Welcome to Mooresville Middle School


Mooresville Middle School will instill an appreciation and love for learning in our students as we help them develop the skills needed to become goal oriented, independent thinkers and leaders in an ever-changing global society. We challenge every student, every day to discover and develop a positive sense of self, as well as to respect themselves and others through meaningful collaboration with peers, teachers, and parents.

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MMS Rising 7th and rising 8th grade Registration information

Online volunteer application

Hello MMS Families,

We know our Spring wasn't what you anticipated, and we are so excited to welcome you back again this fall or whenever we are able. Since the Spring semester was condensed and shortened in many ways, we know we didn't get a chance to focus on as many skills as we might normally. We have prepared a summer choiceboard of optional learning activities for both MMS and MHS. These activities will help your students stay sharp over the long summer break. Our hope is they will practice some of these essential skills and come back to school better prepared to learn and excited about learning. These are quick, fun, and engaging activities that your students can choose from in various topics and themes. They will build skills, learn about their world, and be better informed students and citizens. Activities include:  reading lists and suggestions, current events, virtual labs and field trips, mindfulness, social-emotional health, and physical activities, academic games, coding activities.

The choice boards for MMS and MHS are located on the Secondary Virtual Learning Site, and the MMS board is embedded to the right.

School News

A photograph of the sign in front of the Central Office Building.

The Mooresville Graded School District is seeking the services of a Construction Manager at Risk, as well as a Designer Team for the potential construction of a new middle school in Mooresville, North Carolina. The school system has issued a Request for Qualifications. For information regarding the RFQ for the Construction Management at Risk and the RFQ for the Designer Team, please click the title above.

Superintendent Stephen Mauney, Ed.D.

Since the bond referendum has been placed on the March 3rd ballot, we have heard a recurring question from those in our community who are supportive of our schools but frustrated with the growth:  Why aren’t those profiting off of all of the growth in our area responsible, at least in part, for helping with the cost of new schools?  Please click the link above to read the answer to this important questions.

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