Back to School Information:

 

Welcome to MHS for 2016-17 school year.  We are looking forward to another exciting year of learning, growing, and participating in traditions.  Find Dr. Disney's Back-to-School letter here.

 

School Office Hours: The MHS office will be open beginning Wednesday, July 20, from 7:30-3:00.  The MHS Office will be closed on Monday, August 1, from 11:30-1:00 due to training and on Wednesday, August 3, until 1:00 due to back-to-school meetings.  Starting Thursday, August 4, MHS office will be 7:00-3:30.

 

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 have moved into our district, please complete this inner-district new enrollment application
  • 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. 

 

Registration Day for returning Mooresville Students:  Wednesday, July 27, 8:30a.m.-2:00p.m. and Thursday, July 28, 2:00-7:00p.m.  Parents and students, please plan to attend together one of these days to update demographic information, pick-up schedule and locker information, receive your Chromebook, put money into lunch account, purchase a parking permit and all-sports pass, and walk the building.

 

First Day: The first day of school is Thursday, Aug. 4. Find a Printable 2016-2017 School Year Calendar here. 

 

Vaccinations: Seniors need a vaccination booster before the start of school. See the Vaccination Requirements here.  The Franciscan St. Francis Vaccination Clinic will be at Neil Armstrong Elementary on Sat., July 30, 9am to noon to assist with vaccinations – register at 317-528-6374 to ensure we have enough vaccine. 

 

Dismissal Time Change: To accommodate lunch changes at MHS/PHMS, all school dismissal times will change slightly for the 2016-17 school year. MHS and PHMS will dismiss at 2:40p.m. So buses have enough time to complete middle and high school routes, elementary schools will each dismiss 5 minutes later this fall.  

 

Open House/Meet the Teacher: Tuesday, August 9, 6:30-8:00p.m. with Freshmen Parent meeting at 6:15p.m. and Junior Parent meeting at 8:00p.m.

 

School Supplies for Families In Need: Families in need of assistance should plan to attend our School Supply Distribution on Saturday, July 30, 9am – noon at Neil Armstrong Elementary School. Please bring proof of current residence (utility bill, lease, etc.). Students are encouraged to attend so they can pick out their backpack – if your student cannot attend, please bring proof of enrollment such as a report card or letter from school.

 

MHS/PHMS Drop-Off and Pick-Up Procedures: The Indiana Street entrance is "Entrance Only" from 7:00-8:00 and "Exit Only" from 2:30-3:00 each day.  See the detailed drop-off/pick-up procedures here. 

 

See the 2016-17 Student Handook for school policies. 

 

Skyward Help Videos for Parents

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.

 

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.

 

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.

 

Commencement Photo Ordering

Graduation photos are available at:  events.lifetouch.com  

See gradtuation candids on our Facebook page

 

 

 

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 hs.broadcast@mooresvilleschools.org. 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.

 

 

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 

 

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. 

 

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.