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Morton High School5
Posted February 02, 2014
- a parent
As a Morton grad and now a proud parent of two teenagers, I can testify that this school district is well - versed in the requirements needed to successfully navigate post - high school life. The district provides its students with a solid basis to launch into under-graduate or technical institute education. They focus on challenging the student to surpass their envisioned success. Extra - curricular activities from athletics to music to art to drama are taught by passionate leaders who strive to be the best. Opportunities to experience a well-rounded, solid education are available for the taking. Positive outcomes are common. We moved here from a larger city to give our children a quality education so they, as adults, are able to be successful individuals... whatever path they choose. We have continually been pleased and proud to be Morton Potters. The town has a lovely heritage and quaint feel. Safe, beautiful, faith-enriched area to settle and raise A family.
This school has very devoted teachers. The administration tries to accommodate the most ambitious needs of students in terms of curriculum and scheduling. To bad that school doesn't have a pool and more tennis courts.
The extracurricular activities are wonderful however the budget is not so good. One class could not do all the activities needed to because the class had run out of funds. The teachers only get around 40 dollars a year for supplies. Also the school doesnt have a lot of good features like a pool or air conditioning in all rooms. The ceilings in some hallways leak badly.