Morris Innovative High School

About Us

Serving about 300 students in grades 9-12, this high school features a non-traditional, small-school setting with student-specific learning opportunities and a focus on Project Based Learning.

The small-school environment and engaging learning plans for students are designed to emerse students in authentic work that interests the student, provide real-world experiences, and allow students to improve 21st Century skills. MIHS offers an exciting, non-traditional approach to helping students fulfill state graduation requirements in a four-year time frame.

 

School Hours & Bell Schedule

School Hours: 9:10 am – 4:19 pm

Daily Bell Schedule 2014 - 2015

Time Period

9:10

1st Morning Bell Rings

9:15 - 10:50

1st Block

10:54 - 12:29

2nd Block

12:29 - 2:40

3rd Block

12:29 - 12:54

1st Lunch

12:59 - 1:24

2nd Lunch

1:29 - 1:54

3rd Lunch

2:44 - 4:19

4th Block

4:19

Last Bell - Dismissal

 

M,W - A Day
T,Th - B Day
F - Rotates

 

Breakfasts and Lunches

Breakfast

.85¢ students

$1.35 non-students

Lunch

$1.75 students

$2.65 non-students

 

Title 1 Funding Awarded

We are excited to qualify for Title 1 funding, which will allow our schools to better provide for the students. The funding will be used for much-needed tools and resources such as after school tutoring, science projects (frog and fetal pig dissection), books for the English Department and informational posters in the classrooms. Carol Griggs is the Title 1 Coordinator, organizing the effort to purchase needed materials, always with the focus in mind that "graduation is the goal for each student."

 

Unique to MIHS

After-School Tutoring

Due to funds awarded by Title 1, we are happy to be able to offer students after-school tutoring sessions in any of their subjects. Three teachers are available every afternoon Monday–Thursday to assist students.

Tutoring is open to all students and free of charge.

 

Academic Advisors

Each student has an academic advisor who works with him or her to ensure that the student is doing what is necessary to earn a high school diploma