Morse High School


Morse had 25 student athletes attend the African American Heritage Padres game on April 15, 2022 in honor of the late, great Jackie Robinson. Students from Lincoln and San Diego High attended as well.

Check out the following links to see the highlights of this event!


San Diego Union Tribune

NBC 7 San Diego




During the month of May, Morse will be administering several standardized tests. 

Advanced Placement Testing Window: Monday, May 2nd-Friday, May 13th

CAASPP State Testing Window: Monday, May 16th through Thursday, May 26th.

We encourage all parents to ensure their child gets a restful night's sleep during our testing season! 


Morse's Class of 2022 Commencement Ceremony is on Tuesday, June 14th. Morse will have a traditional commencement ceremony on our football field.

For ALL things graduation, please click on the document below. Link to Graduation Informational Document

Important Dates:

  • Senior Prom: Saturday, June 4th at Sea World (for additional information contact Mr. Duffy at
  • Senior Final Exams: June 8th-10th (for additional information, contact your child's senior teacher)
  • Seniors' last day of classes: Friday, June 10th (please note that seniors are STILL expected to attend school on both Monday, June 13th and June 14th)
  • Cap and Gown Distribution/Graduation Rehearsal: Monday, June 13th (for additional information contact Mr. Duffy at
  • Grad Nite (Disneyland): Saturday, June 11th (for additional information contact Ms. Orona at
  • Graduation: Tuesday, June 14th at 5:00 p.m. (Morse's football field) (for additional information contact Mr. Duffy at




San Diego Tribune article highlights the Community Arts Project and features Morse High School's art teacher, Ms. Jessica Rogawski!

Click here to view article

Congratulations to Joana De La Torre on her  admittance and acceptance to YALE UNIVERSITY!


This is an extraordinary accomplishment, particularly because Yale only admitted 4% of applicants this year. We love it when our Tigers get admitted to Ivy League schools. This is so exciting! 


Congratulations to Joana De La Torre!!

The Morse winners for the 2022 Affect The Youth Scholarship are:

 Marvin Peeples

John David Edwards

Kaylah McClay

Junaya Flordeliza

Please help us congratulate our awesome scholars!

Morse is starting a Peer Mentor program. Our peer mentors will have an integral role in supporting their peers both academically and emotionally.

 Congratulations to the Morse 2022-2023 Peer Mentors: 

Ahmed Althalmi

Victor Badillo Jr. 

Angelica Campos

Nya Chambers

Nalani Echaves

Ariadna Gomez 

Ciara Gomez

Raine Latada

Ariana Louis

Evelyn Mejia

Khalil Mitchell

Azalia Nava

Morse at the Special Olympics Unified Program

Students from Lincoln, Morse, San Diego, and Scripps Ranch high schools took the field Thursday for the latest offering in Unified Sports, a Special Olympics program that brings players of all abilities together in friendly competition.

At this week's event, students in special education programs took part in soccer matches and skills practice alongside their general education peers, including members of the schools' soccer teams, and played in historic Balboa Stadium before a crowd of family members and student supporters.

The Unified program is designed to promote social inclusion by creating school climates where students with disabilities feel welcome, and are routinely included in and feel a part of all activities, opportunities and events.

Morse High School was named a Special Olympics Unified Champion School in 2019, a fulfillment of the vision Adaptive P.E. Teacher Deirdre Fabian had worked towards for years.


Morse High School Garden Clean up! 

In honor of Earth Day 2022, Morse culinary arts teacher, Mrs. Coelho, organized a garden clean up that transformed Morse's garden into the amazing learning and growing space it once was. Morse is so thankful for the volunteers who weed-wacked, raked, cut, and more to help uncover this garden.

We want to thank the following community members who donated their time and resources to make it happen...Community Master gardeners, Muriel King & Heather Holland; volunteers from (Phi Beta Sigma fraternity); Morse students; Janet Whited (recycling coordinator for SDUSD) and District 4 Council president Ms. Monica Montgomery. 


Giving Back to the Community

Morse alumni, Shane Harris, was instrumental in organizing an initiative to give free gas to families in need. He is an excellent Tiger role model for giving back to our community in a time of need. 

Check out the following link to get full story:



Modified Days (First period begins at 10 a.m): May 4th

CASSAS: May 7th (Summons will be given to students)

Memorial Day Weekend: In observance of Memorial Day, there will be no school on Friday, May 27th and Monday, May 30th. Students report back to school on Tuesday, May 31st.

Next Grading Period Ends: June 14, 2022 and the last day of school.

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Senior College Information

Greetings Tigers,

It is scholarship season!

Please make sure to check your "Class Of" Google classroom for any and all scholarship opportunities. It is also important to continue to apply to the free money opportunities on Going Merry at

Reach out to Ms. Ridge in the counseling center with any questions or for additional assistance.


CAL SOAP events for May:


Community college applications are now available online for the FALL 2022 school year!  

The Promise scholarship for the Community college district is now open for the student to apply. 

Please visit this website for more information and online application google form:

Apply for the Promise | San Diego Community College District

Students who meet all program requirements and are eligible to participate in the San Diego Promise program will receive an invitation to electronically sign a Promise contract.

Click here for the Counseling Newsletter.


The Wellness Center (Rm 100) is a safe, non-judgmental, inclusive space for all high school students. We cultivate a positive school climate & our students come first.

We have groups, one-on-one Wellness Check-Ins, Life Skills

Education, Student-Led Wellness opportunities, Activities (mindfulness, coping skills, exercise, art, self-care etc.), On The Go Snacks & much more.

The Wellness center offers a unique model that includes a team of highly trained FamilyYouth Partners, supervised by a licensed mental health clinician to provide: 

  • Short term case management to coordinate care, and link to appropriate

           resources and services. 

  • Mentoring and coaching to help families navigate through behavioral health, physical healthcare, education, child welfare, legal, and juvenile justice systems.
  • Strengthening support networks for families
  • Advocating for parents and caregivers by attending key meetings, such as for Individualized Education Plans (IEP) and court hearings. 
  • Educating the community on a variety of behavioral health topics. 

What’s Happening in the Wellness Center

Harmonium Family Youth Partner Program- Also having openings for Grief Support and Coping Skills Group. Call or Email Ms. Rasheedah to join. 619-366-6174 or

Check out the following links to get involved with events The Wellness Center offers.

Hillcrest Youth Center

F.A.N.C.Y by D.E.T.O.U.R Empowers


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Morse Senior High

Address: 6905 Skyline Drive,

San Diego, CA 92114

Phone: 619-510-4700

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