Montrose High School

Work-based Learning



Homework Help

If you would like some extra help with your homework, in addition to seeing your regular teacher, you can also go to the homework help rooms for free. See the PoWeR Center if you have any questions. Drop in to get help with your homework, have someone help edit your essays, or just work on missing assignments. Everyone is welcome!

7:30-8:15 Before School Rm 114 After School Rm 203, 206, 207, 208 Wed. 2:45 After School in the Library

Join Youth Catalyst Team

Leadership Opportunity: If you are interested in helping design new learning opportunities for a high school pathway at the Outer Range outdoor education, stop by the PoWeR Center for more details or contact Kiersten Brown. 970-249-7726 Ext. 5012,

Before/After School Classes and Opportunities

Attention all High School students (including incoming freshmen for next year)- our museum is accepting applications for our Teen Museum Corps volunteer program!

Teens have the opportunity to earn up to 50 hours of community service, gain real-world experience, form amazing friendships, mentor youth from our community, establish professional references, and earn a $200 educational grant at the end of summer-- all while only working an average of 6 hours a week during our fun-filled Hands-On History Summer Camp!

Applications will be accepted through May 25th, and interviews will be scheduled the following week. Feel free to reach out to the museum with any questions!

Apply now:


Youth Exchange

Informational Sessions for anyone who would like to know more about our District 5470 High School Study Abroad program through Rotary Youth Exchange. are at 7pm on the following dates: Wednesday, October 27 and Monday, November 1Here is the link to register: more: http://www.mountainandplainsrye.comFacebook:

Applications are due November 27th, 2021 for the 22-23 school year exchange. Stop by the PoWeR Center or Email Pete Peterson for more information. <>

Other Exchange opportunities

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Student Ambassador

Safe2Tell, is excited to announce the new student ambassador program! They are looking for 10-12 high school students from across the state, with diverse backgrounds, that have a passion and want to be more involved with making our schools and communities safer. The focus this year is to break the code of silence, and with the help of these student ambassador's, we want to encourage more students to reach out with concerns, whether that’s to a trusted adult in their life or through Safe2Tell. This student-led group, with guidance from Safe2Tell staff, will meet about every 6 weeks as a large group, and one hour in smaller groups every other week, throughout the school year to complete two big projects:1) A project that the Safe2Tell office has tasked them with2) A project that they come up with to support student safety in their school or across Colorado Below is a direct link to the Ambassador application. Please contact or call 720-508-6800 with any questions, or if you need the application in Spanish.