Message from MHS principal

Dear Minden High School Alumni, Future Alumni, and Citizens of Minden,

It is always a pleasure to take this opportunity to welcome everyone to a truly exciting time at Minden High School. Homecoming is so much more than an exciting day in the life of a school. It is a time to rekindle old friendships, make new friends, experience an exciting athletic event, and take the opportunity to reflect on old memories and make new ones.

Minden High School is rich in traditions and the homecoming week of festivities is one of my favorites. 

Over the past few years, we were saddened to have to cancel many of our homecoming traditions. This year, we are happy to reintroduce many of our traditions including the school-sponsored parade, floats, dance, and alumni tea and tours. We are excited to welcome home the following classes: 1962, 1972, 1982, 1992, 2002, and 2012.

Although Minden High School may not look exactly like our alumni remember it, we are still the home of the Mighty Crimson Tide! This year, our guests will notice the new construction that is taking place on the north side of the campus. Thanks to the residents of Minden, we will soon have a new facility housing our JROTC program, classrooms, weight room, and gym. 

We look forward to seeing everyone at the alumni tea and tour (Friday from 10:00-11:00), the parade which will start at 3:30 downtown, the game Friday night (pregame starts at 6:00 and game time is at 7:00), and at any other festivities that are planned to make your 2022 Homecoming weekend memorable.

We are so proud of our Crimson Tide football team and we encourage all of you to make plans to pack the stands as we battle the North DeSoto Griffins!

I encourage you to join us during this memorable week. Minden is truly a great place to call home and Tiders are the greatest citizens!


Dr. Rebecca T. Wilson, Principal

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