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Welcome to Mississinewa High School
A 2011-2012 Indiana DOE Four-Star School

Welcome to the virtual home of the Mississinewa Indians! Situated along the Mississinewa River between Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, Mississinewa High School serves the communities of Gas City, Jonesboro, and Mill Township, Indiana. We are proud to continue the traditions of academic excellence and community involvement established by our predecessors nearly three generations ago.

We encourage you to browse through our new website, rediscovering all that Mississinewa High has to offer, and contact us with any questions you may have. Don’t forget to check out our News page, Helpful Links section, and handy Parent links on the sidebar for all the most recent news and helpful tools for this school year. As we strive toward academic excellence, let us keep our history alive while preparing for a bright future!


A Message from Our Principal

Welcome fellow Indians, alumni, and fans!

I would like to welcome parents, students, and others to the Mississinewa High School website. We encourage parents and students to use the website for important academic and event information concerning Mississinewa High School. Mississinewa is a place of great pride, tradition, and hard work. I feel privileged to work with a faculty and staff that are committed to the well being of the students in our community both academically and socially. It is our goal to provide a safe learning environment that will challenge each student based on their academic needs and strengths and equip them for success in our ever changing world. We are excited to challenge each student to be the best he or she can be, and we look forward to building a working partnership with parents and students to ensure that academic achievement remains in the forefront of each student’s high school experience. Parents are encouraged to contact teachers with concerns and questions concerning their student’s achievements in class. We are extremely proud of the variety of academic offerings that are available to our students, and we look forward to working with you and your student during these key years of high school.

Sincerely,
Steve Quaderer, Principal
Steve Quaderer
Principal


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READ 180

Middle/High School Students and Employees, we've added a new link to our website, so you can easily access the READ 180 program. The link is located under the student and employee quick links on the Home page. *Please note: this site is only accessible from school. Please contact the office with any questions.