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The mission of Molalla High School is to develop powerful and confident adults who are controlling their own destiny and influencing their worlds.
“Professionals developing professionals who are ready for anything.”

Latest News:

2016-2017 School Calendar Phase 2 Modifications Announced 

2017-18 MHS President and Vice President Announced
Congratulations to our 2017-18 Student Body President, Cole Bauge and Vice President, Gavin Barrett. 

MHS Wind Ensemble Top Winner at Districts
The MHS Wind Ensemble placed first in the Tri-Valley Conference this year qualifying them to participate in the State Competition on May 10 at Oregon State University.  Congratulations to our Wind Ensemble students and MHS Band Director Matt Farris. 

MHS Students are now able to forecast for next years classes online.  
Below are the 2017-18 Curriculum Guide, the forecasting sheets and a link to the forecasting informational video.  The window  for students to be able to forecast online has closed.  Because the forecasting window has closed, students will need  to see their counselor to forecast for classes.

2017-18 Curriculum Guide

2017-18 Curriculum Guide FINAL.pdf
Curriculum Guide 2017-2018 UPDATES #1.pdf
Curriculum Guide 2017 2018 UPDATES #2.pdf

2017-18 Forecasting Sheets  (grade student will be in next year)



Power Hour (an opportunity for students who need help with algebra or geometry)

Power Hour is now offered every Tuesday, and Thursday from 3:00 p.m. -4:00 p.m. in the library.  Any student who is taking Algebra 1, Geometry, or Algebra 2 may attend for tutoring.  Students are responsible for their own transportation home after Power Hour.  


Class of 2017 graduation is June 10, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at MHS Capasso Court. 

Updated Senior Calendar (updated finals schedule)
Class of 2017 Senior Calendar.pdf

Cap and Gown and Graduation Announcement Orders
Seniors, if you have not ordered your cap and gown yet, you need to order  ASAP.  To order on-line go to or call 503-723-8006.

Science Curriculum Adoption

We Need Your Input!!

We are extending our display of science curriculum adoption materials for your viewing. We appreciate those who've looked over the materials and want to encourage others to do the same.  Materials are on display at the Molalla Public Library and will be there from now through April 28th during normal business hours.


School Report Card

Dear Parents, below is a link to our school report card.  

Randy Dalton, MHS Principal


2017-2018 School Calendar Approved

At the March 9, 2017 regular business meeting, the MRSD Board of Directors approved the 2017-2018 school calendar. You can find the calendar HERE.

Get Notification of School Closures e--mailed to you with FlashAlert

Go to  and in the left frame, select "Subscribe to receive news from participating organizations." Enter your primary email address twice and click on create your account. On the next screen, under "Add an Organization," choose the Region Name (Portland/Vanc/Salem region), then Category Name (Clackamas Co. Schools),then Organization Name (Molalla River).   Click on "Subscribe."     Below that, you can enter up to four more e-mail addresses/phone numbers for text messages. When you are done, click "Update Email Addresses and Send Test Messages." A verification message will be sent to each of your listed addresses. This is a wonderful program that alleviates some of the confusion of an early school closure. You must re-verify EVERY YEAR