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Mason High School

Mason High School

The mission of Mason High School is to inspire students to achieve academic excellence, to empower students to acquire and develop their leadership skills, and to succeed within a school culture where all students are valued and respected.
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Counseling Office & Parent Resources



MHS School Closure Resources

Distance Learning Plan

Daily Time Schedule


Contact Us

1001 S. Barnes St.
Mason, MI 48854
Phone: (517) 676-9055
Fax: (517) 244-6412


Welcome to the Mason High School Website!

In addition to the Calendar Dates, Quick Links, and News & Notes sections below, we hope you will follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date on news and events at Mason High School.




Calendar Dates of Interest for 2020-21

  • No School - Transition Days - Monday, November 23 & Tuesday, November 24
  • No School - Holiday - Wednesday, November 25 through Friday, November 26
  • Second Trimester begins - Monday, November 30
  • Student Materials Distribution (Last Name beginning with A - L) - Monday, November 30 - 4:00-8:00 p.m. - Main Entrance
  • Student Materials Distribution (Last Name beginning with M - Z) - Tuesday, December 1 - 4:00-8:00 p.m. - Main Entrance
  • No School - Winter Break - Monday, December 21 through Friday, January 1
  • Winter Parent/Teacher Conferences - Tuesday, January 12 & Thursday, January 14
  • No School - Holiday - Monday, January 18
  • No School - Mid Winter Break - Monday, February 15
  • No School - Teacher Professional Development - Friday, February 26
  • Half Days - Final Exams - Thursday, March 11 & Friday, March 12
  • End of Second Trimester - Friday, March 12
  • No School - Spring Break - Friday, April 2 through Friday, April 9
  • Winter Parent/Teacher Conferences - Tuesday, April 20 & Thursday, April 22
  • Seniors Class Last Day of School - Thursday, May 27 (No Final Exams) or Friday, May 28 (Final Exams)
  • No School - Holiday - Monday, May 31
  • Class of 2021 Rehearsal for Commencement - Thursday, June 3 - 10:00 a.m. - MHS Fieldhouse
  • Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony - Sunday, June 6 - 3:00 p.m. - MHS Fieldhouse
  • Last Day of School (Half Day)/End of Third Trimester - Wednesday, June 9


Transcript Information and Requests

The link above provides you with the ability to request transcripts through Parchment. Transcripts requested online are sent securely to the colleges, universities, or scholarship funds that you select.

You may track your request online, and you will also receive an email notification when we approve your transcript request, and again when your transcript is mailed (or delivered electronically based on the delivery preference of the destination that you selected).


Quick Links

Distance Learning - Daily Time Schedule

Temporary Remote Daily Time Schedule - Second Trimester

Parent Communications

September 25, 2020

October 2, 2020

October 9, 2020

October 22, 2020

November 10, 2020

Work Permits

Click on the link below for a work permit. The first section of the permit is to be completed by the student. The employer will complete section two. Once both sections are complete, you can scan and email a copy to Mrs. Bauer via email  for certification or stop by the high school (buzz in at the main entrance) and we will certify the form while you wait.

2021 Senior Portrait Information (read updated information below)

2021 Senior Photo Release

MHS Google Calendar

MHS Student Handbook 2020-2021

MHS Staff Directory

Directions for Ordering a Replacement Diploma

Yearbook Ordering Information 

Medication Form (Prescription)

Medication Form (Non-Prescription)

2020-2021 High School Calendar (one page)

Completed Safety Drills for Mason High School

Clubs and Organizations Offered at MHS

Authorization - Volunteer/Chaperone Form

Mason Tipline - Stop Bullying, Drugs and Weapons


News & Notes


Mason High School Library is here for you!


September Student of the Month

Congratulations goes out to our September Student of the Month nominees!

Click on the link below to view a special celebration video in honor of these students.

