Murray High School continues to evolve and is proud to have become a Community School in the 2022-2023 school year.
The 4 Pillars of a Community School
INTEGRATED STUDENT SUPPORTS: A dedicated staff member coordinates support programs to address out-of-school learning barriers for students and families. Mental and physical health services support student success.
EXPANDED AND ENRICHED LEARNING TIME AND OPPORTUNITIES: Enrichment activities emphasize real-world learning and community problem solving. After-school, weekend, and summer programs provide academic instruction and individualized support.
ACTIVE FAMILY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: Schools function as neighborhood hubs. There are educational opportunities for adults, and family members can share their stories and serve as equal partners in promoting student success.
COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP AND PRACTICES: Parents, students, teachers, principals, and community partners build a culture of professional learning, collective trust, and shared responsibility through site-based leadership teams and teacher learning communities.