Monday, November 19 – Friday, November 23
Thanksgiving Holiday (No School)
Monday, December 24 – Friday, January 4
Holiday Break (No School)
Monday, January 7
Professional Development for Teachers (No School for Students)
Malvern High School serves students in grades 9-12. Our approximately 600 students participate in a variety of study programs ranging from Advanced Placement courses to vocational classes offered through College of the Ouachitas.
Programs of Study Include:
Career and Technical Pathways
Ouachita Career Center Pathways
Of course, extracurricular activities are abundant at MHS. Students can participate in athletics, band, student council, the National Honor Society, and much more. Clubs such as NHS and the Beta Club allow students to participate in community service projects to aid families, individuals, and organizations across Hot Springs County. Clubs such as the Fishing Club, Japanese Club, Debate, and FFA allow students to explore individual interests.
Students are given one-on-one conferencing with highly qualified school counselors, which helps them prepare for college and the workforce by providing guidance on the necessary coursework required for specific post-secondary endeavors. The faculty and staff work closely with the counselors and students in an advisory capacity. These one-on-one conferences occur in the spring and parents are given the opportunity for input prior to approving their student's course selections.
Students who are looking to grow and learn on a daily basis will thrive at Malvern High School. Our administration and faculty encourage students to be the best that they can be and take advantage of all that MHS offers them.
Malvern High School Mission
The mission of Malvern High School is to create opportunities that prepare our students to meet the challenges of the future by focusing on the skills required for them to be college/career ready.
Malvern High School Vision
The Malvern High School Vision is to create and maintain an environment that inspires students and staff to be lifelong learners. This vision is positively reinforced through district and community support programs that foster parent and student involvement, promote maximum student achievement, and graduate students who will be productive in society.