- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4 6-8 PM: JUNIOR INFORMATION NIGHT
- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 7:30 - 10:30 PM: HOMECOMING 2022 "A NIGHT IN THE CITY"
The window to apply for Dual Enrollment for the Spring 2023 semester is open! Please visit the counseling website for first-time applicant instructions. Keep in mind that college deadlines vary, and it is the student's responsibility to monitor these deadlines and meet them accordingly. The Fulton County deadline to submit paperwork for first-time applicants is NOVEMBER 1. No exceptions will be made beyond the deadline.
Current Dual Enrollment students will work with MS. POPWELL moving forward for all Dual Enrollment needs. There are instructions for continuing Dual Enrollment students on the counseling website: CLICK HERE FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT SITE
Residents of Fulton County are assigned to a school attendance zone based on their residential address. When new schools or additional classroom capacity are added in a region, or imbalances of enrollment and capacity exist, the Board may direct staff to review attendance boundaries for modifications. This process of revising attendance boundaries is called redistricting.
Each time a redistricting effort is under way, the school system holds three rounds of meetings to gather information needed to draft a redistricting proposal that best meets the community's needs. Unlike other school systems, Fulton uses a process that encourages public discussion before developing a proposal. This allows the community to have maximum input in how the proposed attendance lines are created.
There are 3 meetings scheduled for North Fulton:
Round One: September 12, 2022 (6:00 to 8:00 P.M.) at Alpharetta High School
Round Two: October 3, 2022 (6:00 to 8:00 P.M.) at Alpharetta High School
Round Three: October 18, 2022 (6:00 to 8:00 P.M.) at Alpharetta High School
Final Recommendations: First Read - November 8
Final Action: December 15
For more information, please go to: https://www.fultonschools.org/
SCHOOL HOURS FOR STUDENTS
- The school will open for students at 7:30AM daily.
- The school day STARTS at 8:20AM.
- Arriving to school AFTER 8:20AM means the student is TARDY for school.
- FCS provides bus transportation for ALL STUDENTS (this helps lessen the drop-off traffic)
- The school day concludes at 3:30PM. Students in the building after 3:30PM need to be with their teacher, coach or group sponsor.
- Students on campus unsupervised will face disciplinary consequences.
TARDY POLICY AT MILTON HIGH SCHOOL
Attendance will be taken DAILY by teachers. Tardies are counted across all classes. For instance, if a student is tardy to 1st period, 3rd period, and 5th period, then they would have a total of three tardies. Please note that the tardy count will reset at the beginning of each semester. Consequences for tardiness will be handled by the administration of Milton High School. See the following matrix below for consequences of tardies:
Consequences for Tardiness *COUNTS FOR UNEXCUSED TARDIES ONLY
- > 5 TARDIES- WARNING & PHONE CALL HOME
- 5 TARDIES - ADMINISTRATIVE CONFERENCE & PHONE CALL HOME
- 8 TARDIES - ADMINISTRATIVE DETENTION & PHONE CALL HOME
- 10 TARDIES - ADMINISTRATIVE DETENTION & PHONE CALL HOME
- 12+ TARDIES - STUDENT MAY BE PLACED IN HIGHER TIER FOR BEHAVIOR WHICH MAY INCLUDE MORE PROGRESSIVE DISCIPLINE CONSEQUENCES.
- Milton High School is NOT an OPEN CAMPUS!
- Students must report to the cafeteria during their LUNCH period.
- Students will have access to outdoor seating during each lunch period. FOOD is NOT ALLOWED OUTSIDE.
- FOOD DELIVERY FROM SERVICES LIKE DOOR DASH/UBER EATS/POSTMATES, TO SCHOOL IS NOT ALLOWED!
- CLICK HERE for Free/Reduced Lunch Application (PLEASE NOTE – ALL STUDENTS will no longer get free breakfast & lunch. Families must apply for FREE/REDUCED LUNCH status).
- CLICK HERE for Student Lunch Account access
AP EXAM REGISTRATION
Registration for 2023 AP exams is open! Exams will begin on Monday, May 1 and end on Friday, May 12. To register for an exam, you must first have a College Board account. Please visit apcentral.collegeboard.org to create your account. Please use a personal email address that you use frequently when creating a College Board account; DO NOT use your FCS email address as you may not receive vital information from College Board.
