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MHS LEADs academic excellence to prepare students for post secondary opportunities without remediation.

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Graduation Requirement - 15 hours of community service should be completed and the Community Service Form filled out and turned in by Friday, December 16th.  Forms available in the Counseling Center and Power Center.  See Mrs. Shide in the Power Center for community service opportunities



Students NEW to MHS, please visit the Counseling Center Page for instructions



All kids should feel safe here at MHS and in our community. If your child is involved in or witnesses any type of behavior that is hurtful or unsafe, we would like to know about it. Please report it to our office in person or give us a call at 249-6636. If you or your child do not feel comfortable reporting an incident in person, we offer an alternative option online through Sprigeo. Sprigeo gives our students, parents and school, another avenue for reporting behaviors that are hurtful and unsafe.

Click on the link below to use Sprigeo.

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Request a Transcript - Graduated Students (Alumni)
TRANSCRIPT REQUEST - Graduated Students If you are a MHS Graduate and would like to request a transcript, please fill out and sign the Transcript Request Form and return to Montrose High School, PO Box 10,500 Montrose CO 81402 Or you may scan and email to or fax to 970-240-6433.  Please send or bring $3.00 cash, check or money order to:

Montrose High School
P. O. Box 10,500
600 So. Selig
Montrose, CO 81402
or contact us at 970-249-6636

*Transcripts will be sent as soon as request and $3.00 is received.


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Parents of Seniors:

We would like to invite parents of MHS seniors to join all forms of communication and social media to stay informed of opportunities and important senior information.  Please sign up for the daily announcements and Remind 101, then follow us on Facebook and Twitter.  Please also refer to our webpage under Counseling Center to find scholarship info., college visits and much more.  Call us at 249-2429 and we will be happy to assist in connecting you with these helpful resources.

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Be sure and visit the Counseling Center page for information on college visits, scholarships, transcript requests and much more.  Click on Counseling Center at the top right-side of this page

Stay connected to all MHS events and happenings! Follow us on the following social media outlets:


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Remind: for text messages – Text - @e6845 to 81010; for emails – email and leave the subject line blank


SECOND SEMESTER SCHEDULE CHANGES deadline - Friday, December 9th. Schedule changes for 2nd semester must be made by filling out our online request form.  Please click HERE for the form. Schedule changes will NOT be made after the start of 2nd semester.



Seniors – The Elks Most Valuable Student Scholarship is open! Over 500, four-year scholarships are awarded to students who are citizens, show financial need, and demonstrate leadership. Students do NOT need to be related to a member of the Elks. Apply now at

The Daniels Fund Scholarship is now open. Students are chosen based on strength of character, leadership potential, willingness to give back to the community, academic performance or promise, well-rounded personality, as well as demonstrated financial need.

Visit for more info.

Burger King Foundation Scholarship – due Dec 15

Graduating seniors who work for Burger King or are dependent children of Burger King employeers are eligible. Seniors must have GPA of 2.5 or higher. Go to scholarship website and set up account to begin.

Due Dec. 14 - Secret Mean Stinks Scholarship - Check website for availability; Applicants share how they will bring an end to bullying and make a positive impact on those around them -

Green Home Improvement Scholarship – due Dec 15

High School seniors accepted to a colege or trade school or any student currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at any accredited college, university or trade school in the US. Apply by submitting a 1000-2000 word essay "Why is green home improvement important in the world today?


NFIB Young Entrepeneur Awards – due Dec 18

High School senior attending an accredited two or four year university, college, or vocational/technical institute; Applicants must be running their own small business in order to be considered for this award.


Drive Smart Teen Digital Short Contest – due Dec 19

Students ages 13-18 submist an original digital short that educates peers about the dangers of driving distracted.

Submit video at


Out-Of-The_Box Thinking Scholarship – due Dec 20

Current high school student, accredited university, graduate school or equivalent within the US; Essay 350+ words (500 recommended); The purpose of the scholarship is to get the younger demographic thinking differently about innovation, marketing and retail, specifically with regard to pet products.


Rubincam Youth Award – due Dec 31

Students in grades 10-12; applicants must submit a single line genealogy in biographical format; see website for more details.


Navy ROTC Scholarship – due Dec 31

Scholarships with January deadlines


Due Jan 10 - Army ROTC Scholarship - U.S. citizen between the ages of 17 and 26, have a high school GPA of at least 2.50, agree to accept a commission and serve in the Army on Active Duty or in a Reserve Component (Army Reserve or Army National Guard).


Due Jan 15 - Prompt Essay -

Due Jan 17 - White Rose Scholarship - US Citizen or permanent resident, demonstrate financial need, be involved in community service, and have a GPA of 3.0 or higher -

Due Jan 18 - RMHC (McDonald's/Ronald McDonald House Charities) - Students must be graduating seniors, have a 2.7 or higher GPA, demonstrate financial need, and have been involved in community service -


Due Jan 27 - DMEA Scholarships - 15 scholarships each up to $2000. Applicants must be planning to enroll or be enrolled full time in a accredited college, university, or vocational school. Academic performance, extra-curricular and community activities, future goals, and an assigned essay. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. See more details and apply online.

Due Jan 31 - Colorado Energy Scholar Award - Students must demonstrate through essay, extracurricular activities, and academic performance the skills to become a future energy professional. Scholarship must be used at CMU or WCCC in pursuit of energy field: Landman/energy management, mechanical engineering, environmental science, geology, machining, welding, or process systems technology.

For up to date scholarship information, see our Counseling Center page under Scholarships and Financial Aid.