Course Registration for Next Year Begins!


Course Registration for the 2017-18 school year will be from March 1-24. All students received a course selection checklist from their second block teacher. This year, students will register in the media center during second block class. Please complete your registration checklist with your parents prior to coming for your registration time. Click here for course registration material.

ALSO, are you a rising Senior?

Student Services has applications for rising Seniors who:

  • are interested in late arrival or early release for the 2017-18 school year
  • want to become a teacher’s assistant for the 2017-18 school year
  • would like to do an internship for next year

All applications can be picked up in Student Services and must be dropped off no later than March 24th.

Middle Creek Community Library


The Middle Creek Community Library will be opening on Saturday, March 4, 2017. There will be a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 10:00 a.m. and they will open the library immediately afterwards.

The new library is looking forward to becoming part of Middle Creek community! The library’s regular hours will be Monday – Thursday 9:00am-9pm, Friday – Saturday 10:00am-6pm and closed on Sunday.

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PTSA Meeting and Reflections Reception – Monday Night


Please join us on Monday, February 27 at 6pm in the Media Center for our PTSA meeting. This month, we will be discussing the details of our STEM project for the year. As your Academic Booster Club, the PTSA has purchased Breakout EDU kits for use in the classroom. We will learn more about how these materials are working and what further steps we can take to support this innovative learning project.

Mr. Martin will be with us, and this meeting is a great opportunity to hear directly from our principal.

The Reflections Reception to celebrate the artistic achievements of our talented students will follow the meeting at 7pm. Light refreshments will be served.

Rising 9th Grade Curriculum Night – Thu Feb 23rd


Curriculum Night for rising 9th graders (2017-18) will be this Thursday Feb 23rd from 6:30 to 7:30pm. Students and parents will have an opportunity to meet with teachers in the various curricular areas to get their questions answered regarding course options and recommendations for next year.

Volunteers Needed: “Reality of Money” Financial Literacy Event



We need volunteers for the “Reality of Money” Event happening Friday, March 24th at Middle Creek Community Center located next to the High School.

“Reality of Money” places each student in a scenario where they are 25 years old and employed. However, students are assigned the path that life has taken them on. Some students find they’re earning $40,000 per year and are married with children, while others are single parents making less than $20,000 annually. They will visit twelve stations where they have to make financial decisions on items such as housing, child care, transportation, etc.

Over 400 Middle Creek students will be participating in the event, a program developed by the State Employee’s Credit Union (SECU) that illustrates the financial challenges of adult life. The program’s goal is to help young people understand personal finances and the real-life implications of the choices they make as students and adults.

If you’ve ever paid bills or managed a family/personal budget then you are more than qualified to volunteer! Breakfast and lunch will be provided

Visit this Signup Genius link and help volunteer at a very important event that helps show our students what financial life is like after High School.


Children’s Book Drive


National Achievers’ Society and National Honors Society are organizing a book drive for Wake up and Read. Please drop off new and gently used children’s books at room 203, 2304 or 3203. The drive ends on March 3rd.

ACT Bubble Session – Wed Feb. 22nd – 11th Graders


All 11th graders will meet in the commons on Feb 22 to complete the “pre-test portion” of the ACT. At this time, they will have the opportunity to select up to four colleges and universities to receive their ACT scores. A list of North Carolina college and university codes is provided on the reverse side of the attached letter. Students may wish to discuss these choices with their parents/guardians ahead of this session.

Also included in this letter is information on how students can create a free ACT profile account from home. By following the link included in the letter, students can begin ACT’s college and career planning self-assessments.

ACT Letter – English     ACT Letter – Spanish