Milford High School's photojournalism students will meet weekly with 14 residents at SEM Villa through April and will chronicle the experience. Read more...

The Milford Athletic Boosters Club's premier event, Flight Night, will take place on March 10, 2016 and feature Pete Rose. A 600-seat sell out is expected. To order tickets, click here.

Voting began on January 11 to help Pattison win $10,000 in the Scottie's national Tree Rock video contest. Please keep voting every day through February 7. Read more...

Kudos to Milford High School's art department! A total of 28 works by Milford students were recognized during the 2016 Regional Scholastic Art Awards competition.  Read more...

On January 14, ODE released a component of the 2014-15 district and building report cards.  Milford's results exceeded the state averages and state indicators in every area. Read more...

Milford High School's has a specialized unit serving students on the autism spectrum who has been approved for an autism assistance facility dog, but must raise $15,000 first. Read more...

Registration for kindergarten begins on Monday, January 4, 2016.  Milford is offering both half and full-day classes. Parents must set up an appointment to register their child. Read more...

Residents of Milford School District can swim for free at Milford High School's pool during our open swim sessions every Tuesday and Thursday morning in February from 7:15-9:15 a.m.

Milford Exempted Village School District is holding open registration for its Preschool program for the 2016-17 school year on February 11 and February 17, from 4-7 p.m. Read more...

High Schools who have graduates that have played in a Super Bowl have received a gold football recognizing that accomplishment from the NFL. Milford High School was recognized for developing and supporting the career of outstanding alum Zach Strief. 

The construction of our two new elementary schools is on track with both schools slated to open for 2016-17 school year. Check out the progress through our photo gallery. Click here.

MHS AAA Driving School Spring session begins in March. For flyer & registration form, click here.   

Milford continues to shine in so many areas - from academics to fiscal responsibility to service - all showcased in the annual Quality Profile released on September 14. Read more...

News & Announcements

MHS Autism Fundraising Campaign for Service Dog

The Autism Behavior Unit at Milford High School is a specialized classroom serving students on the Autism Spectrum. The unit has been approved by 4Paws for Ability in Xenia, Ohio for an autism assistance facility dog. The dog will be trained to meet the needs of our students with disabilities and help them achieve their goals, but they need to raise $15,000 first.

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MHS Art Students Earn 28 Honors in Scholastic Art Awards!

Kudos to Milford High School's art department and our talented students! A total of 28 works of art by Milford High School students were recognized during the 2016 Regional Scholastic Art Awards competition. Ten works received Honorable Mention; ten works were granted a Silver Key; and a total of eight works earned a Gold Key award. 
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Board Holds Work Session on Final Phase of Facilities Plan

On January 28, Milford Board of Education held a work session to discuss future construction plans in the district.  SHP Design lead architect, Charlie Jahnigen, who designed the new Seipelt and Boyd E. Smith buildings, led the session. The goals of the meeting were to help the Board and administrators establish a greater understanding of the scope of the project needs for Milford Junior High School and High School and to set a timeline for the next steps in the process.

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Photojournalism Students Partner with SEM Residents

Milford High School's photojournalism students, under the direction of teacher Janelle Schunk, have partnered with 14 residents at SEM Villa and will meet weekly with their partners through April. The goal of the partnership is to provide high school photojournalism students with a meaningful real-world application of the skills they are developing in the classroom, while also providing needed connection and social interaction for senior residents in our community.

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City of Milford Purchases Main Property

At the January Board of Education meeting, the Board approved the City of Milford’s offer to purchase property upon which Main is located (525 Main Street) after demolition and abatement from the district.  The city will pay $360,000 for the property, which covers the price of teardown and demolition.  The building is expected to be demolished sometime this winter.

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Kindergarten Registration for 2016-17

Registration for part-time and full-time kindergarten in Milford Schools began on January 4, 2016. To insure your child has a place in the full-day program at your local elementary, it is important to call soon to schedule an appointment with Mr. Jay Batterson, Central Registration, at (513) 576-4178. A lottery will be held on Friday, February 12, 2016, at 4 p.m. to determine who is admitted into the all-day program. A one hundred dollar deposit is required on the day of registration, but will be refunded if your child is not chosen through the lottery. 

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