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 Merrill High School and FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) have the chance to win money for our school. The money will go towards new technology for our school and 1/3 of the money will go to the FBLA Club for technology. We would like everyone to take two minutes out of their day to vote for our school. You can only vote once per e-mail address. Please take the time and vote for our school so we have the chance to help our Technology Department and local FBLA Club.

http://promoshq.wildfireapp.com/website/6/contests/299059

This is the direct link to vote for our school. Please take time and vote!

 

Merrill High School is a great place to learn, work, and grow, representing the best of all worlds.  It is large enough to provide a comprehensive, rigorous curriculum that meets the diverse needs of all of our students, yet is small enough to give students a place to belong and build the relationships they will value for a lifetime.

All MHS students are part of the Bluejay Community, with the opportunity to get involved in a number of first-rate activities, organizations, and teams.  Whether through academic endeavors such as the National Honor Society, Debate, Forensics, or VICA, state-level competitions as part of the Marching Jays or the WIAA sports programs, Merrill students have the opportunity to become successful wherever their interests lie.

Graduates of Merrill High School all possess the knowledge and skills required for college, whether they plan to attend a post-secondary institution or not.  The school's rich offerings include demanding core academic classes, a strong vocational and technical education program, and a wealth of extracurricular activities and additional instructional opportunities in the areas of technology, world languages, and online learning, among others.

Merrill High School prides itself on using research-based instructional practices and strategies to prepare all learners for the future.  Innovations such as the Flex 14 schedule offer students the opportunity to attend large lectures and presentations, participate in rigorous lab work, and engage in meaningful small group discussions-all within a single course.  This scheduling model, first employed at MHS in the fall of 2009, has changed the way we look at learning and prepare students for life after high school, ensuring that graduates possess the 21st-century skills needed for post-secondary success.

MHS' support for innovative methods of education means that students are involved in one of the most comprehensive School-to Career programs in Wisconsin, have numerous opportunities to earn post-secondary and college credits for the courses they take in high school, can take advantage of an ever-expanding Advanced Placement program, and are eligible to partake in what has been described as the best local scholarship program in the state.

We encourage you to take advantage of all the Merrill High School has to offer and invite you to discover for yourself what makes MHS a great place to learn, work, and grow.

Principal: Shannon Murray, (715) 536-4594