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Named after [[Thomas Jefferson]]'s mansion estate, Monticello High School opened in 1998.  Monticello seniors participate in a special program every year called the [[Monticello High School Citizen Action Project]] designed to teach students about United States public policy. The school's mascot is the Mustang.
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Monticello High School was built for $24 million. <ref>{{cite-progress-mg|title=High school completion set for August|author=Daniel M. Nonte|pageno=B1|printdate=April 2, 1998|publishdate=April 2, 1998|accessdate=February 13, 2016}}</ref> Named after [[Thomas Jefferson]]'s mansion estate, Monticello High School opened in 1998.  Monticello seniors participate in a special program every year called the [[Monticello High School Citizen Action Project]] designed to teach students about United States public policy. The school's mascot is the Mustang.
  
 
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The current principal of Monticello High School is Dr. [[Jesse Turner]]<ref>{{cite web|title=Monticello High School announces hiring of new principal|url=http://www2.dailyprogress.com/news/2012/may/16/monticello-high-school-announces-hiring-new-princi-ar-1919433/|location=Daily Progress|publishdate=May 16, 2012|accessdate=June 4, 2012}}</ref>
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The current principal of Monticello High School is Rick Vrhovac.
  
 
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Monticello High School is an Albemarle County public high school. Monticello is part of the Southern Feeder Pattern. Monticello students attended either Burley Middle School or Walton Middle School. As of 2012 Monticello has 1,100 students enrolled.[1]

History

Monticello High School was built for $24 million. [2] Named after Thomas Jefferson's mansion estate, Monticello High School opened in 1998. Monticello seniors participate in a special program every year called the Monticello High School Citizen Action Project designed to teach students about United States public policy. The school's mascot is the Mustang.

Principals

The current principal of Monticello High School is Rick Vrhovac.

The following is a list of people who have served as principal

Term Principal
2017 - present Rick Vrhovac
2012 - 2017 Jesse J. Turner, Jr.
2009 - 2012 Catherine Worley
2003 - 2009 John W. Haun
2002 - 2003 Sherrard Howen
1998 - 2002 Irving C. Jones

Location

Monticello High School is located at 1400 Independence Road.


References

  1. Web. Monticello High School Profile, Albemarle County Public Schools, retrieved June 4, 2012.
  2. Print: High school completion set for August, Daniel M. Nonte, Daily Progress, Media General April 2, 1998, Page B1.

External Links

Main Site

References