Graduation Information

Friday, May 27
  • Senior Breakfast (8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m.) - Students must arrive by 8:30 a.m. for attendance
  • Graduation Practice (9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.) - tickets will be handed out at practice

Saturday, May 28

  • Seniors arrive at MHS (9:45 a.m.)
  • Doors open for guests (10:00 a.m.)
  • Graduation Ceremony (11:00 a.m.)
  • Return Caps & Gowns (12:30 p.m.)

Graduation Attire (School appropriate)

  • Males - slacks/dress shirt/nice shoes
  • Females - slacks/skirt/dress/nice shoes

Graduation Tickets - Each student will be provided with 7 tickets at graduation practice. Students who need handicap seating tickets (up to 2) need to see Mr. Fellow, Mrs. Manion, or Dr. Disney at graduation practice.


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.


MHS Assistant Principal Jennifer Perkins Honored

MHS Assistant Principal Jennifer Perkins was named 2016 High School Division Central-West District Administrator of the Year School by the Indiana Association of Student Councils . Perkins was nominated by MHS Student Council students and faculty.


Important Dates

  • Fri., May 27 - Senior Breakfast & Graduation Practice
  • Sat., May 28 - Graduation - 11:00 a.m.


MHS Winter Percussion Ensemble

The 2016 Mooresville Winter Percussion Ensemble qualified for the Indiana Percussion Association State Finals.


Read the Latest Edition of the MHS Pioneer News

To read the latest edition of the MHS Pioneer News, click here.  The Pioneers News is a newletter about Mooresville High School that is created by Imprint Media Services, MHS' Public Relations class.


Mooresville Students Receive Youth as Resources Grant

Mrs. Spear’s Class was recognized at the school board meeting for receiving a Youth as Resources Grant. The students plan to create and distribute dental kits to those in need. Representing the class at the school board meeting were Alex Bustos, McKayla Boller, and teacher Mr. Ervin.  





MHS Top 20 Announced

Congratulations go to the seniors who earned spots in the 2016 MHS Top 20! They are Abbey Collester, Austin Long, Carissa Ooley, Elizabeth Young, Emma Kivett, Ethan Hall, Haley Wilson, Jamie Grass, Kristin Worth, Lily Pollard, Loran Carlton, Makenzie Bailey, Margaux Zook, Megan Phillips, Michael Laurendine, Morgan Wilson, Olivia Austermiller, Reagan Roberson, Sarah Head, and Savanna Hunter. 




2016 Commencement Photo Information

We are in the process of collecting pictures to be displayed at commencement. You are eligible to submit one childhood photo (ages 0-12) and one teen photo. Pictures may be submitted via email. They can be sent to Photos will also be accepted via hard copy. Please place the hard copies in an envelope along with student information form, and drop off in Mr. Marine's Room (A113).


MHS Chamber Orchestra Groups Awarded Gold Ratings

The two Chamber Ensembles performed music from a required list of Group 1 music. The required list is formed every five years by a committee of music educators. Group 1 is the highest level group in which students can participate, and the group must qualify for State at the District level. The Mooresville High School Chamber Ensembles performed at the District Solo & Ensemble Contest on February 6th at Avon High School, in which they received Gold Ratings.


2016 Wagon Trails Yearbook Senior Advertisements

Congratulations! After twelve years and much hard work, your senior is about to graduate from Mooresville High School.

The Wagon Trails Yearbook will once again give parents and guardians the opportunity to purchase senior ads. Click here to view order form and additional ordering information.


MHS Student Receives Art Award

Congratulations to freshman, Julia Frone, for receiving honorable mention in the 11th Annual Hungington University High School Art Exhibit.


The 39th Annual Richard G. Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow's Leaders

The Richard G. Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow's Leaders at the University of Indianapolis, hosted by the Lugar Academy, brings together top high school juniors from around the state for a day of expert discussion on pressing public issues and world events. On December 5, 2015, almost 500 high school juniors from across Indiana attended the 39th annual Richard G. Lugar Symposium for Tomorrow’s Leaders at the University of Indianapolis. MHS students attending were Nick Phillips, Trinity Jackson, and Renee Majeski.


Mooresville High School Announces 97.2% Graduation Rate

Mooresville High School is proud to announce the Graduation Rate for the Class of 2015 was 97.2%!  This represents an increase from 90.9% in 2014 and 88.3% in 2013.  The Indiana Graduation Rate for 2015 was 88.9%.  Congratulations to the MHS Class of 2105!  This achievement was made possible by the hard work of the students, teachers, staff, and parents. For more information from Indiana Department of Education on Graduation Rates, click here.


Seniors Should Complete FAFSA by March 10

Remember the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) needs to be completed and submitted online at by March 10, 2016 if you plan to attend college in the 2016-2017 school year.


Yearbooks On Sale Now

Yearbooks are on sale now. Visit -order #40256. You may also call Herff Jones at 1-866-287-3096.


Explanation of Skyward Grading Period

We have received some questions about how to understand the Gradebook in Skyward.  Click this link for an explanation of all of the grading columns in Skyward and some helpful hints for navigating the Gradebook page.  There is also a description of semester grades calculations for this year which is cumulative grade over the entire semester with each quarter grade counting as 7% of the final grade.  If you have a question about a grade in a specific class, please contact the teacher.


Rachel's Challenge

Learn more about this inspiring program at MHS on Wednesday, Oct. 21.


MHS Announces National Merit Commended Scholar and 2015 Indiana Outstanding High School Student of Spanish Award Recipient


 Congratulations to Haley Wilson on scoring in the top 5% of all juniors on last year's PSAT!  Check out the full press release. Haley is also a recipient of the 2015 Indiana Outstanding High School Student of Spanish Award. View the full press release.

Pictured with Haley are her parents, James and Barbara, MHS Principal Dr. Brian Disney, and Guidance Director Michelle Mitchel.


Skyward Student Information System

At Mooresville Schools, we are upgrading our student information system to provide more options and better information access to our families. The new Skyward system will replace the Harmony system for access to studentgrades, attendance, and other information. Learn more about Skyward   See Skyward Login Page


Important School Information

Get a 2015-16 School Year Calendar.  MHS policies and procedures are found in the Student Handbook.  Policies and procedures for the MCSC one-to-one laptop program are found in the Laptop Policy and Information Guide.


Important Traffic Reminders

To help keep students safe traveling to and from school and to keep traffic flowing smoothly, please check our Arrival/Dismissal Traffic Maps. 


Celebrating Mooresville Heroes

Check out our photo album of the grand opening of the MHS turf field. It was a beautiful night as we officially opened the field and honored active military, veterans, police, fire and EMS.


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. 


MHS Administrators Welcome Back Students

The MHS Administrative Team welcomed students back to school on the first day.  They set expectations with the "Blue & Gold Rules" and "Are You on Track?"  They also discussed the new semester grading policy and school policies.  Read the presentations to the Class of 2016Classes of 2017 & 2018, and Class of 2019.  


Information for Area 31 Career Center Participants

Students who participate in Area 31 Career Center programs at Ben Davis High School should review this Student Letter.  The Area 31 school calendar differs from the MHS calendar. Students are expected to attend Area 31 when they are in session.