, Johnny Barton and Cameron DeBortoli!  You never know when those good deeds will be rewarded. 

Keep it up, Bears!!  


On Friday, January 20th there was so much snow that we canceled school for the day. As a result, we will need to use our “snow day” on Monday, April 17th as a regular school day instead. The state requires schools to be open for a minimum of 180 days so that is how we will meet our minimum.  


Important for Seniors

Seniors: Please read this very important information regarding the 2017 graduating class at Mount Shasta High School. If you haven’t done so already, it is time to order your custom graduation announcements, class ring, and most importantly your cap, gown & tassel for your graduation ceremony. All graduates must have the required matching cap, gown and tassel to participate in the graduation exercises. Time is running out. It is important that you use the website listed below to place your order and that it is done at your earliest convenience. If you have already placed your order then you are all set. If you have any questions regarding the order process, please direct them to our Jostens representative via the information below.

          To place all graduation orders:

          To contact via email:

          To contact via phone: (707) 569-7364


MSHS Students Go On to State Skills USA Competition

MSHS Students move on to State Competition in April

Congratulations to the Fall 2016 Bears of the Week

Congratulations to:


Aleena Nova, Derek Nova, Julia Lujan, Parker Page,   Cody Olson, Joseph Summers,

Shay Svendson, Alex Urbano, Adam Hanna, Kaden Biagi, Quincie Cross, Mikaela Cartwright-Ward, Miranda Connelly, Jacob Moore, Devin Muller, Evan Gatewood, Ian Allen, Josh Rosal, Mitchell Savarese, Dominique Lopez, Marre DeLeon, Orion Alley, Skylee Wall and Payton Hough.


These students showed what it means to be a Bear and did the right thing when no one was watching. A big thank you to Say Cheese Pizza for donating prizes to recognize these awesome students. Keep working hard Bears!

Winter Weather School Closure and Late Start Information

As we head into the winter months we'd like to remind you about our processes for school closures or late school starts.  We do our best to contact parents when we know a school start is delayed due to weather as well as when we must close school early due to weather or power outages. 


Our first choice is to use our updated Parent Connect autodialer.  It allows us to make automated calls and automated emails to your primary phone listed in the school database and the email that is on record.  We also post information on the high school web page, send a message via our Mt. Shasta High School Emergency Notification Facebook page, and notify local radio stations.  Sometimes we are limited due to our own technology and power issues so we get information out as many ways as possible. 


If for some reason we need to close school once school has already begun, we will make every attempt to let the public know in advance.  School closures are coordinated through the district office and transportation staff; if it starts to look dangerous for bus transportation or if electricity is off for an extended period of time we officially close school.


We all know that the roads can be icy, snowy, and often dangerous during our winter season.  Please take your time and get your children to school safely, you are important to all of us!

MSHS Facebook Emergency Notification Page

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Please check and like MSHS Facebook page.

"Mt. Shasta High School Emergency Notification Page"

This page is to inform parents and students of late starts, early releases or school closures due to weather or other emergencies.

New Twitter and Facebook Accounts

 Leadership now has its own STUDENT RUN Twitter and Facebook account.  It is used to congratulate athletes and other students on their accomplishments, provide information about games and events and to keep all students in the know about our amazing school - Follow us at @MSHS_Leadership.

MSHS Bears YouTube News Channel

Check out the MSHS Bears YouTube Weekly News Channel for the latest updates to student body news.


Mount Shasta High School Peer Tutoring Program

Mount Shasta High School now has a peer tutoring program in place for all subject areas.  If you would like your student to work with a tutor, we will match the student with a tutor who has the skills and schedule that will work for your family. Please indicate the subject areas for which you are seeking tutoring.  In order to sign up, contact me by email or phone at: Randi Greenspan  School phone:  (530) 926-2614.


This program will run for the full school year. In addition, after-school tutoring for math and other subjects will be held on Tuesday for one hour in Mrs. Greenspan's room (room 9) through October 4th.  Beginning October 10th, tutoring will move to Mondays  and the Tuesday after-school tutoring will no longer be offered.


Want to be a tutor?  Complete the application on Mrs. Greenspan's web page.  

Mt. Shasta Scores High on SAT and Advanced Placement Tests

Mount Shasta seniors continue to score higher than schools in the rest of California on both Advanced Placement tests and SAT college placement tests.  34.7% of the juniors and seniors took SAT tests last year with an average score of 1805—higher than the average California score of 1579.  Good going Bears! SAT measures student knowledge of mathematics, critical reading, and writing.  The maximum possible score is 2400. 


Over a quarter of the juniors and seniors at Mount Shasta High School took Advanced Placement tests last year.  The Average score for Mt. Shasta students was 3.2.  A score of 3 or higher can earn college credit for students.  74.7% of the students earned a score adequate for college credit, much higher than the state average in California. AP exams give high school students the chance to engage in challenging curriculum and earn college credit.  Mount Shasta high school offers multiple Advanced Placement courses in English, science, math, art, music, Spanish and psychology.


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Lunch Program

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Today: 3/23/17
12:00 AM Baseball @ ACA tournment
9:00 AM Golf to Weed Release @ 9:45
12:15 PM Release Track & Field Athletes
3:00 PM Meet @ U-Prep

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Homework Hotline!

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Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, CA.  offers students free phone tutoring. If you are struggling in Math or Science give them a call and get some help.  Click here for the website where you can get more information and the toll-free number.

Free Tutoring Help

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