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Consider this page your electronic bulletin board. We’ll post all the announcements and information as well as recognize our incredible students here.

State Testing

We are one week away from state testing. This year, the seventh, eighth, ninth, and eleventh grades all take part in state testing. Please see the scheduled dates below. It is a requirement for 100% of our students in these grade levels to participate in state testing. Please ensure your students are attending school on these days so they can participate.

Seventh and Eighth Grades:

  • April 4, 2023 - AASA ELA Writing
  • April 5, 2023 - AASA Reading Part 1 and Part 2
  • April 6, 2023 - AASA Math Part 1 and Part 2
  • April 11, 2023 - AZ Science (Only eighth graders)

Ninth Grade:

  • April 4, 2023 - ACT Aspire English and ACT Aspire Math
  • April 5, 2023 - ACT Aspire Reading and ACT Aspire Science

Eleventh Grade:

  • April 4, 2023 - ACT State Assessment
  • April 11, 2023 - AZScience State Assessment

Peer Tutoring

Here at MIT, we always strive to think of creative ways in which we could expand our educational services. We will be offering peer tutoring services here at MIT on Tuesdays each week from 2:45 to 3:45 p.m. We are wanting juniors and seniors to tutor other students that may be struggling academically. This is a great opportunity for juniors and seniors to earn service hours here at school. They would also be able to include this service on their resumes, scholarships, and college applications as well. Students, please use your intelligence for the greater good of the MIT community and know what a difference you can make by contributing to their academic success. Please email your inquiries or questions to Dr. Angulo, or you can call (602) 477-2780 to speak with him. Thank you for being a part of the MIT family.

Go For Launch! MIT!
Go for Launch flyer

MIT is excited to host Go For Launch! for the first time in March 2023! The hands-on flagship program of Higher Orbits spotlights the wonders of spaceflight and space exploration to provide students across the country the opportunity to develop and strengthen their skills in STEM, teamwork, communication, research design, and leadership. To read more, please read the Higher Orbits press release.

2023–2024 School Year

MIT is currently working on scheduling and plans for the upcoming 2023–2024 school year. Please complete our survey if your student will not be returning to MIT for the 2023–2024 school year. If you have more than one student not returning, please complete a separate survey for each student. If your student is not returning, you must also complete a withdrawal form from the front office on the last day of school they attend in order for their records to be sent to their new school.

If your student is planning to return to MIT for the upcoming school year, you do not have to fill anything out. Your student will automatically be reenrolled for the 2023–2024 school year.

Student Council - Prom Theme

We're excited to share with you the latest news on our upcoming prom! The student council recently conducted a survey to determine the prom theme and we're thrilled to announce that the majority of the students voted for Masquerade! So get ready to don your masks and join us for a night of mystery and elegance.

The student council is also working hard on finalizing the venue and the date for the prom and we'll be sharing that information with you very soon. But in the meantime, we need your support in raising funds for the event. The student council is planning on hosting a car wash fundraiser, and we'll be announcing the location soon. So, roll up your sleeves and help us make prom an unforgettable night!

Thank you for your continued support and we can't wait to see you at the Masquerade-themed prom.

11th & 12th Grade College Fair

We had a successful college and career fair on Monday, February 27 for our juniors and seniors. We had all of the major state universities and colleges on campus as well as military personnel. Thank you to all the colleges and universities for taking time out of your day to come to talk to our students!

Students talking to a college rep during the college fair Student reviing a college brochure and student in line at the fair Girl wearing backpack with friend talking to a college rep at the college fair
Student Council - Prom Plans

Attention all students! Our student council is working hard to make this year's prom an unforgettable experience. We've started planning and raising funds for prom season, and we're excited to announce that we'll be hosting two car washes on March 25 and March 31, with the locations to be announced soon. So, get your cars ready for a good wash and support our cause!

In addition to fundraising efforts, the student council is also working on finding the perfect venue for prom. We've sent out a survey to our juniors and seniors to help select a theme, and we're thrilled to see the responses pouring in. We can't wait to create a magical evening for everyone to enjoy and dance the night away. Stay tuned for more updates and information about Prom, and thank you for your support!

Student Council - Spirit Week

Student council organized a spirit week the week of February 13, we saw great participation from our students. Thank you to all those who participated in spirit week. Student council sold a variety of sweet treats including lollipops, chocolates, and unique wooden roses that put a smile on your loved ones' faces.

Summary of Active and Inactive COVID-19 Cases

We want you to feel safe and to stay informed. Please check this update regularly for the latest information on known COVID-19 cases at MIT.