Once you have created an account, use the JOIN CODE you received from your AP teacher to sign up for each AP exam you want to take.
Priority Deadline for Ordering Exams for students taking full year or fall semester only AP courses with a Milton teacher or all exam only GAVS students (full year, fall, and/or spring semester courses) is Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at 12:00 am. The final ordering deadline is Friday, November 11, 2022, at 12:00 am. Any orders after this date will incur a $40.00 late registration fee.
Please use the following link on directions on how to register for exam(s).
If you are a GAVS AP student, your JOIN CODE(S) will be emailed to you by Ms. Monica White as soon as possible. Please note, you cannot use the JOIN CODE your GAVS teacher gave you to register for an AP exam. You must use the JOIN CODE given to you by the AP Coordinator at Milton High School to register for actual AP exam(s). If you have any questions about AP exam registration, please email Monica White, AP Coordinator, at email@example.com.
The deadline to submit paperwork for accommodation requests and supporting documentation (if needed) must be done by Wednesday, January 18, 2023. Please email Lisa Brodecki at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
PLEASE NOTE: The following information will be removed on FRIDAY, SEP. 30. Please document all necessary information prior to FRIDAY, SEP. 30.
Please use the link below for information regarding SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS for the following courses:
AP Calculus AB
AP Lang & Lit
AP 2D Design & Drawing
2023 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
We are pleased to announce that 23 Milton Seniors earned a spot on the National Merit Scholarship Corporation Commended List! Commended students are recognized for the exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their outstanding performance on the PSAT. Congratulations to the following students for their hard work:
The cross-country teams of Milton High School once again raced at the Wingfoot Invitational meet on a Friday night under the lights in Cartersville, GA and came away with some impressive individual performances while racing some of the best teams in the eastern United States.
The record setting performance by senior Cory Chambers (20th-15:56) makes him the 10th-best performer in school history on any course as Milton (12th-339 pts) beat back 12 schools in the most competitive meet so far this season. The Eagles beat back many top-3 state meet contenders with some outstanding races from junior Zach Patell (73rd-16:44), sophomore Justin Sevel (88th-16:53), seniors Keller Wilson (98th-17:00), Pearson Gillam (17:15) & Oliver Stone (134th-17:21) & finally junior Danny Murray (135th-17:21). The entire varsity squad ran personal bests for the 5000-meter distance!
The Lady Eagles had a much tougher road to follow and faced many strong teams from the southeast. Milton (22nd-478 pts) only turned back 2 schools in the very competitive field. For the 2nd time this season, senior Sydney Anderson (67th-20:13) ran her 2nd best time ever for the distance to lead the Lady Eagles. Juniors Calista Cacciatore (82nd-20:33) & Ella Grace Malcom (103rd-20:57) ran with Anderson until late in the race. Huge personal bests by junior Emerson Armistead (124th-21:27) & senior Emmaline Kelley (137th-21:42) closed out the Milton scoring. Sophomore Ivy Rindt (147th-22:02) & senior captain Gabby Beckman (155th-22:40) also ran on the varsity squad.
Milton (10th-246 pts) bested 13 schools with senior Jack Rea (13th-17:34) running a big personal best for the distance and was the Eagles top-finisher over all 6 races contested.
The Lady Eagles bested 7 schools in a tough race that saw most of their runners having to fight through the crowded field. Milton (13th-351 pts) was led by sophomore Macy Schadt (45th-22:44) who was as far back as 80th midway through the race.
Milton (7th-228 pts) beat back 12 schools in the first race of the evening. Ryan Greathouse (27th-18:35) led the Eagle effort in a 2-minute personal best for the distance.
In the best team finish of the meet for Milton (4th-105 pts), the Lady Eagles turned back 9 schools with many running all-time bests. Leading the way for Milton was Hollis Thompson (34th-23:41) running a two and a half minute personal best while steadily moving through the field the entire race.
The Milton cross country teams next see action on Saturday, October 1st when the travel to Charlotte, NC for the 47th Annual Wendy’s Invitational on the famous McAlpine Park course.