Milton High School Weekly Updates


Please be sure to read the weekly updates for important information and to learn about upcoming events. Have a safe and happy weekend! Go Wildcats!

MHS Shout Out!

Congratulations to MHS Student Grecia Manrique who not only scored a 5 on her AP Spanish exam last May but was also one of only 63 students in the world to earn every point possible on the AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam, receiving the maximum score on each portion of the exam.

We are incredibly proud of Grecia and know you will join us in celebrating her success!

NMSQT Commended Students

We would like to congratulate the following 10 MHS students who have been recognized as commended students for the NMSQT program: Charlotte Dangel, Logan Do, Sofia Porras-Avalos, Kiera Glazer, Lok Ye Young, Brynne Mershon, Craig Pentland, Matthew Stockbridge, Abigail Coggins and Caylie Zhong.

Commended students are recognized by the College Board for the exceptional academic promise they demonstrated by their outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT. Congratulations!!!

MHS Homecoming Dance - October 1st!

The following message was sent to all students in grades 11 and 12 yesterday about Saturday's Homecoming Dance:

Students and Families of the Class of 2023 and 2024,

As a follow up to our letter yesterday, we continue to be excited to be hosting the Homecoming Dance this weekend! Due to the possibility of inclement weather, we have decided to move the dance to the MHS Field House.

Details of the dance remain the same:

The dance will be from 6-9pm, all students must arrive by 6:45pm.

The entrance to the dance will be at the Field House doors in the rear of the school. For any student driving to the dance, please park in the student parking lot. For students being dropped off, please be dropped off at the Field House doors. There is a Milton Academy football game occurring at Brooks Field that evening and we are trying to minimize traffic to the best of our ability.

Students are able to leave the dance at their own discretion but there is no re-entry.

Pizza, Desserts, and Waters will be served

Additionally thank you so much to the incredible families that have donated food, water, decorations, supplies, money and their time!! If you signed up to assist in decorating on Friday, we are no longer in need of this assistance since the dance location has moved. If you signed up to assist in decorating on Saturday, please come to the Field House at 3:45pm.

Please contact Jennie Beliveau ( or Kelly Conaty ( with any further questions regarding Homecoming.

Cans for Cats Softball Fundraiser

The MHS Softball team will be hosting Cans for Cats!

When: Saturday, October 1st from 9am to noon at Milton High School.

Milton Glows Gold

There are two weeks left to support Milton Glows Gold! We are Glowing Gold in MPS to show support for families impacted by childhood cancer. Sign up to walk/run/ride for Milton Glows Gold here, and bring your change to donate at school. Thanks to all who celebrated Milton Glows Gold day on Friday, September 30! Check out the fun in our Milton Glows Gold video here!

SAT/PSAT/Digital Citizenship Day-Wednesday, October 12

Wednesday October 12th will be a busy day at MHS.

Our seniors will be taking the SATs, our juniors and sophomores will be taking the PSATs and our freshmen will be able to participate in a Digital Citizenship Workshop at MHS or participate in a Day of Service in the community. Emails have been sent out to all students with details for the day. This is not a full school day for students; an overview of the day for Milton High School can be read here.

MHS Clubs & Activities

Click on the link below and check out all of the clubs and activities MHS has to offer!

There truly is something fun for everyone!

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Calling All MHS Students!

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MHS Theater Program

Coming in November – Beauty and the Beast! Tickets are on sale now at this link for Milton High School Theatre’s production of Beauty and the Beast!
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Friends & Advocates of Music Education (FAME)


Please join Friends & Advocates of Music Education (FAME), the nonprofit that supports music education in the Milton public schools, for a kickoff meeting on Tuesday, October 11 at 7pm in the MHS auditorium. Parents from all grade levels are welcome! This year, FAME hopes to support the music programs at all six schools and expand opportunities for any student interested in music. We have volunteer roles in all shapes and sizes, from concession sales to school liaisons. Come meet us and learn more! You can also reach us at and learn more on our website,

Community Service and Employment Opportunities

Are you looking for community service opportunities? Throughout the year you will be able to access any community service opportunities here. There are already several opportunities available for students to volunteer. Get involved now!

