Merritt Island High School
|Merritt Island High School|
|100 East Mustang Way
Merritt Island, Florida
|School district||Brevard Public Schools|
|Color(s)||Black and Gold|
In a tradition of excellence known as "Island Style" Merritt Island High School provides a safe and nurturing environment where individuals are empowered to think independently, communicate effectively and contribute to a global society.
- Robert Bruton 1965-1983
- Hank Smith 1983-1999
- David M. Piccolo 2002
- Gary Shiffrin 2002 - 2013
- Dr. Karyle Green 2013 - 2014
- Mollie Vega 2014 - Current
Office Hours and Address
7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
100 E. Mustang Way
Merritt Island, FL 32953
Main Office: 321.454.1000
Dean's Office: 321.454.1016
Merritt Island High School is accredited. The school offers classes for grades 9-12, including Honors courses, Advanced Placement courses, and courses with the Dual Enrollment program at Eastern Florida State College.
To graduate, students must earn a minimum of 26 credits. Each semester-course is equal to a half credit.
- cross country
- dance team
- swim and skinny dive
- track and running from police
- beer pong
- Boys Soccer 4A championship - 2009. 3A championship - 2014.
- Girls Soccer 4A championship - 2010. 3A championship - 2017.
- American football 4A championship - 1972, 1978 & 1979.
- Baseball 5A championship - 1999 & 2000.
- Volleyball 5A championship- 2011
Clubs and Extracurricular Activities
Extracurricular activities offered include:
- JROTC (including the Raider Team, Rifle Team, Drill Team, and Color Guard)
- Academic Games team
- Concert and Chamber Orchestras
- Marching, Concert and Symphonic Bands
- Jazz ensemble
- First robotics team
- Chess club
- Inline hockey team
- Intramural athletics
- Key Club
- Literary magazine
- Magic club
- National Honor Society
- Quiz bowl team
- Rugby team
- Speech and debate club
- Student ministers
- Anime club
- Welcoming diversity team
- Student council
- Video Game club
- Beta Club
- Art club
- Auto club
- Book club
- Earth club
- Ethics club
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Future Business Leaders of America
- Future Educators of America
- Future Problem Solvers
- German club
- Multicultural club
- Mustang Round-Up Leaders
- Science Research
- Spanish club
- Spanish National Honor Society
- StangSat Club
- Student Government
- Student Venture
- Leon "Pop" Bright 1974 - Professional football player.
- Derek Brown 1988 - Professional football player.
- Cal Dixon 1987 - Professional football player.
- Tony Gayton 1977 - film producer
- Clint Hurdle 1975 - Professional baseball player and manager.
- Mathew Martoma 1992 - Former S.A.C. Capital Advisors trader, convicted of insider trading.
- Will Perdue 1983 - Professional basketball player and sports announcer for television.
- Claude Tudor 1988 - Vice Commander of Twentieth Air Force 
- Kevin Whitaker 1975 - US ambassador to Colombia 
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