This summer, the district will offer free family community swim sessions at MHS pool for district residents. Children younger than 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Click here for calendar. 

At the Board meeting on June 18, three new administrators were hired-John Spieser, Stacy Smith, and Sarah Sloan. Read more...

On May 6, the district held two groundbreaking ceremonies for our new elementary schools! It was a celebration shared with local government officials, district staff, teachers, parents, students and our design (SHP) and construction (Turner) team. 

Congratulations to the Class of 2015 who graduated on Saturday, May 23 at the Cintas Center. The class of 430 seniors set a record with more than $15 million in scholarship offers! Best wishes to our graduates in their future endeavors!

Discover a fun and exciting introduction to the world of engineering! Milford JHS Robotics Camp will be held August 10-14 from 9 a.m.-12 noon for incoming 7th and 8th graders. Click here...

For the second straight year, Milford High School earned a silver medal from U.S. News and World Report in their annual Best High School rankings, placing them in the top 4% in the state! Milford High School also ranked in the top 10 of Cincinnati area high schools!

Milford High School's annual Academic Signing Day was held on Wednesday, April 29. More than $6 million in scholarships were offered to these top 25!  Read more...

Congratulations to our two top students of Milford's Class of 2015- Anna Anbalagan and Jamie Kuhn. They will be recognized at graduation this Saturday, May 23, 4 p.m. at Cintas.  Read more...

At the May Board meeting, Dr. Farrell will be recommending that Milford principals, Mrs. Kelli Ellison and Mr. Rob Dunn, switch roles for new school year. Read more...

Congratulations to Milford Exempted Village School District's 2015 Educators of the Year honored on April 22 by Milford Miami Township Chamber of Commerce. Read more...

On May 6, Boyd E. Smith's family, teachers, parents, dignitaries, & students had the chance to grab a shovel for the groundbreaking ceremony of its new school. Students, who will be in grades K-6 when the new building opens in 2016, are shown with Mr. Savage, Principal.

On May 6, long-time Milford educator Charles L. Seipelt and the Seipelt school community celebrated a  groundbreaking ceremony for their new school. Seipelt students, who will be in grades K-6 when the new building opens in 2016, are shown with Principal Sarah Greb.

At the Milford Board of Education meeting held on Thursday, May 21, 2015, the Board approved a motion to move forward on the land swap agreement with Clermont County Library. Read more...

 

Keiser Photography has set up a direct link to view and purchase photographs from Milford High School's 2015 graduation ceremony at http://eagles15.keiserphotography.com/

Check out our Quality Profile - a comprehensive, community‚Äźoriented addition to the state’s Local Report Card. Read more...

News & Announcements

Milford Welcomes New Adminstrators

At the Board of Education meeting held on June 18, 2015 the Board approved several hiring recommendations that impact district’s administrative team. Milford welcomes three new administrators to our team: John Spieser, Director of Secondary Curriculum and Instruction; Stacy Smith, District Technology Coordinator; and Sarah Sloan, Junior High, Assistant Principal. In addition, MJHS Assistant Principal Todd Wells, is becoming the Coordinator of Special Education.

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Changes to Milford High School Administrative Team

Milford High School will have some new faces in leadership positions for the 2015-16 school year. There are three new administrators and one administrator, Adam Reed, who will be the new principal of the Ninth Grade Community. In May, the district announced that Josh Kauffmann will become the next principal of Milford High School. Two new assistant principals, Misty Goetz and Robyn Jordan, have also been hired; one to replace Adam Reed and one in a newly created position. The high school team will now have three assistant principals to help better serve large class sizes of more than 500 students enabling administrators to develop stronger connections with both parents and students. 

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Congratulations to Graduates Earning Honor's Diplomas

Congratulations to the students in the Class of 2015 who earned the Honor’s Diploma. These top students worked diligently to maintain top grades and participated in many Honors and Advanced Placement courses.  In order to receive an Honor’s Diploma, students must meet 7 out of the 8 criteria which include: 4 credits of English, 4 credits of Math, 4 credits of Social Studies, 4 credits of Science (including Physics and Chemistry), 4 years of one Foreign Language or 2 years each of two languages, 1 Fine Arts credit, a 3.5 or higher GPA, and a 27 or higher on the ACT.    

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Milford Board to Move Forward on Land Swap with Clermont County Library

At the Milford Board of Education meeting held on Thursday, May 21, 2015, the Milford Board agreed to move forward on a land swap agreement with the Clermont County Library based on a recommendation from the district's Business Advisory Council.

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Valedictorian and Salutatorian-Class of 2015

Congratulations to our two top students of Milford's Class of 2015- Anna Anbalagan and Jamie Kuhn. They will be recognized at graduation this Saturday, May 23, 4 p.m. at Cintas. We are proud of Anna and Jamie for all of their outstanding academic and extracurricular achievements!

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Milford High School Students Respond to the "Word Gap"

When students in Betsy Woods’ “Seniors Read with Second Graders” class at Milford High School learned about the vocabulary gap between children under three years of age in different socioeconomic statuses, they decided to act.

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