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Parent and Student Surveys

To ensure that we are meeting the needs of all Mills students, we are looking for input from our parent and students.  Please take a moment to complete the survey below that best suits your relationship to Mills High School.

Thank you so much!

Parent Engagement & Satisfaction - English

Parent Engagement & Satisfaction - Spanish 

Student Engagement & Satisfaction 

CAASPP Testing Schedule

The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) replaces the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program. The primary purpose of the CAASPP assessment system is to assist teachers, administrators, and pupils and their parents by promoting high-quality teaching and learning through the use of a variety of assessment approaches and item types.  This includes the new Smarter Balanced Assessment field tests which are aligned with the Common Core State Standards. We will administer these assessments to students in Grades 10 and 11 during the month of April when we return from Spring Break.  Please see the detailed testing schedule below.

April 21st - April 25th

Regular Schedule 1-7

School starts at 8:00am everyday.

There is no late start on Wednesday.


Click here to see the complete schedule from April 7 - April 25.

Common Core State Standards

Educational standards describe what students should know and be able to do in each subject in each grade. In California, the State Board of Education decides on the standards for all students, from kindergarten through high school. Since 2010, 45 states have adopted the same standards for English and math. These standards are called the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Having the same standards helps all students get a good education, even if they change schools or move to a different state. Teachers, parents, and education experts designed the standards to prepare students for success in college and the workplace. The California Department of Education helps schools make sure that all students are meeting the standards. Please click on the links below for more information about the standards. You can also visit the California Department of Education website to read more about the standards and the CCSS-related activities taking place in California.


Chinese_CCSS_ELA.pdf 中文

Spanish_CCSS_ELA.pdf español




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Mills FHA-HERO Students Attend the State Leadership Meeting

FHA-HERO:  Success Beyond the Norm!  was the theme for the 67th Annual State Leadership Meeting held April 12-15 2012 in Riverside, California at the Marriott Hotel and Riverside Convention Center. There were over 600 students from California attending the meeting – all in red jackets! The four days were filled with a college and career fair, industry tours, business sessions, competitive recognition events, recreational night and a formal dance and banquet.  Mills High School was well represented by nine students attending the meeting and participating in competitive recognition events. 


-Samantha Ho (12) and Kristen Szeto (12) competed in Commercial Food Preparation finishing 5th out of 22 teams

-Angelique Garcia (12) Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation finishing in 2nd place

-Camille Chan (11) competed in Child Development and finished in 3rd place

-Daisy Co (10) competed in the Chapter Activities Manual

-Michelle Au-Yeung (10) competed in Prepared Speech

-Nicole Wong (12) competed in Menu Planning and Table Display


Daisy Co (10), Michelle Au-Yeung (10), Angelique Garcia (12) and Nicole Wong (12) were recognized for achieving their Chapter Degrees.  Kristen Szeto (12) and Brittina Hung (11) were also recognized for receiving their Region Degrees. The Mills Chapter was recognized as a Superior Chapter 2014 for its contribution to the leadership of the organization and community service. The Mills Chapter is represented at both the Regional and State level in leadership with Michelle Au-Yeung as Region 5 President and Brittina Hung was elected to serve as State President for the 2014-2015 school year. FHA-HERO 2013-2014 State President Priscilla Young (12) ran a successful meeting and passed the gavel on to Brittina. This is the first time in which two State Presidents have come from the same High school, and we are proud to be that chapter. Congratulations to all the participants and members. Mills High School FHA-HERO participated in the successful State Leadership Meeting 2014.

Submitted By: Kristen Szeto, Mills FHA-HERO President 



Annual Fund 2013-14

Please help us Make Mills Magnificent!  We are kicking off our Annual Fund Drive this week and request that families contribute $500 for each student to this important fundraising effort.  

In the past, we have used Annual Fund donations to purchase new computer labs, fund Academic Counseling and the after school tutoring program, renew our School Loop contract, and made a number of additional teaching materials and technologies available for use in the classroom.  With your generous donations, we will be able to continue funding these programs and look to the future by providing teachers and students opportunities to pilot new classroom technologies.

Contributions to the Mills Annual Fund can be made in the main office or through your student's 4th period class as part of the Mills Mania Annual Fund Drive.  Please see the attached documents for more details!

Annual Fund Letter 2013 - English

Annual Fund Contribution Form - English - Revised

Annual Fund Letter 2013 - Chinese

Annual Fund Contribution Form - Chinese - Revised




MILLS STUDENTS -- Would you like to make a positive difference in someone else's life next year? Consider a position as a peer tutor in the fall! Mills is seeking student tutors who are friendly, responsible, good communicators, and possess a strong academic record. Most importantly, we are seeking students with a genuine desire to help others.

We have 3 tutoring opportunities available:
1) Volunteer Mentor-Tutor: Provide homework help & mentoring to a small group of freshmen after school
2) Paid Tutor: Work as a tutor at After-School Drop-in Tutoring (Minimum 3.5 GPA & completion of Algebra 3-4 with "B" or higher).
3) Support Class Tutor: Tutor during the school day for elective course credit
If you might be interested, please CLICK HERE FOR TUTOR APPLICATION.
Questions? Email Rachel Mack (Academic Support Counselor) at, or contact Mr. Christian (School Dean).

After School Tutoring


Mills High School offers FREE after school tutoring in the Library for all students in all subjects. Tutoring takes place every Monday (3:30-4:30), Wednesday (3:15-4:15) and Thursday (3:30-4:30). Excl ...more



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OVERDRESSED? By M.Vazquez, J.Gibbs & A.Chapman

VIDEO POEM By Alexandria Lee

Incoming 9th grade students

The District has begun accepting 9th grade enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year. Please note that the priority enrollment window closes on February 21, 2014. Students enrolling after this date may be placed at a non-resident school at the discretion of the district if the resident school has reached its capacity. For more information on the enrollment process, please visit our district enrollment webpage.


Career Center and Library Closed This Week
Dear Students,  This is a notice that the Career Center and Library will be  closed this week starting Monday, 4/21 @ 12pm - Friday, 4/25  due to the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) testing.  This means that the c... Continue
Posted by: Stephanie Wong
Published: 4/20/14

Student Survey
Hey students!  We need your input!!  Please take a few minutes to complete the survey linked to this new bulletin.  Your anonymous feedback will help our school and our district become better places for learning - and we need to hea... Continue
Posted by: Valerie Arbizu
Published: 4/16/14

Parent Engagement and Satisfaction Surveys
Attention Parents: We need your input!  Please take a moment to complete the attached survey that best applies to you.   The attached letter (also mailed out via School Loop loopmail) includes specific information about the survey and ho... Continue
Posted by: Valerie Arbizu
Published: 4/16/14

School Board Liaison

Peter H. Hanley

As your direct contact to the School Board, I am looking forward to becoming directly involved with the Mills community. Please contact me whenever you have a concern, compliment, idea, or an invitation to an event.  You can email me at