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About Our District
Milford Exempted Village School District has an enrollment of approximately 6,400 students in grades Preschool through High School.
There are nine schools in the district:
Milford High School--1,840 students (Capacity-1,365) --includes vocational students
Milford Junior High--1,075 students (Capacity-650)
McCormick Elementary--610 students (Capacity-600)
Meadowview Elementary--650 students (Capacity-600)
Mulberry Elementary--636 students (Capacity-600)
Pattison Elementary--667 students (Capacity-600)
Seipelt Elementary--382 students (Capacity-356)
Smith Elementary--524 students (Capacity-407)
Milford Preschool--150 students
Ohio Department of Education Rating
On February 27, 2013, the Ohio Department of Education released the official results of the 2011-2012 local report card. Milford School District is once again rated “Excellent” by the Ohio Department of Education. Milford has been rated “Excellent” or “Excellent with Distinction” for nine consecutive years. Milford has outstanding results, which continue to show improvement of our students’ performance on all the statewide tests. In fact, Milford earned the district’s highest-ever Performance Index Score of 105.1. This number has risen every year since 2008, and is an indicator that all students are performing at a higher level. Now, Milford is in the top 10% in the entire state based on Performance Index Scores!
Seipelt Elementary was also named a School of Promise by the Ohio Department of Education, which recognizes and highlights schools that are making substantial progress in ensuring high achievement for all students. It honors schools that have closed the mathematics and reading achievement gap for students who represent a range of socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds.
Follow the link to see the district's 2011-12 Local Report Card.
Bond Issue Finances Renovations of High School and JHS
After the community supported a bond issue in 2001, the district constructed four new elementary schools. The community also passed a bond issue in November 2007. The new millage went into effect at the same time that a millage drop related to the 2001 bond issue took place. So for property owners, there was no increase in taxes.The bond issue generated $31.375 million for new construction and renovation of Milford High School which serves more than 1,750 students, but has a capacity for 1365.
Due to the competitive market when the construction projects for the high school were bid and tight budget management, the district was able to add $5 million in additional projects beyond the original plan and still remain within our $31 million budget. These additional projects include replacing the roof and select windows, technology upgrades, athletic facility improvements, as well as an addition to the junior high.
Click on the following link to see more information, construction pictures, and photos for the Milford High School construction work.
Milford High School Bond Issue/Construction Projects