2018 Wagon Trails Yearbook Senior Advertisements
The Wagon Trails Yearbook will once again give parents and guardians the opportunity to purchase senior ads. Every ad will be printed in color and with the desired message. Click here for additional information and to view the order form.
WSTC Transition Fair
The WSTC Transition Fair will take place at Chapel Hill 7th & 8th Grade Center on Tuesday, March 6th. Click here to view flyer for additional information.
Check Out the Latest Edition of the 17-18 MHS Newsletter
Click here to read the latest edition of the 2017-18 MHS Newsletter. Articles include:
- Indiana Adopts New Graduation Requirements
- Convocation at MHS
- News from guidance: scheduling & SAT/ACT info for juniors
- Twice as Nice Club sells prom dresses for $20
- Riley Dance Marathon is Tuesday, Feb. 6
- Highlights from Winter Homecoming
- Meet the newest staff members
Teacher and Support Staff of the Quarter Winners:
KIM ZOOK – This teacher is dedicated to EVERY students overall experience in the Science classroom. She deserves this honor because of all of the extra time she puts in after school working with her students to help them better understand their chemistry work. She often has multiple students staying after for help. She is willing to work late on a regular basis which helps bring out the best in her students.
LISA GOBEL – This teacher deserves this honor because she puts her students first and makes a great effort to give the best opportunities to all of her students. She makes class fun and makes the students want to engage. She mixes her class up so that we are not continually doing the same things. She is very personable and it is my favorite class because of her. She most definitely deserves this award!!
MICHAEL DILISIO – This teacher is an amazing teacher. He is always outgoing, fun, nice, and always gives help when you need it. He's very good at explaining things and is one of the best teachers I've ever had. He really loves his job and you can tell he does by his appearance and performance in the classroom every day. He is determined to help every student pass History.
DAN MIKESELL - This teacher has been an excellent addition to the MHS family. I have enjoyed his enthusiasm for teaching and for kids. He puts forth his best effort each day and it is contagious amongst his students and other faculty members around him. He has also done a great job leading the wrestling program.
LAURA WARTHEN - This staff member deserves SUPPORT STAFF of the Quarter because she does a great job addressing the IT needs of staff members around the building. She does so in a timely manner, and is always a joy to interact with. She's fantastic!
- 2/5 - 2/9 - National School Counseling Week
- 2/6 - Rilely Dance Marathon
- 2/8 - Club Picture Day
- 2/9 - Q3 Mid Term
- 2/12 - 2/16 - Hearing Screenings for Sophomores
- 2/26 - 3/9 - ISTEP+ Part l
- 3/8 and 3/9 - Drama Club Spring Play
- 3/10 - SAT
- 3/20 - Blood Drive
- 3/21 - Underclassmen Academic Awards Night
- 4/7 - Twice as Nice Prom Dress Resale
- 4/14 - ACT Test
- 4/21 - Alumni Banquet
- 4/28 - Prom
- 5/3 - Senior Awards Night
- 5/7 - Top 20 Banquet
- 5/14 - Physical Night
- 6/2 - Graduation
2019 NHS Induction Class
The National Honor Society Induction took place on December 17, 2017 at the Mooresville High School auditorium. A total of 57 students were accepted into this prestigious organization based on their scholarship, leadership, service and character. The goal of National Honor Society is to honor students who have acheived academic success and to instill the values of service and leadership. These students are expected to serve as excellent role models who demonstrate integrity and positive character. Over the next year and a half, these members will perform various service projects for the community, tutor other students, and assist others as needed.
Congratulations to the BPA for the outstanding performances on Saturday
18 students from MHS qualified for the state competition in March. 1st place finishers for MHS were Noah Bannister, Chris Lamberson, Kami Latimore, and Kameron Moorman. 2nd place winners were Jonah Cordray, Donovan Devault, Sam Henderson, Austin Richter, Kami Latimore, and Nikki Belton. Click here for the full list of winners.
Congratulations to Traci Ball and all of our students!
Congratulations to Jamie Stumpf on Being Named a Lilly Scholarship Award Winner
We're thrilled to announced that MHS senior Jamie Stumpf is a recipient of the Lilly Scholarship, the county's most prestigious scholarship. The Community Foundation of Morgan County visited MHS to congratulate Jamie, one of the the two recipients that were selected by Independent Colleges of Indiana, the statewide administrator of the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Program. In Jamie’s free time, she is a part of the Mooresville Orchestra as first chair violinist, on the softball team and National Honor’s Society. Congratulations, Jamie!
2018 Yearbooks are on Sale Now
2018 yearbooks are on sale now for $45 for the month of November. On December 1, all books will cost $55. To order a book, visit https://www.yearbookordercenter.com – use order #40256. You may also call toll free 866-287-3096.
