ABOUT THE SHADOW PROGRAM: Mullen invites 8th grade students and prospective transfers to become a “Mustang for a Day.” Our unique shadowing experience allows potential Mustangs the opportunity to see what a typical day is like for a Mullen student. Each guest is matched with a Mullen host and follows him or her throughout their school day, including lunch. If you have a particular Mullen student you would like to shadow, we will do our best to accommodate those requests. We want each guest to have the best possible experience and witness a typical Mullen school day; therefore, some dates are unavailable – such as homecoming week, mid- term exams, final exams, or half days in order to provide a more realistic view of the Mullen experience.

To visit, complete an Inquiry Form, then navigate to the Admissions Event Registration page on our website.

Please contact the Assistant Director of Admissions, Lauren St. John, with questions regarding the Mullen shadow experience.


You may schedule a 45 minute campus tour by contacting Frank Cawley or Lauren St. John in the Admissions Office.

FALL 2019

The Open House is an excellent opportunity for prospective students and their families to visit our campus and learn more about Mullen’s programs, meet our students and faculty, and learn what it means to be a Mullen Mustang!

The day begins with Mass for those interested in the St. John Baptist de La Salle Chapel at 8:30 a.m. Student-directed tours will begin at 10:00 a.m. The last tours usually depart around 2:00 p.m. Highlights of the day include department displays, student participation events, faculty and staff presentations, and genuine conversation about life at Mullen High School.

Please join us for an opportunity to tour the campus and facilities, meet faculty and students, and explore our curriculum and activities.


May 9, 2019


Rilko Event Center


Mullen High School will host a Prospective Family Information Night in the Rilko Events Center on May 9th for the Class of 2024 and beyond.

Families will discover the many benefits provided by a “Lasallian, Catholic, College-prep” education at Mullen. The evening's topics include events on the admission calendar, the Mullen curriculum, the tradition, and many other factors that influence the selection of a great high school. There will be time at the conclusion for a question and answer session. This event is a significant factor in making informed decisions about Mullen High School.

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