The State of Ohio has awarded Milford Preschool program with its top five-star rating. The rating program, Step Up To Quality, is a five-star tiered quality rating and improvement system created to recognize and promote early learning and development programs that meet quality standards over and above the health and safety licensing requirements.
Milford's former Superintendent Dr. Robert Farrell's legacy will live on in Milford. At its meeting on December 15, the Board passed a resolution to name the future district administrative office building the"Dr. Robert B. Farrell Milford Exempted Village School's Administrative Office Building."
Milford graduate Aaron Strait has used his talents to give back to his high school. Aaron, who graduated from Milford High School in 2011, visited the high school on December 7, and donated $850 to the autism unit. Aaron presented the check to his former teacher Trena Panko.
Congratulations to sophomore, Jenna Bellonby, who had her photograph selected as a finalist in the Drexel University High School Photography Contest. Her work was chosen as top 50 from a pool of more than 1,200 photographs submitted nationwide!
Key Club will be hosting a Parent's Night Out at MHS for elementary children to enjoy holiday movies & snacks while you enjoy a night out. When: Friday, December 16, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Where: Cafeteria @ Milford High School - 1 Eagles Way Price: Only $5
This school year, Milford High School is offering an exciting new opportunity for students called Tech Squad. The Eagle Tech Squad course is a semester-long, hands-on study of technology integration in an educational context.
Thanks to the generosity of American Heart Association volunteers, Dr. Frank and JoAnne Noyes, and corporate supporter, Mercy Health, the American Heart Association’s “CPR in Schools” kits will be provided to train Milford High School students.