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Mission Viejo High School

Don’t miss Mission Viejo High School Drama’s production of "The Unloved" November 7-9 at the high school theatre located at 25025 Chrisanta Drive.

A modern adaptation of the romance of Tristen and Iseult, the production, which starts at 7 pm each night, features a cast and crew of 36 students including a live band.

The production is directed by Mrs. Kathy Cannarozzi Harris with musical direction by Mr. Jake Zelinger.

Tickets are $13 and are available online at mvhsdrama.com.

Get ready for a riveting and hilarious Mission Viejo High School production of "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)” at 7 pm September 5-7 in the school’s Performing Arts Center.

In this grand comedy, four actors present 37 Shakespearean plays in two hours on one stage. Directed by high school alumni Charles Massey, the production stars Logan Booth, Toby Dervartanian, Liam Shannon and Danny Sheikh. 

U.S. Military veterans listen up! Mission Viejo High School is currently seeking veterans and active duty personnel to honor at the sixth annual Mission for the Armed Forces (MAF) football game on September 28.

Selected nominees and their families will receive a pre-game dinner, reserved seating, and will be honored by the varsity team during the game. Each veteran will be paired up with a varsity football player who will wear the name of the veteran on the back of his jersey instead of his own. 

Mission Viejo Television is now broadcasting a special episode of "Coaches Corner with Paul Higgins” featuring his revealing conversation with Hometown Hero and recently retired Mission Viejo High School football Coach Bob Johnson.

"Coaches Corner" is a popular half-hour show that takes an in-depth look at local coaches, athletes, and newsmakers.

Are you ready for some football? Two local high school football teams – which were both undefeated this season – will host exciting games on Friday, November 24.

The Mission Viejo Football Team will pay homage to veterans on Friday, November 10 during the Diablos’ game against Servite High School.

In recognition of Veterans Day and the 242nd anniversary of the United States Marine Corps, the players will sport jerseys from their annual Mission Armed Forces (MAF) event and are inviting veterans to do the same. Folks honored over the years by the football team who wear their MAF jersey will receive a free meal – hot dog or hamburger with chips and a drink.

Tickets are now available for Mission Viejo High School’s hilarious production of “Peter and the Starcatcher” at 7 p.m. October 26-28 at 25025 Chrisanta Drive.

This enchanting play is a prequel to the story of Peter Pan and follows a lonely orphan who became the boy who wouldn’t grow up.

In celebration of five decades of educational excellence, Mission Viejo High School is hosting a “Flashback to the Future” 50th Anniversary Party on Saturday, May 20.

Open to Mission Viejo alumni, teachers, coaches, staff and people throughout the community, this fun event is from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center, 24932 Veterans Way. Guests will enjoy a DJ, light dinner, dessert and no-host bar. (Must be 21 to attend.)


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