• Moss Point High School4

    Moss Point, MS | Jackson County

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    November 6, 2013


    From the comments that are below, some of the information may be true but honestly what school do you know that's not going to support their football team?! I mean really though. Everyone always talk down on Moss Point School District but never put forth the effort to try and build it up. I am an Alumni and I must say that the education I received from MPSD is one that has lead me onto a path of achievement. I am currently a senior in college and is looking forward to attending grad school. Individuals can say what they want about the school district but overall Moss Point is filled with intelligent individuals that just needs a little guidance. I will for sure give back to the city because I would like to pave the way for someone else, as what was done for me. Most of my teachers in the school district were individuals that I looked up to and they encouraged me to do my best at whatever i engage myself in. Its not the school district that determines an individual's success it is that individual's mindset and the presence of motivating adults that lead by example that's in their lives. I LOVE THEE MOSS POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT and will forever be grateful!!! -Former Homecoming Queen

    September 14, 2013


    I went to moss point High and this school is terrible. The teachers do not care, they use bad language around the students, they can't control the kids and they get too friendly with them. Football is all they care about and by the way they don't do so hot anyways, they lose about 95% of their games. Most of the students on the team are failing all of their classes but they allow them to play. Yes, the school has nice technology, but they have been ruined and vandalized by the students. At the pep rally they play inappropriate music that so they can try to "bribe" the students into coming to the activities. DO NOT SEND YOUR CHILD HERE.

    Submitted by a student

    July 11, 2013


    This is school is horrible. They should have shut it down. Some of the teachers do not care about the bullying and misbehaving. They do not teach you well enough if you need help in a subject to them it's like an "oh well" it's mostly a segregated school anyway. They basically pass you if you show up to school! Why is it still open? And it surprises me that they can rebuild a new nice middle school but leave the high schoolers in molded walls etc. etc. with nasty food and poor nutrition. I had to drop out because the administration did not care and they let students bully and run wild. So thanks "no child left behind" many where left behind due to this and many more reasons. Pitiful school and town.

    November 23, 2010


    Well, with a teacher now beaten by the students, does anyone get the idea yet? This school, like the town, is only interested in how well the football team performs. Academics and teaching any values or appreciation for education and culture are long gone from this area. Avoid this town and the school like the plague.

    November 22, 2009


    I attend MPHS as a 9th grader. The school is okay but it could be better. Something that people wrote is so true and other are pretty close. But yes most times they do care more about football and what you are wearing that day. But over all it is a pretty good school, we have nice books, technology, and people that care. I am an A student and recieved a letter from The MS School of Math and Science.

    Submitted by a student

    January 18, 2008


    As a student here,it has been proven that moss point is leading in technology, scholarships,and productive members of our community. Moss point is the only school on the coast to have one of its students chosen for the Bill Gates Scholarship. That speaks volumes. The students are just what the name says, that get in trouble and consequences are dealt. The administration is outstanding and teacher do care.

    Submitted by a student

    January 3, 2008


    Lack of structure and starts with principals

    Submitted by a parent

    September 10, 2007


    As a former student at Moss Point, I can only relate to my experience there. There was such a lack of structure in the school. Absolutely nothing there was directed toward performing arts or asthetic pursuits. My education there was thanks to my family. I agree with the statements that sports are the most important thing there. They (sports) rule supreme, and education is left to the individual, not the school. The administration is aloof, self engrossed and removed from the reality of providing a quality education with any exposure to the arts. Unfortunately, the school reflects a lot of the character of the city.

    Submitted by a student

    May 21, 2007


    Moss Point High School is one of the worse schools in the state! It is full of teachers and kids who dont care and are there more for the social life than to learn. They need to start doing more about discipline, and quit being scared of the students.

    Submitted by a former student

    March 27, 2007


    I am a current student at Moss Point High School. I do not agree with the poor ratings given to our school. I feel the classrooms are structured well and the principal does the best of his ability to make this school a safe learning environment. People often mention the faults of our school, but fail to mention the positive factors. We are the only school on the Mississippi Gulf Coast with an ActivBoard in almost every classroom and several classrooms with a full set of computers. I feel Moss Point School District is doing a good job and should be commended!

    Submitted by a student

    October 4, 2006


    This school is horrible. I hate that my child has to attend it due to being in this school district. I feel that a lot problems are because of the current principal. It's his way or no way. He does not like input from any other source. The teachers have given up and the children are left to learn on their own. If they have problems with a subject, they would be better off with a tutor instead of most of the teachers that are there now.

    Submitted by a parent

    May 3, 2006


    The admin, teachers, and (most)students are trying hard. We are a safe school with many oppertunities for success. MPHS provides quality instruction, first rate technology, NEW textbooks (when needed).

    Submitted by a teacher

    March 22, 2006


    Moss Point is one of the best schools in Jackson County. Im a student here. Most people think we only care about sport. If those people who are in this district saying these thinks would take care of the problem at home, Moss Point High would not have these 'so called' problems to deal with.

    Submitted by a student

    February 21, 2006


    I am a former student of Moss Point High school and I totally agree with the majority that this is the most horrible school on the coast. The morale of the students is very low. Nearly every kid in the school thought that it was a joke. They felt like there was no point in even being there. There seemed to be very few teachers who really cared about their students actually learning or that could even remember your name unless you were the class clown who acted out all of the time. The principal was also uninvolved. My kids will not go to this school, ever! It is by the grace of God that I am going to college now and believe me, Moss Point High School had nothing to do with my getting there. Beware of Moss Point High School.

    Submitted by a former student

    June 15, 2005


    I submitted an entry during December 2004 that stated what I believed the problems may have been in this district. I believe that we are starting to correct some of the problems within this district. It is work in progress but I believe that this district needs more parental involvment. If this school district could get the community involved more then this district will reach its goal of becoming a level 5. We have implemented a rigorous curriculum. Our technology department is second to none. A great deal of students have begun taking college courses in our dual enrollment program. With the present administration we are scheduled to leap from a level 2 to a level 4 school. If this can take place in one year just think what would be possible if your child joined us in our pursuit of 'Destination Level 5'.

    Submitted by a teacher

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