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
- Morning Announcements
- Senior Superlatives (Opens 9/21 & Closes 9/28)
- Did you know that college representatives set time apart to visit students at their high schools?
Click link to view list of attending colleges.
College Visitation Schedule for 2016
- Chieftain (Student run newspaper)
- Counseling & Career Scholarship News
- Images MHS Student Literary Magazine
- MHS Newsletter
ANNOUNCEMENTS & Information
MHS OPEN HOUSE for 7th & 8th Grade students
Thursday, October 20th from 6:30 PM until 8:00 PM
The seventh and eighth grade open house at Montville High School will take place on October 20th. The night will feature an overview on school programs and expectations, followed by school tours, conversations with department chairpersons and special exhibits and activities that will be showcased during the evening.
The program will begin promptly at 6:30 PM in the auditorium and continue until 8:00 PM. Prior to the Open House beginning at 6 PM, parents of 8th grade students taking Algebra I at the high school will have the opportunity to meet with their high school math teacher and listen to an overview and expectations of the course. Time will also be made available for course or child specific questions.
Advisory is changing!
Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 21, the Advisory will NO LONGER occur between Blocks 1 and 2.
INSTEAD, Advisory will happen between Blocks 2 and 3. That means the Advisory period will start at 10:20 and NOT 9AM.
Seniors with late arrival should pay close attention to this change so they do not miss class time and incur tardies. Again, Advisory is now between Blocks 2 and 3!
ATTN Seniors: Late Arrival/Early Dismissal forms are available in the main office.
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.