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New Temporary Business and Student Services Offices in October


The SMUHSD is saying “farewell” to its antiquated, over crowded facility and trailers, and saying “hello” to a state-of-the-art District Office scheduled to open in the fall of 2018. To make room for construction, Business Services and Student Services will be located in a temporary facility at 839 Hinckley in Burlingame starting in October. Business Services will relocate on October 7th. Student Services, including Special Education, will relocate October 22nd. See the flyer with complete details.


中文版本   聖馬刁聯合高中學區

新的臨時 業務與學生服務辦公室

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Please use the 2016-17 Mills Course Catalog to thoughtfully plan your course selection for next year.



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FREE Immigration Rights Community Forum for SMUHSD Families

Are you concerned about anticipated changes in immigration law and its impact on your family? If so, attend the SMUHSD Community Forum: Immigrant Rights & Current Immigration Law.


Monday, December 19th


San Mateo High School Library

506 N. Delaware Street San Mateo, CA




An immigration lawyer with the Community Legal Services of Palo Alto will present information on possible changes in immigration law and what they mean, as well as what your rights are. In addition, SMUHSD Mental Health Staff will  address the stress and anxiety that questions around immigration status can cause, and how to support your students during this time. This will be a bilingual presentation (English & Spanish). For questions, please call the Family Engagement Coordinator at your School. For all of the phone numbers and full details, see the community flyer in English and Spanish.



para la comunidad en español



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Study at the MHS Library


Study for your exams in the Mills Library!

The Mills PTO, Guided Study Program, and Student Leadership are partnering with one another to keep the library open for extended hours during exam time! This will give our students a safe, warm place to study and complete their final group projects. They will also be able to get help by department staff or request help from seasoned tutors on hand. We'll have snacks/drinks available (free of charge) in the Career Center on all days. 


Monday 12/12 3:30-7pm

Wednesday 12/14 3:30-7pm

Thursday 12/15 3:30-5pm

Kelly Alberta English 3:30 to 5pm

Monday 12/19 3:30-6pm

Cristina Tutaj 3:30 to 6pm

Patricia Jackson VAPA 3:30 to 4:30pm

Tuesday 12/20 3:30-6pm

Wednesday 12/21 12:30-3pm

Rachel Mack 1:30-3pm College Essary/Applications Assistance for Seniors

Thursday 12/22 12:30-3pm

Karen Atkinson Math 102



*Daniel Lantham will represent APES (environmental science) ~ TBD

*Mr. Von Euw will be available for Chemistry on ALL days


If there are any parents who would like to help at the snack table, we could use your help!!



Join After School Tutoring

FREE tutoring for ALL students!

Mondays – 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Wednesdays – 3:30 – 5:00 pm

Thursdays – 3:30 – 5:00 pm



Contact Mr. von Euw (aka Mr. V) for more information:

Schoolloop: Search for Max von Euw 


Chinese Tutoring Flyer 中文社區傳單

Spanish Tutoring para la comunidad




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Final Exam Schedule

Mental Health Awareness

FCCLA Fall Leadership Meeting



Thirteen Mills Students and FCCLA Advisor Mrs. J. Tuttle, recently attended California’s FCCLA Region 5 Fall Leadership Meeting. This meeting was held on October 22, 2016 at San Luis Obispo High School, located in San Luis Obispo, California. Twelve chapters, including 150 FCCLA chapter members, advisors, and administrators participated in this meeting. 


The theme of the meeting, “The Oscars...Lights, Camera, Action! Featuring You” included presentations from our Region Officers, Nick Agustin and Calla Yang. Along with that, there were also fun interactive workshops such as playing Kahoot to “What is FCCLA?”, designing miniature outfits for “S.T.A.R Events”, and going through obstacle courses at the “Student Body”. All these workshops talked about what FCCLA is, and the many opportunities it provides. Chapter members were encouraged to participate in leadership development by becoming a Region Officer Candidate or by participating in an FCCLA chapter, team, or individual Competitive Recognition Event (CRE).


The meeting concluded with chapter members demonstrating the Region Cheer which is based off of the traditional Haka. Announcements were then made that the FCCLA Region 5 Spring Leadership and Qualifying Competition Meeting will be held on February 18, 2017 at Mission College located in Santa Clara, California. More than 4,000 members participate in leadership and career development activities throughout the state. In California, FCCLA is sponsored by Family and Consumer Science Education, California Department of Education. 


FCCLA is a career-technical student organization (CTSO) for students in grades 7-12 who are enrolled in Family and Consumer Science Education Programs. FCCLA stands for Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America. The focus of the organization is to prepare students for roles as family members, citizens, and employees in some of California’s fastest growing industries.





It's that time of year again and we need your help.  If you are interested in being a tutor (paid or volunteer) please complete the application below and Mr. von Euw (aka. Mr. V) will get back to you as quickly as possible.  Thanks for your interest! Fill out a form online!


Congratulations to our National Hispanic Scholars

Mills is proud to announce two seniors who were named as National Hispanic Scholars through the College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Program. Every year, the NHRP recognizes about 5,000 of the 250,000 Hispanic/Latino juniors who take the test.  


Antonio Balagot 

Isabella Lee-Rubio


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2016-2017 School Pictures

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Graduation Portraits

Students may now view and order their Graduation Portraits through the Grad Images website:

School Board Liaison

Marc Friedman

As your direct contact to the School Board, I am looking forward to becoming directly involved with the Mills community. Please contact me whenever you have a concern, compliment, idea, or an invitation to an event.  You can email me at

Common Core State Standards

Educational standards describe what students should know and be able to do in each subject in each grade. In California, the State Board of Education decides on the standards for all students, from ...more

Boys and Girls State

What is Boys State? American Legion Boys State is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for U.S. high school students. A participatory program in which ...more

The San Mateo Union High School District believes all students have the right to participate fully in the educational process, free from discrimination and harassment.  These rights are assured to students by CA Education Code Section 200 and Penal Code Section 422.55."

The Student Nutrition Services Department has a new, easy-to-navigate web site that is comprehensive, focused on nutrition and fitness, and includes nutrition-specific educational lesson plans, videos, calculators and tools. Check out the new nutrition web site!

Apply for Covered California Affordable Health Insurance
We want our students and their families to be happy and healthy. Critical to health is having affordable and accessible health insurance. If you do not have insurance, please learn more about Covered California – a program that provides many individuals and families with affordable health insurance.  Financial assistance is available to many families if they qualify. For more information and to find free, confidential, in-person help in your area, visit and click on the green “Find Local Help” button or call 1-800-300-1506. Individuals and families may also qualify for Medi-Cal benefits. Informational flyers can be found at your high school or at



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