Mooresville HS Earns a "High B"
MHS is proud to announce that we recently received a school grade of “88.6 B” from the Indiana Department of Education. Our grade is based upon 4 criteria: graduation rate, college and career readiness, ISTEP+ pass rate, and ISTEP+ growth. MHS earned all 100 points for our 93.2% graduation rate and for 79.5% of graduates earning college credit (though AP or dual credit classes) or an industry certification. We earned 51 points for our ISTEP+ pass rates and 92.1 points for ISTEP+ growth.
MHS 2017-18 Grade Bucket Explanation
Each semester has 5 grade buckets this year.
- Q1 – classroom grade for quarter 1
- SM1 – cumulative classroom grades for all 1st semester (86% of semester grade)
- QE1 – Quarter 1 Exam Grade
- SE1 – Cumulative Grade for Quarter 1 and Quarter 2 Exams (14% of semester grade)
- S1 – 1st Semester Grade (Grade that is included on a student’s transcript)
MHS Students Honored
Area 31 Career Center has named 3 MHS students Outstanding Students for Quarter 1. Congratulations to Jaden Harris - Auto Service, Kyler Swain - Health Occupations, and Cole Williams - Auto Service.
MHS Business Professionals of America Organization
On Tuesday, September 26th, the MHS BPA organization attended the Fall Leadership Conference at the Government Center in downtown Indianapolis. Thirty one students attended 4 different sessions throughout the day and learned the many aspects of the organization and what it takes to become an active member. The students will have their first competition December 9th against other schools in the region.
School Delay and Closing Information
Please click here for school delay and closing information.
2017-18 School Year is Off to a Great Start
If you are new to MHS please contact the Guidance Office. If you new to Mooresville and not living in our school district, you must first complete the Out-of District Enrollment Application. Click here for the Out-of-District Enrollment Application.
Click here to read Dr. Disney's Welcome Back Letter
Click here for the 2017-18 Student Handbook
Click here for detailed drop-off/pick-up procedures. The Indiana Street Entrance is "Entrance Only" from 7:15-8:00 and "Exit Only" from 2:30-3:00.
Click here for the 2017-18 School Calendar.
Students and parents are able to track student progress on Skyward, our student information system. 60-second videos are available to assist parents in using Skyward. Find the helpful Skyward videos for parents here.
Class of 2018 - Immunization Requirements
It is time to be thinking about immunizations for your 11th grader for the next school year. It is a requirement for all students entering the 12th grade to have a second Meningococcal Vaccine before the first day of school. All Students going into the 12th grade must have this immunization before the first day of school in August. Click here to view the 2017-18 Immunization Requirement Chart.
MHS Competition Cheer Dominating County Fairs
Congratulations to the MHS Competition Cheer Squad. They placed 1st out of 10 at Clinton County, 1st out of 3 at Delaware County, 1st out of 10 at Hendricks County, and 1st out of 3 at Putnam County. They will be competing at the State Fair Cheer Competition on Saturday, August 12th.
Mooresville Teacher of the Year & Finalist for Indiana Teacher of Year
Congratulations to MHS teacher, Mrs. Sharon Eickhoff, on being selected as Mooresville Teacher of the Year! Additionally, Mrs. Eickhoff has been named 1 of 59 finalists for the Indiana Teacher of the Year! Pictured: MHS Assistant Principal Mrs. Jennifer Perkins, MHS Principal Dr. Brian Disney, Mrs. Sharon Eickhoff, Superintendent Dr. David Marcotte, Director of Curriculum Mrs. Holly Frye, and MHS Assistant Principal Wes Upton.
2-Hour Delay Schedules
Click here to view the 2-hour delay schedule for MHS.
Click here to view the 2-hour delay schedule for Area 31.
MHS School Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
New Student Enrollment: PLEASE complete the correct online application below for your situation and then contact your child's school to make an appointment to bring required paperwork and/or set up a student schedule.
- If you already have students at Mooresville Schools and need to add a new student to your household, please log into Skyward and complete the "new enrollment" tab.
- If you are considering an out-of-district enrollment, click here for information and an application.
Completing an online application is not a guarantee of enrollment. Please be sure to follow up with your school to complete an accepted enrollment.
Upton Named MHS Assistant Principal
At the July school board meeting, Wes Upton was recommended by administration and approved by the board to be the new Assistant Principal at Mooresville HS. Learn more
Mossbrucker Returning at MHS Director of Athletics
A familiar face will return to the sidelines of Mooresville athletic events this fall. Mike Mossbrucker, who served as Mooresville Director of Athletics from 1998-2011, was recommended by administrators and approved by the board to return to the Director of Athletics position for the Pioneers. Learn more
MHS Principal Dr. Brian Disney Recognized by Peers
MHS Principal Dr. Brian Disney was one of 12 high school principals nominated for the Indiana Principal of the Year. Awards will be given in November by the Indiana Principals Association. Dr. Disney credits the faculty, staff, and students for the great things happening at MHS.
Texting & Social Media 101 for Parents
Read our Texting and Social Media 101 for Parents handout to learn some of the latest trends and help you begin a
conversation with your child about the importance of cyber safety.