Agood high school. Great hires in Ms Brake and Mr. Carter. They interact well with parents and staff. Are always visiable at sports and interact with students ,teachers and board members.
As a parent of 3 children, I am overall pleased with the changes the school has made. By acquiring Principal Cooper, I feel the school is moving in the right direction. I like the idea as a parent I can walk-into the school and get a warm greeting by the front office staff, (which was not present before) and I actually see people working! I have also had a chance to shake her hand and ask questions about her leadership and the direction she is pursuing to take the school. Principal Cooper, not only answered my questions, but allowed me as a parent to be heard. I hope that Principal Cooper, can pass her passion for education to the rest of staff members, and keep the tradition of Milford H.S. alive via academics, and the student body. -Go Buccaneers!
Milford High School like any school has positives and negatives. I find the school to be satisfactory. There is too much emphasis on sports and spending seems to follow that path. The arts are ok but could be so much more especially with a weakening feeder program. (band and chorus) Academically my daughter has done well but we have run into problems with a few teachers and their control of the class orcomplete incompetence. I find this administration to be less than satisfactory and student bullying is a problem. The fact that racial tension is slowly growing seems to be lost or ignored by those in charge. This problem (racial) is minor now but needs to be addressed. The are many positives about the school but number one the retirement of this superintendent will be felt. He did an outstanding job.
I have three teen girls that go the Milford High and they all love this school. Anytime that I need to know anything the school staff is always ready to help me out. I will always speek highly of this school.
The sports at milford are amazing track and feild in 2008 confrence champs for boys and 2008 football becoming divesion 2 state champs
I feel they don't focus on Children that has Health issue's or mental issue's. My experience has been ungratifiting and extremly upsetting to any parents with a child of this nature. I have been mislead in many different directions and have begin to take action in my own hands. I will fight for the right of a child and for other children. Thank you for taking the time to read this. There will be a Article in the Milford Beacom sometime in December.
i go to the school and i think that it has a great track team and is really school spirited and has excellint teachers
MHS is an excellent school with a great Honors Program. The school works hard to prepare all students for some type of post-secondary study. Discipline problems are few and my children tend to like how they are treated by teachers and administration.
Milford High School has pros and cons like all schools. The arts program was quite good. The chorus teacher is very dedicated and works hard to develop the students in chorus. They have block scheduling there so a student would likely take a foreign language like Spanish (the only option at present) for one semester of a school year. The same is true for the other major subjects. This means that there is much less continuity, the classes are so long that it is difficult to pay attention, and there is less content(and usually no homework). Parent input is not especially welcomed.
I know that the High School in Milford is great, but that is not the reason for this message. In the local papers I saw the 'Newly Hired' teachers and 75% of them were OVERWEIGJHT...yet the cafeterria in the school is going ALL OUT with 2% milk to help students with weight problems. They are also going to a more healthy menu. Seems that the Teachers need the HELP and MENU.
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