Merrol Hyde Magnet School

At Merrol Hyde Magnet School we are committed to excellence, and this commitment is the basis of our Honor Code. Although there may be many personal definitions of honor, Merrol Hyde honor is displaying honesty, respect, and trustworthiness by:

Being truthful about having done one's homework, class work, quizzes, projects, and tests.

Delivering a parent/teacher document in its full and original context.

Being truthful about whereabouts during school hours or extracurricular activities.

Leaving unattended property as is, unless returning or taking to lost and found.

Following the proper procedures in removing books, magazines, or any other media resources from the library.

Leaving a faculty member's desk or any other personal property in the classroom undisturbed.

Keeping confidential the information concerning tests, quizzes, or exam content.

Being accepting on any basis including: age, gender, race, religion, nationality, or disability.

Using appropriate language at all times. Respecting staff, parent volunteers, and fellow classmates.

Showing respect toward performers and guest speakers with appropriate audience behavior.

Setting positive examples for younger students.

The Honor Code Pledge "I commit to being honest and respectful, and I submit this as my own work."

Shared Vision

Merrol Hyde Magnet School is a unique, K-12 learning community that uses the Paideia philosophy of educating the whole child--mind, body, and spirit--to meet the needs of students.  We will provide intentional, rigorous, accelerated college-preparatory instruction focused on humanities and critical and creative thinking.

We will create a collaborative community where students and teachers actively engage in continual growth and learning, seek out and civilly discuss diverse ideas and values, and pursue solutions to enrich their lives and the lives of others.