This paper is focused on the analysis of effects of mistuning on the forced response of gas turbine engine bladed disks vibrating in the frequency ranges corresponding to higher modes. For high modes considered here, the blade aerofoils are deformed during vibrations and the blade mode shapes differ significantly from beam mode shapes. A model reduction technique is developed for the computationally efficient and accurate analysis of forced response for bladed disks vibrating in high-frequency ranges. The high-fidelity finite element (FE) model of a tuned bladed disk sector is used to provide primary information about dynamic properties of a bladed disk, and the blade mistuning is modeled by specially defined mistuning matrices. The forced response displacement and stress amplitude levels are studied. The effects of different types of mistuning are examined, and the existence of high amplifications of mistuned forced response levels is shown for high-mode vibrations: in some cases, the resonance peak response of a tuned structure can be lower than out-of-resonance amplitudes of its mistuned counterpart.