Upcoming Events for MPCS Alumni
We love welcoming alumni back to campus or to special school events. Please make note of what's yet to come so that we can connect with you!
HOMECOMING and Alumni Dinner 2019
October 11, 2019, 6:00 p.m. (4:00 – 9:30 p.m.) | MPCS Catherine Steele Sewell Stadium
Homecoming 2019 is around the corner! Homecoming is by far the biggest event of the year in the MPCS alumni community and this year’s homecoming promises to be the biggest and best yet! Last year we had the highest attendance ever for both the alumni dinner and alumni attendance at the game and we are shooting to have even more in attendance this year! Alumni families are encouraged to arrive earlier in the afternoon to enjoy the EagleFest Fall Festival. The dinner and game tickets are free for all alumni and their immediate family members but registration is required. We are hoping for over 300 alumni and their families at the homecoming dinner this year and even more in attendance at the football game! The MPCS Alumnus of the Year and the Honorary Alumnus of the Year are recognized at halftime of the football game.
Alumni may also participate in homecoming and spirit week by giving school-wide morning devotions each morning and getting involved in the Wednesday chapel service.
- 4:00 p.m. – Eaglefest (family fall festival)
- 6:00 p.m. – Blue & Black Bash pre-game tailgate “Black-out” spirit night
- 6:20 p.m. – Homecoming Parade near the stadium
- 6:40 p.m. – Eagle Walk
- 6:45 p.m. – Alumni Dinner meal begins inside stadium in the end zone
- 7:30 p.m. – Kickoff vs. Whitefield
- Halftime – Homecoming Court and Alumni Presentation
Online registration required. Deadline to RSVP is Monday, October 7, 2019.
Second Annual GAPP Event for Parents of the Class of 2019
Thursday, September 5, 2019 7:00 p.m. | Weber Collaboratory at MPCS
The second annual GAPP (Gathering Alumni Parents for Prayer) event will be held on Thursday, September 5 in the Weber Collaboratory on the second floor of the Mulkey Building. This special event is for parents of our most recent graduates and provides them the opportunity to come together and pray for their children as they transition to collegiate life as a freshman. This is a time of quiet prayer and supplication as parents, alumni council members, and former staff of the school participate in this special time of lifting up our youngest alums to the throne of grace. The goal for this special time of prayer is to stand in the "GAPP" for these students and to request the Lord’s hedge of protection over them. Everyone from the current graduating class is prayed for personally “by name.”
Michael Miller, parent of four MPCS graduates. speaks at last year’s GAPP event, reassuring parents that God is faithful in protecting His children.
2018 alums return back to campus to share stories of collegiate life as a freshmen: L-R: Espen Oswald, Nick Brownsworth, Connor Foust (back), Ben Howard, and Blake Chaput.
2005 alum, Drew Phillips, and 2007 alum, Jeremiah Clark, reminisce about the “good ole days" of high school.
Last year, MPCS alums give morning devotions each day of homecoming week, including 2011 alum, Josh Jeans, seen here giving devotions on Wednesday.
We want to help make your reunion an event to remember! We have developed a guidebook to jump-start your planning and to make coordinating more organized and more manageable. Our goal is to help simplify the task of organizing your reunion by giving you helpful hints and ideas. To chair a class reunion and request an MPCS Class Reunion Guidebook, please contact John Braswell, Alumni Relations Manager.