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Alexander, Tiffany
Barragan, Susana
Bensie, Ling
Algebra 2 Acc.
Casem, Eugene
Conrad, Barbara
Cornejo, Jeffrey
Cox, Christina
Englert, Wendy
Eveland, Dorian
Assistant Principal
Gilman, Bruce
Huynh, Anna
Johnson II, Charles
Keester, Ronnie
McGuire, Kenneth
Mize, Michele
Nunez, Agustin
Pearson, Mark
Graphic Design & Printmaking 1-2
Prado, Michael
Quintana, Ronald
Honors Precalculus, Lead teacher for MIT
Santucci, Mark
Speece, Ian
Teacher: Intensified Algebra/Accelerated Geometry
Summy, Rand
Sutfin, Thomas
Taylor Fitoussi, Monica
Uchegbulam, Sandra
Varela, Brianne
Walton, George
Ward, Joel
Weiss, Ana
Young, Susan
Young, Teri

Millikan Integrated Technology

School Supplies for the following teachers...

Suggested School Supplies to have for the following Teachers.

  • Ms. K. Pircher

    • A daily planner

    • 3 ring binder

    • 5 tab dividers

    • Loose leaf paper

    • Pencils

    • Pens of assorted colors (blue and red for example).

  • Mr. M. Pearson

    • 3 ring binder no bigger than a 1 inch

    • Pencils

    • Disinfecting wipes for the keyboards and mice.

  • Mr. R. Cruz-Cardenas

    • A composition notebook

    • Single subject college ruled spiral notebook

    • Black pens and highlighters

    • 1.5 inch 3 ring binder with 4 dividers.

  • Ms. C. Cox

    • A 1.5 inch 3 ring binder

    • Pencils

    • Colored Pencils

    • Markers

  • Mr. R. Quintana (Algebra class only)

    • A 3 ring binder with loose leaf paper

    • 4 dividers

    • Mechanical Pencils for homework

    • Colored Markers or pens for note taking

    • Erasers

    • A Scientific Calculator. Please choose a Texas Instruments since I am familiar with these and will be able to help you use it properly.

Alarming Research about Glyphosates in our food

Millikan High School SLC Week

August 14-16, 2017

Click here to register.

Look to your right. There are parent volunteer forms.

Please help us make your child's MIT experience the best it can be by filling out the volunteer form on the right side of this page. Thank you.

AP Summer Bridge

Visit Millikan's main school page to sign up.

Did you miss our Freshman Orientation?

Free Breakfast for those interested in an Engineering Degree

Are you 10-17 years old? Cal State Dominguez Hill has a tech camp for you.

Seniors!!! Do you qualify for this year's MIT medallion?

Do you have a 2.0+ GPA? Have you taken 4 or more tech classes? Have you taken AP Classes? Email MR. Quintana to see if you qualify for the MIT Medallion. 




Know your rights! 2/15/2017

Feb. 15th from about 3-4:30.  An immigration lawyer will be discussing the rights of undocumented immigrants and how they can protect themselves if they are detained or in fear of deportation. Please use the link below to sign up anonymously for this meeting.




Financial Aide Help for Seniors

FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOPS: will begin Monday, Jan. 30th after school from 1 pm - 3:30 pm, they will be ongoing Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:40 pm - 3:30 pm until Tuesday, March 2nd. On Friday, Feb 3rd the CCC will be open from 7:30 am - 12 pm (College Advisers will be attending the Cal-SOAP Financial Aid Focus Event from 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm)

AP Elective Fair

The AP and Elective Fair is coming up at lunch in the quad on Monday, February 6th, and Tuesday, February 7th.

Click below to find out what is going on at Millikan.

!!!Order your MIT T-Shirt!!!

Please click here to view the order form. You may send your check Payable to MIT (and in the MEMO please write your student ID #) to Mr. R. Quintana in room 302.

Thank you!!!

Senior MIT students, Order your T-Shirt here

https://goo.gl/forms/Zbl4UPmgXJDUsAI12  You may send your check Payable to MIT (and in the MEMO please write your student ID #) to Mr. R. Quintana in room 302.

More Schollorships!!!

USC Norman Topping Scholarship


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USC Norman* Topping Scholarship Presentation

today during lunch at the College & Career Center


MIT at PCC campus for recruitment


Colleges visiting Millikan this week.



Monday, September 26th

Unscheduled events


Tuesday, September 27th

UCLA is Visiting Millikan @ 12:40 - 1:10 pm!

QuestBridge Scholarship Application is due at 11:59 pm


Wednesday, September 26th

Unscheduled events


Thursday, Sep 29th

College Advisers are attending the

CSU Counselor's Conference 

they will be out of the office for the day



Friday, Sep 30th
College Advisers are attending the Long Beach


they will be returning to the College & Career Center at 1:30 pm



OCT 19th SAT School Day!

