The boys basketball game vs. Unity has been rescheduled for Saturday, Jan. 28. The jv game will begin at 5:00, with the varsity game following.
Monticello High School
1 Sage Drive
Monticello, IL 61856
217-762-8511 ext. 1210 (Phone)
Daily Attendance Hours: 8:05am – 3:10pmView A Map
Principal: Mr. Tip Reedy
Assistant Principal / Athletic Director: Mr. Andrew Turner
Secretary: Mrs. Brenda Cummings
Secretary: Mrs. Trudy Gaskill
Secretary: Ms. Angie Jarvis
The wrestling tournament scheduled in Vandalia on Saturday, January 14 has been cancelled.
The Monticello High School Child Growth and Development classes run a preschool for children ages 2-5 during our class time. This year, the preschool will run 12:00 until 1:00pm Monday through Thursday, beginning February 21st through May 4th. During this time, high school students will plan and implement circle time, a craft and a large motor activity.If you have a little one who is interested in attending, please contact the school office and we will send you a registration form. The cost is $20. The preschool does fill up quickly, so please get your registration in quickly.
P.S. Children do not need to be potty trained. It's good exposure to real life for the high school students!
(ISAC) Monticello, IL – Monticello High School Principal Tip Reedy is pleased to announce that 19 Monticello High School students from the graduating class of 2017 have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars.
The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC), the state agency committed to helping to make college accessible and affordable for Illinois families, bestows this prestigious recognition to top Illinois high school students annually. This year, nearly 19,000 elite honorees join the other top state students honored for their academic achievements since the designation was first introduced in 1958.
Illinois State Scholars possess strong academic potential and are chosen based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT test scores and sixth semester class rank. State Scholars rank in approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors, representing 765 high schools across the state.
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