Attention current 9th, 10th, and 11th graders: It's that time of year again! You should begin thinking about what classes you would like to take for the 2019-20 school year. Please follow the link above to view our updated Program of Studies and start planning your next academic year.
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.
- Chieftain (Student run newspaper)
- Chieftain Website
- Counseling & Career Scholarship News
- Images MHS Student Literary Magazine
- MHS Newsletter
For up-to-date student announcements and information visit the
Morning Announcements web page.
IN THE NEWS
The Day's All-Area Golfer of the Year: Montville's Sam Gaboury
The Day, July 3, 2018
Montville High School students selected to perform in Sydney
Norwich Bulletin, June 27, 2018
Montville grads ready to face future head-on
The Day, June 25, 2018
Montville High graduates urged to lived morally
Norwich Bulletin, June 25, 2018
Archibald heads to Harvard after making impact on Montville
The Day, May 23, 2018
Montville Student a 'Playwright for Tomorrow'
The Day, May 8, 2018
2019-2020 Paraeducator of the Year: Last Thursday we recognized Tyl Paraeducator Donna Wilson. Mayor McDaniel, Bob, MJ, Jason, Jen and I had the pleasure of surprising Donna as she brought her reading students into the Tyl library where her husband and son also awaited her. A para in our district since 1987, Donna works closely with reading consultant Amy Geary to support students' growth as readers. Amy's nomination for Donna states: "With student achievement and safety being her utmost concern, Mrs. Wilson sets out to establish a good rapport with her students; and in return, they respond positively to her instructions. She is knowledgeable about reading and how to implement researched interventions that turn struggling readers into proficient readers. Her understanding of reading development makes her a vital member of the reading data team. She works collaboratively and respectfully with all staff. She has a "can-do" attitude. As such she accomplishes any task that is given to her. When unexpected situations arise, she is flexible and will do what needs to be done for the sake of the students and staff. Donna is an exemplary dedicated, paraprofessional who is worthy of this honor. Donna expressed "I just had to let you know how honored I feel to have been selected for Paraprofessional of the Year. I am well aware that there are many paras in this district who do an outstanding job, and I am humbled to have been chosen. I was so completely shocked that I'm sure I did not adequately express how thrilled and thankful I feel to have been given such recognition for working at a job I truly love. I am so very fortunate to be doing something that (most of the time!) doesn't feel like work. I honestly love coming to school each day. Thank you again for such an honor.'