Momence High School
Momence High School
Momence High School Graduation will be held in the Momence Junior High Gymnasium on Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 2:00 PM.
Graduates please arrive at the MJHS cafeteria no later than 1:30 PM.
Today, please arrive at MJHS cafeteria for practice by 12:45 PM.
Get your sports physical done on at OAK Ortho,
400 S. Kennedy Drive, Suite 100.
OAK will donate the $20 back to the HS,
and the school will then refund at the start of the school year.
Pick up the form in the HS office,
and dress in tank top and shorts.
Congratulations to MHS student Megan Lanie as she signs
to continue her career at Benedictine University!
2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR
Prairie 8 District Student Council Spring Conference
On Wednesday, March 8th, Momence High School hosted the Prairie 8 District Student Council Spring Conference.
This conference brings together member schools of District 8 for a conference centered on relevant Student Council themes.
Attending this year were Student Council members from Clifton Central, Wilmington, Herscher, Kankakee, Pontiac and Momence.
The theme of this year’s conference was “Becoming a Leader.” This year’s keynote speaker was Momence’s own Ted Petersen,
graduate of Momence High School and former NFL Player for the Pittsburgh Steelers. At the spring meeting, the Executive Council
for the following school year is also chosen. Momence students Trenten Wills (Treasurer) and Micah Garza Calderon (Convention Secretary)
were elected to Executive Council Positions for the 2017-2018 School Year.
More Momence students score higher
on Advanced Placement tests
One of MHS' very own Seniors, Anders Lindgren, is a Blackhawk Alumni Association CBAA Scholarship Winner,
click the link below to view
MOMENCE HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES ILLINOIS STATE SCHOLARS
Illinois Student Assistance Commission congratulates 3 Momence High School students on their academic achievement
Principal, Mr. Shannon Anderson is pleased to announce that 3 Momence High School students from the graduating class of 2017 have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars.
The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC), the state agency committed to helping make college accessible and affordable for Illinois families, confers this prestigious recognition annually to top Illinois high school students. This year, approximately 19,300 exceptional honorees join the other top state students honored for their academic achievements since the designation was first introduced in 1958.
Illinois State Scholars represent approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors from 765 high schools across the state. Illinois State Scholars possess strong academic potential and are chosen based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT test scores and sixth semester class rank.
The following Momence High School students were named 2017-18 Illinois State Scholars:
“I applaud all of the 2017-18 state scholars for their hard work and outstanding academic performance,” said Eric Zarnikow, ISAC executive director. “Students have a lot to contend with as they move through high school—from increased testing to extracurricular activities to highly competitive college admissions. Kudos to these students and also to the teachers, parents, coaches and other mentors who contributed to their success and helped them navigate a path towards college and career success.”
While State Scholar recognition does not include a monetary prize, students receive congratulatory letters from ISAC as well as personalized Certificates of Achievement sent to each high school for distribution. A list of current Illinois State Scholars can also be found on ISAC’s website.
Students are urged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible, if they haven’t already. The 2017-18 FAFSA, which became available on October 1, 2016, determines eligibility for federal and state aid. ISAC offers free financial aid and college access events to assist students and families with the college-going process. Students can also visit the ISAC Student Portal for college planning, financial aid and financial literacy information and free tools, as well as information on how to contact the ISACorps, a group of recent college graduates who act as near-peer mentors, for one-on-one assistance and mentoring. Students can also get answers to their college-going and financial aid questions sent directly to their phones by signing up for ISAC College Q&A, ISAC’s free text messaging service. Visit the ISAC Student Portal for more information at www.isac.org/studentportal.
Momence High School First Semester Honor Roll
Please be sure to check out the scholarships that are available through our Guidance Department. Click on the Guidance tab of our website.
Frequently Asked Questions
SAT exam replaces PARCC assessment for high school students in 2016-2017
Is your student attending the Kankakee Area Career Center? Click the link to view the KACC calendar.
MHS Athletes of the Month
Jason Bargy was the most consistent performer and top point scorer for the track team this year.
He was the lead runner in both the 4x100 and 4x200 relays and his performances were
the key factor in both teams qualifying for the state track meet. Jason also also qualified in the 200 meter dash.
He was the conference champion in the 200 meter dash and led the 4x200 to a conference championship.
Jason is an excellent leader and great student who has excelled in the classroom as well
as on the track and his a great example of what it means to be a student athlete.
Hannah Marrs is the May Female Student Athlete of the Month. As the most consistent performer for the Girls Track Team,
Hannah is the athlete who came closest to qualifying for state by finishing 7th in the 300 meter hurldles.
Her willingness to also run the 110 meter dash always earned the team significant points in any meet.
Her positive example and strong work ethic not only contributed to Hannah’s success in track, but it also
served as a strong example for the rest of the girls on the team to emulate. Hannah was consistently an
honor role student at Momence High School, and will continue her educational career at the SOMA Institute.