Clubs & Organizations
Monarch offers many opportunities for students to participate in extra curricular activities.
There a variety of clubs and organizations for students to get involved in after school. Honor societies for various subject areas, clubs and other groups that are fun and rewarding. These activities also look good on your college application.
Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment courses available for challenging academics.
AP Courses include: Biology, Chemistry, Calculus AB & BC, US History, World History, American Goverment, Economics, European History, Environmental Science, Human Geography, Computer Science, English Language, English Literature, and Spanish.
The Knights student athletes have many ways to show their excellence outside the classrooms.
Fall sports: Cross Country, Golf, Football, Swimming, and Girls Volleyball
Winter sports: Basketball, Soccer, and Wrestling
Spring sports: Baseball, Flag Football, Softball, Tennis, Track, and Boys Volleyball.
Monarch High school
Monarch High School offers a full range of academic, elective, athletic, and extra-curricular programs. The school is proud to be fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and approved by the Florida Department of Education.
The standard in Monarch High School’s classrooms is excellence, and no less is acceptable. Monarch High School teachers deliver a rigorous curriculum and expect all students to achieve. There is an enthusiasm about the subject matter in every classroom. Teachers are actively engaged in teaching, and students are actively engaged in learning everyday at Monarch High School.
Monarch High School’s curriculum includes courses designed to meet the needs of all students. Advanced placement courses are offered in Computer Science, English, mathematics, science, social studies, Spanish, Music classes and art. Honors courses are offered in all curriculum areas, academics and electives. Gifted and courses are offered for qualified students.
Monarch High School is equipped with the latest technology -- networking, desktop and laptop computers, projection devices, smart boards, telecommunications, servers, and digital cameras. Technology is a tool for communication and increasing student achievement at Monarch High School.
Partnerships with local businesses, colleges, and universities support the school by developing links between school and career. Students learn the skills and competencies needed to succeed after high school.
Monarch students are provided leadership opportunities through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. Student government, clubs, chorus, band, sports teams, debate, academic games, and other activities allow students to develop connections to the school and the community. School activities develop character, critical thinking, and sociability, characteristics leading to lifelong success.
Community support is critical to the success of Monarch High School. Parents and community members are encouraged to participate in school activities -- School Advisory Forum and Council, mentoring and tutoring, Innovation Zone, and attendance at school events. Students, parents, teachers, and staff are actively involved in the educational process at Monarch High School. Monarch spirit is spreading throughout the city of Coconut Creek.
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