MHS Weekly Updates!


Thank you to MHS Staff & Student Leaders for making our Open House such a success! An informative night was had by all and we are looking forward to a great year for all of our students!

As I said at Open House, we have so many opportunities for our students to be involved at Milton High School. Please take some time to review our Clubs & Activities Fair Brochure and see what you want to do!


As we settle into the 4th week of school, I ask that all families continue to encourage their students to keep masks on during the day while in the building. This means masks stay on over the nose and mouth and appropriately fit. We are asking all staff to speak with students who are unable to comply with this state mandate and let administration know when a student continues to struggle with this expectation. Thank you all for your help and cooperation.

Dismissal Notes at MHS

We understand that students may need to be dismissed from school from time to time to attend appointments. Please be sure to send your student with a note to the Main Office on the morning of the dismissal. We will give your student a pass to report back to the Main Office at their dismissal time so you don't have to wait! A dismissal note in advance will greatly help our Main Office efficiency. Thank you!

Milton Glows Gold

Are you ready for some football??

The MHS Football game will be GLOWING GOLD at Saturday's 1pm home game at Brooks Field. Wear your gold (or yellow) for childhood cancer awareness. The players, band, and cheerleaders will be accessorized in gold so be sure to show them support!

The Milton Glows Gold committee will be on site sharing information on the Walk/Run/Ride and collecting donations for the Michael C.McHugh Foundation.

Thank you for your support of Milton Glows Gold! Milton Glows Gold!

There are many ways to participate in Milton Glows Gold and the 1st step is to sign up to join the Run/Walk/Ride now. When you sign up, join your school team so you can start amassing miles in support of families impacted by childhood cancer. After you register and start logging miles, you can ask your family and friends to support you in your effort to raise money and awareness for families impacted by childhood cancer.

MHS Student Handbook 2021-2022

All MHS students and families are required to read our MHS Student and Family Handbook and required to digitally sign a verification form acknowledging reading and understanding the rules and policies for Milton High School. If you have not signed and submitted the verification form an email was resent to you today from If you have never received this online form please contact the main office.

Shout Out!

I am always so proud when I hear about MHS students making a difference for others. This summer Bersabel Tadesse and Kai Poles volunteered as teaching assistants for five weeks at Educational Divide Reform (EDR) Institution's Step Up program. This program taught hundreds of students in grades 4-8 who face educational opportunity inequality due to economic/cultural/language barriers. Bersabel and Kai carried out intensive tasks to support younger students, demonstrating a great sense of responsibility, empathy, teamworking, and maturity. Their strong work ethics and excellent leadership were impressive.

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!

National Merit Semifinalists

I would like to congratulate Sam DiSandro, Rachel Steinberg and Jonathan Waldmann on being recognized as finalists for the National Merit Program. They have the opportunity to continue in the scholarship competition for some 75,000 National Merit Scholarships worth nearly $30 million. Congratulations Sam, Rachel and Jonathan!
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MCAS Opt-In Notice for Seniors

Class of 2022 Parents & Guardians,

Please read this important MCAS Opt-In Notice for Seniors. Class of 2022 Seniors are not required to take the ELA & Mathematics MCAS in order to graduate, but should consider the information in the MCAS Opt-In Notice for Seniors if they wish to attempt to qualify for the Adams and Koplik Scholarships.

Swing 4 Sports!

Registration for Swing 4 Sports is underway!

For more details on how you can be part of this fun day please refer to here.

Drop off and pick up advisory at MHS

With our full return in person, please remember to use caution when dropping off and picking up your students.

In the morning if you are dropping off in front of the building please pull your car all the way to the front of the circle to allow more cars off the main road and more students to get into school on time. If the front of the building is too busy you can also drop off at the Field House entrance or side entrance near the baseball fields. ALL students are expected to be seated their 1st period class at 7:50AM or they will be marked tardy. Students can be dropped off starting at 7:15AM so please consider dropping your students off prior to 7:45AM. Thank you for your help and cooperation with this.

Behaving Equitably

Director of Educational Equity, Somaly Prak-Martins, shares this week’s Behaving Equitably Newsletter.

Pupil Services

Administrator for Pupil Personnel Services, Sue Maselli shares this Family Letter 2021-2022 School Year from Russell Johnston, Senior Associate Commissioner Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to all parents/guardians. This Family Letter FAQ 2021-2022 School Year also contains helpful information.

MSAPC-Milton Substance Abuse Coalition

MSAPC is offering a FREE Youth Mental Health First Aid Training. This is or anyone who lives or works with youth from ages 12-18 years. Coaches, educators, clergy, managers, parents and any other caring citizens. This training teaches a 5 step action plan that includes initial help to young people showing signs of mental illness or crisis and how to connect them with the appropriate professional, peer, social, or self-help care. Friday, October 22, 8:30am – 2:30pm, Laboure College of Healthcare, 303 Adams St. Milton. Consider using your businesses paid time off for volunteer work for this training if available! Register here: Lunch and more provided!