Handbooks & Forms

MHS Summer School Brochure:
Students who have failed a course with a final grade of "E" (50% to 59%) and need to restore their credits may be able to take remediation courses through summer school.  Download the  Summer School brochure for more information (when it is available).  Since failed courses could affect your graduation requirements, NCAA eligibility, and NJSIAA eligibility (high school sports) contact your Guidance Counselor with any questions.

MHS 2022-23 Student Handbook

Summer School Brochure 2022


2023-2024 Moorestown High School Program of Studies

MHS Waiver Form (all grades)


Personalized Student Learning Opportunities (PLO) Document

The PLO Application Form is for use when requesting approval for taking courses outside MTPS, internships or personal learning opportunities as outlined in the PLO Document and the MHS Program of Studies.


Junior Planning Timeline Spring 2023
Timeline of events/actions junior should take in the post-secondary planning process. This has been updated to reflect virtual opportunities for students.

2022 College Admissions Panel
A panel of college admissions representatives provide information about the college admissions process. 

Naviance Student - College Planning Guide
Naviance Student can help make the process of finding the right college just a little easier.  Using Naviance Student’s Find your Fit search tools, you can locate the schools that most fit with your interests, passions, and criteria.  Once you’ve narrowed down a group of colleges, multiple tools are available to understand more about that school in general and as a prospect.  This document is meant to help you understand how to search for, favorite, and research colleges of interest. 

PSC User Guide PaySchools user guide for payment of AP Exams.

Parent Comments and Observation Sheet
Helps parents of Seniors participate in their child's post-secondary planning process by providing your child's counselor with supporting information that may be included in the counselor's letter of recommendation.

Student Activities Sheet
Allows Seniors to provide their counselor  with a list of their school related and non-school related activities and accomplishments. This information may be included in the counselor's letter of recommendation.

Transcript Release Form
To release a transcript, a Transcript Release Form must be signed by a parent/guardian or an adult student (age 18) and given to the School Counseling Department. This form can also be used to obtain a copy of your unofficial transcript.

Naviance Directions
For use when applying to colleges using our Naviance Family Connection system and eDocs.

Teacher and Counselor Recommendation Waiver Form
This form is completed and submitted with the first college application a student submits.

MHS School Profile
This document describes Moorestown High School to colleges.

Mid-Year Report Request Form
This form is completed  and submitted to Guidance to have a Mid-Year Report sent to colleges.

Sample College Resume
This is a sample format to use for setting up a college resume.

Dual Enrollment - CAP Credit with RCBC
“Dual Credit” refers to the opportunity for high school students to earn both college and high school credit while taking advanced placement high school courses.  This program is called the College Accelerated Program (CAP) at Rowan College at Burlington County.

Voter Registration Requirements 
Click link above for online registration

To register in New Jersey, you must be:
A United States citizen
At least 17 years old, though you may not vote until you have reached the age of 18
A resident of the county for 30 days before the election
A person not serving a sentence of incarceration as the result of a conviction of any indictable offense under the laws of this or another state or of the United States.
The registrant must complete a Voter Registration Application and/or Party Affiliation Form. Mail or deliver the Voter Registration Application and/or Party Affiliation Form to the County Commissioner of Registration or Superintendent of Elections for your county.

Student Academic Assistance:

Weekly Progress Report Form
This form is helpful for parents to get periodic feedback from teachers regarding their child's progress. It can be used weekly, by-weekly or as often as needed. It can be used for one class. two classes, or as many as necessary. The student should bring the form to their teacher, then return the form to their parents/

Honor and Service Society Tutor Form
Sign-Up sheet used to obtain a student tutor from the Honor and Service Society.

Community Service

Anyone who has taken the time to help others knows that the good feeling one gets from volunteering is reward enough. The willingness to commit time and effort to assist others is a character trait that is valued by colleges and employers. To recognize student efforts, Moorestown High School students can earn designation on their transcripts for service to the community. Transcript recognition begins at 50 hours per service year and increases in the following increments:

  • 50+ hours - Outstanding level of service
  • 100+ hours - Exceptional level of service; President's Volunteer Service Award (Bronze)
  • 175+ hours - Exceptional level of service; President's Volunteer Service Award (Silver)
  •  250+ hours - Exceptional level of service; President's Volunteer Service Award (Gold)

In addition to transcript designation, students who successfully record between 50 and 99 hours of community service in one service year will be awarded a certificate denoting an Outstanding level of service for the year. Students who submit 100 or more hours in one service year will be awarded a certificate denoting an Exceptional level of service for the year. In addition to internal recognition, the President’s Volunteer Service Award is presented to students that record 100 or more community service hours in a service year. Each year, the MHS Community Service Council will honor the students who have cumulatively recorded service hours within the top 10% of their graduating class. Membership in an MHS-sponsored club or activity is not a prerequisite for community service recognition.

In order to receive credit for community service hours, students must submit their community service hours digitally by the specified deadlines. All policies and procedures for recording community service hours are outlined on the following website: https://tinyurl.com/MHSCommunityServiceGuidelines  

The Moorestown High School Community Service Council allows students to record volunteer hours for unpaid service that:

  1. Directly benefits people that are experiencing poverty, discrimination, abuse, poor health, old age, and/or physical-mental limitations;
  2. Provides academic support or other enrichment activities for students or community members;
  3. Relates to public safety or the protection of animals/the environment;
  4. Enhances the betterment of the community through community-building activities; or
  5. Supports the mission of a non-profit organization.  

Please Note: Community service hours will not be awarded for in-kind donations or travel to-and-from a service activity.


Community Service Hours Submission Form 2022-2023 Service Year

In order to receive credit for community service hours, students must submit their community service hours digitally through the Community Service Hours Submission Form (Google Form).  


Step 1: Complete the Request to Record Volunteer Hours Form (https://tinyurl.com/volunteerhoursform2022-2023) in its entirety including the necessary signatures or obtain a signed letter (on the letterhead of the sponsoring organization) documenting your service activity and hours.


Step 2: Complete Community Service Hours Submission Form (Google Form) and upload required documentation from Step 1 by the specified deadline: https://tinyurl.com/serviceform22-23Students must be logged into their mtps.us account in order to access this Google Form.