Registration deadline is Oct 3rd!

Pick up your SAT Voucher this week!




Back to School Night, Tuesday October 4, 2016

2800 Snowden Avenue Long Beach, CA 90815

Phone: (562) 425-7441 • Fax: (562) 425-7441


Tuesday, October 4, 2016


TIME:                    5:30 – 6:00 p.m. – Student performances, food trucks, spirit wear, and vendor sales

                              6:00 – 8:09 p.m. – Classroom visitations (following a bell schedule)










WE ARE OPEN FROM 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM

If you have already received your SAT voucher

click on this link to register ASAP, print out

the confirmation, and bring it to

 the College & Career Center!


Colleges visiting Millikan this week.












Do you want to earn FREE college credit? Deadline is June 30th, 2016

LBCC is offering 3 courses if you are at least a sophomore in high school. Intro to Computers, Computer Technician Hardware Basics, and Java: Computer Science 1. These classes are college level courses and will require a strong level of maturity and a rigorous academic effort on your part to succeed. Find out more by clicking here. The deadline is June 30th!! 2016 Fall Flyer - COSA_1.pdf .

KIWANIS International Scholarship. !!!FREE MONEY!!!

Paul McClaughry - Matt Doyle Scholarships

The Kiwanis Club of Long Beach will be awarding six deserving seniors with scholarships. The Paul McClaughry–Matt Doyle Scholarships were established to ...more

Juniors and Sophomores

Hello, Millikan Juniors,

Do you have at least one AP class on your schedule next year? More than half of Millikan's seniors do!

Incoming AP students should get a head start on college and ...more



Seniors, check your honor status in the Counseling Office. Your cumulative GPA (grades 9-12) determines your honor status at graduation. A 3.0-3.49 graduates with honors (Gold Tassel), a 3.5-3.99 graduates with high honors (Gold Tassel, Gold Stole) and a 4.0 graduates with highest honors (Gold Tassel, Gold Stole, Gold Robe). A senior list is posted on the bulletin boards in the Counseling Office next to room 135. Check the list & SEE YOUR COUNSELOR asap if you feel the honor status indicated next to your name on the posted senior list is incorrect. You can also check your CSF (California Scholarship Federation) status on the posted list. See Erin Hill, room 835, for your NHS (National Honor Society) status.

Freshman Orientation

Hello Pre MIT students and families!!!!! Welcome to Millikan High School and to our MIT academy.

The Freshman Orientation be will held on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 from 6:30 PM to 8 in the small gym located toward the center of the school near the football field. There will be signs posted to guide you. There will be MIT spirit wear available to purchase and summer assignments will be discussed. Please feel free to email Mr. R. Quintana (RQuintana@lbschools.net) or Ms. M. Mize (MMize@lbschools.net) with further questions. As teachers we are heading towards finals and are extremely busy with our classes so please be patient for a response. Thank you and we look forward to meeting all of you! 


Seniors!!!! College Financial Aid INFO.



This FRIDAY (04/22), we will be hosting a "Award Letter Workshop" to go over financial aid award letters! It will take place in the college center from 1:15 p.m. to 2 p.m.! 


Please bring your college award letters and questions! See you all there!


Also ...

MARYMOUNT CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY will be on our campus TODAY (4/20/2016) during LUNCH!! Hope to see you there!

summer programs and scholarship opportunities


This annual program is designed to encourage graduating high school seniors and high school juniors entering their senior year to explore careers in the field of biomedical science. Click here to find out more.


T-Shirt Order Form in case you missed out.

T-Shirt Order Form in case you missed out.

LBCC to offer free Construction, Maintenance Training Programs

Port of Long Beach Intership

Attention Millikan Rams, Grades 10-12!

The Port of Long Beach has kicked off their preparations for the 2016 Summer High School Internship Program! On Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 at lunch in the Career Center, a representative from the Port of Long Beach will be stopping by to share information on this year's internship program.

Come to the career center during your lunch so you can get information on:

  • Types of internships available
  • What it takes to qualify
  • The application process
  • How awesome it would be to spend a summer working at the Port!
  • How much interns get paid
  • And much more!

The Summer High School Internship Program is open to students in the Long Beach Unified School District service area, grades 10-12, who have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. For more information, please refer to the attached flyer, and stop by the career center on the 23rd to get all your questions answered. Applications are available NOW- visit this link to access.  

Seniors!!!! College Application INFO.



