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Upcoming Balfour visits for letter jacket & class ring orders

Order your Mill Creek Class Ring and/or Letter Jacket on August 20, 21, 22 during lunch. Ring and letter jacket orders need a $100 deposit each along with proof that you have lettered for a jacket. Whether you lettered in academics, fine arts, or athletics, we encourage you to order your jacket now so you have it for Fall Friday Nights!  Ring and Jacket information is available at and in the front office.  Go Hawks!  We’ll see you soon!     



Todd Sims, John Upchurch, Meagan Cookand the entire Scholastic Images Team


Letterman ring flyer


Letter jacket order form

Student eClass Password Reset Instructions--PLEASE READ

All student eClass passwords must be reset at the start of every school year.  To ensure students are able to access everything they need on eClass starting the first day of school we ask that everyone take a few minutes and reset their passwords at home.  The first document below has step by step instructions for this quick and easy process and the second document has troubleshooting steps for any questions.


Student Password Resetting Instructions


Password Reset Troubleshooting Guide

Advanced Placement Summer Assignments 2018

AP Subjects that DO require a summer assignment:

AP Art: Studio Drawing: 2 artworks (1 realistic and 1 concentration)

AP Art: Studio 2D Design: 2 artworks (1 abstract/design and 1 concentration)

AP Art: Studio 3D Design: 2 artworks (1 concentration and 1 breadth)

AP Biology

AP Calculus BC

AP Chemistry

AP Computer Science (provided, but optional)

AP English Language (11th & 12 grade)

AP English Literature

AP French: Grammar and Skills Practice

AP Physics 1

AP Seminar

AP Spanish Language

AP US History

AP World History/ European History Combination Course


AP Subjects that DO NOT require a summer assignment:

AP Calculus AB

AP Macroeconomics

AP Environmental Science

AP Government

AP Human Geography

AP Physics C

AP Psychology

AP Spanish Literature

AP Statistics

AP Research

AP World History

Jumpstart Reading 2018

Hawks Soar Through Jumpstart Reading Opportunities, 2018-2019

Mill Creek’s Language Arts Department encourages everyone to continue reading through the summer months. Reading helps review essential skills for the upcoming semester, begins the bridge from one grade-level to the next, and provides baseline data for the upcoming school year. Reading, also, can improve your health.

According to studies compiled by Book Insider (2017) , reading can:

Even more, reading during the summer can reduce “summer slide.” Students who don’t read,  or read infrequently during their summer vacation, see their reading abilities stagnate or decline. However, “summer slide” can be avoided if you read during the summer months.  In fact, the more engaged you are in the text, the more you comprehend, and the more your critical reading skills improve.

So, what will you read? Below, you will find links to each course’s jumpstart opportunity. This opportunity can help you get ahead on the first assignment of the school year and will be used for the first in-class writing assignment. We strongly encourage you to start this over the summer but it will also be assigned the first day of school and will be due within the first few weeks of school.

Before committing to a book, please peruse the book reviews and review the content with your parents. Make sure the book piques your interest and is appropriate for you.  If none of the books on the list meets your family’s preferences, please contact Department Chairperson Kaysheila Mitchell to discuss an alternate title.

Also, remember, this is not a collaborative assignment. The jumpstart assignment is an individual assessment of your reading skills and basic understanding of your text. Therefore, your answers should be your original idea. So, please, avoid all online and published databases, as well as working with a partner.

Mill Creek offers multiple levels within each grade band; so, there is a list for EPIC, AP, 9th grade, 10th grade, 11th grade, and 12th grade. If you are taking an AP level Language Arts class as a senior or junior, complete the AP level Language Arts assignment.  If you are in the EPIC program, complete the EPIC assignment for your specific grade level. If you are neither in EPIC nor an AP level Language Arts class, scroll down for your grade level assignment.


  • Rising 9th Grade (non-PBL/EPIC)
  • Rising 10th Grade (non-PBL/EPIC)

  • Rising 11th Grade (non-AP Lang)
  • Rising 12th Grade (non-AP Level)

2018-2019 Clinic Card

Please click the link below for the 2018-2019 clinic card.


2018-2019 Clinic Card

2018-2019 Parent/Student Information and Links

Dear Mill Creek Parents/Guardians,

We highly encourage you to view all of the links below before the school year begins.


When you log on to as part of your registration, you will be asked to acknowledge that you have reviewed and understand the items listed below.  Each student must have an updated clinic card on file each year. For your convenience, we have provided the clinic card below.

Please print and bring the completed clinic card on Orientation Day, Thursday, August 2nd.

2018-2019 Clinic Card


Mill Creek High School Student Handbook

The Mill Creek App will allow students to record their assignments, receive reminders from their teachers, and will also serve as a hall pass. Please click onthe link below to view the MCHS Student Handbook which includes important school information as well as school policies and procedures.


Gwinnett County Public Schools Student / Parent Handbook

I acknowledge reviewing the contents of the handbook with my student and consent to the terms of the Student/Parent Handbook. In addition, I have reviewed on the school’s website (or obtained and read a copy from a school) the listing of extracurricular activities available to my child.

• To opt out of this disclosure of directory information you must notify the school principal in writing within 10 days.

• To withhold your consent from media release for you and/or your child you must notify your school principal in writing within 10 days.  Click on the link below to view the GCPS Student / Parent Handbook.


Attendance Protocol Form

I also understand that Gwinnett County Public Schools has an attendance protocol in place and that schools will inform parents and students of attendance expectations and the consequences for excessive unexcused absences, including notice to parents of their student’s excessive absences. A pattern of absences could put a student at risk of not achieving grade level/course AKS. Under state law, a student with more than ten (10) unexcused absences is considered truant.  Click on the link below for more information.


Extracurricular Activities

I have reviewed the school’s web site and I am aware of the extracurricular activities available to my child. (If Internet access is not available, parents should ask for a copy of this list from the school.) Of the activities/clubs listed on the website, please contact the school to inform us which activities/club you do not want your child to participate in. Click on the link below for more information.


Credit Recovery/School Plus Information & Registration

Please click here for School Plus and Credit Recovery details and registration information.

Connect with the Creek on Social Media!

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

Twitter: @MCHarveyReports

2018-2019 Reflections

Reflections PTSA

Chaired by Nora Neff and Mike Lasseter

 The Reflections Contest is sponsored annually by the Mill Creek PTSA and is a part of a national PTSA program. Students enter creative work in one of five fields: 2D Art, Photography, Music Composition, Dance Choreography, and Film. School winners in each grade for each category advance to county competition with the chance to advance to state and national levels.

See Mrs. Neff in C102 with questions about the program

The 2018-2019 contest theme is HEROES AROUND ME


Deadline for submissions is September 28, 2018.


2018-2019 Reflections Official Rules

2018-2019 Reflections Student Entry Form


2018 2019 Reflections Poster Fillable ENG SPN Page 1



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Mill Creek High School

4400 Braselton Highway

Hoschton, Georgia 30548

Main Office: 678-714-5850

Fax: 678-714-5863