MHS students will be following a "reverse" two hour delay on Tuesday, May 19 and Wednesday, May 20 to accommodate NWEA testing. read more
During the May 19 and May 20 testing periods, regular morning runs and afternoon dismissal runs will be offered, as usual. To accommodate students who are taking tests, there will be an additional noon dismissal run, which will follow the late run bus routes, and then a 4:30 pm late run. see late bus schedule.
Members of Monticello High School's Key Club recently conducted a fundraiser in support of the Walk for Hunger annual event. read more
To ensure the safety and security of all students, employees and visitors to our buildings, the district has implemented new safety procedures. These are district-wide procedures; all visitors to any building are required to adhere to the outlined procedures listed here. For additional information, click here to read the Monticello Board of Education policies regarding visitors.
MHS senior Wynter Ransom reflects on her time spent as an intern for Linda Hartley, President of Hartley Consulting, Inc. and her experience as an attendee at the Nonprofit Leadership Summit in March. read more
Mr. Brooks' mural portraying 1970s Monticello brightens library entrance. read more
More than 100 Monticello Central School District students prepared music and performed at the New York State School Music Association's annual festival on May 8 and 9. read more
The senior class will be taking a field trip to Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey on Thursday, June 11! The cost of the trip is $40 and includes a park ticket, transportation, breakfast and lunch. Interested students must see Mr. Billias immediately for permission slips and to turn in payment. read more
Our next spotlight feature is about Susan Bahrenburg, director of Monticello High School's Academy of Finance. Congratulations to Mrs. Bahrenburg! She is a true example of Monticello excellence. read more
The MHS Academy of Finance was recently highlighted in the New York State School Boards Association (NYSSBA) news. There, business teacher and AoF advisor Susan Bahrenburg explains how AoF prepares high school students for life after high school and connects them to the world of financial services and personal finance. read more
On April 9, the MHS Academy of Finance students met AoF Advisory Board member Jeremy Gorelick. Mr. Gorelick talked to students about his work, career path, travels and more. read more
The Academy of Finance students recently finished their seventh tax season serving the residents of Sullivan County. This year the students prepared just shy of 170 returns. read more
Senior basketball player Devin Williams was named Player of the Year and head coach Chris Russo Coach of the Year by the Sullivan County Democrat. read story
The Times Herald-Record has named Hayden Carnell (left) and Lena
Episalla (right) Monticello High School's Scholar Athletes for the class of
Lena has 11 Varsity letters and an overall unweighted high school average of 99.48. Hayden has five Varsity letters and an overall unweighted high school average of 87.29. Congratulations to both!
On March 27, Academy of Finance students had a surprise visitor come to their classes! Jessica Simpson, a previous graduate of Monticello High School and current Wellness Ambassador for Sullivan County, came to visit and share her knowledge about health and wellness. read more
The guidance department's scholarship page is updated on a regular basis and outlines scholarship opportunities for students. Don't miss out! learn more about scholarships or join the REMIND service to get text updates.
Five Monticello High School seniors are recipients of New York State scholarships recognizing academic excellence. read more
Congratulations to the following students who were named to the Monticello High School honor roll for the third marking period. see list
Students have access to an online SAT preparation program, and after school
support will be available on a set schedule beginning Feb. 10.
The food service program provides students with tasty, healthy meals every school day. Click here to see what students can purchase for breakfast and lunch this month, to find out how to pay for school meals online or to see if your child qualifies for free or reduced meal prices.
Our first priority is always the safety of our students. Parents: please CLICK HERE for information about student drop-off in the morning.
Please see revised schedule for late bus runs and stops for the 2014-15 school year. Please call our transportation department at 845-794-8570 with any questions.
View important dates for the 2014-15 school year. view the student calendar [PDF]
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