Monticello schools offer an Alumni Directory that allows users to share information, a photo and links to their social networking sites. In addition, the directory allows you to update your own profile as necessary. Since this is an opt-in service, individuals must input their own information. Click here to register for the Alumni Directory.
The Monticello Central School District Hall of Distinction honors highly successful graduates, former students and former employees who have achieved distinction, outstanding accomplishments or made significant contributions within their school, family, career, community and/or personal lives. Click here to find out how to nominate someone for the Hall of Distinction or to learn more.
The inaugural group of recipients were honored in the fall of 2013 at a reception at Monticello High School. The hall is located in the lobby outside the Arnold Packer Hughes Auditorium in the high school.
The senior gallery project is designed to create a greater connection between students and alumni. It provides a composite of all of the senior pictures from each school year. The composites are hung in the high school cafeteria for all to see. Learn more
Alumni interested in either helping support a project for their graduating class or working with current students on such a project should contact Ms. Biro at 794-0128, ext. 78929, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call her to see if your class year was completed!
Monticello High School graduate Ashley Bloom was recently featured in the Brooklyn Academy of Music production of BASETRACK Live, an inspirational, multimedia work of contemporary theatre based on the life of a Marine in Afghanistan, his wife’s experiences at home, and his challenges with returning from war. Through the performance and additional outreach programs, Ashley has sought to raise awareness, promote communication, and focus national attention on the issues facing returning veterans. Upon graduating from Monticello High School, Ashley attended the University of Richmond, where she received a dual B.A in Theater and Rhetoric & Communications. FULL STORY
Story and photo courtesy the Times Herald-Record 01/09/13 - WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Monticello High School graduate Travis Brust, currently executive chef of the Williamsburg Inn in Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia, recently took first place in the Chef Challenge category at the inaugural World Food Championships in Las Vegas.
Brust grew up in White Lake, where his mother, Tara Brust, still resides. His winning dish was an ode to the Chesapeake region: fennel dusted rockfish with sauteed bitter greens, oyster mushroom and fresh oyster ragout, roasted pearl potatoes, orange-scented beurre blanc and fresh carrot-cardamom gel. FULL STORY
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