School and District Programs

School Programs

 

  • Advanced Placement (AP)
    • The College Board’s Advanced Placement program enables students to pursue college-level studies – with the opportunity to earn college credit, advanced placement or both – while still in high school.
  • AVID
    • AVID targets students with the desire to go to college and the willingness to work hard. These are students who are capable of completing rigorous curriculum, and may need some extra support to achieve their potential. AVID places these students on the college track, encouraging students to enroll in challenging courses. To support these courses, AVID students learn organizational and study skills, develop critical thinking, learn to ask probing questions, receive academic help from peers and college tutors, and participate in enrichment and motivational activities to make their college dreams reality.
  • CSF
    • TheCalifornia Scholarship Federation (CSF) seeks to recognize students living in the state of California who possess high standards in academics. Members of the California Scholarship Federation are eligible for a variety of tuition scholarships available at universities across the state and in select colleges nationwide. Regional subcommittees nominate several members as Life Members based upon character, leadership abilities and volunteer service.
  • English Learner Development (ELD)
    • ELD courses are those that provide instruction designed to help English Learners learn and acquire English to a level of proficiency (e.g., advanced) that maximizes their capacity to engage successfully in academic studies taught in English.
  • SEI
    • Structured English Immersion – The goal of this program is acquisition of English language skills so that the ELL student can succeed in an English-only mainstream classroom. All instruction in an immersion strategy program is in English. Teachers have specialized training in meeting the needs of ELL students, possessing either a bilingual education or ESL teaching credential and/or training, and strong receptive skills in the students’ primary language.
  • Academy of Justice (AOJ)
    • The Administration of Justice Program provides an opportunity for students to interact one on one with attorneys and other members of the criminal justice system. The students have the real advantage of learning what the criminal justice professions truly entail, so they can make informed decisions about their career goals and better prepare themselves.
  • KMMI
    • Students will gain experience in the areas of television broadcasting, news reporting, video production, computer graphic arts, and newspaper and other print publication production to high school students, as well as members of the Montgomery High community.

 

Credit Recovery Programs

 

  • Learning Centers
    • The Montgomery High Learning Center is located on our campus and provides students with an alternative way of reaching educational goals. The Learning Center offers one-on-one learning and self-paced independent learning at home.
  • Alternative Education
    • The office of Alternative Education offers various options for Independent Study and alternative programs to gain high school credits and a diploma.
  • APEX
    • APEX is a standards-based digital curriculum that provides an active learning experience to engage students in rigorous coursework for credit recovery purposes.
  • Adult School
    • Students 18 years or older enrolled in a full-time high school may enroll as a Concurrent Enrollee in selected adult school classes. Most CE’s are seniors, since they are enrolled to make up failed courses, improve A-G course grades, are behind on grade-level credits, or need an elective credit.
  • Summer School
    • Students may attend summer school to recover credit for core academic classes.

Special Academic Programs

 

  • 504 Plan
    • The 504 Plan is a plan developed to ensure that a child who has a disability identified under the law and is attending an elementary or secondary educational institution receives accommodations that will ensure their academic success and access to the learning environment.
  • IEP
    • The Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) is a plan or program developed to ensure that a child who has a disability identified under the law and is attending an elementary or secondary educational institution receives specialized instruction and related services.