Office of the Superintendent

Mr. Mitch Mawhorter

Greetings!  I am Mitch Mawhorter, the Superintendent of Plymouth Community School Corporation, and I must say I am filled with immense pride to be associated with this incredible city. Plymouth holds a special place in my heart as it marks the first time in my educational career where the school's name aligns perfectly with the city it serves. The bond between the education system and the community here is remarkable and sets a solid foundation for our endeavors.  Witnessing the community spirit at our PCSC events, where families and residents come together, fills me with joy. From the vibrant Blueberry Festival to the bustling Farmer's Market and the lively Latino Festival, there's an enchanting allure to Plymouth that is hard to replicate anywhere else. It's a city with its own unique charm, and as a result, our PCSC schools are equally exceptional.  The harmony between the community and the schools is unparalleled. I am amazed by how Centennial Park serves as a hub for both education and leisure, hosting our varsity baseball and softball fields and tennis courts. Such a seamless connection between school and city is truly rare, making Plymouth stand out and giving our students a one-of-a-kind educational experience.  Plymouth's potential for growth, both in education and the economy, is astounding. As a corporation, we are not just an educational institution; we are a stepping stone for our students towards securing bright futures and good jobs within our area. Plymouth has become a destination for our students, a place they can always call home, thanks to the nurturing environment fostered by the city's warmth and support.  Being part of this remarkable city and leading its educational system is an honor. Plymouth, Indiana, with its unique character and strong ties to the community, is a true gem, and I couldn't ask for a better place to serve as Superintendent.  I look forward to continuing to get to know you and the community.  The possibilities are endless.  Sincerely,    Mitch Mawhorter