Montoursville Area High School

700 Mulberry Street
Montoursville, PA 17754
Phone: (570) 368-2611
Fax: (570) 368-2768

IMPORTANT CLOSURE INFORMATION UPDATED 4/1/2020 – 3:24 pm

ACADEMIC NOTICEThanks to everyone who completed the form.  If you did not, it has been reopened and you will receive a call to complete it.

ENRICHMENT AND REVIEW SURVEY Reopened – Must use your @masd.us account.

If you DO NOT have an email from one of your teachers, locate your high school teacher using the directory link below to view the online enrichment they have provided:

High School Staff Directory

If your teacher is using Google Classroom to post their enrichment materials, you may click here to go there now. Simply sign in with your district gmail account to get started. Teachers and counselors will be available Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.  You can reach them by email or you can attempt to call them at their school numbers.  Most have forwarded to a private number.

SCHOOLS CLOSED INDEFINITELYPennsylvania schools will remain closed until further notice, Gov. Tom. Wolf announced Monday.  Additional guidance and resources regarding schools’ continuity of education plans will be released in the coming days by the state Department of Education, Governor Wolf said.

ADVANCED PLACEMENTPlease click the following link for the latest from the CollegeBoard on AP Updates for Schools Impacted by Coronavirus.

BYE BYE BIRDIE – The spring musical has been postponed.  If you purchased tickets online, you will receive an email from Book Tix with refund instructions.  The musical will be rescheduled for mid to late summer if possible.

2020 KEYSTONE EXAMSThe Keystone Exams in Biology, Algebra, and English Literature have been cancelled by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for the 2019-20 school year.  Further direction and guidance will be needed from the Department of Education.

2020 GRADUATION No decision has been made to postpone or cancel the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020.  The ceremony has NOT been canceled or postponed to date.  Watch this site for updates.  Seniors may want to watch my message found below on this page.

2020 PROM –  No decision has been made to postpone or cancel the 2020 Prom.  It has NOT been cancelled or postponed at this time.  Continue to watch this site for updates.

ATHLETIC NOTICE from PIAA As of Monday, March 30, the PIAA Board of Directors met and continues to only postpone spring sports.  That is good news.  There is still hope.  Any informal practices or “captain’s” practices are against the rules at this point.  Please pay attention to the Governor’s warnings.  The best thing you can do now is stay home.  Continued gathering will only prolong this through community spread.  The sooner this slows down, the sooner we get our student-athletes back to competition.  Don’t force the PIAA to cancel the season by not complying.  Also, do not hop the fence of the stadium or use any district athletic facilities.  All district property is closed.  Failure to comply could result in having to self-report informal practices.

DISTRICT-WIDE ART CELEBRATION CANCELEDThis event will not be rescheduled for the 2019-20 school year.

MAY SAT CANCELEDThe May SAT has been canceled.  The June testing is still scheduled.  Check collegeboard.org for more details.

“Some days, doing ‘the best we can’ may still fall short of what we would like to be able to do, but life isn’t perfect on any front-and doing what we can with what we have is the most we should expect of ourselves or anyone else.” 
― Mr. Fred Rogers

High School Announcements

Stay Home Spirit Weeks

2 WEEKS WORTH OF ACTIVITIES TO ENJOY AT HOME. Poster and text below.  Post your spirit on our Facebook pages: Montoursville Area High School, C.E. McCall Middle School, Loyalsock Valley PTO, and Lyter PTO. Manic Monday Pajama Day (3/30) Wear Read More …

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Message from Mr. T

Just missing all the WARRIORS!!!  CLICK HERE for the message.

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Transportation to McCall After School

Athletes riding to McCall Middle School for activities after school should ride BUS #13 from the high school.

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2020-21 MAHS Course Catalog

The 2020-21 MAHS Course Catalog Click here to download.  

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Traffic Patterns at MAHS – NO STOPPING ON MULBERRY

YOUR HELP IS NEEDED WITH TRAFFIC PATTERNS AT MAHS With the bus loop, parking lots, and sidewalks complete around the new MAHS, we would ask that you observe a few restrictions in the morning and afternoon. THE INNER BUS LOOP Read More …

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Montoursville High School News

AP Scholar Awards Announced for 2019

Thirty-one students, down from 36 from the 2018-19 school year, at Montoursville Area High School have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams for the 2018-19 school year. The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® Read More …

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Montoursville Named Best Community for Music Education

Montoursville Area School District’s Music Education Program Receives National Recognition 3rd Consecutive Year Montoursville Area School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Now Read More …

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Montoursville wants more than a district title

Montoursville spent most of 2019 lurking among the shadows. The Warriors kept winning baseball games, but expectations were not sky-high for a young team that lost several good players from the previous season.

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Homecoming 2018

Montoursville Area High School celebrates Homecoming 2018 Friday, September 28th.  The festivities started last week with this year’s court holding their dress-up days and concludes this Friday with a parade, a football game against the Milton Black Panthers,  the Warrior Read More …

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FBLA Advances 15 to States

The FBLA Regional Conference was held at Penn College on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 and our students at MAHS did an excellent job representing us.  We have 15 members advancing to the state level of competition in Hershey, PA. Wyatt Read More …

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Entrepreneurship Plan Takes First

We are pleased to announce that Montoursville Area High School’s entrepreneurship plan, “JD Technology Repair” written by Josh Burger(’21) and Dylan Bennett(’21) won the Lock Haven University Student Entrepreneurship Competition from the Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy. Honorable mention went Read More …

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Letters of Intent Signed

Two letters of intent were signed on Friday, November 15th. Gavin Hoffman(’18), son of James and Marissa Hoffman, signed his letter of intent for The Ohio State University for wrestling.  You can see Gavin on the mat this winter in Read More …

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MAHS @ Band Jam

BAND JAM 2017 The Montoursville Area High School Marching Warrior Band appeared at the Blue Band Jam on September 16, 2017.  Montoursville Area High School performed in the Bryce Jorden Center prior to kickoff of the Penn State-Georgia State game.  Read More …

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Northcentral PA’s Most Challenging High School

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Warrior Pal Program Kicks-Off

WARRIOR PAL PROGRAM The Key Club started off the 2017-2018 school year with a bang!  In September, members rolled out the Warrior Pal Program, a mentoring program which includes ALL fourth graders at Lyter and Loyalsock Valley Elementary Schools and Read More …

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