A few things about sending transcripts:

  • ONLY request them if THE COLLEGE asked =)
  • First-Semester Transcripts are the most common transcripts being sent out right now, FINAL TRANSCRIPT WILL BE SENT ONCE YOU GRADUATE!!!!!
  • Parchment.com is the link where you can request transcripts. AND yes, it’s free.
  • You will be required to make an account with Parchment, but you do not need to complete the entire questions on the profile info, simply click on the "order" button. 
  • Always input “Hold for grades” once in the Parchment site when you are asked for when you would like for it to be sent.
  • LASTLY, again only request transcripts if the schools specifically requested for a FIRST SEMESTER TRANSCRIPT


For any other questions, please visit the College/Career Center =)

College Applications!!!!



We hope the winter break took a little edge off all of your senioritis...


Let's start 2016 off right by keeping up with everything college-related, don't drop the ball now! Many of you might feel done with applications if you only applied to UC/CSU but some of you are still working on private college apps, either way we all still have work to do...


First off, as many of you know, now that college application season is over, it is $$$ season! What's that mean? Free money? Could be! It's FAFSA & DREAM Act season and EVERYBODY should take part!

Biggest thing we hear is "My parents make too much money, I can't do the FAFSA/Dream Act Application"...NOT TRUE! The reality is that no matter what, anyone can apply with nothing to lose. It's a free application with the potential for anyone to receive federal aid. 


Speaking of $$$...we just started our Scholarship Binder full of opportunities and flyers. We keep it updated with new scholarships that we get so keep checking it to stay on top of the latest chances to get some money! Remember all those personal statements you wrote? You can use them for scholarships! Don't miss out on all the free money that goes unused every year that you could have =)


Also...KEEP CHECKING YOUR EMAILS!! There could be VERY IMPORTANT steps you should be taking to follow up with some of the colleges you applied to, such as sending in additional documents or creating login portals to keep up with application status, deadlines, etc. Please don't miss anything that could ruin potential acceptances!


Lastly, and importantly, PLEEEAAASEEE keep us posted at the College Center with your progress! All those acceptances some of you have been getting and will keep getting for the next few months...we need to know! So stop by, email us, etc. and show/tell us everything!


I know this was a long email...but it's all crucial info for staying on top of everything college-related. Stay motivated RAMS!


Come by the College Center if you have any questions =)



-Ms. Fai

MIT defeated

MIT defeated

MIT DOMINATING the Dodge-ball competition


Congressional App. Competition.

College and Career Calendar




October 7, 2015

College and Career Night #1:

Early Acceptance/Early Action Night

Parents – 5:30-6:15 p.m. Library

Seniors – 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., 301 Computer Lab


Parents of high-achieving juniors and seniors who may qualify for early decision admissions to selective universities should attend a parent presentation in the library.  No reservation needed.

Seniors should make a reservation in the Career Center, Room 323A, prior to the event.  Bring transcripts, resume, and personal statement drafts to the event.

October 14, 2015


PSAT and SAT at Millikan

During the School Day

9-10 Grade Automatically Enrolled in PSAT

11-12 Grade Invited to Enroll in Spring 2015

October 29, 2015

College and Career Night #2

UC/CSU/Private University Applications

Parents – 5:30-6:15 p.m. Library

Seniors – 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., 301 Computer Lab


Parents of students who may qualify for University of California, California State University, or private university regular admissions should attend a parent presentation in the library.  No reservation needed.

Seniors sign up for slots prior to the event at the Career Center, 323 A

Bring transcripts, resume, personal statement drafts.

November 12, 2015

College and Career Night #3 (Repeat of #2)

UC/CSU/Private University Applications

Parents – 5:30-6:15 p.m. Library

Seniors – 5:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m., 301 Computer Lab

Repeat of #2

Parents of students who may qualify for University of California, California State University, or private university regular admissions should attend a parent presentation in the library.  No reservation needed.

Seniors sign up for slots prior to the event at the Career Center, 323 A

Bring transcripts, resume, personal statement drafts.

October 9, 2015 (Friday)

The week of October 19th (MWF)

The week of October 26th (MW)

The week of November 2nd (MWF)

The week of November 9th (MF)

The week of November 16th (MTWRF)

November 30th (M)

College Application Workshops

Periods 7/8 until 3:30 p.m.

Career Center 323 A


Seniors – Sign up for slots prior to the dates at the Career Center, 323A

Bring transcripts, resume, personal statement drafts


NEW:  College “SWARM” – Seniors can receive application help periods 1-8 on November 17th.  Sign up in advance in the Career Center, 323 A.

January 21, 2016


Financial Aid Night and Dream Act

Various evening locations, times TBA

Parents of Seniors

February 4, 2016


Spring AP Parent Fair

6:30-p.m.-7:30 p.m., Location TBA

Parents of students interested in learning more about specific AP classes

February 2-5, 2016


Spring AP Student Fair

Rally Stage, Lunch

Students interested in AP classes

February 20, 2016

Scholarship Saturday

Parents – 9:00-10:00 a.m. in Library

Students – 8:30 -2:00 p.m., Locations TBA

Parents and students of juniors and seniors interested in applying for scholarships


March, 2016, Date TBA


Parents  and Students

6:30-7:30 p.m., Auditorium, Library, Cafe

Parents and students interested in learning about changes to the exams and how to read the results.

