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Posted November 29, 2017


2017 CIF STATE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME | Friday, Dec 1  | Santiago Canyon College, Orange, CA

It's a very rare feat for any school to have a sports team represented in a State Championship game. This year our Girls Varsity Volleyball has made a historic run all the way to the top to play the best team in Division V from Northern California for the State Title! This is a monumental achievement for our girls and for the school at-large - as it is our very first State Title appearance.

The girls will travel to Santiago Canyon College in Irvine this Friday to play San Marin at 4pm and we hope to storm the gym with as many MCS families possible (across all divisions) to encourage and cheer on our girls in their quest to take the State Title!

Please consider making this trip as it would mean the world to our Lady Eagles!

What:    Varsity Girls Division V State Championship Game
Where:  Santiago Canyon College, 8045 E Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92869
Time:     4pm

Cost: $12 Adults/$5 - $8 Students/$2 Parking Fee

Jess Hetherington, MCS Superintendent

Posted November 17, 2017


For the past three years, I have worked closely with the MCS School Board in drafting a teacher-salary matrix and a plan to bring all of our teachers to a competitive salary that corresponds to their years of experience and their education. The genesis of this plan has its roots in two primary desires:

1) Attract qualified teachers

2) Retain high level teachers

The goal (3 year strategic plan) was to fully fund the matrix-salary schedule by June, 2020. Currently, we have increased the total salaries by 10% and are on track to fulfilling this very important goal.

The teachers here at MCS are the pride and joy of our campus and the ones who make the world go around here. They are in the trenches every day, nurturing and educating our little ones in the most crucial years of their formative development.

Who doesn't want their children being educated and raised by the most godly, educated, competent and compassionate teachers in San Diego?

Please join me and many others in this season of generosity to help raise $150K to fulfill yet another year in helping our teachers reach another step to achieving their
much deserved salary increase!

Jess Hetherington, MCS Superintendent

The worker is worthy of his [and her] wages." I Timothy 5:18

  • Posted November 10, 2017

    There’s something new!


    We Heard You…One of the most important aspects of our culture is hearing from you, our MCS families. We thrive on feedback and information exchange in order to continue to grow. In keeping with our Strategic Plan, several focus groups were conducted last April where we asked our parents and students, “How are we doing?” and “How can we be even better?”

    We ended up with a goldmine of terrific ideas that are now being incorporated into our business operations. One of the first action items that fell on my desk was your interest in hearing more from me, on a variety of topics – from strategic goals and development updates to practical things.

    This new web-based newsletter, Superintendent’s Message, will be a quick way to keep you up-to-date on timely news and information. When I post an article, the link will be shared in the ‘MCS Weekly Update,’ or you can find it under the ‘About’ tab on our website.

    You have made one of the most important decisions you can by enrolling your students at MCS. We honor your choice by continuing to build on our tradition of excellence throughout the school year. Thank you again for your feedback and ideas – we are listening to you intently! I can’t wait to share more with you in my ‘new’ newsletter soon. It’s going to be another outstanding year!

    Jess Hetherington, MCS Superintendent

    NKJV Isaiah 43:19 “Behold, I will do a new thing...”