Coconut Creek, Florida
Monarch offers a full range of athletic teams. Fall sports include: Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, Swimming, and Golf
For more informatin click the Athletics link to show you contact information and paperwork required for participation.
Information for students is available by clicking the Students link. All classes can find a quick link to their respective class pages.
Also listed are links to help students better navigate student life at Monarch.
What is for breakfast and lunch? Monarch cafe is helping yogosu to eat healthier. New standards for school cafeterias have driven Monarch to improve your choices and help provide a well-ballanced meal. The meals will now include whole grains, fruits and vegetables, while reducing fat, sugar, and sodium. Click the link above to see weekly menus. Note: menus are subject to change.
There are lots of the things to do to get involved or discover new interests. Go to the Clubs and Activities page to see what Monarch offers. Listen for announcements and see the scrolling announcements for more information..
Monarch has both a school newspaper, published quarterly, and TV Production. TV is responsible for keeping up with the scrolling announcements to inform you on the happenings in and around Monarch.
The media center has books for every interest and academic pursuit. Be sure to check them out before school, and find a nice place to get that last minute studying in for those tests. Ask Mrs. Smoot, the media specialist, about the Brown Book Club...
Click here for your weekly news bulletin. A quick version of upcoming events and activities for the week at Monarch High School. Be in the know for what's happening in and around school.
Click here for more information about registration, schedules, BRACE, and other guidance related services.
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