May 16, 2016


College and Career Night #4

Effective Transfers from Two-Year Colleges

5:30-6:15 p.m. Library

Parents and students interested in learning about transferring from two to four year colleges.

FBI Teen Academy, Saturday, November 14th, 9am - 4pm

The Office of Public and Congressional Affairs (OPCA) is holding an FBI Teen Academy for outstanding high school students. The Teen Academy is designed to provide students with high achievements in both academics and community service a unique opportunity to learn about the FBI. There will be presentations on cyber security, FBI recruitment, criminal enterprise investigations, as well as Evidence Response Team and Crisis Response Team demonstrations. Any student with an interest in the FBI is encouraged to apply. All students will be evaluated based on their GPA, school activities and community involvement, and essay to determine which students will be offered a seat in the class. The deadline for submitting the application is Friday, October 30th. Questions regarding the FBI Teen Academy or the application process can be directed to Community Outreach Specialist, Kay Ko at (310) 996-3354 or kyewon.ko@ic.fbi.gov.

(Click HERE for the application.)


María Miranda-Rosas

FBI Intelligence Analyst

Strategic Analysis Branch

Joint Regional Intelligence Center (JRIC)

Office: 562-345-1712

Cell: 310-780-0068




"Together, Towards Safer Communities"



To Receive JRIC Products

Visit www.jric.org

Click on "Register" Tab

Click on "Register to Receive JRIC Products"


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7 Female CEOs You Need to Know


Colleges Visiting Millikan

National College Resource Foundation/College Expo-October 19th @ 11 a.m.

Cal State Dominguez Hills-October 20th @ 11 a.m.

Humboldt State University***-October 20th @ 1p.m.

Duke University-October 22nd @ 11 a.m. 

All presentations will be held in the College and Career Center. We hope to you there! All presentations are open to ALL grade levels.

Millikan College and Career

Learn about the admissions processes for private University of California, and Cal Stat Universities. Seniors: Sign up in the Career Center for one-on-one assistance.

October 7: Early College Application Night

October 29: College Application Night

November 12 : College Application Night (Repeat of 10/29/15)

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM ==> Parents in Library

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM ==> Students in 300 Building Computer Lab.

Technology is woven into everything...,” Cindy Bates, Vice President of Microsoft’s Small and Medium Sized Business

What is Information Technology?

Summer Bridge 2015 8/24 through 8/26

Global Tech Senior Awards Banquet. Gift Cards, John's Burger Combos, USB extenders, and Google Chrome Casts were given away as prizes.

Freshman Orientation 2015 June 9, 2015 from 6:30 to 7:30 in the Small Gym.

Check out our INTERNSHIP FOLDER TO THE LEFT IN THE LOCKER! It's loaded with great stuff!!!!

Also, Click Here to find out about other 2015 paid internships

PI day at Millikan

Seniors---- Port of Long Beach Scholarship---- Underclassmen--- You should view this to see what you need for your Senior Year.

If you want to look this fabulous, there is still time to order your MIT T-shirt or sweatshirt.

MIT's JPL Trip Saturday October 11, 2014

Homecoming Selfie Central Photo Booth 10/10/2014 See Mr. Quintana in Room 328 to Order Prints @ $2 each.

Tailgate 2014.9.19

Summer Bridge 2014

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Parent Volunteers

Please click on the following forms to sign up and volunteer your needed help

Freshman Class of 2021

Sophomore Class of 2020

Junior Class of 2019

Senior Class of 2018

Financial Aide Presentation Tuesday 12/20/2016 and Wednesday 12/21/2016

This is a reminder for all Seniors that the College & Career Center is holding FINANCIAL AID presentations Tuesday, December 20th and Wednesday, December 21st during lunch and 7th & 8th periods. We will be handing out folders with packets of information for Seniors to take home to their parents over the winter break. The presentations are open on a first-come first-serve basis. SENIORS: Take advantage of this opportunity and learn more about FAFSA and the Dream Act (DACA) today!


Yvette Aguirre, Hyewon Cho, and Valeria Cortez

College Advisers

Information Technology Jobs

!!!Click below to find out what type of jobs the field of Information Technology can give you!!!



Where can my child receive tutoring?

There is tutoring after school in the Library and by clicking here, you can see when MIT teachers offer tutoring. 


What is Information Technology?

It is the technology involving the development, maintenance, and use of computer systems, software, and networks for the processing and distribution of data. ("Information Technology." Merriam-Webster.com. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2016.)

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Career and Technical Education

Listed below are the Career and Technical Education (CTE) standards and frameworks for California.