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  • Wed. March 01
    5:00 AM

    Late Start

  • Wed. March 08
    5:00 AM

    Late Start

  • Wed. March 15

    Late Start

  • Fri. March 17
    8:00 AM

    Half a day

  • Mon. March 20
    5:00 AM

    Half Day-PD

  • Tue. March 21
    4:00 PM

    Parent-Teacher Conferences

  • Wed. March 22
    3:30 PM

    Parent-Teacher Conferences

  • Fri. March 24
    8:00 AM

    Half Day

Mission Statement

Provide a safe functional environment where students learn to effectively communicate, problem solve, and critically think.

Vision Statement

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.

Belief Statements

  • 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.

 

Daily Schedule
Monday – Friday

7:45 a.m.- 2:55 p.m.

 

Late Start Wednesdays

9:00 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.

 

Half Day

7:45 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Boom Youth LogoBoom Youth

BOOM youth are high school students from schools in Muskegon County working together on the health issues that matter most to us. This is a project that encourages you to come and be yourself and learn about how to make your voice heard to the adults in the community who are making decisions about how teens can be healthy and make healthy choices. There are currently fourteen students from Muskegon High School who participate in Boom Youth.

 

 

Important February Dates

Late Start: February 8, 15, 22

Half Days: February 17

No School:  February 20

Spotlight

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  • Big Reds Football:

    What a year for the Muskegon Football Program! The Big Reds continued their winning tradition by finishing 37 – 7 as a program during the 2016 campaign. In addition, we qualified for the MHSAA playoffs for the 17 th consecutive year. The Big Reds, ranked #1 in division 3 for much of the year, had many outstanding team and individual accomplishments. These accomplishments include winning a conference championship, district championship, regional championship, and finishing 2016 division 3 finalists. Other accomplishments include breaking the school scoring record for points scored in a single season, 4 all state, 16 all conference, and 22 all area selections. 2016 was an outstanding season for our tradition rich football program as we continue to produce champions on the field and in the classroom!

  • Semester 1 Exams:

    Semester 1 exams will begin on January 25th and end on January 27th.  January 25-31st will be half days with no school in the afternoon.

     

  • MHS Big Red Robotics:

    The Big Reds Robotics program at Muskegon High School was a recent recipient of a $3,500 grant.   This award will support MHS in their pursuit to expand opportunities to improve mathematics, science, and technology skills through their participation in events hosted by a Michigan science and technology development program known as FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). The FIRST Robotics Program supports schools by engaging students in well rounded learning experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), language, business, culture, and creativity, as well as providing access to personalized learning technologies that support and enhance those learning experiences.

Muskegon High School Annual Education Report