• Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year!


         We are excited to welcome you to the 2021-2022 school year. As we prepare for a safe and productive start, we would like to make you aware of the safety protocols being put into place this school year. The safety of our students, teachers, and staff members is a priority at Mullins High School.

       In order to ensure that this school year is a true success, we are asking for your contribution and support in conquering COVID-19. This school year students were presented with two instructional platforms, eLearning and Virtual Academy. eLearning is the virtual learning option that allows students to transition back into the classroom once the school district has declared it safe to do so. Virtual Academy is the virtual option that requires students to remain virtual over the course of the entire school year.

       All stakeholders are necessary to ensure our students are safe and successful during this educational journey. Our school motto has always been, “Together We Can Achieve Greatness. Go AUCS!” That belief remains the same through distance learning. Administrators, teachers, students, parents/guardians, support staff, and community members will need to work together to benefit our students through virtual learning. I know together we can truly achieve greatness regardless of the instructional method of choice. In an effort to effectively communicate, we are asking that you follow our school Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/MULHS and view our school website at https://www.marion.k12.sc.us/Domain/11 frequently for important updates.

       Parents will need to register their child online using the snapcode mailed. If you did not receive your letter with snapcode in the mail, please call the school for a replacement to be issued or emailed. Once you have your child’s snapcode, you will need to visit the Marion County School District’s website and click on returning student. From there you will be able to enter the snapcode and complete the online registration form.

       Please review the information provided about our school district timeline and event schedule to remain up to date with the latest school news. 

       During the first nine weeks of school, students will be provided an opportunity to schedule times for remediation with their classroom teacher. Parents will be notified of the appointments scheduled and transportation will be provided.

        Through dedication and preparation, Mullins High School will cooperatively provide learners the opportunity to become college, career, and citizenship ready. announcements check our media outlets frequently and please ensure the most recent contact information has been inputted into PowerSchool.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call the school at 843-464-3710.



    Sincerely, Michael Stone Principal