Academies

More High School Academy of Engineering, one of thirteen Academy of Engineering pilot sites in the country, was created in conjunction with the National Academy Foundation, The National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering, and Project Lead the Way. Benefits of MHS-AOE include: •Summer Camp •Smaller Class Sizes •Academic Sorority •Multidisciplinary Project Based Learning •Personalized Learning •Exciting Engineering Electives •Fieldtrips •Guest Speakers from the Engineering Community •Mentors, tutors, and job shadowing •Paid Summer Internships with Engineering Companies •Meeting College Entrance Requirements •College Scholarship Opportunities Mission Statement: Opening Minds andBuilding Futures The mission of Morse High School Academy of Engineering is to create empowered learners in an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust. MHS-AOE is a small learning community, committed to helping students reach their potential in academic and extracurricular endeavors, where every student will be inspired and challenged to learn, grow, and accomplish their personal academic goals. Freshmen entering in Fall 2009 are eligible for admission; please contact lead teacher Kristi Herrington for further information: kherrington@sandi.net