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Interested in MHS Yearbook Club? Click here for more information!

In what is sure to be a unique school year, Monticello High School is looking for students in grades 9-12 who are interested in being part of MHS Yearbook Club. The club will meet after school and will be part of the design, photography, and overall presentation of the 2021 yearbook. Those who are interested

Interested in Tennis this summer? Monticello has K-12 options available for you!

Starting in July, Monticello Community Education will have Tennis camps for all ages! Run by Casie Monson, Mo Lanners, Nick Roden, and Zack Revenig, the camps are available for players who are just beginning to those who have played in the past and everywhere in between! To register, click this link!  Questions about the camp can

11th Annual Monticello High School Golf Scramble is August 10th, 2020!

It’s back! The 11th Annual MHS Golf Scramble is on for this summer! Played at the Monticello Country Club, the proceeds from the golf scramble will take place on August 10th and will benefit Monticello Athletics and Senior Scholarships. For more information, please click here for the flyer. If you would like to sponsor a

Summer Strength and Conditioning program begins June 8th!

Hello Magic families! If you have a student going into 7th-12th grade that wants summer strength and conditioning training, we have an opportunity for you! Beginning June 8th, there are sessions three times a week for four weeks with Ricky Kothenbeutel, a 2014 Monticello graduate! Click the link below for a lot more information including

Elise Yeager commits to run cross-country and track at CSB!

After much consideration, Elise Yeager has decided to be a Bennie! Elise will run cross-country and track next fall for the College of St. Benedict while also pursuing a major in mathematics! Congrats Elise! Q: You decided on CSBSJU. Why did you decide CSBSJU was best for you and what other schools were you considering?  A: 

Nick McNaughton commits to play basketball at U of M-Morris!

By: Jared Hines A couple of weeks ago, Monticello senior Nick McNaughton decided to continue playing basketball and pursue academics at the University of Minnesota-Morris. Below, read a Q&A with Nick about his decision and what he will miss most about Monticello High School when he leaves in the fall. Q: You decided on the

Updated MSHSL Guidelines for Spring Sports!

PDF’s can be found by clicking the links below. Screenshots also provided below as well. MSHSL_19_08-ED_20-4.23 v2 MSHSL Spring Coaching Contact 4.28.20 (1)  

Six Magic student-athletes celebrate National Signing Day!

While 2020 has proven to be anything but normal, Monticello High School has looked for ways to normalize as much of the high school experience as possible.  One of the ways we can do that is by celebrating our student-athletes who have decided to pursue academics and athletics at the next level. This spring, we