Summer school will be held for students in grades 9 - 11 who have failed one or more courses with a final average of 59 or below. The course(s) will be delivered online via Pearson Connexus (computer-based teacher assisted program). Students will work at their own pace but must remain on schedule and may complete the course before the last day of the program. Students will be required to complete the entire course and pass with a minimum of 70% to receive course credit. Summer school is free for all MCPSS students.
- English 9
- English 10
- English 11
- Algebra 1
- Algebraic Connections
- Algebra 2
- World History
- US History 10
- US History 11
- Physical Science
- Earth & Space Science
- Environmental Science
- Personal & Family Finance
- Real World Parenting
- June 8, 2020 – July 9, 2020
- 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Students who failed a course with a final grade of (0 – 44) must retake the sequential (full) course.
Students who failed a course with a final grade of (45 – 59) will take the prescriptive course.
Prices are set by the Mobile County School board.
- Mobile County Residents = $175
- Out of County Residents = $300
(ex: Washington County, Baldwin County, George County Mississippi)
Checks, Cash, and Money Orders only. NO Credit Cards.
Checks made payable to MGM.
The purpose of the uniform policy is to meet the requirements set forth by the Mobile County Public School System. Uniforms are used as a tool to ensure student safety through visual identification. All students are expected to observe basic standards of cleanliness, modesty, pride, good judgement and good grooming. Clothing should fit and be worn appropriately. Students’ attire considered disruptive to the educational program and/or school environment is not permitted. Head coverings (hats, bandannas, scarves, hoods, etc.) are not allowed. Click MGM Uniform Policy 2020-2021 to view the uniform policy for next year.
In an effort to maintain the learning growth from the school year, it is encouraged that your student completes the summer enrichment packets. This allows a review of concepts from the most recently completed school year, while also preparing students for the upcoming school year.
Thank you for your support in helping our students maintain their skills and be better prepared for an exciting and rewarding school year. Click below to find the information included in the packets for each subject area.
Opportunities await every Viking. It’s time to be in the know! In order for students to have a better way of knowing what’s happening on campus and keeping up with information, Mary G. Montgomery has set up Google Classrooms for each grade level. Through these Google Classrooms, students will see streams of announcements, reminders, grade-level information, and more. Administrators and teachers want- ed a more streamlined way to reach you, our MGM Vikings. So, log in, use your code to join your grade level, and let’s get ready for a great 2020-2021 school year!
If you were a freshman for the 2019-2020 school year—CLASS OF 2023— use this code to join your Google Classroom: s4o2pht
If you were a sophomore for the 2019-2020 school year— Class of 2022—use this code to join your Google Classroom: 3ddpd7d
If you were a junior for the 2019-2020 school year— Class of 2021—use this code to join your Google Classroom: 3pldruw
Please only join YOUR grade level. If you join a grade level other than your own, you will miss the important information sent specifically for your class. This could become a problem when you miss out on important deadlines on opportunities offered only to your grade level. Double check your graduation year, grade level, and code.
There is a Google Classroom App you can download to your phone. One click of the app, and you’ll have access to MGM’s announcements and grade-level specific information you will need. You can access Google Classroom through the Internet, and/or you can download the app. Search for Google Classroom in your app store, and the icon to the right is what you should find. You must log in using your Mary G. Montgomery Mobile County Public School System email address. It will not work with your personal email address.
Co-op will be offered at MGM this fall. Co-op is work-based learning that provides students with real-life work experiences. In order to participate in this program, students need to print and complete both of the documents found below. Once the documents are complete, they must be mailed to the school address:
Attn: Ms. Brown
Mary G. Montgomery High School
P.O. Box 49
Semmes, AL 36575
If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Brown at 251-221-3161 or email her at email@example.com
The trip to Europe this summer was postponed to next summer, which means you once again have the opportunity for the trip of a lifetime. We are visiting Berlin, Prague, Munich, the Swiss Alps, and Paris over 13 days next year and it is a trip filled with history, culture, beautiful sights, and memorable experiences, including seeing the Mona Lisa at the Louver! Although this is a fun trip, it is not a vacation. The trip is arranged through a professional education travel company, EF Tours, that MGM has used on 3 prior trips. If interested, a meeting will be scheduled at the school as soon at restrictions are lifted and details will be discussed. Yes, parents/grandparents can go, as well. Contact Mr. Crabtree by email firstname.lastname@example.org and he will get back in contact with you later. Provide the student’s name, the potential travelers’ names, and phone numbers. Jump on this opportunity quick and get ready to see history with a new perspective.