Semester 1 Starts:
Monday, June 14, 2021 - Tuesday, June 29, 2021
Semester 2 Starts:
Wednesday, June 30, 2021 - Friday, July 16, 2021
Daily sessions are 8 am- 10 am and 10:30 am - 12:30 pm.
The summer hybrid model will alternate days/weeks that students will learn in-person and online.
If you are interested in an independent study hybrid model of classes this summer, please fill out the following form at your earliest convenience:
Our AMAZING teachers spent Teacher Appreciation Week dropping off yard signs to potential graduates last Wednesday during SEL time. If you did not receive one or live outside of Monrovia, please schedule a time to pick one up with the front office!
Please see the following instructions on how to submit a health screening before coming on to campus each day. Thank you for keeping yourself and others safe and healthy!
Remote learning is nothing new for us. Our flexible approach allows for a tailor-made schedule full of opportunities for your student to flourish through, a robust offering of UC/CSU/NCAA/WASC-approved courses that allow your child to continue to excel in extra-curricular activities, start college early (tuition free) and/or prepare for college and a career. Please call Mr. Calvin McKendrick for more information at (626) 471-3002 or click here for more information.
In case you missed our meeting on 1/6/2021, please watch the three video links and submit a completed, new master agreement for the 2020-21 Spring term or contact Mrs. Grimmer as soon as possible at (626) 471-3028
Read Across Monrovia Virtual Storytelling
Improving literacy in our community.
Special thanks to:
COMMUNITY MEDIA OF THE FOOTHILL
Home of Monrovia’s KGEM-TV
2020 has been a year like no other, and quite frankly, we hope we don't have to endure another year like it. See this uplifting article circulating for the November 2020 MUSD Newsletter!
Our new student board representative, Elle Hendry, had her debut on Wednesday, October 14, 2020! She wonderfully read a brief report about our school to the Monrovia Unified School District Board of Education and the Monrovia community. Check it out in the first 12 minutes of the link below!
It is my pleasure to introduce our 2020-2021 school year student school board representative.
Elle Hendry Is a junior at Mountain Park School. She likes to surf, swim, read, travel, water ski, do Jujitsu, bake, and wakeboard. She has spent her free time over the past few months taking drives with friends to the beach and other fun places. She has also spent time watching movies with her family including some of her parents’ favorites. She works as an assistant in her dad’s dental office preparing for surgeries by setting up and cleaning up. She plans to get into a good four-year college looks to find a career in the field of science, engineering or architecture. She is leaning more towards a job that has to do with science because it has always been fun and made sense. Before transferring to Mountain Park, Elle was ranked 2nd in the class of 2022 at Monrovia High School. As a first-year student at Mountain Park School, she loves the flexibility of working on her own time and at her own pace, while acquiring meaningful knowledge in all subject areas.
Elle hopes to continue to prepare for college through the rigorous coursework provided through independent study.
As a result of the Bobcat Fire, we have needed to postpone the event. The new date of our second annual State of the Schools Address is Oct. 21, 2020.
We look forward to sharing our 2020-21 journey with you at 6:30 p.m., Oct. 21 via Facebook and YouTube!