Monticello Middle School has been serving the citizens of Cleveland Heights and
University Heights since 1926. The school is located on Monticello Boulevard in the city of Cleveland Heights and educates students in
grade 6-8. We are currently pursuing authorization as an International
Baccalaureate World School - a process we hope to complete by the Spring
Monticello Middle School's academic program has
continued to improve over the past several years as the school received straight A's from the
state for the value-added component of the state report card and was named a Momentum School last year for this accomplishment. We
provide students with a broad liberal arts style program of study so
students can develop interests in a range of academic fields. We have
award winning vocal and instrumental programs as well as an extensive
visual arts program. Students study Spanish, Mandarin or American Sign
Language so they can develop the skills they will need to communicate to
a broader world audience. Every student has the ability to use a
District owned iPad for their academic studies during the school
day as well as to integrate multi-media production into their studies.
middle school serves a range of students with special needs. We have a
well-developed gifted program, called the Middle School Scholars
Program, that serves students in the 6th and 7th grade. Our special
needs program also serves students on IEPs and 504 plans as we currently
support students that have been identified as SLD, CD, or ED. Our
school's goal is to create an inclusive academic program where students
receive classroom supports with their general education peers.
Monticello Middle School Staff members realize that some of the best opportunities
to learn happen outside of the classroom. Besides grade level field
trips to local learning institutions, we also offer a number of club and
sport programs. Students in the 7th and 8th grade can participate on
our athletic program that competes in 15 sports. We also offer a number
of academic clubs such as MSAN, National Junior Honor Society, robotics,
art club and many more.
If you would like to find out more about our school program you can contact Mr. McNichols at (216) 371-6520 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like a tour of the building you can contact the guidance office to schedule a time to visit.