Montwood High School

Leading • Inspiring • Innovating

About Us

  • Aug. 1990 - Montwood High School begins under the leadership of Art Shaw. The administration and teachers began serving the educational needs of the Montwood community in 1990. The school opened with grades 7, 8, 9, and 10. Montwood's first seniors graduated in 1993. Montwood is unique in the fact that it is one of the few schools in Texas that features many creative programs and innovative teaching practices have made Montwood a model for other schools throughout Texas and the nation. The academic strength of the services the Montwood administrators, faculty, and staff provide to students has been recognized through accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The school was built to accommodate 2200 students.
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  • SYNERGI4 Academy magnet program is now taking applications! For more information about the SYNERGI4 Academy please click here.  

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  • Rams Required to Wear IDs
    In efforts to keep all our students safe, it is now a requirement for each student to wear their ID at all times. This helps us identify all our students and be vigilant of those not on campus. Our teachers are helping us enforce our new rule by not allowing students out of class unless they are wearing their ID. Help us keep your Ram safe and make sure they come to school wearing their ID!
    Mathletes Wear their ID's!

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  • Cheerleaders Perform Community Service Project
    Just before Christmas every year, the cheerleaders are involved with a very special community service project--a shoebox project--in conjunction with efforts from CrossPoint Church across from MHS.  
    The boxes are filled with gifts for children from newborn up. Trailers are filled with precious cargo of shoes and are taken to the Processing Center in Denver; from there, the shoe boxes are sent to children in Africa, Mexico, and South America.  According to cheerleader sponsor Bea Enriquez, "It is truly amazing what our students and our community do to help out people and organizations in need."
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