Milton Public Schools
The Milton Public School system does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, gender identity, transgender status, gender transitioning, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, pregnancy/parenting status, marital status, sexual orientation, homelessness, or military status, in any of its programs, activities or operations. These include, but are not limited to, admissions, equal access to programs and activities, hiring and firing of staff, provision of and access to programs and services, as well as selection of volunteers, vendors and employers recruiting at the Milton Public Schools. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, students, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Human Resources Janet Sheehan, (617) 696-4808/4809.
Milton High School
The Milton Public School system does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, gender identity, transgender status, gender transitioning, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, pregnancy/parenting status, marital status, sexual orientation, homelessness, or military status, in any of its programs, activities or operations. These include, but are not limited to, admissions, equal access to programs and activities, hiring and firing of staff, provision of and access to programs and services, as well as selection of volunteers, vendors and employers recruiting at the Milton Public Schools. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, students, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Asst. Superintendent for Curriculum & Human Resources, 617-696-4812
We are always updating the website and information is added regularly. If you cannot find the answer to your question(s), please reach out to your assigned school counselor.
We are now utilizing Calendly for student appointments only. Click on your assigned counselor to book!
The schedule change period has ended. We are not accepting appointments for schedule change requests.
Parents please reach out to your school counselor directly if you would like a meeting.
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SENIORS - Need help with FAFSA?
ALL Seniors are encouraged to complete the FAFSA, which opened access on October 1. Whether you think you are eligible for financial aid or not, you should complete the application.
GaFutures has a great resource that walks you through the process of creating an FSA ID, submitting your FAFSA, steps after submission, and what to do if you are selected for verification. Click here to access the document.
NCAA Eligibility - High School Timeline
Are you an aspiring college athlete? If so, being aware if initial-eligibity standards help ensure you are prepared to succeed in college. Plan ahead and take your high school courses seriously!
Athletes are encouraged to use the high school timeline as a way to stay on track for meeting NCAA initial-eligibility requirements.
SENIOR TRANSCRIPT UPDATES
Based on input and feedback the district received from parents last school year, our students currently have the ability to send their weighted and unweighted transcripts to colleges, universities and for scholarship opportunities. While this new combined transcript is official and accurate, some universities and colleges apply different treatments to weighted and unweighted grades/GPAs in the college application process. With the district’s aim to provide students options, schools will be required to have students select whether they want to have their weighted or unweighted transcripts sent.
Link to the request form: www.bit.ly/miltontranscriptrequest -- This form is required in addition to the transcript request in Naviance. If a transcript has already been submitted on your behalf, please complete the form so we can verify your desired transcript format was sent.
Unweighted Transcripts provides a student’s cumulative GPA and final course grades without the 7 honors points/weight earned in honors, dual enrollment, IB and AP courses. Weighted Transcripts provides student’s cumulative GPA and final grades that include the added 7 honors points/weight earned in honors, dual enrollment, IB and AP courses. Please complete the following to select which transcript you would like to send. (Insert your School's Weighted/ Unweighted Transcript Selection Form).
*University of Georgia Notice: Students and parents should ensure they understand UGAs process for recalculating GPAs- Admissions First Year Criteria (uga.edu). Currently UGA, accepts both weighted and unweighted transcripts.
*Common Application Notice: Students who use Common Application to apply to a school that requests unweighted transcripts should be reminded that their unweighted transcript will be sent for all of the schools listed on their Common Application.
*Naviance Notice: Please note that the weighted and unweighted transcript request form only informs counselors which transcript you want to be used. All students are required to continue using Naviance to officially request transcripts to be sent and should follow their schools college application process in order to meet all college deadlines.
12th Grade Information Night
The 12th Grade Information Night premiered 8/31/21 at 4PM. Please use the link below to access the presentation.
Download the PowerPoint here (no voiceover)
Download the PowerPoint in SPANISH here (no voiceover)
Any follow-up questions should be submitted here: https://forms.office.com/r/bQpugLVpBt
Assigned counselors will respond within 24-48 hours.
SENIOR INFO - Letters of Rec & Naviance Help
Counselors will begin accepting Letter of Recommendation requests on September 1. We will not accept requests before that date.
In the meantime, complete the required Senior Brag Sheet in Naviance. We will not write you a letter without the Brag Sheet on file. It is located in your Naviance Tasks:
> Log in to FCS ClassLink
> Select 'Naviance-Stu'
> Click on 'Important To-Dos and Tasks'
> Click on 'Senior Brag Sheet'
> Click on 'Take this Survey'
Requesting a Teacher Letter of Recommendation: CLICK HERE
Requesting a Counselor Letter of Recommendation: CLICK HERE
Our Naviance page has been updated! CLICK HERE to view a Naviance Overview, How to Match CommonApp + Naviance, How to Request Teacher LOR in Naviance, Building a Colleges I'm Applying To List, and Requesting Transcripts.
Important Dates for Fall 2021
Please see dates belowregarding frequently asked questions this time of year:
Tuesday, August 3 - Finalized schedules released on IC. Schedule change form is now open: www.bit.ly/miltonschedulechange
- You must be logged into your FCS email to access the form.
