Upcoming Events

Aug. 22 District
Neil Armstrong Gr. 3-6 Open House   6:00pm
Aug. 23 District
PHMS Fall Sports Photos   3:00pm
Sep. 2 District
Labor Day - No School   8:00am
Sep. 6 District
Mid-Term Grades   3:00pm
Sep. 20 District
MHS Homecoming (Parade 5pm; Game 7pm)   5:00pm
Oct. 4 District
End of Grading Period   8:00am
Oct. 11 District
Fall Break - No School   8:00am
Oct. 14 District
Fall Break - No School   8:00am
Oct. 15 District
Fall Break - No School   8:00am
Oct. 16 District
Fall Break - No School   8:00am
Oct. 17 District
Fall Break - No School   8:00am
Oct. 18 District
Fall Break - No School   8:00am
Welcome to MHS for the 2019-20 School Year

Read Dr. Disney's Opening Letter to Parents which includes important information about registration days, back-to-school/meet the teacher night, school pictures, vaccinations, medications, reporting absences, student dress, and student parking.

New Student Enrollments (did not attend MCSC last spring) should call the guidance office at 317-831-9203 to schedule an appointment.

Student Registration Days for all MHS students are:

  • Thursday, July 25th from 12:00 p.m.—7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, July 31st from 10:00 a.m.—2:30 p.m.
  • To speed up the registration process, complete required forms prior to arrival.


Click here for MHS student handbook, athletic handbook, drug testing policy, and curriculum guides.

Click here for parent drop-off and pick-up procedures.  Please note that the Indiana Street Entrance is one-way Entrance from 7:15-8:00 a.m. and one-way Exit from 2:30-3:00.

Back-to-school information for all MHS schools is available here.

Click here for school information about food services and making deposit in food account. Click here for menus.

Click here for the MHS Freshman Parent Survival Guide.


MHS Office Hours

School Year Office Hours starting Friday, August 2 = 7:00-3:30


Class of 2020 Senior Photo Information

As part of our school-wide contract, Mooresville Schools has contracted Pettit Photography to take photos of all of our seniors for the yearbook and for our commencement ceremony. While the senior is recognized onstage, the senior's yearbook photo will be on the screen. No purchase is necessary to have this photo taken; however, in order to maintain consistency, a photo taken by Pettit Photography is required. Please click here for the dates and times when Pettit will be at MHS to take photos of our seniors.

Upcoming MHS Events:
  • Tue, 8/6 – Meet the Teacher Open House (6:30-8:00)
  • Wed, 8/7 – Picture Day
E-Cigarette/Vaping Information

Learn about the dangers of e-cigarettes/vaping and about how to quit. Click here for an information flier.


Parents/Guardians of MHS Incoming Seniors

It is a state requirement for all students entering the 12th grade to have a second Meningococcal Vaccine and two Hepatitis A Vaccines before the first day of school.  All Students entering the 12th grade should have these immunizations before the first day of school in AugustIf your student is current on their immunizations, please bring their updated immunization record to school as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please call 317-831-9203 ext. 6015.


Scheduling for 2019-20 School Year

Scheduling for the 2019-20 School Year is beginning in January.  For more information about scheduling, graduation requirement, career pathways, and the wide array of course options at MHS, click here to access the 2019-20 Curriculum Guide.



          Student Last Names Grades 9-12


317-831-9206 fax

Michelle Mitchel

       School Counselor: A-Fe

ext. 6009

Amy Colbert

       School Counselor: Fi-Me

ext. 6011

Sarah Iams

       School Counselor: Mi-S

ext. 6012

Laura Mikesell

       MHS School Counseling Director: T-Z




Teacher of the Quarter Winners: 

BRANDON LEWIN – This teacher is very comforting and respectful to all students. He finds a way to always encourage us on a daily basis.  Once we learned about Depression of angles, he made us all laugh and learn at the same time - - that’s not an easy thing to doJ.  He is well deserving of Teacher of the Quarter.

