Archbishop Murphy hybrid rollout still thriving
Early January protocols are unchanged
Last updated 1/29/2021 at 2:54pm
The spacious campus for the small community at Archbishop Murphy High School has shown advantages in a pandemic, making it easier to keep people apart physically and together emotionally.
“So far it's going really well,” said AMHS Principal Alicia Mitchell on Jan. 26.
The private, tuition-based Catholic high school is open to the religious and non-religious and has 468 students on a 22-acre site. The standard teacher-to-student ratio is 11 to 1.
“We have space still to accommodate up to 50% of our students in the cohort groups,” Mitchell said.
She said the social and emotional ch...