• Welcome to Mifflin County School District
  • Welcome to Mifflin County School District
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    K’Nex Challenge 2019

    Lewistown Intermediate School had six fifth grade teams from Ms. Stephens and Mr. Himes’ classrooms compete in the annual TIU 11 K’Nex Challenge on March 25, 2019. There were a total of 19 teams from surrounding districts at the challenge. Students had to design a crane that could pick up objects and move them at least 6 inches. The design also needed to have an environmentally friendly component.

    LIS came out victorious with a first place win! We also had teams receive 3rd, 4th, and 6th places!

  • Wrestling 1

    The Tyrian - New Edition

  • Wrestling 1

    Wolf Administration Visits Mifflin
    County Academy of Science and Technology!

  • Wrestling 1

    Trey Kibe
    PIAA 160 lb AAA State Champion
    First Sophomore ever to win a state title.

  • Beauty And The Beast

    Thank you for making Beauty and
    the Beast a Success!

  • Artwork

    Administration Building Art Display

  • Technology Art

    Strodes Mills Elementary School Staff Wear Red to Support
    Homelessness Awareness Week

  • Technology Art

    MCJH Staff Wear Red to Support
    Homelessness Awareness Week

  • Welcome to the Academy

    SUMMIT Academy Pre-K did a fabulous job with donating items for Homeless Awareness Week.

  • Welcome to the Academy

    Students and Faculty at the Academy raised money and also gave donations for Homeless Awareness Week.
    Mrs. Baker and students helped organize the Academy’s participation for this good cause.

  • Trent Hidlay

    Congratulations to the MCHS Marching Band on winning the 2018 Tournament of Bands Group 3-A Class Championship! The band scored 92.090 and won the Specialty Awards for Best Music and Best Visual/Marching.

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  • Attention Visitors!

    PDFBook Drive Flyer
    for more information contact
    Valerie Baker Mifflin County Academy of Science and Technology
    vw21@mcsdk12.org

    There are numerous local scholarships available for Mifflin County High School seniors planning on pursuing a post-secondary education. Students planning to pursue a bachelor's degree, associate degree, certificate, or other training are eligible for various local awards. Please see the MCHS local scholarship guide available on the district and high school websites as well as in the MCHS Guidance Office.
    PDFMCHS Local Scholarship Guide

    The district will be holding a Makerspace Drive to collect items for each building’s Makerspace.

    Elementary Teachers– Your building secretary will give you flyers to send home with each of your students.

    Secondary Teachers – Please consider sharing the flyer with your students.

    All other staff – Please consider participating and bringing in the requested items.

    Run with the PACK Glow Run
    Saturday, May 18th, 2019 @ 8pm
    PDFPBIS Run 2019


    Congratulations go out to Emily Colpetzer and John Haubrick who will represent Mifflin County High School at the 2019 Pennsylvania Music Educators Association All-State Band Festival. The festival will be held in conjunction with the PMEA All-State Music Educators Conference April 3-6 in Pittsburgh, PA. Emily and John are two of 24 students from over 50 Central PA schools to be selected to represent their high school in the Pennsylvania All-State Band.

    The Festival Concert will be held at 10 AM on Saturday, April 6th in the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in downtown Pittsburgh. For more information please contact MCHS Band Director Art Belfiore

    Attention All Student Athletes

    How do you get an Athletic Scholarship? What does it take to be a college athlete today? When does the recruiting process start? Do smaller colleges have money for athletes?

    PDFSeminar Announcement

  • PDF2019 Registration--For Current 8th graders

    Attention Students and Parents/Guardians of Students in grades 8-11:

    The 2019-2020 MCSD Program of Studies is now available. Students and their parents/guardians are encouraged to use this document as they plan for course registration for next school year. Students will be able to choose courses in Skyward that they would like to take next school year from March 11 until March 25. A printed copy of chosen courses that has been signed by parents/guardians is to be turned into the guidance office by April 5 or classes will be chosen for those students who do not turn in the paper. Please feel free to contact your child's school counselor with any questions.

    PDFPOS 2019-2020

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