2019-2020 Course Registration
Course registration for the 2019-2020 school year has begun! Teachers will be putting in course recommendations for their students from February 11 - February 14th. During this time, students who need to register for electives need to complete an Elective Registration form (printable versions are available below). The completed forms are due by Thursday, February 14th in the front office, 1320, 1340, 1360 or 1380.
For complete information, including course lists, applications, timeline for registration, and more visit our Academics page.
CLICK HERE FOR THE RISING 9th GRADE ELECTIVE FORM
Milton will be electing representatives to serve on the
School Governance Council. We will be electing two parent/guardian
positions and one teacher positions for our spring election. Our School
Governance Council has a leadership role in the governance of the school. The
Council works with the principal in setting the long-term vision and strategy
for the school. They are responsible for approving the school's strategic plan
and budget recommendations, as well as designing innovative solutions to
increase academic achievement and meet the unique needs of our school
Elections for the parent/guardian and teacher positions on the
School Governance Council will be held March 11th – March 18th. Candidates
interested in running for an elected position on the Council must complete a
candidate declaration form and submit by February 20th.
Candidate forms may be submitted electronically or by mail (get
a copy of the form from the school's front office and follow mailing
instructions on the back of the form).
Teacher Candidate Declaration Form
Parent/Guardian Declaration Form
REGISTERING FOR AP EXAMS
As you know, taking the Advanced Placement exams is an important part of all AP courses. Milton High School desires that all students take AP exams for the AP classes that they have taken. Scoring well on an AP exam can possibly earn student's college credit for their high school classes, saving a significant amount on tuition.
If you choose not to take the AP exam, there is an opt-out form that needs to be signed by you and your parents. This form must be completed and returned to your teacher no later than March 11, 2019. The form can be printed from the registration site. Students can also get a copy of the form from your AP teacher.
Students wishing to take AP exams must register for their tests online. This registration will take a few minutes and can be completed from any computer with internet access. AP exams are given to Milton students at no cost. Students will have the ability to continue in this tradition by registering for their tests during the priority registration window.
Online Priority Exam Registration will begin on Friday, February 1, 2019 at 12:00 AM. You will have until Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 11:59 PM to complete your registration at no cost. Online Late Registration will begin on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 12:01AM, at a cost of $25 per exam, and end on Wednesday, March 12 at 11:59PM.
To complete the registration, students must answer all required questions.
Registration is not complete until students have printed the confirmation .pdf of the confirmation page that is provided at the end.
We know that parents may desire to register their students for exams. We strongly recommend that parents and students are both present while registering to ensure that the correct exams are ordered. Here are the important dates for the registration process:
- 2/1/19-12:00AM - AP Priority Test Registration Opens
- 3/6/19-11:59PM- AP Priority Test Registration Ends
- 3/7/19- 12:01AM - AP Late Registration Begins-payments after this date will incur a $25 late fee per exam
- 3/12/19- 11:59PM- AP Late Registration Ends
AP TEST ACCOMMODATIONS
The deadline to submit AP accommodations is February 22, 2019 for any student wanting to apply for accommodations for AP testing. Please contact the SSD coordinator, Jennie Pullano, as soon as possible if you have documentation that you would like to submit to the College Board. Mrs. Pullano's contact email is PullanoJ@fultonschools.org.
Graduation Ceremony Information
Graduation Date: Tuesday May 21, 2019
Place: Ameris Bank Amphitheatre (formerly Verizon) Tickets are required (10 tickets per graduate will be distributed at the
mandatory graduation practice)
Mandatory Graduation Practice: Saturday May 18, 2019 12-2:00PM at the amphitheater
Cap and Gown Information: Order Deadline February 28
*Mandatory-Cap and Gown Graduation Package (for participation in graduation ceremony) All graduating seniors who plan to participate in the graduation ceremony must order (at www.gabalfour.com) a cap and gown graduation package that consists of a gown with embroidered M logo, cap, 2019 tassel, and diploma cover. The cap, gown, and tassel will be delivered to school for student pick up prior to the ceremony date. The diploma cover will be given to the student during the graduation ceremony. Orders should be placed online at www.gabalfour.com. For those who cannot order online with a credit card, Balfour representatives will be at school on 3/14 and 4/11 to accept orders by cash or check.
