Milton High School

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  • Class of 2024 Senior Spotlight

    • Continuing our tradition of recognizing graduating seniors, Fulton County Schools proudly launches its “Senior Spotlight: Class of 2024” web and video series. These 19 outstanding seniors – one from each high school – embody the spirit and fortitude of the Class of 2024. We are profiling high academic achievers, all-star athletes and award-winners, students with unusual or unique stories to share, and those who have beaten the odds to graduate.

      High school can be both an exciting and challenging time for students. Sometimes, life circumstances can "throw a wrench into the works." How we choose to respond to these unexpected challenges can be the difference between achieving success or just getting by.

      These seniors in the spotlight deserve to be recognized for overcoming obstacles and moving steadfast toward graduation. Class of 2024, we salute you for your grit and can-do attitude. We wish you the best in all your future endeavors.

    Milton 2024 Senior Spotlight - Kylie McKay

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New and Important:

  • IMPORTANT DATES

    MAY 13-17 AP EXAMS

    MAY 19 Baccalaureate Service Milton Community Church, 5:00PM 

    MAY 21 Asynchronous day (Election Day)

    MAY 22 GRADUATION Ameris Ampitheater 7:30PM

    MAY 22-23 RECOVERY DAYS (Grades 9-11) See final assessment schedule below 

    Beginning this week, we will be holding Cumulative or Last Tests of the Semester (previously known as Finals). An assessment will be administered in each course during the last two weeks of each semester with recovery opportunities on the last three half-days of the semester. Classes that do not have a cumulative test will still give a gradable experience during the last full weeks of classes in first and second semester. A gradable experience could include a unit test, a project, or presentation, as determined by the teachers of the course.

    There will be NO cumulative exam or gradable experience exemptions, drops, or substitutions. All students will have an assessment in the last two weeks of each semester.

    Schedule for Last Assessments, First Semester:

    • Monday, May 13 - Thursday, May 16: Gradable experiences in Elective Classes and World Language Classes
    • Friday, May 17: Gradable experiences in English and Science Classes
    • Monday, May 20: Gradable experiences in Social Studies and Math Classes

    RECOVERY DAY INFORMATION

    • Recovery Days are optional for students who do not need Recovery.
    • Students who choose to miss Recovery during Recovery Days will not be given another opportunity to raise their final average.

    RECOVERY DAY SCHEDULE

    RECOVERY DAY ATTENDANCE

    Because RECOVERY DAYS are optional for students who do not need to attend, students can be marked as PARTICIPATING REMOTELY. For your student to be marked as PARTICIPATING REMOTELY, PARENTS/GUARDIANS please click on the below link to complete the RECOVERY DAYS ATTENDANCE FORM. By completing this form, your child will be marked as PARTICIPATING REMOTELY on the day(s) indicated on this form. You will receive a verification email confirming your submission on Tuesday, May 21.

    CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE RECOVERY DAYS ATTENDANCE FORM

    THIS FORM CLOSES ON MONDAY, MAY 20 AT 5:00PM

    Please contact the front office at 470-254-7000 with any questions.

    We are looking forward to a strong finish to the second semester!

    AP Exam Testing Expectations

    AP exams will start Monday, May 6. We understand student MAY NOT be in class because they will be taking an AP exam. Exam attendance will be taken daily and entered by the attendance clerk as soon as possible. STUDENTS MUST REPORT TO THEIR SCHEDULED AP EXAM(s) and reschedule any other exams with their teachers.

    Students, please arrive at your testing location promptly on the day(s) of your exam.

    • If you are taking a morning exam, you must report to your testing location no later than 7:45 am.
    • If your exam is in the afternoon, please report to your testing location no later than 11:45 pm.

    Because of the start and end time of morning and afternoon exams, students must provide their own transportation to and from school.

