MCHS Student Services invites you to attend College Night: “From Freshman in High School to Freshman in College” here at Middle Creek on Tuesday, September 30th at 6:30 pm in the media center. The counselors will present information about what students should be doing during each grade to be prepared to successfully apply to college. We will also feature our Wake Tech Representative to discuss the College and Career Promise. This program is geared towards students and parents of all grade levels. Hope to see you there!
Are you planning to take the SAT test soon? Register Now for the Fall SAT Prep Course.
The deadline to register is October 21, 2014. The course will target students taking the December 6th SAT test. This Prep course is offered after school and taught by MCHS teachers. The fee for the course is $150.00. Scholarships are available based on need. To apply for the course, fill in the MCHS SAT Prep Course Application. To apply for a SAT Prep Course Scholarship, please fill in the Prep Course Scholarship Application. All applications are also available in the main office or at Student Services.
ALL GRADE LEVELS!
Start prepping now for the ACT and SAT by completing one question a day! By test time, you will understand the types of questions asked in all areas and be more confident!
ACT Question of the Day: http://www.act.org/qotd
SAT Question of the day: http://sat.collegeboard.org/practice/sat-question-of-the-day
Buy your advance tickets to the NC State Fair and earn money for Middle Creek High!
We get $2.00 back for every adult advance ticket, and $1.00 back for every child advance ticket.
Hurry, Tickets must be purchased by October 17th! Enter our school code, which is 495 when ordering.
Calling all artists, poets, songwriters, photographers. It’s time to submit your work of art in this year’s Reflections Art Contest. There are seven categories to choose from. Everything from dance/choreography to films and video.
Last year, Middle Creek’s very own Caleb Rossi won 1st place in Nationals for Film Production. Click here to view Caleb’s winning entry or to get more inspiration from other National winning entries.
To find out how to participate, visit the MCHS PTSA website for rules and which teachers to submit your work of art to. You don’t have long. All entries must be in by the 1st week of November.
Students with disabilities in grades 6-12 are invited to attend a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Career Showcase Wednesday, October 15 from 10 am to Noon at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet role models and learn more about STEM careers and many professional possibilities.
Registration is open through September 30. Space is limited to 200 students.
There is no charge, but preregistration is required.
Keep reading to learn more about the agenda and how to register.
Employers are telling us that students need experiences relevant to the workplace. They are also saying that it needs to start in HIGH SCHOOL even for students who are entering college. Help us provide our students with those opportunities!
School-to-Career of Wake County is a collaborative effort between the business community and the school system to enhance and provide additional learning opportunities for both teachers and students.
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS SURVEY if you are willing to volunteer for school-to-career activities at Middle Creek High School.