News and Announcements

AP Exams Registration

 Please use the website below to register for AP exams.  The registration deadline for AP exams is Friday, February 23rd.  If you have any questions regarding AP registration, please contact Kelly Singleton in the Counseling Office at 301-924-3210.   Our Total Registration website is

Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year

The links below provide information regarding registering for classes for the 2018-2019 school year.   Registration SY18-19   MyMCPS Online Course Request Portal

Information from the Course Fair Held on January 11, 2018

The link below is the welcome message from Mr. Gregory from the Course Fair which was held on January 11, 2018.   Welcome Class of 2022

College and Career Readiness Night to be Held January 17

Students in Grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to attend College and Career Readiness Night--Starting Early to Plan for Success.  The event, held by MCPS in collaboration with the Montgomery County Council of Parent Teacher Associations, Inc. (MCCPTA), is an opportunity for parents/guardians and students to lea

SMOB Candidate Filing Period Opens

The 2018-2019 MCPS Student Member of the Board candidate filing period runs through 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 25, 2018.  Any MCPS student enrolled in middle school through Grade 12 may nominate a candidate; the student being nominated must be a current sophomore or junior.

Equity in Education Forum Set for January 27

A conversation about education in Montgomery County will be held on Saturday, January 27, 2018, at The Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville.  The Equity in Education Forum is being presented by The George B. Thomas, Sr. Learning Academy, Inc., and will bring together a cross-action of educators, government officia

Gaithersburg Book Festival and Junior Achievement Essay Contests Open to High School Students

MCPS students have an opportunity to participate in two literary contests:   Gaithersburg Book Festival   The Gaithersburg Book Festival is giving high school students the freedom to explore their writing creativity and enter its short story contest.  There are cash prizes available for first, second, an

Superintendent Recommends $2.59 Billion Operating Budget

Superintendent Jack R. Smith is recommending a $2.59 billion Fiscal Year 2019 Operating Budget that will allow the district to manage continued significant enrollment growth and build the foundation and structure needed to ensure that all students meet their potential and achieve the highest levels.  The recommended b

Historically Black Colleges and Universities College Fair February 9, 2018

The Historically Black College and Universities (HBCU) College Fair, sponsored by the Washington Inter-Alumni Council in conjunction with the United Negro College Fund and co-sponsored by Montgomery County Public Schools and the Montgomery County Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peopl

Choose Respect Video PSA Contest Accepting Entries

Students are encouraged to participate in the 9th Annual Choose Respect Montgomery video PSA contest, which challenges teens to create an original public service announcement video to promote awareness of dating abuse and domestic violence among teens.  The contest is open to students in Grades 6-12.  Students may ente

Public Comment Sought on Early Childhood and Elementary Education Policy

On December 5, 2017, the Montgomery County Board of Education tentatively approved amendments to Board Policy IFA, Framework and Structure of Early Childhood and Elementary Education .  The amended policy includes concepts and language that reflects the current priorities of Board Policy IEF, Early Childhood Educatio

Information Regarding Suicide Prevention

Attached please find a letter from Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) regarding addressing health-related concerns and needs, including mental health and wellness, suicide awareness, substance use, and bullying preventions.   MCPS Parent Letter 12-7-17