MHS Weekly Updates


Congratulations to Liz Hallisey!

Congratulations to Liz Hallisey, MHS teacher, for being awarded MFE Teacher of the Year!

Liz has been a great addition to the Milton High staff and an amazing advocate for our students.

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MHS Baseball is Playing in the State Finals!

For the first time in 48 years MHS Baseball is heading to the State Finals!! GOOD LUCK!!

The Division II State Finals #1 Milton v #2 King Philip Saturday, Saturday, 6/18 at 6 pm at Fitton Field, Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA. No bags, water, food, or noisemakers allowed. Tickets must be purchased in advance at this link.

Community Outreach-We Need Your Help

We need you! Milton High School’s Launch Program is looking for community partners to work with our students during the 2022-2023 school year. The Launch Program, which services students with a range of special needs, is looking for local businesses to support students in the development of their pre-vocational and vocational skills. Your support can help our students become more involved in the community and develop the skills needed for a successful transition to life beyond Milton High School. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Mark Harrison, Assistant Director for Pupil Personnel Services, at We thank you for your interest and investment in our students.

Last Day of School, Friday, June 24th

As we close out the school year, I want to remind all students and families that the last day of school is Friday, June 24th. While we may not have a formal exam schedule in place, teachers and departments will continue to have projects, assessments and exams up to and including the last day of school. Students are expected to be in school until June 24th and if a student misses any end of the year assessments they will be asked to come in over the summer to complete them so final grades can be issued. Teachers will provide administration with the assessments and students will be given time on July 11th and 12th to complete them at Milton High School.

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MHS Internship Program

This spring MHS piloted a new internship program under the direction of Joyce White. Some Milton High School seniors volunteered at various businesses throughout town. The students were awarded the privilege to interact with the business community of their choosing to exercise their intellectual curiosity in a field of interest. The program provided hands-on learning opportunities that challenged them outside of the classroom, developed civic awareness and established a deeper understanding of responsibility.

The Milton Chamber of Commerce supported the program and students chose the following businesses to explore: BID-Milton, who hosted 7 students; Julia Bradley, Kayvoune Charles, Taliah Gabriel, Alona Lynch, Madeleine Miller, Jared Mitchell, and Nkechinyere (Kechie)Onyiriuka. Milton Public Schools Consolidated Service Department hosted Joseph Pender, and James Jenkins. The Milton Times hosted Jordan Elliott, and the Eustace Estates partnered with Diana Duran.

The program ended with a celebration of success and was attended by our students, business partners, family and administration. Students expressed their gratitude by creating a video and speaking directly to their mentors, and they prepared swag bags, snacks and drinks. Matt Levine, Volunteer Services coordinator of BID Milton, spoke of his admiration for the students which he supervised during their weeks of service.

Thank you to everyone involved in promoting this amazing new program for the Milton Public Schools.

We look forward to building more relationships with community businesses in years to come!

Late Start Days 22-23 SY

This year's calendar includes four Late Start days (9/23, 10/28, 1/17, 3/31) new to the MPS calendar. These days will be used for Staff Professional Development, similar to Early Release days. Your child's school day will begin 2 hours later on these days, ESAP will be open for enrolled students at the elementary schools, and lunch and afterschool activities will continue as usual.

She Kills Monsters @ Cove Fine Arts Center

The MHS theatre program is putting on a production of "She Kills Monsters" this Thursday and Friday, June 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cove Fine Arts Center at Eastern Nazarene College, 62 Wendell Ave, Quincy. Please come to support several Milton High School students as they take the stage with performers from the South Shore School of Theatre, in a moving, imaginative play that toggles between reality and an imaginary game world. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and available at the door.

Community News

Save the date for Milton Music Fest and Fireworks on Saturday June 25, followed by Celtic Sunday on Sunday June 26! Celtic Sunday begins at noon with many familiar and beloved Irish bands Fenian Sons, Erin’s Melody, Sean and Caroline Brennan and the Skiffs, Curragh’s Fancy and new this year…the Strawberry Hill band. Headliner will be Celtic Cross from NYC. Also new this year is a Tiny Little (Irish) Pub that will be a welcome addition! Free parking is available both days at Lasalle and Fontbonne with shuttle buses bringing you to the field. Food trucks will be on site both days. No outside adult beverages are permitted on the field.

Volunteers needed! We are a small group of volunteers who coordinate this event who would love some help setting up on Friday and Saturday as well as clean up on Sunday night and Monday morning. Check out our website for ways to help and for the most up-to date information.


Accidents happen. Even when you are being your most careful, sometimes Chromebooks get damaged or stop working. That’s why MPS strongly recommends that families purchase insurance for the Chromebooks issued to students. The cost is $30 per student per school year. Purchases now will cover your student through June 2023. All details on coverage and how to purchase can be found here.

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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 that was sent to you by, please do so as soon as possible. Feel free to reach out to the Main Office with any questions.

Anonymous Bullying & Incident Reporting

As discussed at a recent School Committee meeting, the Milton Public Schools has updated our school incident reporting forms so people can specify incidents on the basis of sex, race, ethnicity, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion and more. The Milton High School incident form can be found here and each school has a form linked on the front of their school’s website and they are also linked on the front of the MPS website, the MPS Education Equity page and MPS Anti-Bullying page.

Food Service

MPS is unable to serve summer meals this year, as we do not meet federal guidelines. There are local resources available to all families and the list of local sites can be found here.

If your family is in need of further resources, please reach out to MPS Family Outreach Liaison Marti O’Keefe McKenna via email or phone (617-980-7343).