MELISSA BURGER –  This teacher deserves Teacher of the Month because she is always so kind and understanding.  She makes it easy to learn and seems to always have a positive attitude. We really appreciate that she is always helpful and is not quick to anger.  She makes MHS a better place to be.

KELLY BLACKWELL – This teacher is an amazing teacher. She is always understanding of her students and pushes them to learn the material, even when most of them do not want to. She understands life gets in the way of school sometimes and does not hold that against you. And in my opinion she is perfect for this nomination.

DIANA DICKERSON  - This teacher brings it every day.  She makes learning fun and she teaches interesting things. Every time I ask her for advice or for help, she's always spot on with a good response. She's super nice and trustworthy, and overall a great teacher.  She deserves to be Teacher of the Quarter.

TORI McCREARY -  This teacher makes MHS a better place.  She deserves this award because she is easy to talk to and does not get as much recognition as she should for how much she does for all of her students and her leadership with FFA. She devotes so much of her time to FFA and making sure that we enjoy our high school experience. This is why she should be teacher of the quarter!

ALICIA RICHHART – This teacher is very deserving of Teacher of the Quarter because she is constantly going out of way to find new ways to teach in order to have all of her students understand Spanish.  She is approachable and I look forward to her class daily.



MISSY WYMER-  This staff member deserves SUPPORT STAFF of the Quarter because she does an amazing job taking care of ALL of our students on a daily basis.  She can be put in some tough situations when a student has an emergency need and she always handles the situation with great calmness and great care for the student involved. We are also very thankful to work with a person who brings joy to the job on a daily basis.

TERRY & JANET -  This custodial duo make MHS a better place every day.  They have stepped up when the custodial staff has been short handed to do the things that need to be done to keep the school looking great.  We appreciate their hard work, great efforts, and dedication to make our school one of the BEST! 


Check Out the Latest Edition of the 18-19 MHS Newsletter

Click here to read the latest edition of the 2018-19 MHS Newsletter.  Articles include:

  • Thanks to Class of 2019 and Good Luck
  • Senior Awards Night
  • Top 22 Seniors
  • Prom and Post Prom pictures
  • Class of 2019 pictures
BPA 2018-19 Region Competition winners/state qualifiers

Chloe Cowgur, Chris Lamberson, Katelyn Piche, Elise Scaggs, Abby Moore, Emma Moore, Sam Henderson, Jonah Cordray, Donovan Devault, Emilie Reynolds, Hannah Wallace, Dixon Ramey, Olivia Brimmage, and Sara Moore


2019 Yearbooks are on Sale Now

2019 Yearbooks are on sale now! The cost is $45 for the month of November. Order soon, because on December 1, the price will increase to $55. Visit www.yearbookordercenter.com – the Order Number is 40256. 

The Yearbook Staff is currently accepting senior ads from parents and guardians. The deadline to place a senior advertisement is November 16, 2018. Click here to access order form.

BPA Fall Leadership Conference at Ivy Tech Community College
MHS Homecoming Court


Guys – Hody McBryar, Brock Gibson

Girls – Suzy Head, Corinne Cowgur


Guys – Breken Greene, Andrew Neff

Girls – Ellie Brill, Lily Wymer


Guys – Brayden Evans, Justin Gifford

Girls – Faith Scaggs, Lexi Curry


Guys – Paul Freer, Karson Goodman, Steve Finn

Girls – Taylor Robertson, Camille Gonzalez, Megan Greenwell


MHS Homecoming - "A Journey Through the Mooresville Time Machine"

Mooreville vs. Franklin Community on Friday, September 21st, at 7:00p.m. The homecoming dance will be on Saturday, September 22nd, from 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Spirit Days for Homecoming Week:

  • Monday - USA Day
  • Tuesday - Pajama Day
  • Wednesday - Class Color Day
  • Thursday - Throwback Thursday
  • Friday - Blue and Gold Day

Click here for detailed information about the game, dance, parade, powderfull tournament, bonfire, float building, and t-shirts.


