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55 North 200 East
Morgan, UT 84050

Morgan High School

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Summer Office Hours: Wednesdays 8:00 am- 3:00 pm 

For further assistance please email the individual associated with your question ; reference our staff list 

***Resources for Scheduling 2020-2021***

2020-2021 Master Schedule    Trimester 1     Trimester 2     Trimester 3


2020-2021 Course Catalog


Next Year Seniors – Registration Time Frame 5/26/2020 @ 7:00 am – 6/12/2020 @ 7:00 pm

Next Year Juniors – Registration Time Frame 5/27/2020 @ 7:00 am – 6/12/2020 @ 7:00 pm

Next Year Sophomores – Registration Time Frame 5/28/2020 @ 7:00 am – 6/12/2020 @ 7:00 pm

Next Year Freshman – Registration Time Frame 5/29/2020 @ 7:00 am – 6/12/2020 @ 7:00 pm

Scheduling Tools

IVC Admissions Info


Online Drivers Education Information and Classroom Theory

Adjusted Grading

MHS parents and students,

After careful consideration of the challenges which come from an online at-home learning experience we have adjusted our grading practices for this 3rd trimester.  We deeply care for and miss our students and wish to provide additional opportunities for them to be successful during this crisis.

Grading Table

Grade Credit Awarded? Affects GPA?
Traditional Letter Grade and % Yes (60% or above) Yes
P or Passing Yes No
F or Failing No No

Traditional Letter Grade and %

This is the default grading practice for all grades 60% and above.

P or Passing Grade

Beginning May 1 parents may contact classroom teachers to request the Pass (P) grade option be used instead of the traditional letter grade of “D” or higher.  A (P) will be placed on their transcript for each class requested and credit will be awarded.

NCAA High School Eligibility

Under the “Pass-Fail” section, the NCAA website states: “Core courses that receive a grade of pass may satisfy your core-course requirements if the course receives credit towards graduation. The NCAA Eligibility Center will assign your high school’s lowest passing grade for a pass/fail class.”  At this time, we do not know if the NCAA Eligibility Center will adjust their policies due to the COVID-19 crisis.

Concurrent Enrollment Courses

Utah State Higher Education (USHE) institutions will be granting students the option of alternatives to letter grades for certain spring 2020 courses, as determined by academic departments. This will include CE courses.  If a concurrent enrollment student opts for 1 of these alternative grades Spring 2020, that grade must be recorded on both the institution and the high school transcript.

Each institution has set deadlines for choosing an alternative grade option. Institutions are also extending the deadline for withdrawing from spring 2020 courses. Pass (P) or Credit (CR) grades, as well as a Withdraw (W) grade will not affect GPA.  Please contact the school counselor or your CE teacher for more information.

F or Failing Grade

Due to the challenges of the current crisis failing grades will not affect a student’s GPA.  Students will need to make up the failed classes either during summer school (to be determined later) or within our credit recovery offerings next year.

Citizenship Grades

No citizenship grades will be issued during the 3rd trimester of 2020.


Beginning April 20th, should you desire to pick up a school lunch you must first place a lunch request by 7:00 AM each day.  This request can be made by following the daily links below.  Each link corresponds to a specific day.  Simply answer the questions on the google form for each day and you are ready to pick up your lunch/es as you have in the past.  Should you have any questions or concerns about requesting school lunches please contact Assistant Principal Samples at jennifer.samples@morgansd.org.

Lunches must be requested prior to pick.


Closed Campus

Until our restrictions are lifted Morgan High School will remain closed to all parents and students except for the main office during  hours.  All doors will remain locked except for the main entrance doors on the west side leading to the main office.

Morgan School District Electronic Device Checkout Coronna Virus – Word

Morgan School District Electronic Device Checkout Coronna Virus – pdf

How to Connect your Chromebook to WiFi – Word

How to Connect your Chromebook to WiFi – pdf

Morgan High Students Making A Difference

2nd Trimester 
Each trimester students at Morgan High School are nominated for the "Make A Difference" program. Students are nominated by teachers and their peers. Students receive a 
Make A Difference bracelet and treat along with a drawing at the end of the year for prizes. These are MHS students who have MADE A DIFFERENCE! Congratulations ! We have great students at Morgan High doing great things!!
Kaleb Bowles, Sage Crowther, Hannah Erickson, Rachel Edgington, Madylane Johnson, Jacob Pincock, Jake Behunin, Elizabeth Betz, Spencer Deardon,
 Bretton Johnson, Ethan Stone, Olivia Smith, Allen Shaw, Cara Woodbury, Devyn Larsen, Jaden Bohman, Taylor Porter, Davis Clark, Dylan Gines, Sam Nickerson,
 Jessenia Nava,Trace Mathews, Brin Jones,Cayli Niederhauser, Lizzi Betz, Ammon Patterson, Brock Barker, Kaylee King, Ethan Christensen, Brynlee Boyer,
 Wyatt Johnson, Luke Harris, Brady Price, Ethan Krase, John Ames, Colton Hatt, Lydeah Johnson, Sierra Moser, Aspen Hale, Kaitlin Kearsley, Kaleb Cox, 
Dylan Despain, Andrew Abplanalp, Ashton Bowles, Aspen Wheelwright, Catie Wilkins,Toni Nicoletti, Finn McClellan, Liam London, Chris Henshilwood, Gabe Tuma,
 Kenyan Evans, Kambria Brown, Meg Lunt, Jacob Karren, Dallin Taylor

1st Trimester Recognition Video


MHS Announcements and Important Dates

For Scholarship Opportunities and Local College and University Activities, Check out the MHS Counseling Center Page

June 13 – National ACT Test

MHS 2020-2021 Updated Master Schedule 

Trimester 1              Trimester 2             Trimester 3

WSU IVC Course Schedule


***Resources For Scheduling 2020-2021***

2020-2021 Course Catalog

Scheduling Tools

Bell Schedules

School Profile

MHS Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Morgan High School community to create a positive learning environment built on mutual respect and kindness that assists students as they cultivate talents, prepare for meaningful work, advance toward post-secondary education, become responsible citizens, and thrive as life-long learners.

Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Statement
The Morgan School District (MSD) is committed to making morgansd.org compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). At this time we recognize that not all areas of our website may be ADA compliant. We are currently in the process of redesigning and creating new website content to be compliant with the W3C Level Two guidelines.