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Fort Morgan, CO
Students enrolled: 910

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709 East Riverview Ave
Fort Morgan, CO 80701

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(970) 867-5648
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July 09, 2013
I was at this school for a year and trust me I had a wonderful experience! everyone is so friendly and welcoming its like a family. Teachers are right on top of everything they do, they are always ready to help. This school has a wonderful theatre department and also a music department. Their sports are good too they have all sports apart from swimming other than that its an awesome school!

- submitted by a student

April 18, 2012
Fort Morgan High School has always been excellent in academics,sports and teacher choices. Most of the students are devoted to graduated with top scores.

- submitted by a community member

February 21, 2011
As Alum of this school I feel for the most part I was given the tools and practical skills needed to succeed in life. Overall I m happy with my education and consider myself well educated having not attended any higher education but rather trade related education. I can say some teachers were terrible and some were amazing, unfortunately it did seem that accountability for teachers wasn t always there. Some teaches had and attitude as if they were above termination since they had been in the district so long. I can t always say the curriculum was practical but I realize this is usually determined by the state and not the school. Long story short is that no matter where you attend school there will be good and bad and overall I feel things were above average. I d rather attend FMHS than most any front range Denver school.

- submitted by a student
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July 23, 2008
I will have to say I agree with this post. When I went to school there, it was all about the name, football and volleyball. I was disappointed with the staff that supported the above sports all the way.I had teachers that were coaches for football but they could focus on more than just football. The students however, they were fully focused on their game. I got an ok education.

- submitted by a community member

February 15, 2008
I couldn't disagree more with the previous writer. This principal is never in the classrooms or halls, doesn't hold students or staff accountable for anything and focuses his attention on a bunch of feel good non-sense instead of discipline and academics. I'm disgusted with what's happened here!!!

- submitted by a teacher

February 14, 2008
Our new principal is extremely supportive to teachers, staff, and students; and is working hard to turn this school around. He wants nothing but the best for our students, and expects nothing but the best from them. I am looking forward to working here (with him) for several more years.

- submitted by a teacher

January 26, 2008
The new leadership at this school is terrible. He doesn't support teachers, doesn't enforce rules and let's the children do whatever they want. I don't feel the focus exists anymore for academics and the school certainly is not as safe as it once was.

- submitted by a parent

September 19, 2006
I have had nothing but absolutely positive experiences with the school, it's teachers, administrators, counselors and staff. Like all public schools, it has it's problems, but those problems are being thoughtfully confronted. Keep up the great work FMHS, I appreciate what you do for the kids.

- submitted by a parent

August 20, 2006
This school can not or will not follow it's own rules and regulations. Their zero tolerance for violence and harassment leaves a lot to be desired. There is absolutely no respect of teachers from students, nor is there any respect of students from teachers. I have to say that I am completely disappointed in the way in which this school is run. There is no disipline at all. This is certainly a place where only a name counts for anything.

- submitted by a parent

December 21, 2004
This school touches the students in a variety of ways - academically, emotionally, psychologically. The principal skillfully leads and guides the faculty to focus on each student individually to help each reach their full potential, involving the parents and community whenever possible to accomplish a well-rounded program of instruction and activity.

- submitted by a teacher

June 09, 2004
Very good school. Excellent programs, instructional staff and administration. The school has implemented some really beneficial programs for students recently. An example is the renaissance program. Nothing but positive experiences!

- submitted by a parent

May 04, 2004
This school has a poor adhereance to its own regulations. The teaching body is divided amongst itself as to the maner and style of teaching. However, there are some excellent teachers within this school who greatly aid their students.

- submitted by a parent
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Fort Morgan High School
709 East Riverview Ave, Fort Morgan, CO  80701
(970) 867-5648
Last modified Fort Morgan High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 5 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Fort Morgan High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 18 reviews. Top