September SOTM


Mason Public Schools Robotics Program

The Mason robotics program "Tractor Nation" has been working to try and provide a pathway for students to still participate in FIRST Robotics here at Mason Public Schools.  Over the past years, we have grown and developed into a K-12 program reaching many Mason families.  Even with a global pandemic in the way, we are striving to provide your student with an opportunity to explore robotics and STEAM concepts through our program.  We would like to gather information to see how we can best serve the Mason Public Schools Family. 

If your student is interested in participating, please click on the link below and complete the google form.  We would like to collect information by Friday, November 20 so we can come up with an appropriate plan for your student.  Please note that high school students participate in the FIRST Robotics Competition.  As with everything this year, we ask for flexibility as we adapt to changing situations. Please know that we want the best possible experience for your child and will work our hardest to provide it. 

If you have questions, please feel free to direct them to our program director Ben Shoemaker via email at  


Please complete the form for each student you have wishing to participate.

When we have information collected, we will be sending follow-up messages with additional information directly to you.

Thank you,

Team 3655 Tractor Technicians Leadership Team


Senior Yearbook Information 

Senior Salutes

How well can you keep a secret? The yearbook staff is offering you a chance to secretly put an ad in this year’s Anchora, Mason High School’s annual yearbook publication. 

It is easy to create a Senior Salute. Start by deciding whether you would like to create the ad yourself or if you would prefer the yearbook staff to take the task off your hands. Then, fill out the linked order form (below) and return it, along with your payment, to school either via postal mail or drop off a clearly labeled envelope in the drop-box at the front of school. Include in your envelope the following: a completely filled out order form, payment (minimal deposit) and any photos that you are unable to digitize. You may email any photos to our senior account and include “senior salute” in the subject line.

Senior Salute Order Form 

Directions to Build Your Own Senior Salute

We offer a standard quarter (1/4) page ad for $50. Ads are sold on a first come, first served basis. The order will not be considered reserved until we receive ½ of the ad total as a deposit ($25). The quarter page size will support three (3) pictures and a message of approximately 50-75 words. These ads will be customized to your specifications and will be presented in full color. Your order will be kept confidential to make this surprise even more special.

Please be advised that in order to remain within our budgeting constraints and properly plan our page deadlines, ALL orders MUST be received by Friday, December 11. We appreciate your respect of this deadline.

Senior Pictures

We have extended the senior picture deadline to Friday, November 13. Photos must be submitted digitally through email or dropped off at school on a cd/flash drive. If you choose to submit on a cd/flash drive, please be sure to label the media with the student’s full first and last name. If you choose to use the Lifetouch ID picture when they are taken at school, please contact the adviser through email and indicate your choice.


On a final note, yearbooks are still on sale! You may reserve your copy of the yearbook for $80+ tax by visiting

Thank you for your support of Mason High School’s Student Publications.


Eaton RESA Career and Technical Education to Hold Virtual Visits

If you are a sophomore or junior and interested in Heavy Equipment Operation and Repair or Animal Science and Zoo Management, we encourage you to check out the Eaton RESA's Career and Technical Education programs by attending a virtual visit to see if these programs are the right fit for you. Ingham county students can participate in the Heavy Equipment program and the Animal Science program through Eaton RESA. Students do have to provide thier own transportation. Virtual visits will be held on the following days:

  • Tuesday, November 10 at 8:15 AM: Heavy Equipment Operation and Repair
  • Tuesday, December 8 at 8:15 AM: Animal Science and Zoo Management

Please use the links below to learn more about the programs, register for the visit, and get the Zoom Link.

Program Descriptions:  

10th and 11th Grade Visitation page:


ZAPS SAT Test Prep Seminars


PaperGator Recycling Program

Dear Parents,

Did you know that our school participates in a paper-recycling program called PaperGator Recycling? Recycle all of your paper products and earn funds for our school. Drop offs can be made anytime. Our PaperGator bin is located at the southeast end of the school near the baseball field.

Thank you for your continued support of our school.



High School Photos from Commencement Ceremonies Held on July 21, 22 & 23


Lifetouch Commencement Photos Are Now Available! 

Lifetouch flyer