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Revised summer school schedule mailed home

A letter with an updated summer school schedule was mailed home to students and parents on Wednesday, July 1. view letter | visit summer school page

View the 2015 Monticello High School graduation ceremony

Please visit to view footage of Monticello High School's 2015 graduation, which took place on Sunday, June 28. Congratulations to all our graduates and Happy Summer to all!

Monticello seniors turn their tassels

The Monticello Class of 2015 bid farewell at on Sunday, June 28 during a commencement ceremony at SUNY Sullivan.View highlights from graduation in the video below and, for many more images, check out Monticello’s graduation photo album on Facebook.

Caps off to our graduates!

VIEW PHOTO GALLERY from graduation ceremony rehearsal.

MHS announces Summer Learning Academy 2015

Monticello High School will offer a summer learning academy for credit recovery and enrichment. from July 6 to August 13, 2015. Click here to view a brochure or read more.

District sponsors "Transition after high school" program

Pupil Personnel Services Director Tanya Duryea teamed with the Hudson Valley Special Education Planning Center and Every Person Influences Children (EPIC) to offer a Transition Fair: Preparing for Life After High School.  read more

MCSD implements new visitor sign-in procedures

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.

Congratulations Honor Roll students!

Monticello High School has announced its fourth marking period Honor Roll list. read more

Design and Drawing classes donate to American Red Cross

Students from three Design and Drawing for Production classes raised money for their recent field trip to Basha Kill Wetlands by building and selling birdhouses and planters, and by completing custom projects. Their hard work resulted in more money than the field trip cost and they, in turn, made a donation to the American Red Cross.  read more

Seniors attend first annual lock-in celebration

On Friday, May 29, approximately 70 seniors from Monticello High School enjoyed the school’s first annual lock-in, a supervised drug-and-alcohol-free graduation celebration held at Holiday Mountain.  read more

AoF seniors share experiences at year-end dinner

Academy of Finance seniors shared how the Academy has impacted their lives during a year-end dinner celebration. read more

AoF discusses European affairs with special guest

The Academy of Finance recently welcomed Martin Taggart, a guest from Great Britain, to speak with them about the European Union. read more

AoF visits 9/11 Memorial in NYC

Members of the Academy of Finance recently visited New York City and got a firsthand look at the tragedy that took place on September 11, 2001. read more

Technology class builds wheelchair ramp and several other projects

Learning basic engineering skills and helping out in the community are both big parts of the MHS technology program. Students from Don Waddell’s class got the chance to use their skills and help the community by building a wheelchair ramp for the school’s gymnasium, among several other projects.  view gallery

Advisory Board Members offer interview advice

Representatives of Hospitality Green and The Center for Discovery recently visited Mrs. Swaine’s class to talk to Academy of Finance juniors about job interviewing. read more

Living environment and tech classes visit Basha Kill Wetlands, donate homemade birdhouses (see video highlights below)


Key Club helps raise awareness and funds for Walk of Hunger

Members of Monticello High School's Key Club recently conducted a fundraiser in support of the Walk for Hunger annual event. read more

Art teacher Jay Brooks paints mural for library entrance

Mr. Brooks' mural portraying 1970s Monticello brightens library entrance.  read more

Times H-R names 2015 Scholar Athletes

The Times Herald-Record has named Hayden Carnell (left) and Lena Episalla (right) Monticello High School's Scholar Athletes for the class of 2015.

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!

MHS announces third marking period honor roll

Congratulations to the following students who were named to the Monticello High School honor roll for the third marking period. see list

June menus now posted

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.

Important information about morning drop-off procedures

Our first priority is always the safety of our students. Parents: please CLICK HERE for information about student drop-off in the morning.

Revised late bus runs announced

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 the student calendar for 2014-15 school year

View important dates for the 2014-15 school year. view the student calendar [PDF]

Parent Today offers parents tips to help children succeed

Have you signed up for the free, opt-in resource Parent Today? Be sure to check out the Parent Today e-newsletter and website, which offer tips and resources to aid parents in their partnership with educators to support students throughout the educational process, from pre-k through high school. More

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