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Boys Soccer Team Wins 2020 Northwest Region Group 3 Championship
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Montville Township High School Mission and Vision

Mission Statement:

The educational community at Montville Township High School promotes creative scheduling which allows for the integration of highly effective programs that encompass a variety of learning styles, promote problem solving, decision making, and critical thinking skills and brings the outside world to students through changing technologies.

 

Vision Statement:

Montville Township High School will set the standard for educational excellence in the 21st century. Through the use of technology and community resources students will develop tailored educational programs which allow them to develop intellectually, emotionally, and socially. The school building will become the starting point for learning, which in incremental steps, will extend to community , county, state, country, and the world. Learning will become a manifestation of personal goals and desires. Assessment of learning will be demonstrated through performance and documented real life experiences. Teachers will become facilitators of learning. Faculty will facilitate learning through experimentation, performance assessments, and mentoring. The measurement of student learning will not be a manifestation of subjective grade performance that assesses learning , and thereby intelligence as a measurement of time, but rather assesses learning through substantive performance.

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MTHS Class of 2022 President to Attend the University of Notre Dame Filip Risteski President of the Montville Township High School Class of 2022 addressed his peers at the 51st Annual MTHS Commencement Ceremony.

In Student Speech to Graduates Filip Risteski Encouraged Classmates to “Live in the Moment, Not Waiting for it” - In his commencement speech, Filip Risteski encouraged his classmates to “Live in the moment,” and cautioned them to be careful about being “caught in the cycle of living as 2/7ths a person. Living only for two days of the seven each week.” Risteski, who served as the Montville Township High School Class of 2022 President, said his 2/7th theory came to him late one night while reading his math text book. During the speech Risteski also took a selfie from the stage with the Class of 2022. “I am so grateful to have been given the opportunity to share my story and my ideas with my graduating peers, the faculty, and parents at graduation.” Risteski recently wrote when asked what he would like others to know about him.  “I hope my words left people with a new perception to their lives.” A full transcript of his speech can be viewed at http://www.montville.net/News/mthsclassof2022presidentspeech 

MTHS SAC President to Attend PGA Professional Golf Management Program in North Carolina Daniel Arena, the Montville Township High School Class of 2022 Student Activities Council President, will be going into the PGA Professional Golf Management Program at the North Carolina State University in the fall.

In Speech to Graduates He Asked His Classmates to “Make Your Story A Great One” - Daniel Arena, the Montville Township High School Class of 2022 Student Activities Council President, will be going into the PGA Professional Golf Management Program at the North Carolina State University in the fall. "...make the story unforgettable. Make it legendary. Make it last generations. Make it be felt across the world. Make it change people, move people, inspire people. Make it help people and save people. Make it worth it. Make it everlasting. Make your story a great one," Arena said at the 2022 MTHS Commencement ceremony. See the full speech at: http://www.montville.net/News/mths2022sacspeech

MTHS Valedictorian to Major in Chemical-Biological Engineering at MIT Montville Township High School Class of 2022 Valedictorian Elizabeth Bazhenov addressed the MTHS graduating class of 255 peers on Thursday, June 23, 2022, at the 51st Annual MTHS Commencement ceremony.

Elizabeth Bazhenov is a Young Woman with a Passion for STEM Who Urges Others to Never “Hide Their Authentic Self or Passion for Whatever They Enjoy” -- Bazhenov achieved her goal of becoming Valedictorian of the Class of 2022, and on Thursday, June 23, 2022, at the 51st Annual MTHS Commencement ceremony, she shared with her peers several lessons she learned as she worked toward achieving her goal. Bazhenov, who will attend MIT in the fall as a Chemical-Biological Engineering (Course 10B) Major, took the stage with a selfie-stick in hand. The full speech can be read here: http://www.montville.net/news/2022mthsvaledictorianspeech

MTHS Salutatorian to Major in Cell Biology and Neuroscience at Rutgers Montville Township High School Class of 2022 Salutatorian Isabella Ivankovic spoke at the 51st Annual MTHS Commencement Ceremony on June 23, 2022.

A Pre-Med Student, Isabella Ivankovic Takes Inspiration from Knowing “Things Always Have A Way of Working Out” - Salutatorian Isabella Ivankovic spoke with the Class of 2022 at the 51st Annual MTHS Commencement Ceremony on June 23, 2022. Ivankovic, will be studying Cell Biology and Neuroscience on the PreMed Track this fall at the Rutgers. “…what’s important,” Ivankovic said to the class, “Not just what you’ve done or accomplished -- but who you’ve become..." Here is a transcript of Ivankovic’s full speech.

MTHS Graduates 255 at 51st Commencement Montville Township High School Graduated 255 students from the Class of 2022 at the 51st Annual Commencement Ceremony on June 23, 2022.

Class of 2022 Ceremony Was Held Outdoors in Mustang Stadium - Thursday, June 23, 2022, Montville Township High School’s Class of 2022 graduated outdoors in the Mustang Stadium. The procession of students, faculty and administrators stepped onto the field at 7:00 p.m. for the 51st Annual MTHS Commencement. MTHS Principal Douglas Sanford  presided over the event, introducing the honored guests, and addressing the Class of 2022 and their families.

299 Lazar 8th Grade Students Attended Promotion Ceremony Student Council President, Nolan Shenkman, gave the student address for the Robert R. Lazar 8th grade Class of 2022.

June 22, 2022 Lazar Held the 69th Annual Promotion Ceremony at MTHS - Student Council President, Nolan Shenkman, gave the student address for the Robert R. Lazar 8th grade Class of 2022. He reflected on the uncertainty of the past three years, which was marked by a global pandemic, and said to his peers: “I believe, that since we have managed to cope with adversity, the sky’s the limit for the [8th grade] Class of 2022.”

Summer Homework Assignments 2022 for Lazar, MTHS and MTHS AP Courses Graphic of globe with two children reading on either side. Image for the 2022 Summer Reading Assignments for Lazar, MTHS and MTHS AP.

Summer Reading information for Lazar, MTHS, and MTHS AP Classes is available now. Lazar Math also available. Summer is a time to remember that reading a good book can be fun as well as informative. By encouraging students to read over the summer, we support the goal of creating lifelong readers. The One School One Book initiative promotes greater unity among students and a desire to be part of collaborative conversations. 

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