Congratulations to our Class of 2022 Wildcats!
These students are moving on from the Monrovia Unified School District and we're excited to see everything they're going to accomplish. We are thankful to have such a support community to send off these students in the best way possible.
Way to go MHS graduating seniors!
Get to know Monrovia High School Principal Adrian Ayala! Mr. Ayala joined Monrovia from Hueneme High School in Oxnard, where he was the principal since 2017.
Mr. Ayala grew up in the San Gabriel Valley and has over 30 years of experience in education having served in a variety of leadership roles at both the site and district level. In this video we discuss his background, when he decided to go into education, his hobbies, and more!
Monrovia High School has a number of Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathways. This video is focusing on Automotive Science.
This pathway gives students access to a autobody shop at MHS. In class, they'll get hands on experience working on cars and solving issues with their classmates. This is an excellent options for students wanting to know more about cars or wanting to work on them as a career in the future.
Math and Science Academy (MASA) Mentors is a leadership program that all MASA students are welcome to join. The students plan a math or science based lesson (including teaching content and a hands - on activity), and then travel to all 5 of our local elementary schools and teach that workshop to their 4th and 5th grade students. This is a wonderful experience for both our MASA students and our elementary school students!
The MHS Math & Science Academy (MASA) is a comprehensive, four-year high school curriculum for students who are interested in pursuing the math and sciences as a career pathway.
Need MASA information? Contact Kristin Ford at [email protected] for the answers to any questions you might have.
Short Guitar Clip by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
The Spyder Lab is part of the Career Technical Pathway programs at Monrovia High School. Students are able to hone digital design skills and use machinery to bring projects to life. Although the lab has been up an running since June of 2021, there was never a grand opening due to the pandemic.
MUSD's Board of Education hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrate the state of the art facility at MHS. Students, who use the Spyder Lab, demonstrated how each piece of machinery is used to create different projects. The lab currently has multiple 3D printers, a large cutter and printer, a fusion laser, vinyl cutter and a heat press.
The MHS Roasters coffee cart is open from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at Monrovia High School. It’s run by the Workability and Transition Partnership Program.
The goal is to help students in the Special Education Program, with moderate to severe disabilities, gain necessary job experience while still in school.
(Music by Zachariah Hickman - Sweet Relief)