In time for Memorial Day, James Gay visited the Millis High School to show a presentation on the background for his book, "Battleship Cove", an American Histories title. Jim is another MHS Alumnus who returned to the school and gave an informative look at the history of the great battleships, as well as the process involved in writing a book.
Author/illustrator and MHS graduate Justin Hansen visited the Millis students this past week, and previewed his upcoming graphic novels. In showing his artwork to both middle and high school students, Justin was able to demonstrate the process and inspiration for his books, including highlights of MHS!
Students were engaged in the many facets of his writing and art processes, especially "mashing" characters together!
The first Literary Night at the Millis Public Library offered a wonderful representation of the creative writing talent in both the Middle and High Schools. With the participants offering selections from poetry to short stories, it was an interesting and entertaining event.
We would like to thank and give applause to the students who submitted and/or presented their writings:
Cam Bailen, Elizabeth Haven, Caroline Lebak, Dan Ryder, Praneeth Uppalapati, Katharine White and Mitchell White.
The voters approved the Clyde Brown MSBA project yesterday 359 to 285. The next step is a special Town Meeting at 7:30 on March 9th in the MS/HS Auditorium. Please view the information to the right as well as the three videos titled "CFB Building Rationale", CFB Project - Ed Rationale" and "CFB Project School Committee" which can be viewed at the following link http://www.millisps.org/cotw
Thank you to our terrific Middle School Writers! After several months of meetings, writing, and peer-editing, they succeeded in creating an awesome magazine!
Here are the Middle School Students who were part of this group:
Baille Burke, Ally Burke, Callie Cassidy, Kaylie Corsi, Tess Day, Michaela Hafford, Kenyatta Harris, Phoebe LaRose, Caroline Lebak, Casey O'Toole, Bridget Welch, Rachel Geddes, Katharine White, Maria Viana.
Please read the attached copy of their hard work!
***New! Check out the Showcase Slideshow, too!******
UPDATED FOR 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR!
Below are several documents pertaining to transportation provided by Millis Public Schools.
Click on the links to download the files.
The SAT is changing again, as is the PSAT, and those changes will affect the Class of 2017. The entire Class of 2017 will take the re-designed PSAT on October 14, 2015, in preparation for the new SAT, which will be administered for the first time in March of 2016. We are excited to announce that Millis High School has entered into an agreement with the College Board for this fall, which is giving us the ability to offer the PSAT to our entire junior class at no charge. For complete information on the re-design and what students can expect from the new exams, please visit t
This is a special thank you to all the colleges, universities and organizations that came out to the annual Millis-Medway Mini College Fair on Thursday, April 30th. We appreciate all the representatives that came to Millis High to share information on their institutions. It was a great event and as always, our students handled themselves with class and showed what our "Small School, Big Family" is all about!
The Millis Extended Day Summer Program is offering six theme weeks full of fun activities and field trips this summer. Early registration is through May 15. As always, the Program is open to residents of other communities.
Further details can be found on-line at this link.