Milliken Mills High School

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Milliken Mills High School
Milikenlogo.PNG
Address
7522 Kennedy Road
Markham, Ontario, L3R 9S5
Canada
Coordinates 43°50′15″N 79°18′12″W / 43.83750°N 79.30333°W / 43.83750; -79.30333Coordinates: 43°50′15″N 79°18′12″W / 43.83750°N 79.30333°W / 43.83750; -79.30333
Information
School type High school
Founded 1988
School board York Region District School Board
Superintendent Erik Khilji
Area trustee Juanita Nathan
School number 926817
Principal A. Corry
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 995[1] (October 2015)
Language English
Mascot Knights
Website
Last updated: February 2016

Milliken Mills High School is a high school in the city of Markham, Ontario, Canada. It is one of 29 high schools in the York Region District School Board.

The high school's construction was not scheduled to finish until January 1989 because of a construction worker strike. The students were sent to Unionville High School on September 1988 for the first semester of the school year. Unionville High students went to school from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and the Milliken Mills students went to school from 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Milliken Mills was fully operational in Spring, 1989.

Since its founding in 1988, the enrollment has remained around 1,600 students. Its service boundary area stretches north from Steeles Avenue, west to Warden Avenue, south from the 14th Avenue, and east to McCowan Road. Milliken Mills High School[2] is a multicultural school at the level of both students and staff, a microcosm of the surrounding community of Markham.[citation needed]

Technology[edit]

The school is equipped with over 420 workstations.[3]

Feeder schools[edit]

  • Aldergrove Public School
  • Highgate Public School
  • Milliken Mills Public School
  • Randall Public School
  • Wilclay Public School

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "York Region District School Board - Monthly Enrollment Report" (PDF). York Region District School Board. 31 October 2015. Retrieved 21 February 2016. 
  2. ^ School named after loyalist settler Norman Milliken, Principal's Message from Principal of Milliken Mills High School http://www.yrdsb.ca/schools/millikenmills.hs/info/Pages/Principals-Message.aspx
  3. ^ http://access.mmhs.ca/
  4. ^ Hayakawa, Michael (October 14, 2011). "Kottaras digs deep for Brewers". Newmarket Era. yorkregion.com. Retrieved July 8, 2014. 
  5. ^ "Steve Shurina Announces David Berghoefer Has Signed a National Letter of Intent". Western Carolina University. April 15, 2002. Retrieved July 8, 2014.