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Admissions

Application Process

*Please begin the application process by inquiring below. Once you have completed that process you will receive an email (within 24-48 hours) with the opportunity to create login credentials. Once your login credentials have been created you can LOGIN to complete the application process.

Step 1: Inquire

Please complete the inquiry form to learn more about Mullen High School and access our online Admissions portal.  The inquiry form must be completed in order to move forward in the application process.

Step 2: Apply

Before you apply, please complete the inquiry form. Once the inquiry form is completed, you can begin the application by logging into MyMullen or clicking on the application button on the right.

The Application for the Class of 2026 along with the following steps are due by Thursday, December 16, 2021.

Step 3: Assessments

The below assessments are required as part of the application process. Assessments forms can be sent via email through the MyMullen Admissions checklist directly to the teacher/counselor or administrator.
  • Math Teacher Assessment
  • English Teacher Assessment
  • Administrator/Counselor Assessment 

Step 4: Transcripts

The transcript release form can be accessed through the applicant checklist once you log into MyMullen and need to be submitted to your student's current school. Official transcripts for the previous two years of school, including any standardized testing and the first semester of the current year, must be submitted directly to Mullen. Attendance, immunization, and discipline records should also be included. Applications are only reviewed once transcripts are received. 

Step 5: TESTING

PRACTICE HSPT:

Mullen High School uses the High School Placement Test (HSPT), a national standardized test created for academic placement evaluation. We will be offering a Practice HSPT to help students become familiar with the format and timing of the exam on Saturday, September 18th and Saturday, October 9th. Registration is available once you log into MyMullen.

HIGH SCHOOL PLACEMENT TEST:

The High School Placement Test (HSPT) is required for all students applying to Catholic high school. This year we are offering two testing dates in November and December. Please note that students are only allowed to take the HSPT one time at and at one location.  We recommend students take the exam at their top choice high school.

Registration for the High School Placement test is available through the Admission checklist in MyMullen and more detailed instructions for the testing date will be sent after registering. 

Student's scores that tested at Mullen, will be uploaded to their applicant file by our Admissions team. If you tested a different location, you are responsible for uploading the scores to you MyMullen Admissions Checklist to complete the final step in the applicant file.

HSPT Testing Dates

PRACTICE HSPT DATES:
  • Saturday, September 18, 2021
  • Saturday, October 9, 2021

HIGH SCHOOL PLACEMENT TESTING DATES:
  • Saturday, November 20, 2021
  • Saturday, December 4, 2021

FINAL STEP: INTERVIEW

Each student is required to participate in a personal interview conducted by the Mullen faculty, staff, or administration. The interview is a family interview so parents or guardians are welcome. Following the interview will be asked to complete a brief writing exercise.

After the application deadline, applicants with a completed applicant file will be notified of their interview time and date. 



Class of 2026 Interview Dates

Interviews will take place on one of two Saturdays in January. Please see the specific dates below:
  • Saturday, January 15, 2022
  • Saturday, January 29, 2022

Application Deadlines and Requirements

Incoming Freshmen Applicants

Application Deadline: December 16, 2021

A Completed Application Includes:

  • Online Application
  • Assessments
    • Math Teacher Assessment
    • English Teacher Assessment
    • Counselor / Administrator Assessment
  • Transcripts and most recent report card from your current school
  • HSPT Test Scores

Transfer Applicants

Mullen High School accepts transfer students on a space-available basis. Applications are reviewed as they are submitted, and decisions are made as space opens. All transfers are interviewed by a member of the Mullen faculty or administration.

Successful transfer applicants must meet the following criteria for admission:

  • Applicant must be in good standing at their current school.
  • Applicant must have earned sufficient academic credit to graduate with their class under "normal Mullen academic work load."
  • All applicants must complete teacher assessments to include the dean of student assessment.
  • Applicant must have a minimum GPA of 2.5