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Milpitas Unified (MHS) is 1 of 22 districts in the State that has been recognized by the College Board for simultaneously achieving increases in access to AP courses for a broader number of students and improving the rate at which our AP students have earned scores of 3 or higher on an AP exam. Our pass rate is 76%, much higher than CA as a whole and much higher than the international pass rate. We have been placed on the 3rd Annual Honor Roll. Congratulations to MHS.

Online Driver Education Course


This Online Drivers Education Course is approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.  For more information or to register, click on the logo above or go to: 
Economic Driving School

When registering make sure you complete the question that says:
"How did you hear about us?" by entering code:  2800
Cost:  $68.50  

Milpitas High School--Back to School Night!

Tuesday, August 30, at 6:30 p.m.


Dear MHS Students, Parents/Guardians & Community:


We will begin the evening in the large gymnasium with a welcome from our new principal, Mr. Phil Morales. Following the welcome, parents/guardians will be dismissed to visit classrooms and meet teachers. We will adhere to the following schedule:



Principal’s Welcome in the Gym


Period 1


Period 2


Period 3


Period 4


Period 5


Period 6


Please note that there will be a 5-minute passing period between each period. “0” period classes will not meet.


Back to School Night is a great opportunity to meet your student’s teachers, join the PTSA, get to know the campus, and see MHS at its best. We hope you will be able to join us!



Help Robert Randall families better connect to their school community and teachers.  Details: Please come see Ms. Brown in P-19 to pick up a Community Service Time card & Verification sheet and if you have any questions. 


Students Needed:  24 (preferably Spanish, Tagalog, and Vietnamese speaking students)


Description:  Assist in data collection.  We would like students to help us type into a spreadsheet, using Chromebooks.  They will be collecting data such as parent email, cell telephone numbers, and whether or not they have home Internet.  This will help Randall staff develop better school-to-home communications regarding school events, services, etc.


When and Where:  Thursday, August 25, 2016 - Back to School Night at Robert Randall School, 1300 Edsel Drive Milpitas,Ca 95035


Time:  4:45 - 6:45 p.m. Contact and RSVP to:  Olivia R. Contreras, Assistant Principal,


Please review the following information and attached resources for facts about the Zika virus, ways to protect yourselves, and ideas for talking to your children about Zika. 

Steps to help protect against mosquito bites:

  • Long-sleeved shirts and long pants Recommended Actions 

  • Clothing and gear treated with permethrin that will provide an added layer of protection

  • Lightweight, loose fitting clothing during the warmer months. When wearing longer sleeves and pants, take additional steps to prevent heat-related illnesses(for example, drink additional water and take rest breaks)
  • Use air conditioning or window/door screens to keep mosquitoes outside. If you are not able to protect yourself from mosquitoes inside your home or hotel, sleep under a mosquito bed net.  

Students and parents--the MHS Academic Integrity Policy and Honor Code has been updated. Click here for more information or the attached link.


Common Core Standards

California is among 44 states adopting Common Core Standards (CCS). These standards will encourage students to become self-directed achievers, effective communicators, and complex thinkers who are  savvy information processors, creative, collaborative, and motivated workers who think clearly in  new situations and be comfortable sharing their ideas.


The Mission of Common Core is to provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are  expected to learn. Students will develop skills in Critical thinking, Collaboration, Communication,  and creativity: the 4Cs. The standards are designed to be robust and relevant to the real world,  reflecting the knowledge and skills that our young people need for success in college and  professional careers. With Common Core, our students will be prepared to be successful in the  global economy.

At MHS there has already been an instructional shift – Common Core is a skill set that students at  MHS have already been learning.  The focus of the Common Core curriculum is Language Arts and Math.  Students are taught skills in all subjects for gathering information from various sources and  applying their knowledge in order to solve a problem. These skills will be tested with the new  Smarter Balance assessments being administered to students throughout California in the spring of  2015.

Please click here to download this information.


Digital Citizenship

Milpitas Unified School District is now offering resources to parents on the topic of Digital Citizenship. These resources cover topics such as cyberbullying, protecting your child's reputation, online etiquette, respecting creative work, research skills, plagiarism, and more. For more information please access our Digital Citizenship page located in the Parent Resources section on the MUSD homepage. We will be constantly adding more resources and information to this part of our website as we get them.

Contact Information

1285 Escuela Pkwy
Milpitas, CA 95035


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High School FAX Numbers:

Registrar/Counseling 408.635.2848
Attendance/Discipline 408.635.2839
Athletic Director 408.635.2846
Principal's Office 408.635.2851
The Trojan Parent 




US News and World Report 2015 Rankings for the Best High Schools in the US have been released. We have been awarded a Silver Medal. Our overall ranking for the country is 867 out of 19,400. Top 4%. For the State we are 176 out of 2026 for the top 8%. Congratulations to MHS. 


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