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Please let us know how we are doing with Millikan peer tutoring.  Your input will help us to improve!


AP registration will begin February 14, 2017. This year registration will be online.  The attached PPT and handout will assist you through the online AP exam registration process.

  • Once registration is complete, students paying at school will need to print a copy of the confirmation email and return it with payment to Valerie Bradford, the school banker, at Millikan High School.  Payments may also be made online through the Millikan Store.
  • Registration will close March 3, 2017.
  • All payments must be made by March 10, 2017.

Please contact Erin Hill via Schoolloop, at ehill@lbschools.net, or (562)425-7441x4214 if you have any questions.


Is your Ram college-ready?  It’s time to confirm links between student Khan Academy accounts and their College Board accounts. 


Students are encouraged to practice for the SAT on the Khan Academy, which offers free, personalized student practice for these important tests.  Some Millikan students who have utilized the online tool report gains of as much as 200 points on the SAT and PSAT, which can lead to college admissions and scholarships.


All students will need to bring their log-ons for the Khan Academy and the College Board starting on January 31st, when school staff will begin checking the links via Chromebooks in the classroom or visits to one of our computer labs.  Staff will also be registering juniors for the April SAT; freshmen and sophomores take the PSAT in October.


Students and parents can confirm log-ons and passwords utilizing the attached presentation.  Students should not have multiple College Board or Khan accounts.


Students of all grade levels can contact the College Board at 866-630-9305 (note new number) with account questions, and visit the link below for Khan Academy concerns.  Students may visit Room 301 or College and Career Center, Room 323 A, during lunch or periods 7 and 8 if help is needed.  


In addition to sending more students to the colleges of their dreams, our school can earn an incentive grant of up to $9,000 with these links.  Last year’s grant pays for peer tutoring the library as well as new materials to support literacy efforts at the school. 


All accounts must be verified by February 17 to earn the grant.  We hope to rally our whole campus to support our juniors. 


Parents and students should begin verifying accounts at home starting now.  Thank you for helping our Rams to be college-ready!


All the best,


Millikan College and Career Readiness Team



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
  • Students take an average of about 9 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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