MMRHS 9/11 Flag Project

2016 Spring Musical Cast

Graduation 2017

Chorus in NYC

Trip to Ecuador

VIrtual Enterprise Class in NYC

F-Wing on Twin Day

MMRHS Band at the Statehouse

The mission of Monument Mountain Regional High School is to create opportunities that foster intellectual and personal growth and Challenge all to become courageous learners, engaged citizens, and individuals of integrity.

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William Edward Burghardt Du Bois’s 150th Birthday

The town of Great Barrington, birthplace of W.E.B. Du Bois, begins the Du Bois 150th Festival during the Martin Luther King holiday week of January 15. The celebration of the 150th anniversary of Du Bois’s birth will culminate on his birthday, February 23, at the historic Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in downtown Great Barrington with distinguished guests Dr. Reiland Rabaka, Ossie Davis, Dr. Whitney Battle-Baptiste and other celebrants. One particular note of interest is that the Great Barrington Historical Society in conjunction with the Berkshire Hills Regional School District, will display student work during the month of February at their town museum located at the Wheeler Farmstead on South Main Street. Another point of interest might be the Opening Reception, Festival Exhibit and Gallery Walk, Unveiling of Du Bois mural with Railroad Street Youth Project, Young Writers for Justice on January 18 at the Triplex Cinema. Both the mural and writings include contributions from area youth. Many wonderful events will take place between January 15 and February 23, and a full calendar of events can be found at Du Bois... read more

Scott Ainslie and Reggie Harris in Concert

Join us for an evening with Reggie Harris and Scott Ainslie who share music, history, and the realities of race in America from different perspectives, Tuesday, December, 19th @ 7:00 p.m. in the MMRHS Auditorium. Long Time Comin’ takes its name from Sam Cooke’s striking “Change Is Gonna Come” and refers to both the spirit and the content of the extraordinary dialogue that takes place between these two friends – a white bluesman and a black folksinger. Read... read more

New Date for College Planning Night

ATTENTION – THIS IS A NEW DATE FOR THIS EVENT, DIFFERENT FROM THE DATE SENT OUT IN JUNE   The Guidance Department at Monument Mountain Regional High School invites you to our College Planning Night on Tuesday, September 19th in our cafeteria. There will be two separate sessions and each will focus on a different aspect of college planning. Beginning at 6pm we will be going over how to do a college search, how to set up an interview and tour at a college, testing requirements (SAT’s, AP’s, etc.), PSAT sign-ups, how to attend a college fair, the importance of a resume and how to build one, and we will be reviewing how to use the Naviance Program. This session is designed for juniors and their families (however freshman and sophomores who want to get a head start are invited as well). Beginning at 7:30pm we will go over information regarding the application process, admissions terms, testing, transcripts, recommendations, and more. If you are a senior planning on applying to college then this is an important session for you and your parent(s)/guardian(s) to attend. Note for Seniors: The College Board has set the 2017-18 test dates with the first one being on August 26, 2017, as we indicated in our letter to you in June.  The next test date is October 7, 2017 with a sign up deadline of September 8, 2017. If this will be the first time you take an SAT then go onto www.sat.org/register to create an account and register. If you have already taken as SAT then you can register for another test through your... read more

BERKSHIRE HILLS FUND FOR EXCELLENCE

The Berkshire Hills Fund for Excellence is accepting grant applications for programs or projects that enhance and enrich the educational experience of students and teachers in the Berkshire Hills Regional School  District.  Proposals are due by October 1, 2017.  The Board of Directors will meet on October 17, 2017 to review applications and award grants for the 2017 – 2018 school year.... read more

MMRHS Valedictorian, Salutatorian – Class of 2017

  Sophia Cohen, daughter of Daniel and Stephanie Cohen of Lee has earned the distinction of Valedictorian for the Monument Mountain Regional High School Class of 2017.  Camille Beckwith, daughter of Bruce and Carey Beckwith of Great Barrington has earned the distinction of Salutatorian.  These students will receive scholastic medallions and certificates awarded by the Berkshire Hills Regional School District at the 50th Commencement exercises on Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. at Tanglewood.  They will deliver the Valedictorian and Salutatorian addresses during the ceremony. Valedictorian Sophia Cohen is a Commended Student by the National Merit Scholarship Program and a member of the MMRHS National Honor Society.   Sophia plays the French horn and the piano and has been a member of the Empire State Youth Orchestra in Albany, New York since 2012.  She has won numerous writing awards for her short stories and screenplay, including the Michelle Gillette Creative Writing Scholarship in 2017, First Prize in the Edith Wharton Writing Competition in February 2015, and four Silver Key Awards and eight Honorable Mentions in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Competition,  2013-2017.  In 2014 and 2016, Sophia won First Prize in the District VFW’s Voice of Democracy Competition.  Her “Winter Survival Guide” was published in Berkshire Magazine’s 2016 winter issue.  She was a captain of the cross-country team and a qualifier for the Western Massachusetts Cross Country Championships for the past three years. Sophia enjoys skiing, sailing, reading and spending time with her family, friends and two black Labradors. Sophia will be attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the fall to pursue a degree in Chemistry. Salutatorian... read more

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Monument Mountain Regional High School is committed to expanding access to rigorous course work including AP courses, improving student performance, and supporting student success. We’ve been recognized for our work as part of the College Board’s 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll. Monument Mountain Regional High School is one of 547 school districts to earn a spot on @CollegeBoard’s 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll.