On November 14, Milford High School Marching Band performed in the preliminary round of the Bands of America Grand National Championships in Indianapolis and qualified for the semi-finals along with the other top bands in the nation!

Don't miss Milford Junior High School's annual talent show Friday, November 21. Tickets are $4 at school or $5 at the door.

Congrats to Milford junior football standout Ben Greenwell who earned a spot on the Associated Press All-Southwest District 1st team for his efforts as the Eagles’ punter during the 2014 season. Ben is also ranked #1 academically in the junior class!

Congratulations to the following 8th grade MJHS band members for being selected by audition for the Ohio Music Education Association's District 14 Junior High Honor Band! Read more...

On September 30, Charles L. Seipelt Elementary School was named a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School! Seipelt is one of just 239 Elementary Schools from across the nation to be named an Exemplary High Performing School. 

Milford Schools Foundation recognized nine outstanding Milford graduates for their achievements. On October 31, several of the honorees spoke to Milford seniors. Read more...

Milford Schools is proud to announce that we have three National Merit Scholar Semi-finalists, placing them in the top 1% of U.S. high school seniors. Read more...

Congratulations to Jacob Dobrowolski, Amanda Dominique, Jamie Kuhn and Christopher McKnight (not pictured) who have been named 2015 National Merit Commended Students placing in the top 5% of the 1.5 million students who took the PSAT test.

Seipelt staff and students celebrate their distinction as a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School!

Parents and students packed Keiser Photography on October 23 to see the beautiful portraits created by our Photo I students of their classmates' who have disabilities. Read more...

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

News & Announcements

Calling All Veterans!

Milford School District will continue its tradition of honoring veterans at its November Board of Education meeting. The Board will award high school diplomas to veterans who did not earn a diploma because their education at Milford High School was interrupted to serve their country in times of war. It is the seventh year that the district has awarded diplomas to veterans.

In addition to presenting diplomas, all area veterans are invited to attend the November Board meeting for recognition of their years of service. Veterans are welcome to come in uniform. There will be a short program at the beginning of the meeting with patriotic music and a presentation of certificates. The Board meets on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at Milford High School, One Eagle Way, at 7 p.m.

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Pattison Science Students Hands-On Experiences

Pattison students are seeing science in a whole new light. DeAnn O'Toole, a 4th Grade Math and Science teacher at Pattison Elementary, has involved her students in an archaeological dig at Valley View Nature Preserve and brought them for field work at a University of Cincinnati outdoor classroom.

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Milford Foundation Recognizes Distinguished Alumni

Nine outstanding Milford High School graduates will be recognized for their achievements at a special weekend of celebrations on beginning on Friday, Oct. 31.

The Milford Schools Foundation will host two special events to celebrate the accomplishments of this year’s honorees. Members of this year’s class of distinguished alumni are: Dow Rogers, class of 1941; Walker (Eugene) Fesmire, class of 1947; John Cooper, class of 1966; Melissa (Noakes) Borger, class of 1981; Joe Cadle, class of 1981; David Shepherd, class of 1981; Tom Watson, class of 1983; Sarah Elizabeth (Curry) Rathel, class of 2001; Katie Broecker, class of 2000 (posthumous award).

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Photo Students Partner with Multiple Disabilities Class to Showcase Beauty

Internationally-acclaimed fashion photographer Rick Guidotti has photographed many of the world's most elite super models. He began focusing his lens on the beauty of those who have genetic, physical, and behavioral differences, which has inspired millions around the globe to reinterpret the meaning of beauty. Guidotti shared his work and message with Milford High School photography students in September.

To further extend Guidotti’s message into the high school curriculum, a Photography I class partnered with Milford High School’s multiple disabilities classrooms and learned about the technical aspects of portrait photography and explored the idea of real beauty. Click on read more to see these amazing photos.

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Fall Community Swim Milford High School

Milford Exempted Village School District is once again opening its pool to the community for open swim sessions. The fall session of adult lap/open swim will be held every Tuesday and Thursday morning at Milford High School, from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., through December 18.

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Teaching Professions Program Gives Keynote

Milford High School Teaching Professions presented the keynote session to a group of 350 teenagers on October 10, 2014 at the Miami University Teacher Academy Symposium. Milford students shared experiences with the whole group as well as lead activities to get the spectators up and moving.  

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Open Swim*

MHS Pool 6:30 a.m.-9 a.m *November 6, 11, 13,18, 20, 25

Thursday, Nov 6, 2014

Board of Education Meeting

Veteran's Recognition MHS-7p.m.

Thursday, Nov 20, 2014

Thanksgiving Break

No School

Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014

Thanksgiving Break

No School

Thursday, Nov 27, 2014

Thanksgiving Break

No School

Friday, Nov 28, 2014