Montgomery High School

Co-curricular

As you know, Lifeline and NAMI-NJ (National Alliance on Mental Illness) have partnered together to bring you a spotlight speaker series.  This series is intended to help reduce the discrimination often faced by people who deal with mental health illnesses and issues, those who care about them, and those who care for them. You are invited to attend our 2nd session today in the SAC office@ 2:15 p.m. For more information or if you have any questions, please see Mrs. Grossmann or stop by the SAC office.



On Saturday, April 22nd, the Computer Science Club and Young Entrepreneurs Club co-hosted MontyHacks, MHS's first annual hackathon. There were over 60 participants, 20 volunteers, and 15 mentors. Students from 15 different high schools gathered at MHS for this day-long event and 25 apps were built. The first overall prize went to a pair of MHS students who built a headset that analyzes and documents different aspects of the user's mental state. It was a great success and they hope you can participate next year!


This Thursday is the annual Art Extravaganza!  Montgomery Township Schools will showcase the scope and breadth of their K-12 art program and the talented students who created the artworks, at Montgomery High School on April 27, 2017 from 7 to 9:00 P.M.  Along with selected work across the grades, viewers can see solo exhibits by students in A.P. Art, art themed miniature golf, face painting and student caricature artists. Staff members of the Montgomery schools will also be exhibiting the craft and fine art work they do outside of school.


The Montgomery Youth and Government delegation earned the distinction of Outstanding Delegation this year and Will Huang won the election for Youth Governor of the state.


The Science league exam will be conducted on Tuesday April 25th after school starting at 2.15 in E2311.


Do you have plans for international travel this summer?  If so, you may be eligible to apply for an International Travel Scholarship, provided by the MHS International Club.  These scholarships are intended as financial aid to assist students in exploring different countries and cultures.  Applications are available outside room B1125 in the World Language hallway.  Please contact Mrs. Asral or your language teacher for more details.  Don’t delay - the deadline for application submission is Thursday, May 18th.


If you are a senior who applied for the United and PTSA scholarships, check your email for the date and time of your interview with the Rotary Club, Woman's Club, and PTSA. If you did not receive the email, the schedule is posted outside the Guidance Office. Also, stop in Guidance for a copy of the Scholarship Interview Tips.


We want to hear from you! This is your chance to say thank you to a teacher, coach, guidance counselor, or any staff member who has made a difference in your life. Nominate that special person for a PTSA Staff Appreciation Award! Nominations are due by May 8th at 3:00 pm and forms are available on the PTSA tab of the school website.


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