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  • Mid City High School
    Principal: Jenni Weipert
    3801 Marquette Street
    Davenport, Iowa 52806
    Phone:  1-563-336-7600
    Fax:  1-563-445-5955

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    2019-2020 Yearbooks For Sale

    Mid City student won trip to Washington DC

    Nic Schaedig took first place in public speaking at an iJAG competition in Des Moines  a couple months ago. Because she won the competition, Nic got an all expense paid six day trip to Washington DC and she was the first student from Mid City to ever receive this opportunity! Nic was joined on this trip by others in the iJAG program. While in DC she met Chuck Grassley, who is an iowa Senator and President Pre-Tem, visited the WWII Memorial, White House, and Capital Building.  


    Verbal Art Exhibit


    The Fall Art Exhibit entitled “Verbal” was a big success! Mid City has a large number of talented art students and Ms. Lewis displays their work throughout the school and in the community at large.  For example, several students had work on display recently at the Festival of Trees.


    Computer Graphics Auction

    Computer Graphics students are not only learning about photo editing but also about running a business!  Ms. Lewis has put her digital photography students into groups to make a business plan and implement it by running an Auction featuring photographs they’ve produced. Go Mavericks!

    2nd Semester Conferences

    Mid City High School second quarter Conferences are tomorrow, December 4, 2019.  We look forward to seeing our students and their families tomorrow night.

    Future Educators Club visits UNI

    Mid City’s Educators Club visited the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) in Cedar Falls to check out the programs offered, participate in a guided tour, and a number of  students applied to the college. Go Mavericks!


    Congratulations Mavericks!


    Congratulations to our October Teacher of the Month and October Student of the Month! Way to go!


    Gear Up students visit SCC


    Mid City Gear Up students visited Scott Community College to learn about the various degree and certification programs available to them upon graduating from high school! Go Mavericks!


    Final Exam Schedule For This Wednesday and Thursday


    Two students attend the Portfolio Workshop athe


    Mid City Art Teacher, Ms. Lewis, escorted two of her Digital Photography students to the Figge Art Museum for the Portfolio Workshop.  A once in a lifetime opportunity for Caytlin Wilford and Austin Fuller who showcased their ePortfolios that they created using Google Sites.  Way to go Mavericks!


    Nic Schaedig Takes 1st Place


    Nic Schaedig represented Mid City iJag at the NSLA (National Student Leadership Academy) on Tuesday October 15th. The students had the opportunity to do an essay on their iJag story and then iJag representatives choose those who would represent their story well at competition.   Nic had to tell her personal story and how iJag helped her become who she is today.   All 40 students that attended on Tuesday told their personal story and then had to choose between 4 categories to compete in; Public Speaking, Math, PBL Showcase, or Employability Skills.   Nic choose Public Speaking and received the highest score, making her come in first place at the competition, receiving a medal. Nic is the first student from Mid City iJag to go to competition and win first place.   Nic is now on her way to Washington DC with iJag for the next step in the competition.   Please help us in congratulating Nic on her accomplishment and wishing her well on her way to DC in December. Way to go Nic!


    Fall Choir Concert

    Mid City Fall Choir concert was a hit! Awsome job Mavericks!

    College Visit For Students Interested In Agriculture


    Students interested in Agriculture visited Muscatine Community College to learn about careers in the Ag/Farming industry.  Topics Mid City students learned about included:

    • Agribusiness Management
    • Farm Management
    • Agribusiness Equipment Technician
    • Precision Agriculture
    • Ag Systems and Technology
    • Turf and Landscape Management

    College Fair


    The IQCCP College Fair will be held from 5:30-7 pm at Scott Community College’s downtown Davenport campus,101 West Third Street.  We will over 40 institutions available for you to visit with.  The link provides information for the City of Davenport parking. https://cityofdavenportiowa.com/services/public_works/parking  Please note, on-street parking is free after 5 PM. 


    Quad Cities College Fair

    Explore the Possibilities!

    Visit with over 50 Colleges and Universities

    Monday, October 14th from 5:30pm – 7:00pm

    at Scott Community College Urban Campus

    for a list of participants, visit https://www.eicc.edu/news4/iqccp.aspx


    Mommy and Me Time


    Once a month Heather Malli, Speech-Language Pathologist from the AEA, visits with the teen moms and their babies to engage in Mommy and Me time which helps children with mobility, social awareness, sights and sounds.  


    IHCC Rep Shares Scholarship Information


    Gear Up program liaison Lindsey Jimenez had Ashley Stagner of Indian Hills Community College present scholarship information to our students.  Actor and Iowa native Tom Arnold gives two scholarships each year to incoming students of Indian Hills Community College.  Students need to write a 1,000 word essay on a given topic to apply for the scholarship given by Tom Arnold.  Go Mavericks!


    Conferences will be Wednesday, Sept. 25th


    Reminder to parents and students that Mid City High School Conferences will be this Wednesday, September 25th, from 3:30pm until 6:30pm.  We look forward to seeing our Maverick Families!

    Last Day to Order Mid City Gear is Monday, September 16th:


    Good news! The store is still open for purchases for another week! Please visit the website and purchase your Mid City gear before it gets too cold! 


    Thank you and have a wonderful day!

    Open House Tonight:


    Mid City’s Open House is this evening from 6:00pm until 7:30pm.  We look forward to meeting our new students and welcoming back our previous students! 

    First Day of School:


    Hello Maverick families!  The first day back to school for students will be Monday, August 26th.  Please note the regular schedule and one-hour early out on Wednesdays:


    Mid City Registration:


    REGISTRATION: August 14th and 15th from 11:00am – 5:00pm

    FRESHMAN ORIENTATION: August 15th from 5:00pm – 6:30pm

    Mid City Spirit Wear Now Available:


    Are you interested in buying a Mid City tshirt, hoodie or sweatshirt?  If so, click on the graphic below to begin shopping!



    We want to welcome our incoming Freshman! Freshman orientation will be August 15th from 5:00pm until 6:30pm.

    5:00-5:15  Welcome presentation in the gym.

    5:15-6:00    Students will be able to get their schedule, take a tour of the building, and get their student ID’s made.

    6:00  Pizza and cookies will be served.

    Students and parents can leave when scheduling and ID’s are complete.  Our building secretaries Shannon and Karen will be in the office to answer questions parents or students might have.  

    Gear Up College Visits


    Gear Up students did two college visits today – they visited Western Illinois University in Moline and St. Ambrose in Davenport.

    Author & Actress Dana Davis visits Mid City


    Mid City was thrilled to have author and actress Dana L. Davis present today! She is so inspiring and gracious! 



    2019 Graduation Ceremony


    Congratulations to the 2019 graduating class of Mid City High School!

    Students accepted into YEW Internship Program


    Mid City is pleased to announce that Alex Koch and Nic Schaedig have been accepted into the competitive Midwest Writing Center’s 2019 Young Emerging Writers (YEW) Summer Internship Program.  The YEW Summer Internship Program is for young people in the Quad Cities who are passionate about writing, the MWC offer this selective seven-week program from June 3rd through July 17th, 2019.  YEW is for talented graduating and continuing high school students, ages 15-19, interested in creating and publishing works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and/or drama. The ultimate goal of the program is development of intern writing abilities and the production and distribution of a literary journal representing the best work of the participants.



    Art Installation Night


    Ms. Lewis is able to inspire her students to create amazing art work. Last night was their annual Art Installation. Amazing!


    Davenport Public Library Promotes Summer Reading Program


    We value our community partnership with Davenport Public Library! Emily Simpao and Amber Carlson visited classrooms to tell teens about their summer reading program.