Farm To School Grant
MAPS is the recipient of one of two USDA Farm to School planning grants awarded in the state of Michigan. This grant is a collaboration between Muskegon Public, Muskegon Heights, Montague, and Whitehall Schools. Grants are awarded to help schools connect with local producers and to teach students where their food comes from.
Muskegon County Awards First Promise Scholarships
The Muskegon Area Promise will offer scholarships to Muskegon Community College and Baker College to students who graduate from a Muskegon County High School with a GPA of 3.5 or higher. This year, Holton, Muskegon, and Muskegon Heights will benefit from these scholarships. In 2017, all Muskegon County districts, including Montague, will benefit from the Muskegon Promise Scholarships. Visit this link from WZZM 13 News to hear about the first scholarships awarded: WZZM 13 Muskegon Promise News Story
Students will have a 1/2 day of school on Wednesday, November 25th, and no school on Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th. Classes resume on Monday, November 30.
January Board Meeting
The Organizational/Regular Board Meeting will be held on Monday, January 11, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. in the MHS CAT Lab. Notice of Board Meeting
MHS Earns Another Silver!
US News and World Report Magazine has just published it's 2015 assessment of all US High Schools--and awarded Montague High School another Silver Medal. MHS is ranked #77 out of over 700 high schools in Michigan.
Click to read a summary of the US News procedure and findings as well as a detailed look at MHS .
High Ratings for MAPS from Niche.com
Niche.com, a Pittsburg company providing information and reviews of educational institutions, ranks MAPS in the top 100 of Michigan's approximately 550 school districts. Click to read view the Niche report.
MAPS enthusiastically supports the county-wide Read Early. Read Often. program. Click to learn more.