One of the following options must be ordered by every graduate to participate in the ceremony:
- $62.50 Full package (this price increases to $87.50 on March 1) OR
- $26.50 Partial Package Diploma cover and 2019 tassel only (mandatory for those who already have a cap and gown-caps are not included in this package)
Deadline for ordering is February 28, 2019 Ordering by this date insures free delivery of caps and gowns to be distributed at school. (price increases to $87.50 for orders placed on or after March 1)Graduation announcements, with the official Milton crest, can be ordered online. Cost varies depending on the package ordered. Please see the website at www.gabalfour.com
CLICK BELOW FOR PRINTABLE VERSION OF GRADUATION INFO:
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Congratulations to Milton Model United Nations delegates for their superb performance at University of Georgia MUN. Their preparation, professionalism, and overall exemplary conduct throughout the conference caught the attention of the UGA MUN staff. A special shout out for Erin Joyce and Tate Matthews who received special recognition from the UGA conference leaders for their positive attitude, leadership, and kindness. Way to "Rep the M" Erin and Tate! Honorable Mention Delegate awards to Sophie Richardson, Sophia Kwan, and Krishna Patel Best Position Paper award to Ryan Barr The Milton MUN members would like to thank our parent volunteers for donating their time and resources to help us attend UGA MUN. Milton Model UN would not be possible without the support of our great parents!
Last weekend the Eagles competed in the 2019 Fulton County Regional Science Fair at Westlake High school. The following students advanced to Intel International Science & Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), which will take place in Phoenix, AZ on May 16, 2019.
Divya Nori: iSense: App to Identify Linguistic Biomarkers of Mood Disorder
Shreya Ramesh: Real-time communication for patients with neurological disorders
The following students advance to GSEF which will take place in Athens, GA on March 28-30, 2019
Divya Nori: Behavioral and Social Sciences- iSense: App to Identify Linguistic Biomarkers of Mood Disorder
Shreya Ramesh: Robotics and Intelligent Machines -Real-time communication for patients with neurological disorders
Kareena Dash & Priyanka Akavaram: Biochemistry- pH- Sensitive Encapsulation for Gastrointestinal Target Delivery
Akaash Dash: Robotics and Intelligent Machines- Macular Disease Detection with OCT Imaging using Machine Learning
Harshita Challa: Computational Biology and Bioinformatics- From Stem Cells to Organs: A Bioengineering Miracle
Priya Soneji: Robotics and Intelligent Machines- Using Machine Learning Detect Bad Posture
What a wonderful season the Robotic Eagles just had. We are a club that started with nothing and rose to face former world champions in the FIRST industry of robotics. We are also a year-round club, so even if our season is over, we still meet every week to work, practice, and prepare for next year's season. We are also on the lookout for people who are interested, good at programming, cadding, designing and or building mechanically. If you are one who is experienced and is coveting to express your knowledge in one of these areas and use that knowledge for our team, please email email@example.com for more information on joining the team. Once again what a great season the Robotic Eagles had this 2018-2019 season.
CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL WINNER
Milton High School Senior, Caroline Carr Brolly, was one of only eight students in the State of Georgia to earn a 2018 Congressional Gold Medal Award, which was presented to her during a formal ceremony in Washington, D.C., and followed by meetings with many of our nation's leaders. The Congressional Gold Medal Award is the highest honor a member of the United States Senate or House of Representatives can bestow upon a youth civilian. Caroline, who began the program in February 2015, worked for over four years setting and reaching goals in voluntary public service, personal development, physical fitness and expedition/exploration.
Congratulations to sophomore BEN WILLIAMS on winning the GHSA 7A 132 lb. STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. Ben finished the season with a record of 55-2. Ben also collected his 100th win when he won the state championship. Way the #ReptheM Ben!
Last season Milton Girl's Tennis made it to the State Semi-Finals, the best in school history! After not graduating any players and adding 3 strong freshmen to the roster, they are looking to make it even further this season. The team is currently undefeated (4-0) besting Lassiter, Johns Creek, Chattahoochee, and North Gwinnett. Against Lassiter, in the first match of the season the girls swept the competition only dropping 4 games, they then went on to defeat state semi-finalist in the 6A division Johns Creek 4-1. The girls also defeated 7A state semi-finalist North Gwinnett in a clean sweep 5-0. They will continue their strong non-region schedule, taking on the 6A State Champions Northview on Tuesday at 4:00PM on our home courts. Come out and support!
