Heber-Overgaard Schools
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Mogollon High School

Welcome to Mogollon High School. We are a small school of less than 200 students, and we take advantage of our size to personalize our students’ education. We offer a variety of electives like building trades, graphic arts, culinary arts, weight lifting, technology classes, band, orchestra, and drama. Our students also have the opportunity to attend NAVIT, which offers a variety of vocational programs and the chance to earn college credit concurrently as they earn their high school diploma. Our students consistently perform higher than the state average on standardized tests, and many students earn scholarships by exceeding the standard on these tests.

Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball

Watch live as the Mogollon Mustangs take on the St. Michael Cardinals in varsity girls and boys basketball on Tuesday, March 2. The girls play at 3:30 p.m., and the boys play at 5:00 p.m. Please see below to view the games for free. Go, Mustangs!

    Back to School Protocol

    In partnership with our parents and community, the Heber-Overgaard Unified School District retains our commitment in providing a quality education for all of our students in a safe and nurturing environment. Our back-to-school protocol provides information on the following: 

    • Return dates
    • Student responsibilities
    • Parent responsibilities
    • Teacher/staff responsibilities
    • Start and end times for each school
    • And more

    Please take a moment to review our back-to-school protocol below for more information.

    A Message from Our Principal

    It is my pleasure to serve as the principal of Mogollon High School. Our small school has a big heart. We provide the education and knowledge our students need to become whatever they wish; Mogollon High is simply a stepping-stone in the right direction.

    I consider my position here a privilege. My office is open to all of you, as good communication is another key to academic excellence. If you have any questions or concerns, please give me a call. Thank you for your support. Go Mustangs!


    Reed Porter, Principal

    Reed Porter

    Homecoming 2022

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