Certified by both, the state and AdvancEd, Monroe County High School ranks among the best schools in Alabama. As an A+ College Ready School, MCHS offers unlimited possibilities for all who seek an education in Monroe County. Monroe County High has set standards to prepare students for a brighter tomorrow. Students are able to participate in many different programs at the school from career technical courses, Advance Placement, and extracurricular.
Recognizing that student involvement in organizations provide students with rich opportunities for growth and leadership, all students are encouraged to participate in clubs, organizations and athletic venues.
Monroe County High School is located at 212 Tiger Drive in Monroeville. The school was moved to its current location in 1978 under the leadership of the Principal Sam Hollingsworth and the late Superintendent James R. Allen. The school’s administrative staff includes Principal, Maurice Woody and Assistant Principal, Chitunda Howard.