- Requests will not be accepted in any other format (e.g email, phone, walk-in)
- Final day to request a change is August 20.
Friday, August 6 - Information Day for Grades 9-12. Click here for details.
Monday, August 9 - FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
Friday, August 12 - Senior Reduced Courseload Requests DUE
Friday, August 20 - Add/drop period ENDS, last day to sign up for GAVS/FVS course, Personal Fitness Waivers DUE
Tuesday, August 31 - 12th Grade Information Night (meeting details will be released via Eagle Update)
Wednesday, September 1 - Counselors will begin accepting requests for college Letters of Recommendation. You must complete your Senior profile in Naviance prior to requesting a LOR.
Wednesday, September 15 - Junior Advisement Begins (appointment dates vary by counselor)
2021-2022 Senior Reduced Courseload
Fulton County has approved Seniors to take a reduced courseload by ONE course per semester for the 2021-2022 school year. If you are interested in this option, please carefully review the form linked here. You must return this form to your assigned counselor with original signatures by AUGUST 12 before any courses will be dropped.
Letters of Recommendation from NON-MILTON Staff
Log in to Common App
Click My Colleges Tab
Click College Name
Click “Recommenders and FERPA”
Scroll down to “Teacher” section
Click “Teacher Evaluation” Link
Download, save, and forward Teacher Evaluation doc to teacher of choice
Provide Admissions mailing/deadline information for them to mail w/ accompanying documents directly to school
Published Fall 2020
Countdown to Graduation!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28
Fall Festival and Homecoming Parade
This year the Fall Festival and Parade will both be held on Thursday, October 28 from 5:00-7:30PM on the front lawn. The festival will begin at 5:00 and continue on throughout the night and the parade will begin at 5:30 and end at the Fall Festival. This year as homecoming will take place the weekend of Halloween we chose to have the Fall Festival be a "Trunk or Treat" for the entire community. We would love to have as many students, staff, community members, and feeder students in Halloween costumes celebrating both the holiday and the Milton football team. You can expect the following at the event: Food trucks, Music, Activities/Booths, Trick or Treating, Costume Contest, Spirit wear sales, Pep Rally (Marching Band/Cheerleaders/Football team/etc.)! There will also be many booths offering other fun activities. In past years some of the booths we had included: Photo booth, Cake Walk, Pumpkin Painting, Henna Tattoos, Pie in the Face. Each booth will also be handing out candy for trick or treaters and have activities fun for all ages - elementary though high school. The homecoming dance is for the students, the homecoming fall festival, parade and football game is truly for our awesome community and alumni and future students!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29
Homecoming Football Game: 7:30PM
Come cheer on the Eagles as they take on Woodstock High School in the homecoming game. Don't forget to wear your flash back/ Decade to celebrate 100 Years of MHS.
Stick around for halftime to see the Homecoming King and Queen crowned by Milton's first ever homecoming queen in celebration of the 100th year of MHS!
Nominations for homecoming court will begin October 11. QR codes will be hung around school for students to submit nominations. Court will be announced on October 15. (Nominees will be notified before court announcements to give an opportunity for those not interested in participating). Voting will take place the following week. King and Queen announced at halftime of the football game. Court will consist of and equal number of boys and girls with one nominee for freshman, two for sophomores, three for juniors and four for seniors. Those on court will have the opportunity to be featured in the homecoming parade on Thursday, October 28.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30
7:30-10:00PM - Milton Front Lawn
Tickets are now on sale through the Go Fan App: https://gofan.co/app/events/396370
$25 through October 15
$30 from October 16 - 22
$35 from October 23 -29
You may purchase a ticket though Go Fan for yourself and a guest. You will need to have BOTH student ID numbers to purchase. YOU WILL NEED A VALID STUDENT ID NUMBER TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS.
BRINING A NON-MHS GUEST
If you would like to take a guest from another school. Fill out this form and return it to suite 1320 BEFORE 10/25 to receive a code to purchase their ticket.
MILTON TRADITIONS KEEPER MEDALLION
In an effort to reinvigorate participation, community and school spirit following some hard and isolating years, MHS has added a new program for all seniors - the Milton Traditions Keeper Medallion. The goal is to participate in any many MHS traditions as possible throughout your senior year. Seniors that complete and document at least twenty traditions will be awarded a medallion to wear during graduation. Homecoming week is a perfect opportunity to complete some of these traditions. *See website for details and traditions: https://miltonstudentco.squarespace.com/seniors/traditions
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SIGNS OF SUICIDE TRUSTED ADULT TRAINING
Are You a Trusted Adult in Someone’s Life?
If you are a parent or part of an organization that serves children and adolescents, you won't want to miss this event. This is an opportunity to receive the Signs of Suicide: Trusted Adult training.
This workshop is designed to educate and train adults that interface with middle and high school students to recognize the warning signs of at-risk adolescents and how to take appropriate action.
REGISTER NOW at: https://bit.ly/3lbdCcw or click the graphic below
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