VOLUNTEERS AND FEEDBACK
Please use this form to let us know if you are willing to help with various activities or are able to donate items for Magnet events. Do not forget, Mrs. Wilson-Hunt, the Morrow Magnet Administrator can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any specific concerns about your child's teachers, classroom performance, or interpersonal issues with other students. Thank you for all your support.
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Morrow High School's Magnet Program provides an enriched learning environment that has helped countless students get ahead. Founded in 2016, the Morrow High School Magnet Program in Morrow, Georgia reflects the diverse backgrounds and cultures of the area. We’re extremely proud of our students and staff, who are always eager to learn, create and grow together.
MORROW HIGH SCHOOL MAGNET
A Vibrant Learning Environment
Parents want their children to receive the best education possible, and many want that education to have a specific focus. For parents, getting their children into a magnet school is an important decision that impacts their child's educational life. Morrow High School Magnet Program, has the creative and comfortable learning atmosphere any student could hope for. Being a magnet program within a regular high school, our students are given the opportunity to participate in clubs and athletics as well as be challenged academically. Located in Morrow, GA, our high school continues to shape minds and refine skills making the students of our community globally competitive. We are privileged to teach students in Clayton County--providing them a rigorous curriculum with plenty of educational and engaging activities.
It’s time to get started learning with us! Prospective parents and children are invited to join us for a peek into our classrooms. Take a tour at of beautiful school facility, meet our charismatic and qualified teachers and administrators, connect with our community of parents, and get to know some of our current students. There’s always something going on!
“You cannot open a book without learning something.”