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Lasallian Education

Profile of a Graduate

The purpose of Mullen High School is to provide all students the highest quality Catholic Education in the distinctive Lasallian tradition of education in the Holy Presence of God.  Benefiting from the Lasallian tradition of Mullen High School and its committed community of educators, Mullen graduates are visionary learners who confidently demonstrate:

List of 5 items.

  • Faith in the Presence of God

    • Formation in the Roman Catholic Tradition
    • Understanding the value of God's  Presence in the world and their lives
  • Concern for the Poor and Social Justice

    • Commitment to service within their communities, especially to the marginalized
    • The ability to make decisions based on Catholic values
    • The courage to act on their obligation to right injustice|
    • Understand material, emotional, intellectual and spiritual poverty from a Lasallian perspective
  • Excellence in Education

    • Advanced achievement in the college preparatory disciplines
    • Critical thinking
    • Ability to make connections across disciplines
    • Communication skills necessary to interact and compete in a global society
    • Creative and technological aptitudes necessary to succeed in the academic and work environment
    • Skills, knowledge and practices to achieve healthy living
    • Understanding and appreciation for the Arts and Humanities
  • Respect for all Persons

    • Christian spirit of faith, hope and love
    • Integrity and character
    • The fortitude to make ethical decisions within the framework of these values
  • Participation within Inclusive Community

    • The skills for civic engagement and productive citizenship
    • Participation in Mullen community life in ways that show hospitality, inclusiveness, equality and spirit
    • Commitment to acting as ambassadors for Christ

Facts about the Class of 2022

List of 5 items.

  • 98%

    of the Class of 2022 is immediately enrolling in college
  • 57%

    of the Class of 2022 will be going out of state to college.
  • 19%

    of the senior class will be attending Catholic colleges.
  • 78%

    of the Class of 2022 received at least one merit scholarship.
  • $30M+

    in scholarships earned.

Class of 2022 College Matriculation

Adams State University
Arizona State University
Auburn University
Barnard College
Baylor University
Benedictine College
Benedictine University
Boise State University
Boston College
California Polytechnic State University
Carnegie Mellon University
Chapman University
Colorado Mesa University
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State University; Fort Collins
Creighton University
Duke University
Fordham University
Franciscan University of Steubenville
Georgetown University
Georgia State University
Gonzaga University
Grand Canyon University
Hamline University
High Point University
Hope College
Indiana University
Iowa State University
Lehigh University
Liberty University
Loyola University New Orleans
Marquette University
Mesa Community College
Metropolitan State University of Denver
Miami University, Oxford
Mississippi State University
Montana State University
New Mexico State University
New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
Northeastern Junior College
Oregon State University
Point Loma Nazarene University
Purdue University
Regis University
Saint John’s University
San Diego State University
Santa Clara University
St. Mary’s College of California
St. Olaf College
Stanford University
Stonehill College
Texas Christian University
Texas Tech University
Thomas Aquinas College
United States Naval Academy
University of Alabama
University of Arizona
University of California, Berkley
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Colorado Colorado Springs
University of Colorado Denver
University of Denver
University of Hawaii at Hilo
University of Hawaii at Manoa
University of Iowa
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
University of Mary
University of Michigan
University of Mississippi
University of North Dakota
University of Northern Colorado
University of Notre Dame
University of Oklahoma
University of Oregon
University of San Diego
University of St. Thomas
University of Texas at Austin
University of Utah
University of Victoria
University of Wyoming
Vanderbilt University
Villanova University
Washington and Lee University
Washington University in St. Louis
Western Colorado University
Xavier University