About Mullen

Mission Statement

In the tradition of St. John Baptist de La Salle and the Brothers of the Christian Schools, Mullen High School is a Catholic college preparatory high school whose graduates embrace God’s gift of learning, devote their lives to seeking ceaselessly for His learning, and commit themselves to using His learning in the service of others. Mullen’s hallmarks are its exemplary teaching, its community of faith, its scholastic rigor, and its care and vigilance for each student.


A LASALLIAN TRADITION Our mission is to provide a human and Christian education to the young, with attention to those most in need, that all may achieve personal fulfillment and redemption. We endeavor to do this in cooperation with the spirit of God to promote a civilization of peace, justice, and love.

A CHALLENGING COLLEGE PREPARATORY EDUCATION Our mission is to provide a curriculum that presents students with a variety of courses that will prepare them for both college and life. Required courses stress content, skills mastery, and learning strategies in all core academic disciplines. Elective courses enrich students’ special interests, needs, and abilities.

EDUCATING THE WHOLE CHILD IN THE SPIRIT OF THE GOSPEL Our mission is to develop the whole child, fostering the development of young men and women of the highest character. Dedicated to the ideal of excellence in academics, artistic and athletic pursuits, through curricular and co-curricular programs of learning, and tempered by the Lasallian spirit of humility and equality, Mullen brings to its students those experiences that will help them develop as persons of compassion, faith and intellect.

THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL JUSTICE Our mission is to educate students to issues of social justice and encourage them to commit themselves to the creation of a more just society. As a community that is committed to social justice, Mullen reflects the Church’s dedication to the poor and disadvantaged in both its actions and its policies.

OUR COMMUNITY OF EDUCATORS Our mission is to develop a community of teachers capable of carrying forth the exemplary teaching of the Christian Brothers’ tradition. Teachers are helped to develop and advance their classroom teaching mastery and are provided with the necessary means and support to achieve this mastery. Teachers are regularly supervised as a means of sustaining the highest standards of teaching and encouraged to provide one another with mutual collegial support.


Mullen High School
3601 South Lowell Boulevard
Denver, Colorado 80236

By Phone & Fax
Phone:  303.761.1764
Fax:  303.761.0502

By Email
Faculty & Staff Directory

Mrs. Gail Andrews
P:  303.761.1266
E: Andrews@mullenhigh.com

Mr. Frank Cawley
Director of Admissions and Enrollment
P: 303.761.1764, ext. 3304
F: 303.761.0502
E: Cawley@mullenhigh.com

Ms. Lindsay Hooper
Assistant Director of Admissions
P:  303.761.1764, ext. 3317
F:  303.761.0502
E: Hooperl@mullenhigh.com

F: 303.761.0502
E: BusinessOffice@mullenhigh.com

Mrs. Judy Dreiling, ext. 3305
Ms. Trish Gleason, ext. 3402
Mrs. Heather Perez, ext. 3303

Mr. Vince Massey
Director of Athletics
P: 303.761.1764, ext. 3314
E: Massey@mullenhigh.com

Mr. Hank Hooper
Assistant Director of Athletics
P: 303.761.1764, ext. 3316
F: 303.761.0502
E: Hooper@mullenhigh.com

Mrs. Vickie Conte
Athletic Administrative Assistant
P:  303.761.1764, ext. 3319
F: 303.761.0502
E: Conte@mullenhigh.com

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