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 Spring Testing Information
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AP TESTS & FINAL EXAMS
AP testing starts May 6, and we understand students MAY NOT be in class because they will be taking an AP exam. AP exam attendance will be taken daily and entered by the attendance clerk. 

If there is a conflict between an AP exam and a final exam, STUDENTS MUST REPORT TO THEIR SCHEDULED AP EXAM, and reschedule their final exam with their teacher. 
Make-up exams for seniors will be available 5/14, 5/15, 5/16, 5/17. We will have people available in the Media Hub for students to take make-up final exams. Seniors will be notified, by their teacher, on Friday, May 3 if they are able to exempt their final. Senior exams will be taken during their normal class period - 55 minutes.

9th - 11th GRADE EXAM SCHEDULE:

BELL SCHEDULE:
MONDAY, MAY 20 (FULL SCHOOL DAY):
TIME
PERIOD
8:20 - 10:20
7th PERIOD EXAM
10:25 - 11:10
3rd PERIOD
11:15 - 12:00
4th PERIOD
12:05 - 12:50
5th PERIOD
12:55 - 1:40
6th PERIOD
1:45 - 2:30
1st PERIOD
2:35 - 3:30
2nd PERIOD
  
EXAM SCHEDULE:
MAY 21-23 (EARLY RELEASE DAYS):
DATE
EXAMS
(in listed order)
Tuesday, May 21PERIODS 1 & 3
Wednesday, May 22PERIODS 2 & 4
Thursday, May 23PERIODS 6 & 5
  
BELL SCHEDULE:
MAY 21-23:
8:20 - 10:15
EXAM
10:15 - 10:25
BREAK
10:25 - 12:20
EXAM
12:30
BUSES LEAVE


EXEMPTION POLICY
  • Must have a 90 or above (not including honors points)
  • No ISS or OSS for 2nd semester
  • Can't exempt an EOC Test
 Student Device & Textbook Collection
STATES

9th - 11th DEVICE COLLECTION

5/15 - 9th Grade Device Collection - For ALL 9th Grade Students
5/16 - 11th Grade Device Collection - For ALL 11th Grade Students
5/17 - 10th Grade Device Collection - For ALL 10th Grade Students 

Textbooks may be turned in at the Media HUB circulation desk NOW thru 5/23 at NOON.

Students who have outstanding items/fines will NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO PURCHASE PARKING NEXT YEAR UNTIL FINES ARE PAID.

Students who are missing peripheral items or have a broken or cracked device will be issued a fine per the Device User Agreement. Seniors with outstanding items or fines may have diplomas held.

Students can pay fines during device collection using the following methods:

  • CASH (Exact Amount) or CHECK (made out to Milton High School)
  • CREDIT CARD through OSP link HERE (Click Surface Device Items on Left Menu. Select applicable items.)

Students who pay online MUST SHOW RECEIPT to Mrs. Hutchison or Mrs. Duke in order to have fine removed.

Social Innovators Academy Paint Drive

Do you have paint sitting around that you need to get rid of? Dispose of your paint, help the environment, provide paint to those in need, and support the Milton High School's Social Innovators Academy by donating your old paint! Drop off all of your paint at this "drive-through" donation event Saturday, May 18 from 10AM-2PM in the MILTON HIGH SCHOOL PARKING LOT. All paint will be donated to Global Paint for Charities. See the attached forms for additional information.
FAQs
How much do I have to pay for every can/container paint I bring?
Every can/container of paint, regardless of size, costs $1 in ONLY CASH. This fee goes directly to Global Paint for Charity to pay for the processing of your paint as well as the redistribution. We will also be accepting cash donations all of which go directly to Global Paint for Charity.
Why donate my paint to Global Paint for Charity?
Global Paint for Charity, unlike many organizations that collect paint, actually processes and redistributes collected paint rather than simply disposing of it. The paint you donate will be mixed together, cleaned, and repackaged to be shipped internationally to poor communities. The paint will help those communities lessen the spread of disease and increase cleanliness as painted surfaces kill and protect against harmful bacteria. Donating your paint to Global Paint for Charity will also benefit the environment by preventing improper disposal of paint and the dangerous chemicals it contains.
What type of paint do you accept?
We CANNOT accept any oil based paints. Please bring only latex paints. Additionally, we CANNOT accept any dried paint, spackle, or any paint contained in rusty cans. Please make sure that the can is at least 25% full.
Where, exactly, is the drive located within Milton High?
The drive will be held in the carpool lane outside Milton High School.
When I arrive, how will the drive actually work?
The drive has been designed to be as efficient and convenient as possible, so the event will be operated as a drive-thru. All you have to do is pull into the Milton High School carpool lane and stay in your car as we handle the paint collection, inspection, and payment. After you we have gathered all of your paint from your vehicle and you have paid, you are all set to go!
What happens if I bring paint that does not adhere to the regulations?
We ask that you do your best to ensure that your paint does meet regulations prior to arriving at the drive. In the case that your paint does not meet regulation, we will still take said paint; however, this paint cannot be taken by Global Paint for Charity and will therefore simply be disposed of rather than benefiting the environment and third-world communities.
Is my payment tax deductible?
Your payment as well as any donations are tax deductible. Upon giving your paint and cash, you will have the option to be provided with an official tax receipt from Global Paint for Charity.

