Mooresville Consolidated School Corporation11 W Carlisle St, Mooresville, IN 46158
About The School Mooresville Consolidated School Corporation consists of one high school (grades 9-12), one middle school (grades 7-8), and five elementary schools (grades k-6). The school district also has an alternative school (the Education Opportunity Center) for high school students. The district includes residents of Brown, Harrison, and Madison Townships in Morgan County, Indiana. More than 4,300 students attend Mooresville schools. The links on the left will direct you to any of our schools. The Mooresville school system began with the Friends Academy, which was built in 1861. The Academy building, one of the first high schools in the state of Indiana, was a boarding school with students renting rooms from area residents. The school building, which sits on the Newby Memorial Elementary School campus, has been restored and is listed on the National Historic Register. The building now serves as a local history museum as well as the offices of the Community Foundation of Morgan County. Also on the Newby campus is the "old Newby gym" or the "Newby Dome." The gym was built in the early 1900s with help from Mooresville residents who each contributed $100 to help build the facility.