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Ram Nation, 


Our boy's and girl's wrestling coach, Marshall Thompson was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum last weekend. This is a great honor to receive and it is very much deserved. Marshall has been the head coach at Millikan since 1991. Since that time his teams have earned the following: 


26 Moore League Championships

3 CIF championships (2003, 2004, 2010)

Several CIF Individual Champions 


His record as head coach is 811 wins, 252 losses, and 6 draws. He continues to be an example an mentor for his athletes and is one of the most well respected coaches in our region. Congratulations coach for all you have done, and will do, for the great school of Millikan. 




Coach Marchael


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Students in grades 10-12 in 2016-2017 should register for AP Summer Bridge.  This year’s Bridge program offers more opportunities than ever before, including courses designed to assist sophomores, juniors, and seniors with successful applications to college, preparation for the October PSAT, SAT, and for scholarships.   Students new and experienced with AP will find opportunities to meet new study groups.


Contact Katie Hickox at with questions about AP Summer Bridge.  Are you an incoming freshmen?  Contact Grant Robinson at with questions about SLC Week.



In the attached document you will find the topics and sample problems from previous math courses. These topics continue in Algebra 2. It is extremely beneficial for you to know these topics prior to take Alg 2 so that you can focus on the new material only. My suggestion as a math teacher, is to work through the problems in August before the new school year begins, don't forget to show your work. Hold on to this document in your notebook and review when the topics come up in class so that your transition into the new material is much easier.

This course will help your understanding for the next path you take, no matter what path you choose. The course will prepare you for Precalculus, Function/Stat/Trig (FST), Finite, and AP Statistics. This course is a requirement for college with a C or better. If you have any questions concerning college, see your counselor. If at any point you are struggling with the course, any math course, academics, or life in general, please see me and we can work together to get you through it. However, you need to first acknowledge you need help so I can help you. My goal is to provide a positive and beneficial experience in math for students. My hope is that you will take advance of your learning and gain the most you can. Good luck scholars!!