|Mooresville High School||Paul Hadley Middle School||Neil Armstrong Elementary||Newby Elementary|
|North Madison Elementary||Northwood Elementary||Waverly Elementary||Education Center|
Mooresville Consolidated School Corporation consists of one high school (grades 9-12), one middle school (grades 7-8), and five elementary schools (grades k-6). The school district also has college credit, credit recovery, and online course options for high school students.
The district includes residents of Brown, Harrison, and Madison Townships in Morgan County, Indiana. More than 4,500 students attend Mooresville schools. The links above will direct you to each of our school's websites.
The creation of Mooresville High School in 1861 by the Society of Friends paved the way for outstanding education in Mooresville. MHS, one of the first high schools in the state of Indiana, was a boarding academy with students renting rooms from area residents. The Friends Academy building, which sits on the Newby Memorial Elementary School campus, has been restored and is listed on the National Historic Register. Later the building was deeded to the community and became Indiana's only privately funded school building that was open to public education. The building now serves as a local history museum as well as the offices of the Community Foundation of Morgan County. Also on the Newby campus is the original Mooresville HIgh School Gynmasium Building or the "Newby Dome." The gymnasium was built in the early 1920s with help from Mooresville residents who each contributed $100 to help build the facility. Mooresville's school and community ties continue to this day with strong partnerships to benefit community youth during the school day and beyond.
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