    Procedures for Students:

    Prohibited items include (but are not limited to):

    • Backpacks and large purses
    • Electronic equipment (smartphone, smartwatch, laptop, tablet, iPads, AirPods, etc.)
    • Cameras or other photogenic equipment
    • Books and scratch paper

    Students may bring the following items:

    • Sharpened No. 2 pencils
    • Pens with black or blue ink only
    • A watch that does not have internet access, does not beep, and does not have an alarm
    • An approved calculator (Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Physics, Precalculus, or Statistics only). Teachers have reiterated which calculator students may use for particular exams.
    • A small snack (for break) and a bottle or water

    Any students with special testing needs will receive instructions about testing locations. If you have any questions, please contact Frank Kline at klinef@fultonschools.org or Monica White at whiteml@fultonschools.org.

    CLICK HERE FOR PRINTABLE VERSION OF ABOVE INFORMATION 

    SENIOR DEVICE RETURN

    Seniors MUST return their Fulton County issued devices and chargers by Friday, May 10th at 3:00 p.m. Senior devices will be returned to the IT Room across from the Media Hub any time between 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. during the week of May 6 through May 10. If a device is not returned by May 10th, or is missing a charger, a fine (hold) will be placed on your account. Seniors with school holds will not be able to get their tickets for graduation until the hold(s) are cleared.

     

    DEVICE RETURN INFORMATION FOR 9 -11 GRADE

    Devices MUST be returned during the student’s lunch in the cafeteria during the week of May 13 – May 17.

    All Fulton County issued devices must be returned. Students who are taking summer school in person will pick up a computer from their summer school site at the beginning of summer school. 

    If the device is not returned, the device will be marked "LOST" and a $250 fine will be placed on the student’s account. The device will also be deactivated and be rendered useless. 

    EXCEPTION: If your student is signed up for a Fulton Virtual online course during the summer, they may keep their device to complete the course. The device must be returned to Milton High School immediately upon completion of the Fulton Virtual course this summer. A list of students signed up for Fulton Virtual will be given to the school by May 17. If your student’s name is not on the list and the device is not returned by May 17, then the device will be marked as “LOST”, deactivated, and a $250 fine will be placed on the student’s account.

    Registration for Summer 2024 Online NOW OPEN

    As of March 1, 2024 the registration portals for FVS and GAVS are open and accepting Summer 2024 enrollments. We plan to release additional information regarding FCS Summer School next week (March 4-8). Please read the instructions below thoroughly for online course information.

    • Rising 9th Grade students: You must have your middle school counselor approve your courses. Since your student is not officially at Milton HS until the Fall, high school counselors cannot approve your courses for you.
    • Rising 10th-12th Grade students: You must submit your course requests in VECTOR (via IC) for FVS courses and on the GAVS website for GAVS courses. Your assigned counselor will approve or deny your requests.

    FVS Information

    Summer 2024 Information for FVS: https://www.fultonschools.org/Page/7229

    How To Register in VECTOR: VECTOR HOW TO

    FVS Summer 2024 Course Catalog: https://www.fultonschools.org/Page/25597

    GAVS Information

    GAVS Frequently Asked Questions: https://www.gavirtualschool.org/About/General-FAQs

    GAVS Summer 2024 Course Catalog: https://www.gavirtualschool.org/Course-Info/Summer-2024-Courses

    If you have additional questions or concerns, please reach out to your assigned counselor.

    FOOD DELIVERIES

    PARENTS: DOOR DASH, UBER EATS, OR ANY FOOD SERVICE DELIVERIES ARE NOT ALLOWED AT MHS. INVITING STRANGERS INTO THE BUILDING IS A SECURITY RISK TO YOUR STUDENTS. FOOD DELIVERIES WILL BE REJECTED OR CONFISCATED. 

     

    ATTENDANCE CONTACT: KRISTEN LUTHER

    email all attendance matters to  lutherk@fultonschools.org

    PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THERE ARE NO IN-PERSON CHECK-OUTS AFTER 3PM

    2024-2025 Back-to-School Immunization Requirements

    All students entering or transferring into the 11th grade will need proof of a meningococcal booster (MCV4) unless their first dose was received on or after their 16th birthday. Meningococcal disease is a serious bacterial illness that affects the brain and the spinal cord. Meningitis can cause shock, coma, and death within hours of the first symptoms. To help protect your children and others from meningitis, Georgia law requires students to be vaccinated against this disease unless the child has an exemption. Please email your forms to Amy Barr at barral@fultonschools.org

