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HIGHLIGHT INFO

Montpelier High School (MHS) is a public school with 332 students from grades 9 to 12. Offering small class sizes with one teacher for every seven students, MHS offers unique programs and multiple pathways which allows students to tailor their experiences to fit their goals. They also offer a Community Based Learning Program to give students a hands on experience in the work environment.

FACILITIES
The facilities include a 3D printer, solar panels with digital read-outs, a green house with rainwater collection, sub-irrigation, aquaponics systems, and the school lends students their own Chrome Book to use for the year. The campus and community are focused around sustainability.

SPORTS AND ARTS
The athletics program offers opportunities for students to participate on great teams like the girls’ tennis team, who won four state championships in five years.
Each year students at Montpelier demonstrate their progress in the arts with a schoolwide exhibition of artwork including anything from short films to instrumental recitals.

AWARDS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
In 2019, MHS was ranked by US News and World Report as the #13 high school in Vermont. Montpelier High School was also recognized as a School of Success by the National Center for Learning and Citizenship (NCLC).

COMMUNITY INFORMATION
Montpelier is the United States’ smallest state capital, creating a unique balance of activity and sense of community. Students can go camping, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and biking in Vermont’s many mountains and forests.

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School Information

14 - 19

Art

French, Latin

Debate, Earth Forensics, Earth Group, Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA), Improvisation, Mentoring Program, Outdoor Club, Scholar Bowl, Technology Club, Theater Club, Strength and Conditioning, Newspaper Club, Student Council

Spanish Language and Culture, Biology, Calculus, Computer Science A, Statistics, US History, English Literature and Composition

Fall Year