The Central Bucks School District is a suburban district located in the heart of Bucks County, with administrative offices in Doylestown, the county seat.
The district includes nine municipalities: the Boroughs of Chalfont, Doylestown, and New Britain; and the Townships of Buckingham, Doylestown, New Britain, Plumstead, Warrington, and Warwick.
Central Bucks has an area of 122 square miles and a population of almost 100,000.
Mill Creek Elementary, one of fifteen elementary schools in the Central Bucks School District, is located in Warrington, Pennsylvania. Mill Creek is situated on the former Shutt Farm bounded by Bristol Road on the north, Pickertown Road on the south, Folly Road on the east, and Lower State Road on the west. The school address is 638 Bellflower Boulevard. Entrance to the school campus is through the Reserve at Maple Knoll subdivision located on Lower State Road between Bristol Road and Pickertown Road.
Central Bucks has over 2,000 full and part-time employees, including almost 1,300 full-time equivalent contracted professional staff. The number of professional staff members with master's degrees or higher is over 700.
Central Bucks has a district-wide K-12 curriculum. The elementary program includes time allocations for all subjects; literature-based reading instruction, integration of reading and language arts, the writing process, hands-on-science, an award-winning social studies program, computer keyboarding and beginning application skills, and culminating performance assessments in third and sixth grades.
Special programs at Mill Creek include five part-time special education learning support classes, Instructional Support Teams, Early Reading Intervention (Reading Recovery®), Basic Skills and district remediation programs, before and after school care for elementary students, and summer remedial and enrichment programs.