MHS Profile


Monrovia High School is accredited by the Indiana State Department of Public Instruction and earned a School Accountability Grade of (B) the past year. College Board has also recognized Monrovia High School as being an AP Honor Roll School.  In addition, Monrovia High School received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs for continued success with Foreign Exchange students. Monrovia is a four-year comprehensive public high school with an enrollment of 526 students.  The school year consists of two 18-week semesters.  The school day consists of seven periods and students are required to take seven courses.  The ethnic diversity is less than ten (10) percent.


A comprehensive guidance program is provided by two fully-certified counselors who are involved in educational, personal and vocational counseling both in groups and on an individual basis.  In addition, Monrovia High School utilizes the services of One Sensible Solution to assist and support any student who needs extra emotional assistance. 


The curriculum includes over 200 different course offerings and allows students to design academic programs to meet their individual needs.  Highlights of the rich course offerings at Monrovia High School include:

Advanced Placement: AP English Literature, AP English Language, AP U.S. History, AP Biology,
                                         AP Physics, AP Spanish, AP Music Theory,
                                         AP Computer 
Science, and AP Calculus 
     Dual Credit: Marketing and Entreprenuership 

     Project Lead the Way: Bio Medical, Human Body Systems, and Engineering
     Agriculture Science: Intro to Ag., Animal Science, Plant and Soil Science, and Agribusiness Management
     Career and Technical: Radio and Television Broadcasting, Foods and Nutrition, Child Development,
                                        Cadet Teaching,  and Building Trades 

     Area 31 Career Center: Located on the Ben Davis High School Campus with over 30 vocational offerings


Monrovia has an excellent extracurricular program that allows participation in 15 interschool sports plus band, choir, and academic competition events.  Monrovia is a member of the Indiana Crossroads Conference along with Park Tudor, Beech Grove, Ritter, Scecina, Lutheran, Triton Central, and Speedway. 
School Colors: Green & White.  School Mascot: Bulldog


National Honors Society 
Student Government
Hoosier Boys & Girls State
Robotics Club
Quiz Bowl and Brain Game
Science Club
National History Club
Sushine Club
Board Game Club


Enrollment: 526

Faculty: 35
Teacher Aides: 5
MIT (Alternative School): 20-30
The Crossing (Alternative School): 3-5
MHS Night School: 10-20 
Graduation Rate: 91%
Academic/Technical Honors: 37%
CORE 40: 37%
General Diploma: 17% 

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