Muskegon High School
Provide a safe functional environment where students learn to effectively communicate, problem solve, and critically think.
Prepare all students socially and academically for life beyond high school by providing a safe, functional and positive environment where students can think critically, communicate effectively, as they take responsibility for themselves, their community, and their world.
- We believe that all students can learn.
- We believe in the relationship between success and self-esteem.
- We believe our students must acquire the attitudes, essential skills, and technical skills necessary for employment.
- We believe that cooperation among school, parents, and community enhances learning.
Library 3:00- 5:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
There will be a Math and English teacher available every day along with a supervisor. National Honor Society peer tutors will also be available periodically.
STUDENT SURVEY- Students, please take a moment to complete this brief survey. Thank you!
Please contact your counselor if you are interested in taking any online courses. Students are able to sign up for online courses during our normal course request time periods.
The JAG Program working with Holly Hughes, Geoff Hansen and Bill Huizenga will have the state's capitol flags flown at half mass in honor of past and present MHS Alumni Verterans. There will be a public tribute ceremony in Hackley Stadium at 2pm.
May 15, 18 Senior Exams
May 19 Senior Skip Day
May 20 Senior Breakfast
Senior Honors Program- 7:00 pm (Located in the Auditorium)
May 22 Half Day of School- Hackley Day
May 25- No School- Memorial Day
May 27- Commencement- 7:00 pm (Located at the LC Walker Arena)
June 4-5- Half Days- Exams