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Midlothian, VA
Students enrolled: 209
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15100 Millwood School Lane
Midlothian, VA 23112

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(804) 639-3200
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June 13, 2014
We've had a very good experience with Millwood Upper School. Our son is severely dyslexic, but also bright, and felt very out of place in our excellent public school system. Millwood is small enough to give him the support and accommodations he needs to excel. He's risen from being a C student to being a member of the National Honor Society, in no small part due to the thinking and writing skills he's learned while at Millwood.

- submitted by a parent
June 08, 2014
Our experience has been mixed. The 1st grade teacher is compassionate and dedicated. We dis-enrolled based on differentiated needs our child has. They advertise individualizing for the child. They can adjust the pace (up or down) to the level of the child, but they did not differentiate approaches enough to the learning style of our child. Their approach is more sequential, rote drill and practice and knowledge reproduction. Our departing experience with administration, head of school, and school board representative has been upsetting. Once we had made the decision to not re-enroll for next year, it felt like we and our needs were disregarded. There is a small, but influential, very involved and exclusive group of parents who aggressively confront in the name of protecting a positive image of the school. Any criticism is branded as negative, and there is sometimes gossip about those not in the mold. This can be overwhelming and create an environment of distrust. The administration is listening to and hopefully addressing these concerns. Once the atmosphere is more inclusive and democratic feeling, then it will be in line with some of the other good things the school offers.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2014
I stumbled across this site tonight and I'm sad to read the previous review from an obviously unhappy parent. I've known the head of school for many years and what she is guilty of is bad eyesight, not rudeness. I would give her the benefit of the doubt that it's hard to keep up with 400 parent names, 200+ student names and the few thousand other family and friends' names from former years that she must encounter all over town. She's been at the school for 25 years. That is a lot of names . As far as stale curriculum, I know that isn't accurate. In fact, my lower school child just started a new math program this year. And, the middle/upper school math teachers were meeting last week about enhancements for next year. My wife and I think this school is a bargain. We aren't big donors but give what we are comfortable as there is no outside funding. Philanthropy is a part of any private school education. We've never felt pressure to do anything more. It's about providing a nurturing yet rigorous education. I love the self introductions, public speaking and focus on writing and reading. I'll be sad when my kids graduate and I don't seem the other MWS families I like so much.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2014
Pros: Small classes and community. Nice physical setting. Parent involvement. Good extended care hours. Cons: Teach the same stale curriculum (year after year). Do not teach to the child, but teach to the task. Community inclusion dependent on your donations of time and money. Focus is on displaying positive (not realistic) image of the school and perceived "negativity" of the school is censored (sometimes with a call to the person). Watch for a deluge of many positive reviews on this site within a short period in response to this review! More concerned with enrollment numbers. Head of school and founder will smile and greet you at the school, but will not recognize you standing next to you in the store (unless you are a "believer", of important status, or contribute large donations.) Unacceptable in such a small school. Millwood is better than public school, but trails other private schools in the area because they don't have a niche or specialty. They have not delivered us a product commensurate with the tuition they charge. Millwood is way too traditional and general in their approaches, making them little more than a small, generic, high- cost school.

- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2012
Our middle school aged daughter is very happy at Millwood. We like the small class size and corresponding personal attention. We have been very impressed so far.

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2012
Millwood truly supports the mission of the school in every detail in their curriculum: Developing the mind, body and fostering moral values starts in JK and continues through their senioy year. Seniors engage the youngest of children, (often seen playing games on the playground) and Millwood is like our second family away from home. I could not imagine having my three kids anywhere else.

