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MHS welcomes new staff members


Mundelein High School has 19 new staff members looking forward to working with our students this year. They are (in alphabetical order): Emily Auston; Calaeb Campbell; Elizabeth Filley; Shannon Franklin; Jake Gonzalez; Anthony Goodrich; Marissa Grayson; Amy Grost; Trevor Hitzler; Ed Jacobi; Renee Kanari; Jacqueline Kowalik; Larisa Liekys; Evan Meister; Elliot Morrison; Carly Schwartz; Kevin Shifley; Sara Teipel; and Daniel Tagtmeier. Read More

MHS promotes Libert to new Assistant Principal role


MHS staff member Stevee Libert has been named to the new role of Assistant Principal of Student Life. Stevee, who most recently served as the Fine Arts Department Chair, has proven her administrative skills through serving as both summer school assistant principal and principal along with her focus on student success through credit recovery. This is the third leadership addition of the summer at MHS. Read More

MHS selects new associate principal


Mundelein High School, which recently named Alexandria Taylor as its new principal, has added a new associate principal to its team. Michael Souza was selected by an interviewing committee of teachers, department chairs, and District personnel. The District 120 School Board approved the hiring and he started working on July 18. Read More

Mustang News Team Wins 15 State Awards


The staff of the student-produced school newspaper, the Mustang, ended the school year with 15 awards from the Illinois Journalism Education Association’s Newspaper & Digital Media Contest, Division 3. The staff received six staff awards, including two second place awards, for Best Overall Design and Best Front-Page Design. They took third place for Best Centerspread Story Package and three honorable mentions for Best Website, Best Hybrid Publication and Best Overall Publication. Read More

D120 names Alexandria Rios Taylor as new MHS Principal


The District 120 Board of Education named Alexandria Rios Taylor as the new principal of Mundelein High School. She will begin at MHS on July 1. Taylor spent the last four years as an administrator at Glenbard High School District 87, first as a Dean of Students and Equity Coordinator at Glenbard West High School and the last two years as assistant principal of Glenbard East High School. She previously taught Spanish at Neuqua Valley High School in Naperville for 11 years. Read More