Monticello High School will offer a summer learning academy for credit recovery and enrichment each summer. A grab and go breakfast will be offered at 9 a.m.; lunch begins at 11 a.m. Transportation is also available for students. A bus schedule will be posted on the website each year prior to the start of summer school.
Instruction is designed to provide students with additional time and support to gain the course credits needed for graduation as well as provide students with opportunities to study courses beyond what is offered at MHS. Instruction will be blended with utilization of an online program called Edmentum as well as differentiated material provided by the content specialist teacher.
Class will not be in session on Fridays.
If you have any questions, please contact Monticello High School Assistant Principals Robyn Boardman or Christopher Palmer at 518-794-8840 ext. 10928 or ext. 10929.
Registration for summer courses and regents exams will take place at the end of June (check district calendar) at the Monticello High School library, 39 Breakey Avenue. Please come prepared with your address, contact information, emergency contact information.
Out-of-district students can register for Regents testing only and will need will also need to provide their school’s address, contact information and provide a $50 testing fee.
Regents Examinations take place two days in August each year. (Please check back for updated information.) The cost of the exam is waived for Monticello High School students; out-of-district students must pay a $50 fee per exam. Students, when registering, please bring proper photo identification.
Please note: out-of-district students must mail their own answer sheets (RICs), which can be obtained from his/her school. Answer sheets should be mailed to the Chris Palmer, Monticello High School, 39 Breakey Ave., Monticello NY 12701. If you have any questions, please contact Monticello High School Assistant Principals Robyn Boardman or Christopher Palmer at 845-794-8840 ext. 10928 or ext. 10929 or contact your school guidance counselor.
Graduation is held in August each year. Please check the district calendar for updated information.
- Students must report to the room in which they were assigned. Students may not go to other rooms to complete their assignments.
- Appropriate dress for school is required. Please refer to the District Code of Conduct regarding dress code.
- No visitors (including siblings) are permitted in summer school at any time.
- Grade reports (i.e. transcripts) are sent to the student’s home and to the student’s home school. We do not provide any such information over the telephone.
- Students are expected to be on time for class each and everyday in order to complete the required work and receive credit.
- High school students will need 42 hours of instruction to receive course credit.
- Any student who misses a class will need to make it up or risk not getting course credit. Three late arrivals to class (arriving within the first 15 minutes) equals one absence.
- Smoking, drinking, possession/use of drugs/alcohol, fighting, harassing others and misbehaving on school property will not be tolerated. Violators will be dealt with by school administrators and, when appropriate, by the police.
- Violators may be dismissed from summer school as a consequence of repeated or serious rule violations. Three referrals can equal dismissal.