Frequently Asked Questions:
When will parking go on sale for the 2017-2018 school year? Parking will go on sale for the 2017-2018 school year shortly after Spring Break.
How will I know when parking goes on sale? Notification will be sent out through our MCHS social media accounts as well as the school website. Students will also be made aware through our school announcements.
How will I purchase a pass when they go on sale? Parking will be purchased through MyPaymentsPlus under the School Fees atom. The fee for the year is $70.00. It is highly recommended you make your purchase from a computer and not a cell phone. Once you have received your confirmation, please go back and check your purchase history to verify everything went through accurately.
What if parking sells out? When parking sells out, a waiting list will be available on MyPaymentsPlus.
When will I pick up my decal? Parking decals will be available for pick-up the end of July in Dr. Hardegree’s office (D201) as well as during Open House. Exact dates will be announced at a later time.
As a rising senior will I get priority? Yes. Parking will be made available to all rising seniors for one week prior to being available to rising juniors.
I am a rising junior and will have my license by 10/31/17; may I purchase a parking pass when they go on sale? Yes. You may purchase a parking pass even if you only have a learner’s permit; however, you will not be able to pick up your decal until you have a valid driver’s license.
I am a sophomore but have a driver’s license. Can I purchase a pass? No. Only juniors and seniors are allowed to drive on campus.
Does a modified schedule, permissive transfer, involvement in certain clubs, or being an athlete guarantee me a parking pass? No. You must successfully secure a parking pass when they go on sale in order to drive to school regardless of circumstances.
What if I purchased a pass but fail a class during second semester of the 2016-2017 school year? If you fail any class, including electives, you will not be able to obtain your parking decal for the 2017-2018 school year.
Please note the following:
On your 10th tardy 2 week parking suspension
On your 12th tardy 4 week or remainder of semester suspension
On your 15th tardy Loss of parking for the remainder of the year
On your 1st AWOL 2 week parking suspension
On your 2nd AWOL Loss of parking for the remainder of the year
Magic Moment Photography will be in the media center to take CAP & GOWN photos on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 7 and 8 from 1 - 6 pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Sign up for your portrait sitting outside the yearbook room, C100. Please note: You CANNOT miss an academic class for a portrait sitting. Plan accordingly.
If you were unable to attend the current 9th grade parent meeting on January 31, 2017 please click on the link below for a recap of the topics discussed.
If you were unable to attend the evening session of the Move on When Ready/Dual Enrollment informational meeting we will be offering two additional sessions at 6:45am-7:15am on February 1st and February 8th in room E104. We invite anyone who is considering taking advantage of this great program to attend.
Three Mill Creek students have taken a project that they did in Mrs. Davenport's Marketing and Entrepreneurship class and have turned it into a reality!
Samantha Rahinsky, Maddie Deal and Madison Watson have formed Books With a Purpose. A non-profit that will help provide school supplies to students in Africa has teamed up with Books For Africa and Jump Start Atlanta. Mrs. Davenport, Samantha, Maddie and Madison all meet with Fotemah Mba founder of Jump Start Atlanta and PJ Lynch board member for Book for Africa on Saturday to see how the three organizations can all help each other.
Follow the girls progress on any of their social media platforms below. You will start seeing more promotion of their non-profit as we get closer to the end of the school year not only at Mill Creek but many other Gwinnett County high schools. Great job ladies in epitomizing Mill Creeks vision of SOAR!
Follow them on twitter, instagram and Facebook!!
Facebook: B_o_o_k_'S with a purpose
*If your student is a senior and has questions please contact their counselor.
*Credit Recovery is NOT NCAA eligible; School Plus IS NCAA eligible
*Credit Recovery and School Plus DO NOT replace previous grade
*Students can only take one Credit Recovery or School Plus course at a time
Georgia Credit Recovery
Students who have failed a core course (Math, Science, Language Arts, or Social Studies) with a final grade between 60-69 are eligible for our Credit Recovery Program. Course fee of $40 MUST be paid through MyPaymentsPlus. Our Credit Recovery Program begins Tuesday, May 30th and finishes on Friday, June 2nd. Each day the session will be from 8am to 12pm. Students will meet in room F105.
The following courses will be offered for BOTH semesters:
For students who have failed a course with below a 60 or have never taken the course. Course fee will be $100 which MUST be paid through MyPaymentsPlus. This course will begin on Monday, March 20th and run through Friday, April 28th between 2:30pm-4:30pm at Mill Creek. NO CLASS DURING SPRING BREAK. Attendance is mandatory.
The following courses will be offered for BOTH semesters:
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is credit recovery recognized by the NCAA?
A: Credit Recovery is NOT NCAA eligible; School Plus IS NCAA eligible
Q: How do I see my student's grades?
A : You can check grades on the parent portal or use your student's eClass page.
Q: What if the subject my student failed is not listed?
A: Contact your counselor to consider options and develop a plan.
Q: Where do I go on My Payment Plus to pay for the class?
A: Credit Recovery and School Plus can be found under the "School Fees" category (see graphic below).
We are thrilled to share the new issue of our new bi-weekly newsletter, Take Flight. It is our hope that this publication will help keep you informed about the great things happening at Mill Creek!
If you were unable to attend the rising 9th grade parent night on 1/17/17 or would like to review the information that was presented we invite you to visit our Rising 9th Grade page.
Did you know that Mill Creek is on Facebook and Twitter?
While we have several organization/team specific accounts in place we also have a universal account on each of these platforms to share news, activities, and accolades for our school and our students. We would like to invite everyone to come and like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Twitter to stay up to date and informed on all things Mill Creek! As you will see both of these are presented from the view point of our school mascot, Harvey the Hawk, with the intent of keeping both light, upbeat, and fun.
Come like us and follow us today!
Facebook: Harvey Reports