 Graduating Senior Informaion

IMPORTANT SENIOR CALENDAR UPDATES

SENIOR BBQ/SLIDE SHOW/RED ENVELOPES
Friday, May 17 7:00PM MHS Front Lawn - CLICK FOR FLYER
  
SENIOR WALKS AT FEEDER ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOLSgradwalk
You're invited back to your elementary and middle schools to walk through the halls in your caps and gowns--inspiring the current students to work hard and make it to graduation like you! You should arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled start time and wear your caps and gowns. See the schedule below:

School
Date
Time
Northwestern
May 21
9:15am
Alpharetta ES
May 20
8:30am
Birmingham Falls
May 20
1:30pm
Crabapple Crossing
May 20
1:45pm
Summit Hill
May 14
1:30pm
Hembree Springs
May 21
10:30am
Elkins
May 21
11:30am
Sweet Apple
May 21
10:30am
 
MANDATORY GRADUATION PRACTICE:
Saturday, May 18 12:00-2:00PM Ameris Bank Amphitheater
  
GRADUATION CEREMONY
Tuesday, May 21 8:00PM Ameris Bank Amphitheater

GRAD LAWN SIGNS
ONE more deadline: 5/6
All proceeds go to the Senior Class School Gift Fund.
   
CLICK BELOW FOR DOCUMENTS RELATED TO SENIOR EVENTS & GRADUATION

RED ENVELOPE DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL MAY 10!


 Graduation Ceremony Information
 

Senior BBQ/Slide Show/Red Envelopes: Friday, May 17 7:00PM MHS Front Lawn - CLICK FOR FLYER

Mandatory Graduation Practice: May 18th 12:00 - 2:00PM Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Graduation Ceremony: May 21 8:00PM Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
   
CLICK BELOW FOR DOCUMENTS RELATED TO SENIOR EVENTS & GRADUATION

To volunteer for the Senior Carnival, CLICK HERE
To donate supplies for the Senior Carnival, CLICK HERE
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Eagle Pride
ACADEMICS
LATIN
Congratulations to the Milton Students who excelled in the CAMWS Translation Contest! The Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS) offers $250 cash prizes, book awards, and letters of commendation to qualifying winners in its Latin Translation Contest. These intermediate and advanced exams are open high school students with three or more years of Latin. Writers of the 10 most outstanding papers in the advanced high school competition will each receive a $250 cash prize. An additional 20 outstanding contestants will receive a book prize relevant to classical antiquity. Approximately 50 other writers of meritorious examinations will receive letters of commendation.
This year three Milton students won letters of commendation, placing them among the top 100 Latin students in the nation:
Rithwik Koppaka
Sruthi Chatrathi
Kerry Matthews
Congratulations again to these fine scholars! 

ATHLETICS
EQUESTRIAN
Milton Eagles Equestrian Wins 4th Place in the Nation! The Milton Eagles Equestrian Team competed in the IEA National Finals in Harrisburg, PA on April 26-28, 2019.Our Milton riders won fourth in the nation! The Interscholastic Equestrian Association is comprised of 10,567 riders and 1382 Teams nationwide. The Milton team was one of 18 teams to make it to the National Finals competition. Additional congratulations to Coach Lauren Kamber for winning the 5th Annual Coach Sportsmanship Award! The Milton Equestrian Team rides out of Fortitude Farm in Milton, GA.

Pictured, L-R: Coach Lauren Kamber, Rachel Brian, Livie Guyton, Finn Wright-Ford, Skye James, Cat Gorman, and Kaitlyn Parkes

TRACK & FIELD
The Milton track & field teams completed their season with a great showing at the GHSA 7A State Championships this past weekend at Berry College in Rome, GA as two school records were broken in the process.
BOYS
As a team the Eagles (13th-17pts) bested 23 scoring programs and were tied with fellow-region team Forsyth Central as the top-finishing team from their region at the state meet. Senior Matt Mazzacano concluded his track career at Milton with a school record in the pole vault (2nd-15'6") to finish runner-up and lead the Eagle effort. Junior Demarrie Taylor showed he will be a major contender next season as he broke his 100m (10.61) school record in the semi-final on Thursday and then came back for the final on Saturday (3rd-10.73) to finish 3rd! Taylor also anchored the 4x100m relay team (6th-42.71) that ran the school's 2nd best time ever also in the semi-final. Joining Taylor on the podium for the 4x100m relay were seniors Will Bratcher & Uriah Mellem and sophomore Wil Marinich. Taylor also competed in the long jump (14th-19'11") but failed to advance to the final. Also competing at the state meet was juniorSpencer Watry in the 800m (9th-2:02.54).

GIRLS
The Lady Eagles only sent three girls to the state meet but were able to beat back 10 schools. Milton (21st-7pts) was only 5th at the region meet but finished 2nd at the state meet among the region teams competing. Senior co-captain Taylor Cushman led the Lady Eagles with two medal-wining performances. Cushman also ran to two personal bests in the 3200m (8th-11:17.53) & 1600m (7th-5:09.19) that were also the 5th best times in school history in both events! Junior Nyah Hernandez also competed in 2 events and her 3200m (7th-11:17.36) got her on the podium and also is now the 4th best time eve run in school history! Hernandez came back but just missed on a medal in the 1600m (9th-5:14.69). The final scorer for Milton was junior Taylor McQuilken. Her effort in the pole vault (6th-10'6") was a 6-inch personal best but also is now the 2nd best ever in school history!

ATHLETIC SCHEDULES
SCHEDULES
AWAY EVENTS
5/14 TUE: Boys Soccer v Lakeside, DeKalb (Final Four) @ 7:30PM
5/15 WED: Girls Lacrosse v North Paulding (Final Four) @ 7:00PM

13025 Birmingham Hwy
Milton, Georgia 30004
Main Office: (470) 254-7000
Fax: (470) 254-2844
Guidance Office Fax: (470) 254-2888
 

 
 
 Important Dates

05/06-17: AP TESTING
5/21: Graduation Ceremony 8PM
@ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre 
05/20-23: FINAL EXAM WINDOW
05/23: LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
*=NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
 
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