Making Cents – A Financial Literacy Program

IMAX Theatre at Marbles
Saturday, October 25
9:00 am–1:00 pm
Registration begins at 8:30 am

This program was developed to educate students, grades seven through 12, their parents, and teachers on important money management tips that can make a huge difference, both at home and in the classroom. The event is free to community members interested in participating—all you need to do is register!

Winter Wonders Craft Fair

You are invited to the 3rd Annual

Winter Wonders Craft Fair!

Who: The PTSA of MCHS invites Family, Friends and Neighbors.
Where: The Commons at MCHS
When: Saturday, November 15th from 9am to 3pm
shoppingbag-1Let’s Go Shopping!

This is the place to find those unique gifts to make the season bright. We have more than 35 crafters, artists, vendors and small business owners offering:

  • original art,  jewelry,  collectibles
  • home decor, kitchen goods, scrapbooking
  • clothing, personalized and monogrammed gifts
  • skin care products and much, much more


santaFor the Kids!

There will be a crafting table for the kids to enjoy making their own artful creations and direct from the North Pole, on a rare early visit, Santa and his elves will be here, ready to pose for pictures. Bring your camera and get the pose you want. No long wait with grumpy babies…You are in charge of the picture…All for only a $1 suggested donation to MCHS PTSA.


cake  Mmm… Food…

Back by popular request, THE MCHS PTSA BAKE SALE. With a wide assortment of snacks, home baked cookies, muffins, fresh popcorn, hot chocolate and coffee, you can shop and munch to your heart’s content. Before you leave, choose from a scrumptious selection of made from scratch cakes and pies to take home.

qdoba_iphone_reflection Enjoy lunch with Qdoba Mexican Grill from 10:30 to 2:30.



raffle_ticket_icon_aa RAFFLE!

And did we mention the RAFFLE? Each vendor donates merchandise to the MCHS PTSA raffle. Don’t miss your chance to win one of our hourly raffle drawings!


We’ll see YOU there, at the Winter Wonders Craft Fair!


Commit to Safe Driving – Win $100,000 and a Concert from Band Perry


Middle Creek Mustangs are committed to safe driving. We have teamed with State Farm and Celebrate My Drive to encourage teens to make positive choices as they begin driving. Anyone over 14 can join us in making safe driving commitments. The top 2 schools with the most commitments will receive a $100,000 grant and a Grand Prize Concert by Band Perry. Your daily commitment next week can bring $100,000 and Band Perry to the Creek.

Commitments start Wednesday, October 15th through the 24th

Learn more and commit at Celebrate My Drive

Volunteer with School to Career

School to Career logo

Employers are constantly telling us that students need experiences relevant to the workplace. They are also saying that it needs to start in HIGH SCHOOL before they ever enter college. Help us give them those experiences!

School-to-Career of Wake County is a collaborative effort between businesses and the school to provide additional learning opportunities for both teachers and students.

How Can You Be Involved at Middle Creek High?

There are many ways you can help,  career day or classroom presenter, internships, job shadowing, advisory board, and the list goes on. If you would like to help, just complete the short survey. Not only do you win by giving back to your community, a student also wins in his/her lifelong career journey.


Magnet & Early College Fair Nov. 1

Learn about the array of options you have to enhance your child’s academic experience at the Magnet and Early College Fair, Nov. 1 from 9 a.m. to noon at Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School, 2600 Rock Quarry Rd.

WCPSS offers more than 40 magnet and early college schools, all of which will be represented at the fair and ready to distribute information and answer all questions.

Magnet school pathways include: Contine reading

Lacey Peckham, Assistant Principal of the Year



WCPSS named Lacey Peckham of Middle Creek High School the 2014 Assistant Principal of the Year. Peckham has served as assistant principal at Middle Creek High, Martin Magnet Middle and Sanderson High. Prior to that, she was a Spanish teacher at Green Hope High and Sanderson High.

The Middle Creek High School community is very proud of Mrs. Peckham’s accomplishments and recognition!

Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation


Today’s high school students represent the most technologically connected generation ever. So how can they apply this knowledge to help solve community issues?

The 2015 Emerging Issues High School Prize for Innovation challenges teams of high school students to reflect on current community issues  in order to help improve it in the future.  Perhaps your team’s goal might be to:

  • Make your community more walkable or bike-friendly.
  • Raise high school graduation rates.
  • Lower your community’s childhood obesity rate.

In order to apply, teams will:

  • Identify a local challenge the community has wrestled with
  • Study the issue and prepare an overview
  • Devise a potential solution
  • Create a plan with a proposed solution

Turn your great idea for improving North Carolina’s future into reality with $5,000!

For complete application materials, visit NC State University Institute for Emerging Issues.