50 Early Street
Morristown, NJ 07960
Morristown High School is a comprehensive, four-year secondary school that serves an ethnically and socially diverse student population of 1700 students. A microcosm of the new millennium, Morristown High School is rich in economic, racial, and cultural diversity. Some families have been in the district for generations, while others have only recently immigrated to the United States.
Morristown High School offers a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, including 20 Advanced Placement Courses and 21 Honors level courses. Our students maximize opportunities to sample and explore emerging career fields in areas such as technology, music, visual and performing arts, and the medical and science fields. Morristown High School provides an extensive program of interscholastic sports, co-curricular activities, and performing arts.
The core value and primary purpose of Morristown High School, with its large and diverse population, is to foster a community in which learning is meaningful, challenging and lifelong, and where the expectations of growth, individual understanding, excellence and creativity exist for all students and staff in a dynamic and academic environment. This mission will be achieved through a research-based process of continuous and collaborative planning, implementation and evaluation.
Morristown High School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the New Jersey Department of Education.
Morristown High School
Summer 2018 Chromebook Policy
Students returning to Morristown High School for the 2018-2019 school year are expected to keep their school issued Chromebook over the summer. Please review the Chromebook Policies and Procedures document on the school website for detailed information about acceptable use and proper care of the Chromebook.
We highly encourage students to take their devices home as they can access educational sites such as Naviance, Albert.io, Canvas, etc., work on summer reading/math assignments, and also be fully prepared for success on first day of school in September.
If you are moving and/or transferring out of the district, you MUST return your Chromebook and charger to your guidance counselor or the tech office in the Media Center.
If you choose not to keep your Chromebook over the summer, please turn your Chromebook and charger to the Tech Department in the Media Center by June 22, 2018.
Click here to access the district's Chromebook Policies and Procedures.