Mission College Preparatory High School

Background

Mission College Preparatory High School was formed in San Luis Obispo in 1983 by a group of parents, Rev. Jim Nisbet, and Bishop Thaddeus Shubsda, although it traces its roots back to 1876. MCP offers a number of Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) courses, extracurricular activities, and college counseling services. Michael Susnank currently serves as principal for the school’s 350 students.

Updates

About the Green Churches Initiative

Inspired by Pope Francis’ message of environmental stewardship in his encyclical Laudato Si, Greenpower began our Green Churches Initiative in 2016 in collaboration with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Monterey of California and Santa Cruz-based energy efficiency and solar experts Mynt Systems. Our goal is to transform Diocese churches and schools into beacons of sustainable energy production by installing renewable energy systems like solar as well as energy efficiency measures like LED lighting retrofits. Not only will this help protect the environment, it will help save the Diocese millions of dollars that can be used for education and charitable ministries.

News

Energy Assessment Completed

On December 5, 2016, Mynt Systems visited Mission College Preparatory High School and assessed their appliances, light fixtures, heating and ventilation, and roof space to begin analyzing their energy use patterns and put together an effective and personalized energy efficiency and solar system project proposal.

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Energy Assessment Scheduled

Mission College Preparatory High School has taken the next step in embracing energy efficiency and solar by scheduling Mynt Systems to perform a full audit of their appliances, light fixtures, heating and ventilation, and roof space for energy efficiency retrofits and solar on December 5, 2016.

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First Steps

Mission College Preparatory High School sent representatives to a Greenpower presentation on November 3, 2016 at Nativity of Our Lady Parish in San Luis Obispo about the Green Churches Initiative from the Catholic Diocese of Monterey, Mynt Systems, and the Romero Institute, where they learned how they could drastically reduce their electricity bills while answering Pope Francis’ call for environmental stewardship.

Impacts

65

Number of Possible Participating Locations

5.6M

Annual Anticipated Electricity Savings (kWh)

3.6M

Annual Anticipated CO2 Emissions Reduction (lbs)

$942K

Annual Anticipated Electricity Bill Savings

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