May 23 - Graduation
May 23 - Final Exams (if applicable)
May 24 - Remote Day for Students (no exams)
May 25 & 26 - Final Exams (if applicable)
FINAL EXAM INFORMATION
Final exams are scheduled for Monday, May 23 through Thursday, May 26. While final exams are NOT required for high school courses, teachers may be offering/requiring the following activities:
- Final Exam
- Unit Assessment
- Graded Activity/Experience
PLEASE NOTE: Depending on the course and individual student situation, your student may OR may not have an activity during their scheduled exam period/day. Teachers WILL COMMUNICATE DIRECTLY with their students the expectations for the class for the FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE.
STUDENT DEVICE RETURN
All Fulton County issued devices must be returned to the media hub before you leave for the summer unless your student is taking courses through in-person summer school, Fulton Virtual, or GAVS. Please have your student return their device.
If the device is not returned and your student is not registered for in-person summer school, Fulton Virtual, or GAVS, the device will be marked "LOST" and a fine will be placed on their account.
If your student is registered for in-person summer school, Fulton Virtual, or GAVS, they must return their device to Milton High School immediately upon completion of the course or their device will be marked "LOST" and a fine will be placed on their account.
Summer School registration through Fulton County Schools is now open. Please see the flyer for information regarding this year’s programs.
For Summer School 2022, students who have previously failed a course and/or failed an EOC can retake the course for free through Face-to-Face Summer School or Fulton Virtual School. Students may take up to two credits at no cost. Students who choose to accelerate through Fulton Virtual School during the summer will require tuition.
Face-to-Face Summer School: https://fultonsummer.
Fulton Virtual School: http://fulton.geniussis.com/
To register for FVS:
- Go to Classlink from fultonschools.org
- Login to Classlink
- Click on Fulton Genius
- Request Course (on left side bar)
Georgia Virtual School Summer School registration opens March 15. Courses offered and registration instructions can be found on their website here: http://gavirtualschool.org/
SUMMER READINGIf a parent needs to excuse a student from attendance FOR THE ENTIRE SCHOOL DAY, notify ODIE VERGES at VERGES@FULTONSCHOOLS.ORG. The following must be included:
To check out your student DURING the school day: CLICK HERE FOR THE CHECK OUT PROCESSParents/guardians can monitor their child's attendance using Infinite Campus. More detailed information about our attendance policy can be found here.Please use the links below for additional resources:
- Student Name
- Student FCS ID Number (lunch number)
- Parent/Guardian Name
- Parent/Guardian Email & Phone Number
- Reason for Excuse
MILTON BOYS GOLF REPEAT STATE CHAMPIONS!
The Milton High School Boys Golf Team rallied to win the 7A State Championship at Chattahoochee Golf Club in Gainesville on May 16-17. The two day event featured an impressive field, including Gainesville (playing on their home course) and Lambert. The Milton squad of Mason Fundingsland, Rahul Rajendran, Will Jones, Jack Burr, Craig Long, and Aman Vantipalli played a solid first round, but found themselves three strokes behind Gainesville, and tied with Lambert, going into the final round. The Eagles made up ground on the front nine, and went into the pressure-packed back nine trailing Lambert by one stroke. Lambert quickly increased their lead to four strokes after the 10th hole, but Milton responded with a torrid run down the stretch, eclipsing the Lambert lead and cruising to a 15 stroke win over Gainesville, with third place Lambert finishing 17 strokes back.
The quality and depth of Coach Tom Dell's Milton team proved to be the difference, as all six Milton golfers shot par or better on the difficult back nine. The dominating performance was led by Rajendran (70-71), who finished solo 2nd in the tournament, one stroke behind individual medalist Ryan Davidson of Gainesville. Jones (74-72), Long (74-72), Burr (75-75), Fundingsland (76-74) and Vantipalli (80-76) all turned in exceptional performances to help Milton claim their second consecutive state title.