• Snowball Dance

    Snowball Dance

  • Fall Pep Session

    Fall Pep Session

  • Area 31 Open House

    Area 31 Open House

Welcome to Monrovia Middle!

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  • Bulldog Fetch
    7/30 - Online Enrollment Opens
    8/2 - New Families Enroll 1-7PM
    8/8 - First Student Day
    8/9 - Back to School Night 6:30PM
  • Good Afternoon MMS Parents and Guardians!

    We hope everyone had an enjoyable winter break and are getting back into the routine of school as the second semester begins!  We have a lot of exciting things happening over the next month, so let’s get started!

    Our MMS musical has been cast and rehearsals have begun for Willy Wonka, Jr. One way our drama department will be earning funds for this amazing event is the first annual MMS Talent Show in our Performing Arts Center coming up on January 18th with doors opening at 5:45 pm.  Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults, children 4 and under are free.  Tickets can be purchased at the door.  We hope to see you there!

    Our MMS cheerleaders are sponsoring the annual Snowball Dance on Saturday, January 19th beginning at 7 pm and ending at 9 pm.  Tickets are $10 each and concessions and photos will be available for purchase.  Students should enter the building through Door 2 and be picked up promptly at 9 pm at Door 2. Several parents have asked about the dress code for that evening and I want to share that spaghetti straps ARE allowed, but the fingertip length rule will still be in effect for the length of the dress, as well as no midriff showing. This is a great fundraiser for our cheerleaders, so please plan on joining us at this fun event!

    Our 8th grade students will be attending a field trip to the Area 31 center at Ben Davis on the morning of January 24th.  This is a free field trip to introduce the many programs available to the students once they enter high school.  The buses will leave at 8 am and return at 11 am in time for lunch.  Permission slips will be going home later this week. 

    Our school has been selected to be a part of the National Association for Educational Progress testing on February 6th.  This is a math and reading test that will give data to our federal government from schools across the nation.  Only 50 students from our 8th grade will be selected to take the assessment on February 6th and will be notified earlier that week. 

    Our band and choir members will be participating in the Solo and Ensemble competitions later this month.  We wish all of those involved good luck! 

    Please be sure to check out our MMS athletic schedule and come out to support our boys’ basketball team, girls’ basketball team, and our wrestling team.  The students and coaches work very hard to excel and they are exciting to watch!

    Thank you all for your continued support for our students, school and community.  We know that by working together we can increase our students’ success! 

    Mrs. McPherson and Mr. Tucker
  • 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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