MHS Staff fired up and ready to go on the first day of school





CIESC to Provide Driver Education

Mooresville HS is partnering with CIESC to provide Driver Education opportunities for our students starting this summer.  Classes are available both in-person and online.  We are hosting an Information Open House on Wednesday, May 2, from 4:00-6:00.  Please enter Door 1 to attend.  Click here for more information about this summer's program.


Teacher and Support Staff of the Quarter Winners: 

BARB GODDARD – This teacher is dedicated to EVERY students overall experience in the VLC.  She deserves this honor because she works tirelessly to help teachers in the VLC, wrangle Ben Davis students, and help to ensure ALL students are tested while supporting the teachers proctoring tests. She is one part of the puzzle that ensures everything runs as smoothly as it does at MHS.

CRAIG RAY – This teacher deserves this honor because he has helped out so much with every single sport here at MHS. He works consistently during school hours and after to build the best student athletes we can possibly have at MHS. Seeing the overall increase in numbers demonstrates that students are buying into his program, but it also speaks to what they think of him as an educator, trainer, and coach.  He is very deserving of Teacher of the Quarter.

ANDREA WOODSON – This teacher is an amazing teacher.  She is always willing to stop everything and help. I've came to her for help after school, and she's very nice and understanding about being absent. Also, she is super organized which is always nice!  She is very deserving of Teacher of the Quarter.

MATT BOSWORTH  - This teacher deserves teacher of the quarter because he is very active in the school and spends countless of hours making sure events are run smoothly.  He does a good job in organizing activities to help keep the climate of our building positive. 

MARY BETH BROWN  -  This staff member deserves SUPPORT STAFF of the Quarter because she helps many students to succeed in Credit Recovery and has great patience with her students. She is a very kind and caring coworker to all!  Her positive attitude is contagious. 

HOSA State Leadership Conference

Four MHS students, Jacob Allen, Hannah Britt, Carson Dougherty, and Matthew Lowe, attended the HOSA State Leadership Conference in Indianapolis April 9-11. HOSA is a national organization for future health professionals and this is Mooresville’s first year with a HOSA chapter. Junior Hannah Britt placed 2nd in Physical Therapy and 3rd in Prepared Speaking, qualifying for the National Leadership Conference in June. Senior Jacob Allen placed in the top 10 for Pharmacology. All students represented Mooresville well and learned valuable lessons on leadership and the future of healthcare in Indiana.



Congratulations to Divers Sadie Mills & Hunter Ongay

Sadie finished 16th at the IHSAA State Diving Finals making her the first place winner in school history at the state meet. Sadie was in 17th place after the first 5 dives when the field of 32 was cut to 20 divers. On her 8th dive, she needed a high score to move into 16th place and make the finals which she did by 0.20 points.


Hunter was the 2017-2018 Sectional Champion with a new 11 dive school record. He continued on this journey to place 3rd in the regional competition in Bloomington. Hunter was seeded 16th going in to the state meet with his regional score. Hunter performed very consistently throughout all rounds of diving and was able pick up 5 spots moving on to finals and placing 11th overall. This placing by Mr. Ongay put Mooresville in the record books as the 36th placing team in the state of Indiana for 2018 just ahead of schools such as Noblesville and Avon. Hunter placed 19th as a Junior and was able to final as a senior and improve greatly on his scoring. Hunter will be attending Ball State University in the Fall of 2018 to continue his diving career and study Telecommunications.


Congrats to Sadie, Hunter, and Coach Ervin!

Congratulations to MHS Senior Jalen Comer

Jalen paved his way to the state finals with 1st place finishes in sectionals and regionals. At the IHSAA Wrestling State Finals he medaled with a 4th place finish. Congrats to Jalen and Coaches Mikesell and Flater!








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!



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.


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.


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.