Mill Creek Middle School
Grades Seven and Eight
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Attention Current 6th & 7th graders: Scheduling for the 2017-2018 school year is due Friday, March 3, 2017.
Students and Parents should look online at electives ahead of time.
Please complete the PARENT INPUT SURVEY - by March 3, 2017. (This information will be used to aid in class placement.) (Parents of twins or triplets...please indicate in the survey if you would like children on the same team or different teams.)
Please click here for PARENT INPUT SURVEY.
- 7th Grade Course Selection Sheet
- 8th Grade Course Selection Sheet
- Power School Login Help
- PowerSchool Course Scheduling Instructions
- Teacher Recommendation Form
- Mill Creek's Elective Offerings
- Scheduling FAQ's
- Mill Creek Scheduling Website
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Mill Creek uses research-based team teaching. Students also have choice to explore a variety of programs through our elective program, which offers over 50 courses students may choose from. We use Carnegie Turning Points and Breaking Ranks in the Middle recommendations to:
- Create small communities
- Teach a core academic program
- Ensure success for all students
- Empower teachers and administrators
- Staff middle grade schools with teachers who are experts
- Improve academic performance through fostering health and fitness
- Reengage families
- Connect schools with communities
Our primary goal is to provide an academically challenging program while addressing the social and emotional needs of all children. Staff strive to give each child a sense of belonging as students navigate the adolescent years.
More About Mill Creek
Mill Creek has been labeled a National School to Watch, which identifies exemplary middle level programs in Michigan and the United States. Characteristics of a School to Watch include:
- Academically Excellent. These schools challenge all students to use their minds well.
- Responsive to Students’ Needs. These schools are sensitive to the unique developmental challenges of early adolescence.
- Socially Equitable. These schools are democratic and fair, providing every student with high-quality teachers, resources, and supports.