Welcome to all families new to Millikan Middle School Performing Arts Magnet!
Please visit our self-serve registration appointment website. to make a registration appointment. You can choose a time and date that works for you, download and print many of the documents necessary to complete registration and even cancel or change your appointment time.
Please note that any and all questions regarding registration should be addressed to the Attendance Office as they are the most knowledgeable about the registration process!
7th and 8th grade students, please visit this page to see all advanced elective and dance flyers.
UPCOMING IMPORTANT DATES:
Performing Arts Magnet
It is expected that Parent Selected/Waiting List Letters will be sent to parents by the Office of Student Integration beginning 3/19/18. Online applicants will have an online accept/decline option through their parent account (echoices.lausd.net) beginning 3/19/18. The last day to accept or decline a magnet seat offered is 4/6/18. Please see the guide at the right for assistance accepting or declining your magnet seat.
Charter Lottery/Performing Arts Academy/Math Academy/Cinematic Arts Academy @ Millikan (CAAM)
Millikan will be emailing all Academy and Charter Lottery applicants the status of their application beginning 3/8/18. The last day to accept or decline the charter lottery seat/academy placement offered is 4/6/18.
To apply for the 2018-2019 school year, please click here: http://echoices.lausd.net/
The LAUSD Magnet Program is a court-ordered, voluntary integration opportunity available to all students in grades K-12 who live within the boundaries of LAUSD. It offers specialized courses or curricula designed to attract students based on their interests while stressing academic excellence, cooperative/experiential learning, interdisciplinary coursework, and peer collaboration.
The purposes of LAUSD'S magnet program are to:
- provide an integrated educational and personal experience which prepares students to function in a diverse society
- eliminate, reduce or prevent long-standing patterns of racial isolation.
Magnet openings are determined by the need to maintain a racially balanced enrollment and are filled by available space. Only gifted, high ability, highly gifted Magnets require specific eligibility criteria. No other screening, including grades, placement tests or auditions may be used as criteria for admitting or eliminating students.
The Performing Arts Magnet at Millikan is co-located on the regular school campus with access to activities and experiences being shared by the whole school, to include 3 theme based academies. In particular, the Magnet shares many of the same performing arts teachers with the Performing Arts Academy, but has its own teachers for traditional content in math, English, history and science. Performing Arts Magnet students who qualify have access to honors classes.
Explore the links to the right to learn more about the magnet program.
Buses will leave at 1:33 every Tuesday except for the following dates: