Mehlville High School

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Mehlville High School
3200 Lemay Ferry Road
Mehlville, Missouri 63125
United States
Coordinates 38°30′45″N 90°18′52″W / 38.5126°N 90.3145°W / 38.5126; -90.3145Coordinates: 38°30′45″N 90°18′52″W / 38.5126°N 90.3145°W / 38.5126; -90.3145
School type Public comprehensive high school
Founded 1930
School district Mehlville School District
Superintendent Dr. Chris Gaines
NCES School ID 292067001115[1]
Principal Dr. Denise Swanger
Faculty 120[1]
Grades 9–12[1]
Number of students 1,890[1]
Campus type Suburban[1]
Color(s) Green, white, black
Mascot Panther

Mehlville High School is a public comprehensive high school in Mehlville, St. Louis County, Missouri, United States. It is part of the Mehlville School District.


For the 2013–2014 school year, the school offered 26 activities approved by the Missouri State High School Activities Association (MSHSAA): baseball, boys' and girls' basketball, sideline cheerleading, boys' and girls' cross country, dance team, 11-man football, boys' and girls' golf, Marching Band, Pep Band, scholar bowl, boys' and girls' soccer, softball, speech and debate, boys' and girls' swimming and diving, boys' and girls' tennis, boys' and girls' track and field, boys' and girls' volleyball, water polo, and wrestling.[2]

School-sponsored activities include Anime, Art Club, Book Club, Broadcast Journalism, Culture Club, DECA (marketing), Drama Club, FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America), FCCLA, French Club, German Club, Grape Club, International Thespian Society, Mehlville Majorettes, National Honor Society, Panther Rangers, Paws 'N Peace, Skills USA, Spanish Club, STEP, Student Council, Student Prints, Teenage Health Consultant Program, The Reflector yearbook, and Color Guard (part of the Marching Band).[3]

Mehlville students have won four state championships:

  • Football: 1999
  • Men's volleyball: 1988[4]
  • Women's soccer" 1982
  • Wrestling: 1964
  • Men's water polo: 1979, 1980

The school has also produced one girls' swimming and diving individual state champion, two boys' track and field individual state champions, and one boys' track and field relay state champion.[5]


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