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Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

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Dana Monogue

A note from Superintendent Dr. Dana Monogue

I am proud to wish our class of 2022 all the best in their very bright future ahead. Over the past four years, our students have been met with many hardships. This year alone, they have overcome the loss of fellow students and ever-evolving mitigation protocols and personal challenges, just to name a few. Despite this, our students have proven their incredible strength in both academics and character.

Every year I look forward to seeing off a new generation of unique students capable of great things. I am confident this class is no different.

Congratulations once again on your accomplishment. Please remember that our District is a family and you are always welcome home.

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Watch The 2022 Commencement Ceremony

Were you unable to attend graduation, or maybe want to relive that special day?

Check out the video linked here to watch the full 2022 Commencement Ceremony

Senior Snap Shots

Check out all of the smiles from our senior class on graduation day! Listed below are just a few! To view the entire portfolio, click here.

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Oh, The Places You Will Go...


Meet Elijah Vance | Middleton High School

Elijah has taken advantage of many opportunities during his high school career, including a paid internship at the Maple Bluff Fire Department through the Madison College Fire Academy program.

With the help of Career and Technical Education (CTE) Coordinator Dave Thomas, Elijah secured a two-year-long internship that provided the certifications he needed to become a firefighter, all before graduating high school! He can now immediately enter the workforce free of any student debt.

"It's really put me ahead because not a lot of people in my grade know what they are going to do with their life, but now I kind of have everything figured out," said Elijah.

He explained how he felt incredibly supported by the fire department, Madison College, and Middleton High School as they all worked to help him succeed.

"I am just very thankful because I know not every school has this kind of opportunity," said Elijah.

He plans to continue working with the Maple Bluff Fire Department as a full-time employee after graduation. He looks forward to his career as a firefighter and hopes to continue his education to become a paramedic as well. His dream career is to fight wildfires out west as part of the 'smoke jumping' team.

Senior Stats

This year marked the largest graduating class with a total of 581 students!


Of Graduates Plan To Join The Work Force, Military, Or Take A Gap Year


Of Graduates Plan To Attend Technical College


Of Graduates Plan To Attend A Four Year College