Let your voice be heard!
Apply for the Superintendent’s Advisory Team
Dr. Studebaker invites all members of the MCSC community to apply to participate on the Superintendent’s Advisory Team (SAT). The purpose of the SAT is to ensure that the diverse voices of the community are represented in the development of the MCSC strategic plan.
This group will:
Members of the SAT will be selected by a small committee including key members of the administration and must meet the criteria and expectations outlined above.
All applications must be submitted by 4:00 pm on Wednesday, February 8th and all applicants will be notified by February 10th as to whether or not they were selected.
Please click on the link below to apply
Substitute Teachers Needed … Become part of the Merrillville Advantage!
Earn an income while enjoying a flexible schedule. As a Professional Substitute Teacher you will be following the Classroom Teacher’s prepared lesson plans as well as assisting in the development of students skills for independent learning and responsible citizenship.
A substitute teacher can make a lifetime impact!
Hoosier students will have access to thousands of free online books in 2016. From now through December 31, 2016, students, families, and educators will have access to more than 5,000 free, online books through the myON Digital Library. Books will be available in both English and Spanish. Additional information about the Hoosier Family of Readers initiative and details on how students can access these free books can be found here
2015 Chamber of Commerce Inspiring Teacher Award.
These educators were nominated for demonstrating excellence, creativity and initiative in education. This group is a true representation of the incredible staff that makes up the Merrillville Advantage.
Kristina Buikema – Iddings Elementary School
Melissa Sickinger – Merrillville High School
Patricia Serratore – Pierce Middle School
Danielle Hill – Merrillville Intermediate School
Kathy Machura – Fieler Elementary School
Hara Halkias – Salk Elementary School
Laura Frink – Wood Elementary School
We are the recipient of several State and National awards:
Merrillville High School is the only diverse high school of its size in Indiana who has been graded an "A" continuously for the last three years.
Our curriculum is rich in its rigor regardless of grade or content area. Balanced Literacy, English/Language Arts, Inquiry Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, ISTEM courses (Science, Math, and Technology), Industrial Technology, Business, Physical Education and Health, World Languages, Honors and Advanced Placement courses, all work together with our rich co and extra curricular activities to provide a well-rounded education to both our collegiate and non-collegiate bound students. Our graduation rate of over 93% and high percentages of students passing the State's Accountability Tests (ISTEP+ and ECA) allow bright futures for our students.
Merrillville’s business and community partnerships provide opportunities for our students to gain real life work internship experiences in local health care facilities, car dealerships, attorney offices, and the like. Each year we celebrate our student interns alongside those that have mentored our students. We are also proud of the large number of awards and scholarships that graduating classes after graduating class receive to the Armed Services and Universities across the country.
We invite you to be part of the Merrillville Community Schools Family and learn even more about The Merrillville Advantage.