Mission Prep is pleased to announce the hiring of longtime San Luis Obispo educator Vic Ecklund as its new Athletic Director. Vic brings a wealth of experience to the job as he transitions from the public schools where he has spent the past 30 years.
Congratulations to MCP student I'raya Smith and Noelle Laird who have made the Tribune's All County Basketball Teams. I'raya made the Second All-County Team while Noelle Laird was named on the All-County Honorable Mention Team. Join us in celebrating these girls and for the whole story click below.
Former MCP basketball player Zach Allmon '13 along with his teammates at Vanguard have won a National Championship. After transferring from Cal Poly to Vanguard Zach made an immediate impact on the Lions. Those of you who know Zach, understood his faith and commitment. This was a great move for him and congratulations Zach!
On March 11, 2014, over three hundred Theatre students, theatre educators, friends and administrators from many schools in California gather at the state capitol to breakfast with legislators and legislative aides. During the past twelve years over two thousand students and teachers have participated in this statewide event.
MCP is pleased to announce a new, expanded structure for academics administration, including college counseling, at Mission Prep. This structure will allow us to meet our college counseling needs, and to comprehensively meet the needs of our faculty and students, in partnership with our parents, in a better way than ever before.
Two members of the Class of 2011, Kayla Gregory and Tucker Marsano, are featured in the Community Foundation of San Luis Obispo County's Annual Report (Page 5). They were both recipients of the Kelly McAdams Scholarship the articles update the community on what they have been doing since their time at MCP. Congratulations Kayla and Tucker!
Mission Prep proudly announces that Scott Dodge has accepted the position of Varsity Baseball coach for the 2014 season. Dodge is a graduate of San Luis Obispo High School and The University of Texas with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Learning Development, Youth and Community Studies.