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  • TUHSD | Social Media Challenges

    October 11, 2021 – As you may already be aware, there are a variety of social media challenges that have been circulating online. These challenges are primarily posted on TikTok, and encourage students to film themselves damaging school property, or physically attacking teachers, among other actions.

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  • TUHSD | Update on Face Coverings

    Sept. 27, 2021 – Please be advised that Tempe Union High School District will continue to require face coverings indoors at all of our school sites as well as the District Office.

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  • Congratulations to our 2022 National Merit Semifinalists!

    September 29, 2021- Congratulations to our 2022 National Merit Semifinalists! This year 19 Tempe Union students from Corona del Sol, Desert Vista, McClintock, and Mountain Pointe high schools are in the running for the National Merit Scholarship program. Students are selected for this program based on their PSAT scores, which are amongst the top in the state of Arizona.

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  • TUHSD | Sept. Update from Superintendent, Dr. Mendivil

    Today marks the start of our eighth week of the school year - with only two weeks left until Fall Break.

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McClintock High School Announcements

Welcome to McClintock High School

District Announcements

  • Upcoming Calendar Dates:

    • Nov. 11: Veterans' Day Holiday
    • Nov. 25–26: Thanksgiving Break
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Important Documents

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MHS Preschool - ELC

  • Click Here to Learn More about MHS Early Learning Center

    We are accepting enrollment for three to five year-olds for next year. To enroll your child, please call 480-752-8651 or click the button above for more information and our online application form.

MHS Silent Witness

McClintock Returns Safely

Vision & Mission

  • Mission Statement:

    Charging forward with purpose, excellence, and tradition.

    Vision Statement:

    McClintock High School will:

    • Provide a safe and supportive environment that meets the academic, social, and emotional needs of all students. 
    • Engage all students in a challenging and diverse curriculum.
    • Encourage all students to develop personal responsibility and meet high expectations. 
    • Promote participation in a wide array of extra-curricular activities and Charger traditions.
    • Engage families and community as partners in the educational process.

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