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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.

School Safety Officer

We just wanted to let you know that we received approval for a School Safety Officer Grant. With that being said, during school days, we will have an off-duty police officer on campus Monday through Friday. Each day we may have a different police officer on site, but they are all employed with the City of Phoenix Police Department. The purpose of having a school Safety Officer is to enhance police response and presence in schools, site assessments to reinforce a safe environment for schools, support emergency response plans as required by the Arizona Department of Education, and foster partnerships with students, school staff, and parents to build meaningful relationships with law enforcement. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you!

ACE Cohort 2024 Recruitment

A representative from South Mountain Community College will join us on Tuesday, October 17 at 12:45 p.m. in the lecture Hall to provide Sophomore students with information about the Achieving a College Education program.

  • The program recruits students during their sophomore year to enroll in college courses concurrently in their junior and senior years.
  • Students can earn up to 24 college credits by graduation.
  • Eligibility is required for enrollment.

ASU Visit to MIT

A representative from ASU will visit MIT on Wednesday, November 8 at 1:00 p.m. in the lecture hall. This presentation is intended for seniors only, and their interested family members. The topic will be paying for college and will include a brief Q&A session.

Student Council Officers

Recently, our school witnessed a remarkable event as we conducted the student council elections with a spirited display of sportsmanship and a commitment to democratic principles. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to all the individuals who courageously stood for candidacy for various positions within the student council.

A special note of appreciation goes out to every student at MIT who actively participated by casting their votes, making their voices heard, and contributing to the selection of their representative student council body.

Without further ado, we proudly present the distinguished winners who emerged victorious from the elections. These individuals have not only gained the trust and support of their fellow students but have also displayed the qualities and dedication that embody the values of MIT. Below is our student council for the school year 2023–2024. Congratulations to all the winners.

  • President: Mathew B.
  • Vice-President: Anthony H.
  • Secretary: Julia M.
  • Treasurer: Anthony Q.
  • 12th grade Reps.: Jennifer H. & Eddy G.
  • 11th grade Rep.: Ruquiya G.
  • 10th Grade Reps.: Alexandra C. & Irys T.
  • 9th Grade Reps.: Rheedita B. & Maryem A.
  • 8th Grade Rep.: Cassidy M.
  • 7th Grade Rep.: Myah H.

Clubs and Activities

Open Mic Club - Advisors: Mr. Morganstern and Mr. Moya

About Open Mic:
"Show us what you've got!" This club will allow students to practice performance and presentations of almost all ranges of art and writing. We will host workshops and 'Open Mic' opportunities for all individuals to develop their Voices and have them heard. Create, step up, and drop the mic! We hope this can serve as a backbone for submissions to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.

On behalf of the Scholastic National Gold Key Awards for Art and Writing…

Our Mission:
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. The Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to identify students with exceptional artistic and literary talent and present their remarkable work to the world through the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. The Awards give students opportunities for recognition, exhibition, publication, and scholarships. There are now 30 different categories of Art & Writing (12 Writing, 18 Art)! Visit the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards website to learn more.

Our Goal:
To produce and submit original student-created works of passionate art or writing to the Scholastic Gold Key Awards national competition by December 1, 2023.

Enrolling Now

For this 2023–2024 school year, we have very few 9th to 12th grades seats open up for a limited time. Contact the MIT front office for enrollment questions. For next school year, 2024–2025 enrollment begins for the next year for 9th grade students. The seats are limited due to the building capacity so reserve your spot as soon as possible. 

Parent Night

Thank you to all the parents, guardians, and students for attending the parent night. Also, we would like to thank our teachers, administrative staff, and student volunteers for their help in organizing this event. Parents and students were happy to receive a lot of information regarding the programs at MIT, the college and career readiness, and sports update. Thank you again to parents for submitting the survey. This will help us to plan our future events and programs. The presentation and the survey link were also sent out to all the parents via email.

Meet the Guidance Counselor

Greetings MIT Students & Families,

I am delighted to get to know you and work with you this school year as your school counselor. Please know that you are welcome to schedule a meeting with me using the Calendly link. There you can select a 15 or 30-minute meeting to discuss academics, social-emotional concerns, or college & career goals.

I will be reaching out to families of seniors very soon to schedule one-hour individual college planning 101 meetings. These meetings are not mandatory but will provide an opportunity for us to work together to support your graduating seniors as they embark on the next exciting chapter of their lives.

I can also be reached via email.

Looking forward to our work together!

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.