At Mullen High School our academic guidance is driven to help students achieve a quality, human and Christian education through the robust curriculum provided while ensuring a unique Lasallian experience.  Through a robust curriculum, each student is provided with the opportunity and academic guidance necessary to meet their scholastic goals and achieve a well rounded elective background. The environment provided allows our students to plan out their high school academic careers by making sound decisions about the course schedule they choose and accepting responsibility for these choices. At Mullen, our academic curriculum and guidance is tailored to meet the needs of every student through a challenging, diverse collection of academic courses.

The Counseling Office is open school days from 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Students and parents are welcome to make appointments with their assigned counselor between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The counselors are available for drop-in meetings with students during, before and after school, lunch hours and passing periods daily.

Meet the Staff

Stephanie Santillo   Skip

Prospective students, current students and parents are encouraged to review the Mullen High School Course Catalog and Curriculum Guide to obtain an understanding of the current curriculum and course requirements.

Contact Counseling

Stephanie Santillo
Director of College Counseling
303.761.1764 x3338

Skip Zickmund
Director of Academic/Personal Counseling
303.761.1764 x3309

Kate Walker
Academic/Personal Counseling
303.761.1764 x3308

Hilary Maxwell
Academic/Personal Counseling
303.761.1764 x3356


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