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The MEF is proud to continue the Myles Smiled on You Award, a secondary education loan reduction fund in memory of 2013 MHS graduate, Myles Mislavsky. Morristown High School Alumni can apply now through October 31.

Learn more about the colleges, universities and other post-graduate plans for the class of 2020.

The MEF is proud to continue the tradition of Senior Signs for graduating seniors and 8th-graders and will gift all graduates with a sign at no cost to families. Honor your graduate with a lawn sign that celebrates this hard-earned and important milestone!

Strategies for promoting youth well-being featuring Dr. Denise Pope, Senior Lecturer at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education.

15 diverse scholarships available with opportunities for every student.

Find out what is happening in "The District" in the Fall 2019 edition.

Learn more about their colleges and careers.

Find out what's happening in "The District" in the Spring 2019 edition.

Find out what is happening in "The District" in the Fall 2018 edition.

MEF ranked #1 Educational Foundation in the Nation of same size foundations.

The New Jersey Education Foundation Partnership (NJEFP) is pleased to announce the Morris Educational Foundation as the recipient of the 2018 NJEFP Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Fundraising.

Find out what is happening in "The District" in the Spring 2018 edition.

Find out what is happening in "The District" in the Fall 2017 edition.

The Morris School District was created in 1971, after a state court decision led to the merger of two Northern New Jersey communities — the mostly white suburbs of Morris Township, and the racially mixed urban hub of Morristown — into one school district for the purpose of maintaining racial and economic balance.