College Admission Reps Visiting MHS
Attention Juniors & Seniors...Interested in visiting with a College Admission Rep at MHS?
It is time to start thinking about your college choice!
Throughout the year, we have several University Representatives visit our campus and meet with students interested in learning more about their university.
Sign ups are available on google, or in the Lead Counselor's Office.
Monterey High School
3211 47th St.
Lubbock, TX 79413
CEEB School Code: 444-350
MHS School Profile: MHS School Profile
Helpful Information at your Fingertips!
Stay Connected-Forms of Communication from the Counselors: There are many ways we communicate to parents & students. Stay connected to Counselor Information.
2019-20 Alpha House Names & Numbers: This is a handy office phone number listing for your convenience.
Other News & Important Announcements
TTU First Engeration Transition & Mentoring Program
FGTMP supports undergraduate students that identify as first-generation college students. Spend a day at TTU gaining knowledge about the college world.
Friday, April 24, 2020
McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center-TTU
TTU Whitacre College of Engineering Open House & Watch Party
Date Change: April 19th
Join TTU College of Engineering for an opportunity to explore the college AND watch Tech play Oklahoma State on the big screen. Complimentray Refreshments!
Sunday, April 19th
11am - 3pm
Livermore Engineering Center, Room 101
Click Here for details.
Explore-Engage-Imagine Healthcare Profession Seminar
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center hosts a pre-health conference for high school students interested in health sciences related careers.
Date: March 7, 2020
If interested, see the flyer for more information.
Attention Freshman Parents!
Missed the Freshman 4-Year Plan Parent Meeting?
If you missed the Freshman 4-Year planning meeting, then please take a few minutes to review the power point regarding your child's personal graduation 4-year plan and other high school requirement information.
Required Notification for Algebra II
A student is not required by state law to successfully complete Algebra II as a requirement for high school graduation. However, there are potential consequences to a student who does not complete Algebra II.
Please read the notification information regarding Algebra II and consequences for not completing the course.