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Each year Dr. Charles Mahler from Lycoming College organizes an American Chemical Society competition exam for high school students to recognize and reward outstanding high school chemistry students in our area of Northeastern and North-central Pennsylvania.  We are pleased to announce this notification from Dr. Mahler:  "Two of your [Milton Area High School] students got the two highest scores on the B exam – we give awards to the two highest scores in the whole section on the B exam. Your student, Courtney Daub, got the highest score, and Nicholas Doresky tied for second highest score. Because of the tie for the second highest score, there will be three awards winners in the B exam this year.

Pictured above is a very proud chemistry instructor, Mrs. Faye Hinson, with a very happy Nick Doresky and Courtney Daub!

Our school community is proud of your hard work and congratulates your achievements!

Parents - please see the link for more information about the Keystone Exams

Keystone Exams

The Milton High School Class of 2017 presents "The Great Gatsby Gala," the 2016 Junior-Senior Prom!  Held at the Milton Library at Rose Hill, the event will feature a Promenade open to parents and the community at 7:30 and trolley rides which will shuttle from 7:30 to 11:30 from the rear of the high school parking lot.

Tickets for the event are on sale from April 14 to 28.

Click the image to the left to download the full poster with all the details.

 

 

 

 

Milton Area School District’s new notification system is attached to our student information system, Sapphire.  Parents have the ability to change contact information and update their notification workflows in the portal. Parents, please follow the steps in this document to ensure that your contact information is correct and notification settings are setup in order to receive information from the Milton Area School District.

Don't have a Sapphire parent account?  Read this article!

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