September Newsletter


Applying to College

Your child should have narrowed his/her college options down to 3-5 possibilities over the summer (1 dream school, 2-3 realistic options, 1-2 definite options). As a family, you should be having serious discussions about what college(s) your child can attend based on the academic and financial requirements of those school(s), in addition to size of the school, distance from home, availability of potential majors, etc. Applications are available on each college’s website, along with their academic and testing requirements. 6th semester transcripts, which are required by every college for admissions consideration, will not be available until late August early September.



Mrs. Farmer handles all recommendations including Common Applications and secondary school reports. If a recommendation is needed, your child needs to provide her with a resume and a completed Student Brag form. Recommendation letters will not be given to the student to protect the integrity of the contents.


Requesting Transcripts

Requesting Transcripts 6th semester transcripts (through 11th grade) will be ready in late August-early September. Transcripts can be requested with Mrs. Hayes in the guidance office 1st-4th period daily.  It is your child’s responsibility to insure he/she is requesting transcripts in time for any deadlines. After graduation transcripts are $5.00 dollars in person and $6.00 dollars online.



ACT at Millington All students classified as 12th graders will take the ACT free of charge Tuesday, October 1st.


ACT Tutoring

Several agencies around the Memphis area provide tutoring at various price points and schedules.

 Contact each for more information:

*901 Test Prep-

*Bowie Tutoring-

*Jane Ross Tutoring-

*No Limits Tutoring-

 *Singleton Community Center, Gary McCormack- call 901-385-5593


Graduation Service

Graduation Service is the company handling Millington Central High School’s graduation announcements and cap & gown. An information meeting for students will be held October 23rd to review the available announcement packages. Graduation Service will return November 1st  to allow students to place orders during lunches. Information about prices and forms of payment will be provided during the October 23rd meeting.



The Class of 2020 will graduate Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 7pm at Millington Central High School. Practice is required (unless permission is granted by Mrs. Farmer) and will be held at 11am May 14th at MCHS.



Recruiters on Campus

Recruiters will visit Millington Central High School during all lunches (unless otherwise noted) in the guidance office. Students may visit during lunch or with teacher’s permission and a hall pass


MCHS Financial Aid Night

MCHS will host its annual Financial Aid Night October 15th from 5:30 pm-6:30 pm in the computer lab.  October 1st FAFSA opening application day. Filing the FAFSA is the only way to apply for the Tennessee Hope Lottery scholarship and required for students pursuing the Tennessee Promise scholarship.


College and Career Nights

 *Memphis Area College Night- Monday, September 16th, 6pm-8pm, Agricenter International; this event is for all Mid-South high school students and their families; go to for more information

*Millington Central High School College and Career Night-  September 20th , 12:30pm-2pm,

*Memphis Christian College Fair- Monday, September 30th, 6:30pm-8:30pm, Bellevue Baptist Church; this event is open to all Mid-South high school students and families and will be attended by private, Christian colleges; go to for more information



Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the application required for students to be considered for federal grants, loans, work study, Tennessee Hope Lottery scholarship and Tennessee Promise. Students and parents need a FSA ID, which can be obtained, along with the online FAFSA application and list of required documents to apply, at The FAFSA application will open October 1st and the earlier you and your student apply, the better the chances of monetary assistance- once the money runs out, it’s gone!