At Marion C. Moore an Academies of Louisville school, our culture stems from our mission and vision. The vision is that Marion C. Moore will be the school where students want to be, adults want to work, and the community is proud to have their children attend. We are the largest school in Louisville and proudly have grades six through twelve. Your child can be with us for seven years. This is a unique benefit of Moore’s combined school model. Moore is leading the way in the Academies of Louisville initiative. Moore’s Academies include Freshman Academy; Health Sciences Academy; Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Academy; and Community Academy. In these Academies, we currently offer 13 career pathway choices as seen on the following page. At Moore, students will be able to participate in real work experiences with field trips, job shadows, internships, potential apprenticeships, and other work-based learning experiences related to their career choices, all while potentially earning college credits as they go. Moore has in excess of 15 business partners, and we are adding to these all the time. These partners help advise on our career choice pathways and are up to date with current demands and trends. These business partners also host many of our student involvement opportunities. We encourage you to #KNOWMOORE and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @mooremustangs and @tracimorrishunt.
- A dedicated executive principal with an assistant principal, counselor, and team of core teachers are committed to the development of each Academy.
- In addition to core courses, the school offers a wide variety of electives that most closely align with your pathway, career, and personal interests. Academic courses include Honors, Advance, and Advanced Placement (AP) classes, with the ability to earn college credits through dual-credit courses in both academic and career courses along with industry certifications.
- A yearlong freshman seminar course is designed to teach you skills that promote initiative and responsibility for your learning, effective teamwork and communication, critical thinking, and problem solving along with some real-life skills needed so desperately by our youth today.