MHS Site Council

School Site Councils are important resources for building principals and maintain members from the faculty/staff, student body, and parents/guardians. Members of this group work to make sure our School Improvement Plan is being implemented, handbooks are up to date and address any other questions that come our way. MHS is looking for parent/guardian volunteers to be on our site council. If you are interested please email Karen Cahill at


Congratulations to MHS Varsity Football Coach Steve Dembowski, who was named New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week! Coach Dembowski, currently in his eighth year as head coach of the Wildcat football team, led the team to their third-straight win on Friday night to improve to a perfect 3-0 on the season. It’s the fourth time the team has started a season 3-0 under Coach Dembowski.

Patriots, College, and Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Andre Tippett, now the team’s Executive Director of Community Affairs, met with our captains and coaching staff Tuesday morning to present the football program with a $1,000 donation on behalf of the Patriots Foundation in honor of Coach Dembowski. “Coach Dembowski’s Wildcats sustained their offensive excellence this week as they beat the Panthers to keep their undefeated record,” said Tippett. “They benefited from great quarterback play, and the rest of the team fed off that energy. We wish them luck ahead of entering league play.”

The team looks to continue to ride their hot streak into their Bay State Conference slate of games starting Friday night at 7pm at Brooks Field against Walpole, who has also started 3-0. Roll ‘Cats!

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District News & Important Dates


  • Oct 2 Celebrate Milton
  • Oct 5 No School Yom Kippur
  • Oct 10 No School Indigenous Peoples Day
  • Oct 11 SEPAC Open House
  • Oct 12 Milton School Committee
  • Oct 17 MHS Swing FORE Sports

Milton Flu Clinic

Milton will hold a Seasonal Flu Clinic for the General Public on Wednesday, October 19th from 4-6 pm at Pierce Middle School, 451 Central Avenue. All details are here.

MPS Community News & Events page

SEPAC Board Meeting


Tuesday, October 11, 6:30-8:30, Parent Speak Meeting, Pierce Middle School Cafeteria. SEPAC invites you to our Open House on Tuesday, October 11, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. MHS We welcome you to join us for refreshments and conversation, and to meet SEPAC's board members and learn about our work in the district and goals for the coming year. Childcare will be provided.

PARTICIPATE Planning a Life (PAL) is back! FCSN is bringing back our post-secondary transition conference, Planning A Life, this fall!

Making the Most Out of High School: October 14-15

Planning for College and Beyond: November 4&5

Both will be virtual on the first day and in-person on the second day. Youth and young adults (13-22) are welcome! This year, we are planning fun and informative activities and presentations for youth attendees on the in-person days of both PAL conferences.

Registration is limited and required. Registration fee is $125 per person, $150 per family (2 attendees) or per Professional, and Youth attendees (14 –22 ) are free with Adult registration.


EDUCATE : Thursday, October 5th from 4-6pm Transition to Adult Disability Fair at the Cardinal Cushing Centers Cafe @ 120 Columbia Rd, Hanover MA Please visit our Milton SEPAC events page for other upcoming events

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Family Resources

If you have questions about MPS programs, how to connect with school staff, or need general information about community resources, please reach out to Marti O’Keefe McKenna, Family Outreach Liaison via telephone at 617-980-7343 or email at For information about ongoing community resources, please visit our Family Resource Newsletter.

The College Application Essay

Hello seniors and families:

Here is a PowerPoint that provides an overview of the college application essay, including what it is, why it is important, tips on how to write it and how to get help with it at MHS. Please take time to look through it and if you have any questions or concerns, reach out to the School Counseling Office and/or to H Hardie, English Department Head for assistance.