The Cinderella Project – Make Dreams Come True!


Student Government is hosting it’s annual Cinderella project. The Cinderella Project is held to give a chance for students here and at local schools to have the full prom experience. For this event to be a success, donations of new/lightly used prom attire for both boys and girls would be greatly appreciated. If you would like to donate, please bring the items to Room 3312 before March 3rd.

By donating just one item you can give someone a chance to have their dream night.

Key Club members can also be given volunteer hours for donating.

PTSA Meeting Tommorow


Who: MCHS Families
What: PTSA Monthly Meeting
Where: MCHS Media Center
When: Monday, March 20 from 6:00-7:00pm

Why: This is you chance to spend one hour with a friendly group of parents, students and administrators discussing the latest updates and developments at our school. Wondering how the accreditation process is going? Questions about Prom? We are here to help. Mr. Martin will be in attendance and all are welcome.

Click here for the agenda.

Stampede Club 5k


The Middle Creek High School’s Stampede Club will be hosting the 6th annual SUPERHERO 5K FUN RUN & Mustang Mile! (Run or Walk) on Saturday, April 28nd 2018

Register by April 6th, 2018 to guarantee your race shirt and goody bag! Family value pack of $75 for up to 5 family members and $10 each additional. Families interested please email for further instruction.

If you’d just like to donate, we’d be glad to accept your donation. We are also accepting sponsors!

To sign up, visit:

Interested in the Medical Field?


Camp Cardiac and Camp Neuro, run by local medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, serve as an ideal introduction for any high school student interested in exploring a career in medicine.

With a focus on both education and real world experience, Camp Cardiac  and Camp Neuro provides students with a unique opportunity to learn directly from experts in the medical field.  In addition, this 1-week summer day camp provides a foundation for heart healthy living with an emphasis on both diet and exercise.

Scholarship and standard applications are now open for Camp Neuro Chapel Hill 2017! Students may learn more and apply by visiting

Doodle for a Scholarship!


What Inspires me?


Does art inspire you? Clouds that look like faces? Sugar? Discovering new galaxies? Artists have looked to the world around them for centuries to gain inspiration. This year’s 10th anniversary of Doodle 4 Google asks students to do the same.

The winner’s artwork will be made into an interactive doodle on as well as loads of scholarships and prizes.


ACT or SAT? Which One Should I Take?


The ACT®, one of the leading US college admissions test, is coming to Middle Creek on Feb. 28th, for ALL 11th graders and FREE of Charge. A question I get a lot is: “which test should I take, the SAT or the ACT”? My answer to that, being the cheapskate that I am is:  you’re getting the ACT for free and during school hours, so make the most of it and do your best. Here’s a great resource to help you prepare:

But what if you need to retake the test? Should it be the ACT or the SAT? That depends on the type of test taker you are and the types of knowledge that interest you most. To better understand each test I found the following article to help explain the differences between the ACT and SAT:

And Veritas Prep has a fun, easy, 15 question quiz to help you decide:

Whichever test you decide to take, good luck in your college prep journey.

Course Registration for Next Year Begins!


Course Registration for the 2018-19 school year will be from March 1-30. 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 2018-19 school year
  • want to become a teacher’s assistant for the 2018-19 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 30th.

How to Keep Art Education Alive at School

Arts in Education

For nearly 50 years, the National PTA Reflections program has inspired millions of students to explore their talents and be involved in the arts by creating works for fun and recognition.

This is a story of Julie Frum, a mother of two and how she helped keep art programs alive in Maine’s school system.

“I just love the opportunity for kids to get a chance to be creative,” says Julie.


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Important ACT Details for 11th Graders!


Attention 11th grade students, the ACT will be administered on Feb 27. In preparation for the ACT, all students must have a photo ID to present to be admitted to their testing session. Students who do not have proper ID must complete the ACT Student Identification Letter by Feb 20 and turn it into student services. If you need this form please pick it up in student services. Please be aware that All 11th grade students will attend the pre-bubble session on Feb 20 and you will receive more information from your first block teacher by Feb 19. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Penuel.

Tips to prepare for ACT

Pre-Bubble Session:

All 11th graders will meet in the commons on Feb 20 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. Students may wish to discuss these choices with their parents/guardians ahead of this session.

Students can create a free ACT profile account from home and can begin ACT’s college and career planning self-assessments.


Empowering Your Kids About Healthy Body Image Starts with YOU

This conversation is just as important as the birds and the bees.

You need to talk with your children and students about healthy body image. But, how can you talk to them if you aren’t sure what healthy body image is?  We have been flooded for decades with what we ‘think’ healthy body image is, only to religiously count calories, go on fad diets, exercise profusely and feel guilty for eating a dessert.  The media are saturated with focusing on weight loss and depicting skinny girls and boys – because this is what we should be.  We also give excuses for thinking it’s okay to skip meals: “I’m too busy to eat; I shouldn’t eat as much today because I ate a lot last night; I need to fit in those pants.”  This is the core of American culture’s perception of what healthy body image is.

To have this conversation, it needs to happen with you first.  Use these tools to facilitate exploration within yourself so you know how to convey this to your kids

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