- 04/03/2023-04/07/2023: SPRING BREAK - NO SCHOOL
- 05/22/2023 7:30 PM: GRADUATION CEREMONY @ AMERIS BANK AMPHITHEATRE
CLICK HERE FOR FCS 2022 - 2023 CALENDAR
2023 PROM "Fly Me To The Moon"
Saturday, April 29, 2023
7:00 PM 10:30 PM
Delta Flight Museum
1060 Delta Boulevard
Hapeville, GA, 30354
(security guard and gated parking provided)
Tickets go on sale: Wednesday, March 1st
March 1 - April 9: $95
April 10 - April 28: $115
April 29: $135 (not sold at door)
Use the following link to access tickets:
Go Fan Link https://gofan.co/app/events/926234?schoolId=GA5159
If you are bringing a guest - please complete the following guest form. Follow the instructions on the form for submission.
CLICK HERE FOR PROM GUEST FORM
Find information and forms on Student Council Website:
REGISTRATION TIMELINE FOR 2023-2024 SCHOOL YEAR
Last week, your student received a PURPLE Course Verification Form during Advisement. This form represents Round 2 and the FINAL opportunity to make adjustments to course requests for the 2023-2024 school year. Forms are DUE no later than 3:30PM on Monday, February 27 to the student's assigned counselor. Any questions or concerns should be directed to your student's assigned counselor. Thank you for a smooth registration season!
MHS COURSE CATALOG
FULTON VIRTUAL SCHOOL CATALOG
REGISTRATION 101 SESSIONS (1 per grade level)
MHS 2023 VALEDICTORIAN
Class of 2023 Valedictorian: Isabella Szabo
Isabella attended the Georgia Governor's Honors Program as a finalist in Spanish and she has taken an Advanced Spanish Composition course at the University of Arizona. She is a Coach and Captain of the Milton Science Olympiad Team and medaled at both Regional and State-Level Competitions. She is a four-year member of the Milton Beta Club, currently serving as President, and helped organize Beta's Used Prep-Book Drive for the past two years. She is an active member of the National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, and Spanish National Honor Society at Milton. Isabella has been named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist and is a recipient of the Georgia Seal of Biliteracy.
In addition to academics, Isabella has played the Viola for seven years and is a member of the Milton Chamber Orchestra. She currently interns at DMD Engineering and Testing Inc. and is a remote intern with Solutionz Inc.'s Grants Department, where she helps with outreach campaigns that raise awareness about distance learning and telemedicine grants in rural communities. She is Undecided as far as which college she wants to attend, but her goal is to double major in Chemistry and Spanish, then use that degree to conduct research in sustainable Chemistry.
MHS 2023 SALUTATORIAN
Class of 2023 Salutatorian: Rebecca Yu
At Milton, Rebecca is a team Captain and Coach of the Science Olympiad Team. Competing since freshman year, she has garnered over 20 medals in various subjects at the Invitational, Regional, and State-Level. Additionally, she is the Vice President of Milton Beta Club and Milton Hack Club. She took part in the Fulton County Student Technology Competition, becoming a Georgia state qualifier for her top performance in both Internet Applications and Programming Challenge. Rebecca actively participates in the competitive Math Team, National Honor Society, Science National Honor Society, and Mu Alpha Theta Honor Society. She has received recognitions as a Milton Class of 2023 PAGE STAR Student, a U.S. Presidential Scholars Nominee, a Georgia Tech Stamps Scholarship Semifinalist, and a National Merit Finalist.
Rebecca played violin in the Milton High School Sinfonia Orchestra and is also a pianist outside of school. Additionally, as a visual artist, she has won a Regional Honorable Mention and a National Silver Medal in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for her artworks.
