Montville High School
MHS Core Values: Effort, Respect and Responsibility
The high school years provide each student with the wonderful opportunity to discover his or her unique talents and gifts. One way to learn is through participation in the variety of clubs, organizations and teams that exist at Montville High School. There are outstanding athletic teams and musical programs as well as literary and drama clubs and academic groups that will help any individual learn more about him/herself, and to develop friendships that may last a lifetime.
The high school years are unsurpassed in the unique and memorable opportunities that will present themselves. Students need to study hard, challenge themselves, set high goals and enjoy the experience. Becoming involved in school will accomplish these goals.
The faculty and staff will offer help along the way. Please ask for our assistance. Along with everyone at Montville High School, I wish you an exciting and successful year.
Jeffrey S. Theodoss, Principal
- Chieftain (Student run newspaper)
- Counseling & Career Scholarship News
- Images MHS Student Literary Magazine
- MHS Newsletter
ANNOUNCEMENTS & Information
Don't forget! LAST CHANCE TO ORDER YOUR YEAR BOOK IS 2/15/17 visit: http://www.jostens.com
PARENTS you can now place an ad in the year book by visiting: http://jostensadservice.com?REF=A01069300 Deadline: 2/16/17
BACKUS HOSPITAL JUNIOR VOLUNTEER BRIDGE PROGRAM
Applications are now available online for the Junior Volunteer Program at Backus Hospital. This summer program gives high school students the opportunity to explore careers in healthcare and provides students with volunteer opportunities as well as mentorship, career development and career shadows. The deadline to apply is February 1st and applications can be found online on the Backus Hospital website. See your counselor with any questions.
Do you want to know what the book club is reading this month? Find out what’s happening and get other book suggestions from our Instagram account: raymondlibraryteens
Our next book is Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Meeting February 1st at Raymond Hill. See you there!
- Late Arrival/Early Dismissal forms are available in the main office.
- Class dues of 100.00 must be paid by Feb 1st. to Mrs. Hickey in Room 320. Students who do not pay dues will not be allowed to attend the Outing. If you have any questions or need to set up a payment plan see Mrs. Hickey ASAP.
Parking pass applications are available in the main office. All students driving to school need a pass.
Late buses are available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.
For up-to-date student announcements and information visit the Morning Announcements web page.