In the first annual GHSA Dance Invitational, Milton ended their competition season with an outstanding accomplishment. Twenty-two routines across 5 different categories competed for the 6A-7A Division Title. Milton's Pom routine earned 4th place and our Hip Hop routine earned 8th place. Milton was the 3rd highest scoring team in the 6A-7A Division! Congratulations to the Milton High School Dance Team for an amazing GHSA debut!
TRACK & FIELD
The Eagle track team opened it's 2019 campaign at a "distance only" track meet event hosted by Marietta High School and came away with one school record and many early-season personal bests.
The highlight of the meet for Milton was the new school record in the 2000 meter Steeplechase by senior captain Taylor Cushman (2nd-8:07.66). In her first time contesting the event, the Georgia Tech signee used her superior running ability to overcome her hurdling inexperience to work her way through the field to finish as runner-up. In the 1600m, sophomore Audrey Nichols (17th-5:44.76) 4-second personal best led the Lady Eagles as fellow sophomores Paige Chambers & Audrey Mintonalong with freshman Ella Rindt & Megan Erbey also competed in the event with most notching personal bests. In the 3200m, freshman Jessica Albregts ran to a 30-second personal best (22nd-13:15.72). Milton finished 10th out of 13 scoring teams.
The 2000m Steeplechase took center stage again as seniors Luke Bonneville (5th-6:50.36) and team captain Gary Halverson (6th-6:59.23) scored the Eagles lone team points while running the #3 & #5 times in school history. The 1600m saw a strong race by sophomore Hayden Marshall (11th-4:46.23) and personal bests by freshman Andrew Baum (5:12.28), Charlie Reynolds (5:14.65) & Will Buchanan (5:38.80). Seniors Anish Gupta (12th-2:08.40) running a 3-second personal best, Nick Butzow (22nd-2:14.41) & Michael Barton (2:20.32) led the Milton contingent in the 800 meters. The Eagles were 14th out of 18 scoring teams. The Eagle track teams are next in action on Wednesday, Feb 20 at Roswell HS for dual meet and then return again to Roswell on Saturday, Feb 23 for their annual 8-Way meet with many schools from the North Fulton area.
2/19 TUE: Boys Lacrosse v Blessed Trinity JV 5:55/V 7:45PM
2/19 TUE: Girls Tennis v Northview @ 4:00PM
2/20 WED: JV Baseball v Alpharetta @ 5:55PM
2/20 WED: 9th Boys Lacrosse v Lambert @ 6:30PM
2/22 FRI: Girls Lacrosse v Ponte Vedra (FL) JV 4:30/V 6:00PM
2/22 FRI: Boys Lacrosse v Pope @ 8:00PM
2/23 SAT: Baseball v Northview (Doubleheader) @ 12:00/3:00PM
2/23 SAT: 9th Boys Lacrosse v South Forsyth @ 10:00AM
2/23 SAT: JV Boys Lacrosse v Pope @ 12:00PM
2/19 TUE: Baseball v Centennial @ 5:55PM
2/19 TUE: Boys Tennis v Northview @ 4:00PM
2/19 TUE: Soccer v Chattahoochee G 5:55/B 8:00PM
2/20 WED: 9th Baseball v Dunwoody @ 5:55PM
2/20 WED: Baseball v Alpharetta @ 5:55PM
2/20 WED: Track & Field at Roswell Dual Meet
2/21 THU: JV Baseball v Marist @ 5:00PM
2/21 THU: JV Soccer v Roswell B 5:55/G 7:30PM
2/22 FRI: Soccer v Forsyth Central G 5:55/B 8:00PM
2/23 SAT: Gymnastics Meet at West Forsyth @ 8:00AM
2/23 SAT: Track & Field at Roswell 8 Way Meet
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02/22: PTO Meeting 9:30AM
03/11,12: WORK DAYS*
03/15: PTO Meeting 9:30AM
03/19: SGC Meeting 4PM
04/01-05: SPRING BREAK*
04/16: SGC Meeting 7:10AM
04/19: PTO Meeting 9:30AM
04/22-05/3: EOC TESTING
05/20-23: FINAL EXAM WINDOW
05/23: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
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