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 Online Back-to-School Forms are now available! Please watch for an email this afternoon!


***** All families should complete these forms as soon as possible so that we will have the most up-to-date information for all of our students *****

 

The Millis Schools have moved to a digital process for collecting updated information for our students at the beginning of the school year. Instead of all the paper forms we usually send home on the first day of school, families will be able to go online and update student information!

 

This afternoon, families will receive an email with instructions and a unique code that allows them to login and update family and student information. Since this is our first year using this process, each family will need to follow a link to create a family account.

 

If you do not receive an email later this afternoon, please go to this Email Address Form and enter your name, student name(s) and current email address so that we can verify that we have the correct email in our system.

 

Questions about Online Forms? Visit our Online Back-to-School Forms Resources Site or contact Jen Starr, Director of Digital Learning, Technology & Innovation. 




Welcome Back Newsletter with news from all of our departments!

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Our Vision

The Millis Public Schools are respected for high academic standards, committed to social responsibility, and dedicated to educating and inspiring every student to achieve personal excellence.

Our Mission

The Millis Public Schools Community is firmly committed to developing students as independent, lifelong learners and leaders who will contribute to a changing and complex society.

Our Overarching Personalizing Learning Goal

In Millis, we honor each student as an individual learner, recognizing that each student has his or her own learning styles, interests, passions, challenges to learning, strengths and skill levels.  We engage, support and challenge all students through varied instructional approaches that help students take ownership of their learning.  Students are afforded voice, choice and flexibility in how they learn and are allowed to demonstrate their understanding in various ways to improve student well-being and ensure that they are “future ready.”


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The Millis Public Schools are highlighted in a recent MAPLE (Massachusetts Personalized Learning EdTech Consortium) Newsletter!  See our student-produced video here!


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Millis High School Recognized Among America’s Most Challenging High Schools

 A week after receiving recognition from US News and World Report as one of America’s Best High Schools, Millis High School has been recognized by The Washington Post as one of America’s Most Challenging High Schools.  The Post created a “Challenge Index” and evaluated over 22,000 public high schools in the nation.  This metric was based on the number of students enrolled in college-level classes (in the case of Millis High School, Advanced Placement classes).  Schools that had a Challenge Index of 1.0 or greater were included on the list.  Only about 12% of the schools assessed by the Post earned the distinction.  Millis was ranked 1,704 nationally with a Challenge Index of 1.637.  Principal Bob Mullaney said, “Inclusion on the Washington Post’s list demonstrates our core values of academic excellence and pursuing a challenging program of experiences in high school.  I am proud that our students are well-prepared and confident to take on the demands of college level work.” 


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Millis High School Ranked in US News and World Reports 2017 Best High Schools in America.

 

Millis High School has earned a Silver Medal in the latest rankings of America’s Best High Schools by US News and World Report.  For its 2017 rankings, the magazine evaluated almost 22,000 high schools throughout the nation.  To determine rankings researchers from US News first analyzed schools to identify those that outperformed statistical expectations in their state’s English and math proficiency exams (in Massachusetts, MCAS exams).  Those identified schools were then assigned a “College Readiness Index” (CRI) based on the schools’ AP participation rates and how well students who took AP classes performed on the AP exams.  Millis High School had a CRI of 51.3, was ranked 31st in Massachusetts and was ranked 664th nationally (top 15%).   According to Millis High School principal Bob Mullaney, “We are proud to be recognized by US News and World Report.  We encourage our students to challenge themselves academically to be college- and future-ready, and inclusion on this list is a testament to their efforts. It also acknowledges the hard work of their teachers, the importance placed on education by our parents and community, and the foundation of excellence fostered at Millis Middle School and Clyde Brown Elementary School.”  For more information on US News and World Report’s rankings, please visit:  https://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/articles/us-news-ranks-best-high-schools





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