Millennium High offers a comprehensive athletics program, including the following: Football (JV/V), Cross Country (Co-Ed), Girls Volleyball (F/JV/V), Cheer, Girls Basketball (V), Boys Basketball (JV/V), Girls Soccer (V), Boys Soccer (V), Baseball (JV/V), Softball, Track & Field (Co-Ed), Swim (Co-Ed), Boys Volleyball (V), and Golf (Co-Ed).
Notable achievements include 21 league titles and 7 section championships.
As a member of one of Millennium’s Athletic teams and the CIF, it is under the guidance that athletics is a privilege, not a right and that our Falcons are students first, athletes second.
The Tracy Learning Center believes that an interscholastic athletics program provides an opportunity for students to acquire tools for lifelong personal growth and fulfillment of their potential.
These tools include self-discipline, teamwork, perseverance, integrity, pursuing victory with honor, and grace through both victories and defeat. Furthermore, lifelong participation in physical activity is valuable for physical fitness and mental health.
In order to provide the greatest benefit to participants, Millennium High School strives to provide adult role models who exemplify the type of behavior and leadership to be developed from the program. The school also commits to provide, within the limits of reasonable resources, the broadest range of competitive programs for all who wish to participate.
While the school takes great pride in winning, it does not condone a winning at any/all cost attitude. Athletics is just one aspect of the educational program and will be conducted in a way that is complimentary and supportive of the Tracy Learning Center educational vision.
Participation in athletics at Millennium High School is a privilege, not a right. With that privilege comes the expectation that student-athletes are a positive representation of the athletic program both on and off the field/court and in school and throughout the community.