Looking for Eagle spiritwear? Go to our new online spiritwear store. Click here

Milford offers adult community swim sessions and family swim sessions for district residents at the Milford High School pool. For the October schedule, click here.

Students and parents can promptly report bullying or safety issues on the Stay Safe Speak Up hotline.

Shortcuts

News

Upcoming Events

Click To View All News Articles

High School seeking Veterans & Active Military to speak

Posted on: October 8, 2019

Milford High School is seeking veterans and active duty members of the military to speak with social studies classes in celebration of Veteran's Day. Our Veteran's Day presentations to students will be held Friday, November 8. If you are interested in sharing

read more …

Gallery of Eagle Scholars Hard at Work

Posted on: October 8, 2019

Check out this gallery of photos showcasing some neat classroom projects. Our Eagle scholars have been busy learning new things! (Click on each picture to enlarge it and see details.) 

read more …

Fall Break begins Friday

Posted on: October 7, 2019

Fall Break begins Friday, October 11. Students do not have school Friday, Monday or Tuesday. Enjoy the long weekend! 

read more …

District finances are balanced and stableĀ 

Posted on: October 7, 2019

At their May 2019 meeting, the Board of Education approved the district’s Five Year Forecast. The 5-year forecast shows the District has a balanced budget. The forecast also shows that the district is projected to be in deficit spending beginning fiscal year 2021. The District projects that it will have the necessary cash balance to offset the spending deficit for several years. This surplus cash balance will allow the district to continue its operations and the budget will remain balanced. 

read more …

Congratulations 2019 Homecoming Royalty & Court

Posted on: October 5, 2019

At Friday’s football game, Milford High School crowned two female students as Homecoming Royalty. In past years, Milford High School has crowned a female homecoming queen and a male homecoming king. This year, because the “king and queen” are two female students, they will be referred to as “Homecoming Royalty.” This change in terminology was made to reflect the voice of Milford’s student body and to ensure all students have the opportunity to feel included. “Choosing students for Homecoming Court is a long-standing tradition that has always been completely decided by student votes, and this year is no different,” said Nancy House, Superintendent. “Congratulations to the 14 students who were picked by their peers to represent their class as Homecoming Royalty and Court.”

read more …

Homecoming Parade Information

Posted on: October 4, 2019

The Homecoming Parade begins Friday, October 4 at 5:45 p.m. from Mulberry Elementary and will arrive at the high school campus around 6:15 p.m. From Mulberry Elementary the parade route goes from Buckwheat Road to Hunt Club Drive to Monassas Run

read more …