• Student Of The Month   Nov

    Student Of The Month Nov

  • Teach Like A Pirate

    Teach Like A Pirate

  • Rock Your School 2

    Rock Your School 2

  • Educator Of The Year

    Educator Of The Year

  • Welcome To Our House

    Welcome To Our House

  • SADD Dance

    SADD Dance

  • Limo Ride 1

    Limo Ride 1

  • RCA!

    RCA!

  • NHS Canned Food Drive

    NHS Canned Food Drive

  • MMS Leader Board 5

    MMS Leader Board 5

  • MMS Attendance

    MMS Attendance

  • Rock Your School 1

    Rock Your School 1

  • Winter Break

    Winter Break

  • Social Media

    Social Media

Welcome to Monrovia Middle!

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  • Bulldog Fetch
    8/1 - Online Enrollment Opens
    8/1 - New Families Enroll 1-7PM
    8/5 - Back to School Night beginning at 5:30 pm
    8/7 - First Student Day


      pdf School Supply List
  • pdf NEW! School Supply List

    Greetings MMS Families!

    The month of October was amazing at MMS with wonderful things happening in and out of the classrooms!  We started the month with awarding all of our students who did not receive an office referral during the 1st 9 weeks with a movie viewing in our beautiful auditorium.  Each quarter we will reward those students who are making good choices with a surprise activity. This does reset each 9 weeks, so if a student does not earn it the first quarter he or she has the chance to earn it later in the year.  We also awarded the students who earned Perfect Attendance during the 1st 9 weeks. Each student that met the criteria had their name in a drawing for a gift card to Farmhouse Brew and Emma Pridemore was our winner! We will do this each quarter to encourage school attendance. 

    MMS held our first House competition of the year in October, focusing on our athletic skills.  The Houses participated in a dodgeball tournament with Volharding being our victor. The kids and staff had an amazing time working together as a team and practicing good sportsmanship!

    Our 7th grade students visited Bradford Woods before fall break and learned team building skills, cooperative learning strategies, went canoeing and hiking.  It is so fun to be with the kids outside of school and have the opportunity to get to know them in a different setting.  

    November will start with a Spirit Week Fundraiser for the Disabled American Veterans.  Students can pay $1 to participate for the week. This will also be a House Competition, with the House raising the most money earning 50 points!  Our dress-up days will be:

    Monday, November 4th:  PJ Day

    Tuesday, November 5th: Hat Day

    Wednesday, November 6th: Wacky Sock Day/Red for Education Day

    Thursday, November 7th: Support Your Favorite Armed Forces Day

    Friday, November 8th:  Red, White and Blue Day 

    The week will conclude with our annual district Veterans’ Day program.  This has become a tradition at Monrovia and something I look forward to each school year.  The program will begin at 9 am in the high school gym and any family or friends are welcome to attend as we honor our veterans. 

    Please remember that school will not be in session due to Thanksgiving Break Wednesday, November 27th - Friday, November 29th. I hope you are able to enjoy that time with your family and friends. 

    I want to thank each of you for your continued support of MMS.  Our staff is working very hard to positively impact students and help them to achieve their goals and we could not do it without you!  For the most up to date information please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter!

    Becky McPherson

    Principal













  • About Us

    We are located in Monrovia, Indiana which is approximately 20 miles southwest of Indianapolis. We are a growing community south of Interstate 70 on State Road 39.

    Our Mission

    Monrovia Middle School strives to prepare students to meet the challenges of today, to become productive citizens and life-long learners by providing an appropriate standards-based curriculum in a safe, supportive environment where students can achieve academic, social, and behavioral success.

    We, as educators, pledge:
    • Students will demonstrate excellence and proficiency in all curricular areas as outlined in the Indiana State Standards.
    • Staff members will participate in a variety of strategies to increase professional skill thus promoting educational growth for themselves and their students.
    • Staff members will engage in an aggressive campaign to increase the student body’s proficiency in the communication skills of reading and writing.

    The beliefs of the faculty and staff of Monrovia Middle School are:

    • We believe in the achievement of all students
    • We study, share, and implement best practices effectively and with fidelity for the betterment of our students and staff
    • We do what's best for kids all the time
  • Parents of 8th graders,

    The 2018-2019 21st Century Scholars Program offers income-eligible Hoosier students up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana college or university after they graduate from high school.  This is a great opportunity for our 8th graders to start earning money for college now!

    Twenty-First Century Scholars information
      pdf Enrollment Information Flyer
      pdf Enrollment Application Worksheet
     Website Link

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