Millbrook High School (North Carolina)

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Millbrook High School
Millbrook High School, Raleigh.jpg
2201 Spring Forest Road
Raleigh, North Carolina 27615
United States
Type Public
Established 1923 (1923)
Principal Dana King
Schedule A/B Block, 8 classes
Nickname Wildcats

Millbrook High School is a public high school located in Raleigh, North Carolina. The school is part of the Wake County Public School System. It is located near East Millbrook Middle School. In 2006, MHS finished its renovation of its campus which includes a new three-level building, a new courtyard for students, and a larger cafeteria making MHS one of the largest and up to date facilities in the WCPSS system. Millbrook has a monthly newspaper named the Cat Talk, and thanks to their creation of 'Wiley the Wildcat", Millbrook officially named the school mascot, a wildcat, Wiley. Performing arts include marching band, drama, choir, dance, technical theater and an orchestra. Millbrook's biggest rivals include Sanderson, Broughton, Wakefield and Leesville. In 2009, Millbrook High School was granted International Baccalaureate status by the North Carolina Board of Education. The changes were implemented with the incoming class in the 2011–2012 school year.

Notable alumni[edit]


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Coordinates: 35°51′57″N 78°36′14″W / 35.8657062°N 78.6038915°W / 35.8657062; -78.6038915