Mira Costa PTSA
Mira Costa High School PTSA
Join a National Organization with a 120+ year history of being dedicated to the mission of making every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities for all children.
Who is Mira Costa PTSA?
Anyone can be a member of the Mira Costa Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA). Simply join annually online. The more members we have as a PTSA the stronger our voice is in support of families and students at the local, state and national level. In addition to membership, we rely on your donations to support all supplies and technology that teachers need on campus, community building events, facility improvements and more.
Representing the interests of all members is the Executive Board of the Mira Costa PTSA. The Board is an elected team of parents, teachers, administrators and students who meet the first Thursday of every month to discuss ideas and collaborate on how to maintain and improve the student experience at Mira Costa. We are committed to representing all students and we want to hear your ideas and questions. Please contact Presidents, Carolyn Mukai or Pennie Stepczyk, any of the Executive Board members listed below or submit your question to [email protected] anytime.
Get Involved & Volunteer
We are always looking for volunteers to help with events, programs and more. Volunteering with the PTSA is a great way to give back, get involved and meet some new friends. If you are interested in learning more, please fill out this short interest form or contact VP of Volunteers, Patrice Radden
Join Us for Our Quarterly General Membership Meetings
Everyone is invited to join us for PTSA General Membership Meetings which are held quarterly on dates which will be published during the first few weeks of school. Please check the school calendar on the Mira Costa Website for dates, times and locations. Join us to hear what is happening around Mira Costa, how the PTSA budget is benefiting your children and more. These meetings are a fantastic opportunity to raise questions or provide feedback.