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Welcome to Madison-Grant Junior/Senior High School, home of the Argylls! We are halfway between Fort Wayne and Indianapolis in Fairmount, Indiana, serving students in grades seven through twelve. Our academic programs range from college dual credit opportunities to career preparation courses. We utilize Google Chromebooks for our 1:1 technology initiative, which offers our students a technology-enriched curriculum that will prepare our students for the 21st century. We strive to ensure that every Argyll graduate is college and career ready so that they can prepare for the next phase of their lives. 

We invite you to take some time to get to know our website and our excellent staff members. We encourage our school community and visitors to use the website for important academic and event information for MGJSHS, where we strive to inspire, challenge, and cultivate excellence in every Argyll. 

“Small School…...Big Success.”

2019-2020 Scholastic Awards Night

Spring 2020 Assessment Update

Please view this letter from Dr. Jennifer McCormick at the Indiana Department of Education. We hope this answers any questions you may have about the spring 2020 assessment period. 

New Phone Numbers for Madison-Grant

Please make note of our new district phone numbers:

  • Madison-Grant Jr./Sr. High School - (765) 536.0032
  • Park Elementary School - (765) 536.0084
  • Summitville Elementary School - (765) 536.2875
  • Central Office - (765) 536.0008

A Message from Our Principal

Welcome to Madison-Grant Junior/Senior High School, where we continuously strive for growth in pursuit of excellence. I am blessed to work with a faculty, staff, and community who are committed to the well-being of our students, both academically and socially. We pride ourselves in providing a safe learning environment that will challenge all of our students as we grow them in becoming “College and Career Ready.”

We operate with one basic expectation in our building and that is to “do what you are supposed to do, when you are supposed to do it, and do it to the best of your ability.” We simply challenge each student to be the best he or she can be. A partnership between our building and home helps us to do that more effectively. I encourage parents to contact teachers with concerns and questions as it relates to their child’s education. We value this partnership.

On a personal level, I am blessed to be a part of this school community with an all-in approach. My family resides within this district and our children attend one of our district’s elementary schools. My wife and I made this decision because we believe in and trust the work that is happening within our district in grades PK through 12. Regardless of your individual circumstance, I encourage you to take an all-in approach as our school community and culture will only be as strong as the people that comprise it. I ask that each of you get involved in some capacity. Find time to attend a school event in order to support our students who work hard in and out of the classroom representing MG at a high level. Together as a school community, we will build on the traditions of the past and meet the challenges of the future.


Bengamin Mann