School Info

Mehlville High School serves students in 9th through 12th grade. The school is located at 3200 Lemay Ferry Rd., St. Louis, MO 63125.

Phone: 314-467-6000 
Fax: 314-467-6099
Attendance: 314-467-6020
Pool: 314-467-6203

Principal: Dr. Jason Landherr -    
Assistant Principal: Katie Lakebrink -  
Assistant Principal: Greg Ruzicka - 
Assistant Principal: Dr. Jessica Schmelzle -   

Regular school hours are 7:15 a.m. to 2:10 p.m. On half-day/early release days, students in grades 9-12 are dismissed at 11:25 a.m.

Mission Statement
Mehlville Senior High School will provide a positive learning environment where student academic achievement creates responsible citizens.

Mehlville High School will provide a safe and supportive student centered environment focusing on academic achievement as well as personal and social responsibility.

As teachers we will demonstrate a positive and professional attitude. We are committed to maintaining consistent and ethical behavior. We will promote respect and tolerance of others.

Mascot: Panther

Colors: Green and White

Target Areas

Student Achievement
GOAL: Students will demonstrate improved academic achievement.

  1. Students will demonstrate improved oral and written communication skills.
  2. Students will demonstrate improved problem solving and critical thinking skills in a variety of situations.
  3. Students will demonstrate an increased ability to gain accurate meaning from a written text.

Student Responsibility
GOAL: Students will demonstrate increased responsibility for their personal, social, and academic growth.

  1. Students will take responsibility for their academic progress and results.
  2. Students will demonstrate citizenship by respecting self and others in all environments.
  3. Students will correlate long-term personal and career goals with performance.

School Environment
GOAL: Staff and students will improve the campus environment.

  1. Students and staff will continue to develop an atmosphere within the school that is increasingly conducive to student learning.
  2. Students and staff will develop a school-wide plan for improved communication within the entire school community.
  3. Students and staff will develop a school-community partnership to increase and maintain the overall appeal and cleanliness.
  4. Students and staff will work with Central Office Administration to develop a school-wide plan to meet the needs of additional classrooms, reduced class size, and campus expansion.

GOAL: Students and staff will expand their knowledge and use of technology for academic applications.

  1. Students and staff will have access to appropriate technology for academic application.
  2. Students and staff will increase their use of appropriate technology for academic purposes.
  3. Students will apply knowledge utilizing appropriate technologies.
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