About Us

Fast Facts

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About Our District

Located in the northeast suburbs of Cincinnati, Milford Exempted Village School District serves approximately 6,600 students. The district has nine school buildings—a preschool, six neighborhood elementary schools, Milford Junior High School, and Milford High School.

Milford’s academic and extracurricular programs provide opportunities for all children to reach their full potential. Our students continue to perform at a high level. 

In 2017-18, Milford High School earned a silver medal from U.S. News and World Report in their annual Best High School rankings. Milford placed in the top 4% of the state and ranked in the top 10 of Cincinnati area high schools.

Enrollment By Building

As of May 2019

Milford High School       2,048
Milford Junior High School       1,044
Boyd E. Smith Elementary       525
Charles L. Seipelt Elementary       493
McCormick Elementary       606
Meadowview Elementary       693
Mulberry Elementary       598
Pattison Elementary       532
Milford Preschool       198


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Seipelt-National Blue Ribbon School

After being named a School of Promise in 2013, Charles L. Seipelt Elementary was selected as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2014 for outstanding academic achievement. Seipelt is one of just 239 Elementary Schools from across the nation to be named an Exemplary High Performing School as measured by state and national assessments.

Ohio Department of Education Rating

Milford School District is a high-performing school district. Click on the link below to learn more about our results on the most recent Ohio Department of Education local report card.

2017-2018 Report Card for Milford Exempted Village School District