Of the 33 MAOS graduates in the Class of 1999, 10 (31%) have chosen to attend a U.C. school (4 will be attending U.C. Berkeley).
College Admissions of the Graduating Class
All MAOS graduates, since the first graduating class of 1997, have been admitted to college. Over 76% of all MAOS graduates have been or will be attending four-year universities.
Of the Monterey High juniors recognized for PSAT scores in the top 50,000 in the United States, seven of the eight are MAOS students.
The California Golden State Exams
Chemistry: Of the 38 Monterey high chemistry students recognized for excellence, 20 are in the MAOS program. Five of the seven students receiving recognition in the honors category are in MAOS. The single person receiving high honors is a MAOS student.
Biology: Fifty-one of the 286 Monterey High students taking biology were recognized for outstanding achievement. Thirty-five of those are MAOS students. This means that half of the MAOS freshman class of 64 were recognized for their exceptional knowledge of biology. Of the 12 students in the honors categories, 11 were MAOS students. The only three receiving High Honors were MAOS students putting them in the top 1.6% of biology students in California.
Similar statistics from Golden State Exams are available across the curriculum.
Of the seven Monterey High seniors that received the Golden State Merit Sealed Diploma for having honors scores on six Golden State subject exams, four of these were MAOS students.
Honor Roll with G.P.A. of 3.0 and above
79% of the MAOS freshman made the Monterey High honor roll.
44% of the MAOS sophomores made the Monterey High honor roll.
MAOS University Acceptances '97 - '03
100% of the MAOS juniors made the Monterey High honor roll. 76% of the MAOS seniors made the Monterey High honor roll.
Academic Excellence Awards Celebration and Academic Letter (G.P.A. of 3.6+)
- 37% of the MAOS freshman qualified.
- 38% of the MAOS sophomores qualified.
- 60% of the MAOS juniors qualified.
- 45% of the MAOS seniors qualified.
MAOS Class of 1999 Involvement in Extracurricular Activities
Music Programs: 40%
Art Programs: 52%
Varsity Athletics: 82%
Community Service: 91%
Student Government: 33%
- 12% Student body officers
- 21% Club officers
Advanced Placement Exam
MAOS students took 69 Advanced Placement exams in the spring of 1999.
California Scholarship Federation
- 39% of the MAOS Class of 1999 are life members.
- 10% of the Monterey High seniors are life members.
National Honor Society
- 39% of the MAOS Class of 1999 are members.
- 10% of the Monterey High seniors are members.
Science Fair Winners
A MAOS senior has moved on to the state science fair after finishing first in her division at the Monterey County Science Fair.
Virtual Canyon Project
MAOS students were active participants in this National Science Foundation sponsored program. Candice Newmyer, Theo Friederich, and Andrew Miller presented the program at the World's Fair in Lisbon, Portugal.
MAOS instructors have received the following awards: Griffin award (4), Rotary award (2), Sigma Xi award (2), and many instructors have been honored as mentor teachers.