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Join us in the quad to meet current Advanced Placement and elective students and find out about new AP courses!  Find out why nearly half of all Millikan sophomores, juniors, and seniors choose to take an AP class.


2/2:  Social Sciences

2/3:  English and World Languages

2/4:  STEM Classes

2/5:  AP Seminar, AP Research, Arts, Music


Applications for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s summer high school program, R2L NextGen, are now open!


R2L NextGen is a week-long leadership and civic engagement program for high school students currently in 9th, 10th, and 11th grades. CHCI will bring approximately 40 Latino high school students to D.C. to learn about how the Federal Government works, meet key leaders, visit historic sites and develop a deeper understanding of how they can affect positive change in their communities and their nation.


The program, which will take place July 10-July 15, 2016, is completely FREE of charge to all selected student participants.


Student must reside in Los Angeles County, Orange County, or San Bernardino County in order to be eligible to apply. Detailed eligibility requirements can be found at the link below.


Applications are now available online and must be submitted by Monday, March 14, 2016 at 11:59 pm Eastern Standard Time.


Have a strong second semester by studying three days per week with your peers.  Peer tutoring is provided by top Advanced Placement students and supervised by a campus teacher.   Study hard, Rams!

Program Overview


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QUEST is an established community of highly motivated, advanced, and gifted college-bound students. The rigorous curriculum includes accelerated, honors and five required Advanced Placement (AP) courses. The mission of QUEST is to provide a course of study which will engage, motivate, and prepare students for the competitive admissions standards of the UC system and other top universities throughout the nation. QUEST students are also active participants in a variety of extra and co-curricular campus activities which include sports, the arts, and student government. Unique opportunities include interdisciplinary field trips, college tours, and a Senior Project class. Each year QUEST graduates are accepted to universities such as Harvard, Columbia, Cornell, Duke, MIT, Stanford, West Point, USC, UCLA, and Berkeley. Annually many graduates of QUEST receive acceptance letters from numerous UC schools. 


What Makes QUEST Unique?

  • It’s an established, diverse, community of bright and motivated students
  • A pathway of five Advanced Placement classes
  • Overnight field trips to enrich curriculum
  • GATE Certified and trained faculty
  • UC approved elective Senior Project class
  • QUEST graduates attend and earn scholarships to top universities such as UCLA, UC Berkeley, Cornell, West Point, MIT, Stanford, USC, Columbia, Harvard, and Duke.

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