Friday, March 27, 2015

Program of Studies/Advanced Placement (AP) Information Night - New Date

The Program of Studies/Advanced Placement (AP) Information Night
has been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 7th at 6:30pm in the Milton High School Auditorium.  This presentation will be a comprehensive overview of our course offerings, level choices, graduation requirements and the overall course selection process, followed by an overview of our Advanced Placement Program.

After these presentations in the Auditorium, Department Heads, AP teachers and students will be available to answer any specific questions you may have. All  are welcome to attend!

Following this evening's event, course selection sheets will be due back to guidance by Thursday, April 9th. If a course selection sheet has already been submitted to guidance any changes can be made by emailing your child's current guidance counselor or just writing the change on the course verification sheet that will be emailed to ALL students in early May.

Monday, March 16, 2015

MHS Student Voter Registration - Tue, March 31

On Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 11:15am to 1:30pm representatives from the Milton Town Clerk's office will be in the cafeteria to do Voter Registration for any student that would be eligible to vote in the upcoming Annual Town Election on April 28, 2015. Students must be born on or before April 28, 1997 in order to register.

Students must bring some type of photo ID with a birth date noted on it.

Friday, March 13, 2015

Program of Studies/Advanced Placement (AP) Information Night - Wed, March 25

Program of Studies/Advanced Placement (AP) Information Night
Wednesday, March 25th, 6:30pm Milton High School Auditorium
This presentation will be a comprehensive overview of our course offerings, level choices, graduation requirements and the overall course selection process. 

Following the presentation in the Auditorium, AP teachers and students
will be available to answer any specific questions you may have.
Parents and students are welcome to attend!

See you then!

MHS International Fest - Wed, March 18

The Milton High School Diversity Committee is preparing for the second annual International Fest to embrace and celebrate our diversity.  There are more than 25 different countries represented by our students and their families in the town of Milton.  The event is just around the corner -- Wednesday March 18, 2015, from 6:00 - 7:30 PM in the Milton High School cafeteria.

We are still looking for a few more people to host a country table.  We invite students, parents/guardians, grandparents, and anyone interested to participate in this event by having a table display of their culture.  Caribbean nations are missing and a few more from European countries would be nice! Ireland anyone?

Students, please come and join the fun!  Five hours of community service will be given to students who host country tables (set-up is from 4:00 PM on).  Hosting a table includes planning and gathering materials for the display.  We also need volunteers for serving food (must arrive at 5:00PM).  We have eight restaurants donating food, so that part should be delicious!  There will be sign in sheets that night - country table or volunteer students will need to sign in and sign out with either Ms. Bernard, Ms. Troy, or Ms. Meunier.



Wednesday, March 11, 2015

MHS Student Competing in the 2015 New Balance Nationals Indoor Championships

We would like to extend congratulations and best wishes to Milton High School freshman Bridget Mitchell, who qualified to compete in the 2015 New Balance Nationals Indoor championships, being held in New York City this weekend.
Bridget will race against the nation’s best high school athletes in the Freshman Mile, after having qualified during the season with the MHS Girls Indoor Track team.
Bridget holds three Milton High School records — for the one-mile and the two-mile races, and as part of the record-breaking 4×800 relay team which earned second place at the State Meet last month.
We wish Bridget the best of luck as she represents Milton High School on the national stage this weekend.