Mulberry High School is committed to preparing all students to become productive members of society through rigorous and relevant instruction.
Blue and White
Rising midst the blue and white ‘neath the Mulberry tree stands our dear old alma mater proud for all to see. Mulberry, we love you so dearly, strong within our mind. Long may live our alma mater standing through all time.
About the Community
Mulberry is located in Polk County in central Florida. Mulberry is strategically situated at the crossroads of Tampa’s dynamic eastward expansion and Lakeland’s face paced southward growth. Phosphate mining and processing is the state’s third largest industry, and Mulberry is the official Phosphate Capital of the World. The mines around Mulberry supply 80% of the nation’s and a third of the world’s demands for the essential fertilizer ingredient. Mosaic Corp., the largest phosphate producer in the world, as well as CF Chemical are among our corporate phosphate neighbors. Master Containers, Inc., the largest foam cup and container plant headquartered in Florida, is another corporation what proudly calls Mulberry home. Mulberry is also the home town of the giant Badcock Home Furniture and More; headquarters for 356 stores located throughout the South. The larger metropolitan areas of Orlando and Tampa are both within easy commuting distance.
Schoolwide Policies and Procedures
6:54-2:00 Warning Bell 6:54 – Tardy Bell 7:00
Please bring your picture ID with you each time you come to campus. You cannot enter campus or pick up your child without it. This policy is for the safety and welfare of your child as well as all children and staff members.
Visitor passes are necessary to enter campus during the school day. All visitors must sign-in at the school through the front office.
Bus changes are announced at the conclusion of every school day to the students in the classroom. There is also a bus change board at the bus landing in the front of the school. Changes occur often; it is imperative that students listen for and look for changes.
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