    TRANSCRIPTS

    The counseling department anticipates transcripts to be finalized by Friday, June 2. We will fulfill all final transcript requests to colleges by the close of business on Monday, June 5. Transcripts will be uploaded to GaFutures for HOPE/Zell Miller eligibility by the end of June. After June 5, all transcript requests should be submitted via https://fultonga.scriborder.com/

    Students have access to unofficial transcripts in Infinite Campus at all times. You can access this by logging in to ClassLink > Infinite Campus > Documents > Scroll to the bottom and access FCS Unofficial Transcript

    ENROLLMENT: Enrollment is done on an appointment basis only. Email Michelle Gries griesv@fultonschools.org to set up an appointment.

    FOR MORE INFO: https://www.fultonschools.org/enrollment

    WITHDRAWAL: If a student will be withdrawing over the summer, please email Amy Barr barral@fultonschools.org for withdrawal information and to request paperwork for enrollment at the new school. All books and technology items must be returned, and any outstanding fees must be paid prior to withdrawal. Fulton County Withdrawal Form

    MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT: If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis when school is not in session, please call 911, the Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 1-800-715-4225 or text HOME to 741741 for immediate assistance. Fulton Students can also use Text4Help by texting 1-844-201-9946.

    TEXTBOOK FINES/MEDIA HUB FEES: Pay via Online School Payments (OSP): CLICK HERE

    WORK PERMITS: Minors Under 16 must secure potential employment prior to completing the online application. Please follow these steps.

    PARKING: ONLY students with a Milton Parking Pass are allowed to drive and park at school. 

     

EAGLE PRIDE

  • CLASSIC LEAGUE

    MILTON WINS 7th STATE TITLE

    Congratulations to the Milton students who attended the 2024 Georgia Junior Classical League State Convention! William Swan (GJCL 2024 Student of the Year), Daniel Fujamade, Tania Perez, Hunter Davis, Sophie Poehler, Ivy Farnsworth, and Isabella Finol-Bishop all helped Milton bring in its 7th consecutive sweepstakes championship, the intermediate certamen state title, and countless top-5 finishes in academic, graphic, and creative arts.

Athletic Schedule

  • AWAY

    MON 5/6: VG Golf at State Sectionals (at Sunset CC, Moultrie)

    FRI 5/10: VG Lacrosse v W. Forsyth (at Denmark, 5:00PM) *STATE CHAMPIONSHIP*

    SAT 5/11: VG Tennis v W. Forsyth (at Rome Tennis Center, 9:00 AM) *STATE CHAMPIONSHIP*

    THU-SAT 5/9-11: Track at State Meet (at Carrollton, 12:00)

    TUE 4/30: V Boys Lacrosse v Buford @ 7:30PM ***ELITE 8***

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FCS District News

  • FCS Board Bulletin for May 16, 2024

    FCS Board Bulletin for May 16, 2024

    In this issue: May 15 Post-meeting Summary; Superintendent's Report; Board Approves FY24-24 Tentative Budget; Policy Updates; New Hires & Promotions.

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  •  The Dereef College Scholarship Program Pays It Forward

    The Dereef College Scholarship Program Pays It Forward

    In June 2023, Fulton County Schools (FCS) Chief Financial Officer Marvin Dereef Jr. was awarded the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO) International Eagle Award for his outstanding leadership contributions in the field of education for more than 18 years.

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  •  "Let's Talk Schools!" S3E19: 2025 Literacy Leaders

    "Let's Talk Schools!" S3E19: 2025 Literacy Leaders

    In episode nineteen, Superintendent Mike Looney announces twenty-two FCS elementary schools were recently recognized by the Georgia Department of Education as "Literacy Leaders" - the most in the state! Dr. Looney and his guests - Elementary School Improvement Coaches Amy Long and Deshunta Adams - explore why we deserve this honor and the steps we are taking to transform education.

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  • Pre-K Through Seniors: Summer Learning Has Students Covered

    Pre-K Through Seniors: Summer Learning Has Students Covered

    There are roughly 10 months in a regular school year. A lot can happen over that stretch of time. For students who need a little extra time, Fulton County School's Summer Learning program is here to help.

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