WCSD Mission Statement

Millcreek High School

Visitor Policy

Millcreek High School does not allow any visitors to accompany students to class. Please make arrangements to visit with relatives and friends after school hours. All visitors must immediately check with the main office.

Classroom Behavior

A student is responsible to contribute positively to the learning in the classroom. If a student’s behavior becomes disruptive to the class, the following steps will be taken:

  1. The teacher will try to solve the problem with the student. 
  2. If the teacher and the student cannot arrive at a satisfactory solution to the problem, the teacher will arrange for a Student Review Board. (SRB) 

General Conduct

Students are expected to behave in a manner that will be a credit to themselves and to Millcreek High School. Whether at school or at other school sponsored activities, students should be appropriate in the way they dress, the language they use and the way they interact with others.

Of particular concern is the care of the building and grounds. Students are expected to respect the school and property and to keep both clean.

Students are subject to the authority of all staff members, administrators, teachers, and other workers, while at school or at a school activity.

Skateboard & Roller Blade Policy

The use of skateboards or roller blades is not allowed on Washington County School District property without permission from school administration. Individuals may be cited for trespassing for riding skateboards or roller blades on school district property without administrative approval. Washington County School District is not responsible for any accident that may occur as a result of riding skateboards or roller blades on school property without proper supervision by school personnel.

Extra Curricular Activities

There are no sports, clubs, or dances held at Millcreek High School.  The focus is on developing a student’s self-worth and helping them accomplish their academic goals.  However, if you are interested in any of these activities, please contact the counseling office for information about participating at the specific school in whose boundaries you reside.


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