Class Registration

Registering a student at Mulberry High School is the process of meeting with the appropriate counselor and selecting class/course preference. Registering never guarantees placement in classes/courses. Before a student registers, a student must have completed the enrollment process. As counselors may not be readily available, it is encouraged that an appointment is scheduled with the appropriate counselor to register for classes/courses. You may do this by emailing the counselor or calling the guidance office.


Orientation is the time when students, who have enrolled and registered at MHS, may come and receive their class schedule for the year. During this time, students may meet their teachers, review bus schedules, open lunch accounts, purchase physical education uniforms, tour the school and parents may apply for their yearly access to Parent Internet Viewer. Orientation dates and times are held in August annually.

Check Out Policy

A student will not be allowed to leave school without proper authorization.

Individuals authorized to check students out of school must report to the school’s attendance office. Everyone must present picture identification (valid state driver license, state identification card, U.S. military identification card, passport).

School personnel must rely on the information recorded on the emergency information card at the time of enrollment unless otherwise properly notified.

Picture ID

Please bring your picture ID with you each time you come to campus. You cannot enter campus or pick up your child without it. This policy is for the safety and welfare of your child as well as all children and staff members.

Visitor Passes

Visitor passes are necessary to enter campus during the school day. All visitors must sign-in at the school through the front office.

Transportation Changes

Bus changes are announced at the conclusion of every school day to the students in the classroom. There is also a bus change board at the bus landing in front of the school. Changes occur often; it is imperative that students listen for and look for changes.