Rebecca is Undecided as far as college selection, but she is particularly interested in harnessing the power of computing to advance research in biology and medicine. She currently works as a student researcher in a quantitative genomics lab at Emory University, where she is developing an ML-based web tool for analyzing gene expression data to better predict human diseases. She was also selected to attend the Georgia Tech AI4ALL summer program, where she delivered a poster presentation on evaluating gender- and genre-based bias in movie dialogue. She hopes to one day make breakthroughs in science and technology that can positively impact the world.
AP LATE REGISTRATION
If a student has been enrolled in year-long F2F and GAVS AP courses or fall (one semester) AP courses and did not register before the November 15 deadline, they must pay $40.00 late fee for each exam being ordered. If the fee is not paid by Friday, March 10, 2023, the exam(s) will not be ordered.
Students must follow the steps below to pay late registration/cancellation fees:
- Go to Milton High School website
- Click in Online School Payments (OSP)
- Click Advanced Placement Late/Cancellation Fee (right side of the screen)
- Complete the Order Form (be sure to pay $40.00 for each exam you want to register or cancel)
- Save receipt for records.
- Student must email receipt to: Monica White at firstname.lastname@example.org
Student must state the following in the email: Student Name
- Subject exam(s) student wants ordered/cancelled
- Teacher(s) and Period(s) of AP course(s) in which the student is enrolled
Once Ms. White receives the email with the above information and receipt attached, (1) she will email student with JOIN CODE(s), so student can register for the exam(s) through College Board or (2) cancel the exam(s).
Deadline for all AP exam orders is Friday, March 10 at 11:59 pm.
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.
- CLICK HERE FOR THE MHS ATTENDANCE POLICY
- Email LutherK@fultonschools.org for any attendance questions/concerns.
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
We came. We saw. We conquered! Our small Milton Debate Team participated in the Woodward Academy 1st and 2nd year National Debate Tournament this weekend. With over 13 schools from around the country and over 130 student participants, our sister team of Saanvi and Sanjana Kadiyala placed 1st in Public Forum Debate! Our team of Yousuf Mirza and Tanish Karnala placed third in Public Forum. We also thank Ananya Hariharan for being our student judge, and to her father for judging as well, Mr. Rajesh Hariharan! If you would like to debate for Milton next year, please watch for call-out information at school and in the Eagle Update in August.
MILTON TRACK & FIELD
The Milton track & Field teams had a great (and record setting) day at the 26th Roswell Rotary Relays with our teams setting TWO SCHOOL RECORDS and adding more top-10 all-time performances!
BOYS Distance Medley Relay (1200m-400m-800m-1600m)-10:41.54 NEW SCHOOL RECORD (old record 10:43.42 from 2016), 4th place.
Team members included senior captain Keller Wilson, senior Brandon Sevel, junior Zach Patell, senior Cory Chambers
BOYS 4x200m Relay-1:29.57 NEW SCHOOL RECORD (old record 1:30.88 from 2022), 2nd place.
Team members included freshman Frederick Hughan-sophomore CJ Wiley-senior Devin Dahunsi-junior Andrew Sirras
Girls Distance Medley Relay-13:20.60-ran to the 4th best performance in school history (3rd place). The team included juniors Calista Cacciatore, Leelah Dennis, Ella Grace Malcom, Emerson Armistead
Boys 4x400m Relay-3:26.32-ran to the 5th best performance in school history (1st place), and included senior Ethan Hagel, sophomore CJ Wiley, senior Devin Dahunsi, junior Andrew Sirras.
The girls team finished 16th of 21 teams with 11 points and ALL the points came from the 2 relays (DMR-3rd & 4x400m-4th) and BOTH relays were run by juniors Calista Cacciatore, Leelah Dennis, Ella Grace Malcom, Emerson Armstead
The boys team (2nd-54 pts) finished a close 2nd to Cambridge (1st-59.5 pts) out of 22 scoring schools.
Besides the above, the Eagles team points came from the 4x800m relay (5th), the long jump (3rd & 4th), the 3200m (2nd & 4th) & the 4x100m relay (6th)
The track & field teams compete next at Lassiter HS on Wednesday (JV squad) & then at Westlake HS on Saturday for the Fulton County Public Schools Championship.
