Welcome to Mundelein High School

This is an exciting time for eighth grade students, transfer students and parents as you prepare for the transition from your current school to MHS. We understand that this new beginning can be fun and stressful at the same time. This section of the website will help take away any of the stress and leave just the fun. By making this section of the website your new “Home,” you will be able to have many of your initial questions answered and learn about the many ways that students new to MHS can soon learn to feel “at home” here. The booklet below, in both English and Spanish, will provide an initial overview of the rights and responsibilities of MHS students along with information about clubs, activities, and sports that you are encouraged to consider.


Mundelein High School New Students brochure 

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Invites the Class of 2024

To Link Crew 9th Grade Orientation

Friday, August 14th


Meeting ID: 938 9074 8773

Passcode: vk1zaX

Time: 10 AM 


We want you to come! 

We need you to come! 

It won’t be the same without you!


Link Crew is a program of 11th & 12th graders who will be there for you throughout the year


You will receive an email/phone call from your Link Crew Leader a couple of days before our virtual orientation that will give you more details on how to log in as well as what you’ll need that day. 




We are excited that you are joining us at Mundelein High School! 


If you have any questions, you can email us at linkcrew@d120.org 

Class of 2024 Curriculum Night PowerPoint

Class of 2024 Night: January 16, 2020

Goal: Introduce 8th grade families to culture, curriculum and activities. Select and submit 9th grade courses before leaving.

  • Learn about academic opportunities available
  • Learn about extracurricular opportunities available
  • Find out more about your core academic placements
  • Select your elective courses 
  • Learn about all the extracurricular opportunities MHS has to offer by visiting the activities fair and talking with current MHS students
  • Have questions answered related to your MHS experience
  • Class of 2024 Night Invitation: English/Spanish

New Parent/Transfer Parent Meeting: August 6, 2020, at 6:00 pm 

Goal: Tie up loose ends to ensure student comfort and preparation in starting at MHS.

  • Student Handbook
  • Technology 1:1 info
  • Medical/Physical info
  • School supplies
  • Busing
  • Calendar features
  • eLearning
  • Specific questions to starting school and the school environment

9th Grade Orientation: August 7, 2020, at 7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Goal:  Transition all students into the Mustang Way!

Hosted by LinkCrew!

  • There will be regular bus schedules in the morning and afternoon

* Busing information will be posted on individual student course schedules

  • Students should NOT bring any materials with them on this day
  • Students will find their lockers and classrooms
  • Students will receive Chromebooks
  • All students will receive free lunch

*Additional ala carte items can be purchased

Please contact the main office with dietary questions at (847) 949-2200

9th Grade Course Selection Process

Review the following links to become familiar with the course selection process for your incoming 9th grade student.  Additional links are also provided for future plannning.



Information regarding registration is below. If you have any questions about enrolling your child into Mundelein High School, please call Patty DeLozier at (847) 949-2700, ext. 2014, or fax (847) 949-2727.

Additional information regarding free/reduced lunch service and free/reduced fees is available below as well.


Nurse's Office and Health Services

The Nurse’s Office of Mundelein High School is staffed with two full-time Registered Professional Nurses. A certified Nurse also addresses the health needs of the students receiving special education services.

Mundelein High School is dedicated to academic excellence for all learners through the core values of equity, growth, and collaboration.
Our vision at Mundelein High School is to create a nationally recognized high school that provides multiple opportunities for all our diverse learners to visualize their potential futures and for each to realize a pathway to continued learning, productive citizenship, and personal success.
MHS Highlights
  • 76% of AP Students receive college credit
  • 84% of graduating seniors attend a 2 or 4 year university
  • Accepted over 3 million scholarships in 2018 


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