Governor Mifflin High School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and
Secondary Schools and by the PA Department of Education.
The Governor Mifflin High School prepares students for a life-long process of learning by providing opportunities to achieve academic excellence, to understand the rights and responsiblities of the individual in a democratic society, to become self-reliant, to work effectively with others and to experience a wide range of activities in addition to the academic curriculum. The faculty and staff believes that a cooperative effort which includes students, professional and support staff, parents, school board and community is essential in promoting students' intellectual, emotional, social and physical growth.
High school students are encouraged to choose a career path and fulfill the academic preparation for their chosen future, following the developmental Career Pathways program.
In Grades 9-12, students carry a minimum of five full-time courses and at least six credits. All students follow a six-day cycle for classroom instruction and are required to complete a pre-approved graduation project.