Our Junior Varsity Winterguard competed Saturday at Creekview High School in a SAPA competition. We are so proud of them as they increased their score by almost 5 points! Keep up the great work!
Come see them perform at X23, on Friday the 24th. Their last local performance before SAPA championships
Congratulations to our Indoor Drumline competing at WGI Atlanta Regionals held at North Forsyth High School. Placing 2nd in their class with a strong score of 79.35 and beating out local competition. They will continue to perfect their show for the upcoming GIPA and WGI championships next month.
They will have one more performance, outside of competition at X23, this Friday at Milton. Please come out and cheer them on!
MON 3/20: JV BASEBALL v FORSYTH CENTRAL 6:15PM
TUE 3/21: VARSITY SOCCER VARSITY v POPE G@5:55 / B@7:55PM
TUE 3/21: 9th BASEBALL v FORSYTH CENTRAL 6:15PM
WED 3/22: VARSITY BASEBALL VARSITY v FORSYTH CENTRAL 6:15PM
WED 3/22: BOYS VARISTY LACROSSE v DENMARK 7:30PM
THU 3/23: GIRLS/BOYS SOCCER JV TOURNAMENT FINAL
FRI 3/24: COED LACROSSE LEGACY CUP 4:30PM
SAT 3/25: COED LACROSSE LEGACY CUP 10a
MON 3/20: VARSITY BASEBALL v FORSYTH CENTRAL 6:15PM
MON 03/20: BOYS VARSITY GOLF v LARRY NELSON @ PINETREE CC
WED 03/22: JV BASEBALL v FORSYTH CENTRAL 6:15PM
WED 03/22: GIRLS JV/V GOLF v BLESSED TRINITY @ BROOKFIELD CC
THU 03/23: GYMNASTICS VARSTIY v DEN HOOCH LOCUST @ LOVETT 5P
FRI 03/24: JV BASEBALL v SOUTH FORSYTH @6:15P
FRI 03/24: 9th BASEBALL v FORSYTH CENTRAL DH 5/7:15PM
FRI - SAT 03/24-25: BOYS VARSITY GOLF @NAJG INV @ CURRAHEE CC
SAT 03/25: GIRLS VARSITY GOLF v PARKVIEW @ GWINETT CC
SAT 03/25: GIRLS JV GOLF WHITE COLUMNS TOURNAMENT @ APPLE MOUNTAIN
FCS District News
FCS Board Bulletin for March 15, 2023
In this issue: March 14 Post-meeting Update; Superintendent's Report; Safety Report; Enrollment Projections; FY2024 Budget Forecast; i-Ready Evaluation; AP Honor Schools; and more.
"Let's Talk Schools!" S2E20: Betsy Eppes & Dr. Matt Koperniak
In Episode 20, Dr. Looney interviews Betsy Eppes, Visual & Performing Arts Coordinator, and Dr. Matt Koperniak, Performing Arts Coordinator, about our talented Fine Arts department (art, music, theatre, and dance) and why it is so well-known in the state of Georgia and across the nation.
DID YOU KNOW? FCS Celebrates Opening of Two SAFE Centers
Did you know that in February, Fulton County Schools celebrated the grand openings of two additional S.A.F.E Centers, thanks to funds allocated for the district’s Bridge to Success Plan
FCS Launches Digital Balanced Scorecard Database
For over 20 years, FCS has provided a Balanced Scorecard analyzing data and information. The digital Balanced Scorecard makes it easier for parents and stakeholders to get more specific and targeted information...
Upcoming MHS Events
4:30 PM FCS Board Meeting
April 3, 2023
April 4, 2023
April 5, 2023
April 6, 2023
April 7, 2023
April 13, 2023
12:30 PM FCS Board Work Session
April 20, 2023
4:30 PM FCS Board Meeting