"We are best known for gifted & talented programming."
Students enrolled 1464
Hours 8:45 - 3:38
School leader Larry Farris
District Milwaukee School District

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4141 N 64th St
Milwaukee, WI 53225

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4 stars
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April 03, 2014
This by far is the worse school I've ever experienced. I should have know by the police they have posted around the school on the first day. My child is constantly taunted, teased, bullied and things seem to have gotten worse after speaking with principals and the other kids parents. My child even told me that when she tried to tell the teacher, the teacher told her she didn't want to hear any drama and not to bring it in her class. That's the one my child should trust right?? It's too late to switch schools now, believe me I tried. Only a few months left and this school has definitely made me an unbeliever in MPS. We're taking our business to a Christian school. I don't even think some of these kids get old fashioned discipline or home training. I LOVE MY CHILD TOO MUCH TO KEEP HER HERE!!

- submitted by a parent
August 30, 2013
I Think Others Should Know That This Is An Awesome School Because They Have A lot Of Stuff For The Kids To Do. What I Like About The School Is That There's Not A lot Of Drama And We Have A lot Of Enroll Kids. Our School Could Improve More By Letting The Kids Have Fun While Learning

- submitted by a community member
June 15, 2012
I go to Morse Marshall (2012-2013) now and as a 7th grader i advise you not to send your children to this school. It is not what it is put up to be.!!!

- submitted by a community member
March 08, 2010
Samuel Morse get it crakin! It's really easy to stay on task because of the great learning environment. that we have. When i get old enough to have children, i will send them to Morse Middle School!

- submitted by a student
February 24, 2010
This school rocks my shoes. Good teaching and better rules. If you can't find no other school, come to Morse Middle School.

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January 15, 2010
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January 11, 2010
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December 01, 2009
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- submitted by a student
November 14, 2009
samuel morse is a great school you might think the students are bad but sometimes we can but we are very smart kids we do homework and work samuel morse is a a,b school no cs and d's we only accept smart students and you have to write a pargraph to get in this shoutout to mr.gallien hb:309 6th grade

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September 26, 2009
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August 17, 2009
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July 22, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating May 30, 2009
Morse Middle School is a very well organized school. I think that Morse.Marshall is going to be a great change!

- submitted by a student
no rating February 06, 2009
I thin this school is very good and surrpotive of students trust me i go there

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January 23, 2009
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- submitted by a student
December 18, 2008
Samuel Morse Middle School Is a good school; the staff is pretty strict, but they do it so we can be taught better. Samuel Morse has gotten the U.S Blue Ribbon Award Every year since 1997 - 2006 and 2008. Apart from that, Dr. Onick Rogers was once again named the Best Principle Of The Year; thanks to the Department Of U.S. Education. Now, I do agree that Morse does have students that fight, but just because a few students decide to waste their time on fights that has no point to it, doesn't mean that Morse overall is a bad school. I, at least, make sure not to waste my time; Dr. Onick tells us that we are at school to get an education, not to socialize. This is a great school; I am proud to be part of the class of '09, by far, the most outstanding classes!!!

- submitted by a student
November 01, 2008
The best school ever! The teacher are okay but it's fun.

- submitted by a student
no rating July 23, 2008
i think this school is great for my son to go to.

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January 08, 2008
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December 05, 2007
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- submitted by a student
August 15, 2007
i go to this school and i love it

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July 25, 2007
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- submitted by a student
July 21, 2007
Samuel Morse Middle School has gone downhill, dramatically. Coming from a student who just graduated from there this year after 3 years (2004-2007), this school is just like any other public school when it comes to behavior. The majority of students there are there for the fun, the popularity. Yes, the teachers there are very professional, but unfortunately they do most often spend there time disciplining kids, but none the less the teachers are what make Morse different from other MPS schools. But the pressure of peers who are constantly disturbing the atmosphere and making another peer's day difficult can take a toll on them when its time to pay attention.

- submitted by a former student
October 13, 2006
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- submitted by a staff
March 09, 2006
Morse has gone downhill significantly in the past four years. We had our older child at Morse in from 2002-2004 and the school was much better. Discipline problems are much greater in the classes our younger child now attends. Teachers are having to spend too much time disciplining unruly students. They even have incidents where past students try to come back to the school to 'get' current students - which cause security lockdowns of all students. The learning environment at Morse is essentially shot.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2005
I was a student at Samuel Morse About 3 years ago. Dr. Onicks the administrators and the teachers always helped me and my peers strive for the best. The enviroment was one in which I felt safe and comfortable. Samuel Morse is a school in which your child will be held up as The Best of The Best, withthis state of mind every student in Morse is guarenteed to suceed and move on to the next phase in their life. -Tersetta Gilpin-Morgan

- submitted by a former student
April 01, 2005
When my twin sons first came to Samuel Morse I was very nervous about the transition and if this educational institution would be equipped to handle their special needs. I am proud to say that the Dean Kennis the 6th grade principal has been great with working with my boys as well as myself. She makes sure that they stay on task and is willing to help them no matter what the issue is big or small. The teachers are pretty good I do have to remind all parents looking into any school 'What you put in is what you will get out' Over all I am very happy of the decisison that I made. I am very satisfied with what I see. Children are childern here. The Halls are clear when they are suposed to be clear and I Know my boys are safe while they are learning.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2004
Samuel Morse Junior High School is a very great facility The teachers are great, the academics are are rigerous and the principle is the best in the nation. Dr.Onick expects the best from the students and that is what they give. I must say that dicipline is low. There are many fight cause by the current eighth grade students of the 2003-04 students. These students get thier work done and they are very manerable, but they don't seem to get along. Other than those minor problems the school is great.

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Morse is a two-time U.S. Department National School of Excellence (1984-85 & 1997-98). In 2007-2008, Morse students received gold medals in band, orchestra and chorus. The girl's and boy's basketball teams won championships in their divisions. One-half of Morse teachers hold advanced degrees. Morse is expanding to grade 9 in 2009. The principal is one of 30 principals in Wisconsin to receive a Master Educator license in 2007-2008.

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Morse * Marshall School for the Gifted and Talented
4141 N 64th St, Milwaukee, WI  53225
(414) 616-5800
Last modified Morse * Marshall School for the Gifted and Talented is a Public school that serves grades 6-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Morse * Marshall School for the Gifted and Talented Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 28 reviews. Top