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2012
Our child is an upper school student at Millwood. Our previous experience with the public school gifted program was good, but lacking. We chose to attend Millwood instead of the one of the fine specialty schools offered through the county for several reasons. The unbelievable qualified, credentialed, and creative staff promised and delivered a superb educational experience specifically tailored to the needs and desires our child. Classroom instruction involves so many creative avenues for learning and growth. We appreciate that art and music are offered throughout K-12. The head of the school is fantastic at what she does. One of her great talents is to be able to seek out and hire the most talented and gifted teachers and staff! No detail escapes her attention. The campus, facilities, people, education, character . . . everything gets the right amount of attention and care. Lastly, communication from the head of the school, key leaders, and teachers has been open and thorough from day one. Our whole family has been made to feel welcome. This school and the people involved with it have greatly improved our lives.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2012
My wife and I chose Millwood School 3 years ago because we value education above all. Currently we have a 2nd grader and kindergartner both attending and when our youngest is ready she will attend as well.. Millwood School offers individual attention and most important to us smaller class sizes. Chesterfield county schools are just overcrowded as I was astonished when I heard this fall 2012, there are 5 kindergarten classes with 20 plus kids per class at our own public elementary school - that just won't work for us - seems like Kindergarten at Virginia Tech.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2012
Our son started Millwood School as a Kindergartener and has just started his 3rd grade year. The small class size and limitless curriculum were the 2 things that brought us to Millwood and they are the reasons we have have stayed. The communication with the teachers is fantastic. I feel like the staff as well as his teacher really "know" my son. We look forward to being part of the Millwood family for many years to come!

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2012
My gifted student was struggling in a "great" public school in the gifted education program. The problem was the class was too overcrowded, the teachers overworked, and they could only teach to the middle. Switching her to Millwood is the greatest thing we have ever done. They recognize and appreciate her gifts and support her struggles. She has excelled in ways that were never possible in public school. They really teach to each child as an individual and help each achieve their best. The teachers are patient but challenging and really work as a team with the student and parents. The Head of School has amazing vision and challenges her staff to do better each year. Millwood is everything you would hope for your child's education in school and in life.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2012
We moved our daughter to Millwood from public education. In the public school She was coming home 3 out of 5 days sad, upset and hating school. Homework was a challenge and in a class of 25 she was invisible to her teachers. She had no confidence in herself. At Millwood she has become confidant in herself and not afraid to raise her hand for fear of being ridiculed if she had the wrong answer. Her teacher has been in contact with me since the first week of school and we have worked together on strategies that have changed our life. I rarely have to fight over homework, even though more is expected. She has not come home once sad or upset. I highly recommend Millwood School to any parent that is looking for a non secular school that does not teach for a SOL grade, they teach to each child and gives them a love of learning.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2012
Millwood School was the best decision we have ever made for our daughter! Millwood School's emphasis on a superior education and character building practices are nothing short of amazing. I cannot say enough about this gem, class size remains small and the dedicated teachers offer the one-on-one time with children that allows them to grow. The Head of School is 100% committed to this school and cannot be matched in drive, devotion or leadership skills! I recommend this school highly to anyone looking for an outstanding education and an environment where your child(ren) will flourish!

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2012
Millwood School We have had our 2 kids at Millwood for 7-years now. It has been a wonderful experience. The teachers are phenomenal. My kids receive personal attention. Fortunately, they are able to customize the education to enable a challenge for my kids who might otherwise be bored. Wonderful experience!

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2012
We switched to public schools after attending Millwood for eight years, and I am pleased to say that the public middle school we attended did not fail to disappoint . They offered many choices for students, they did not badger you about money, and the teachers were great. Millwood lacks academically. After being "moved" to a higher level of Saxon math in fifth grade "because I did well on my testing" and literally skipping a book, I have had extreme trouble in math ever since. The only subject I felt prepared for in public schools was English. I cannot fathom the incredibly ridiculous notion of sending your highschool child to school here. In the 2006-2007 version of the school year book on page 58, it notes "...the future of Millwood's new middle school building looks bright!" As most of you know, the desolate and barren lot next door is claimed to be the home of the highschool [please note, "highschool"] building. My, how our ambitions change over time. It is great to have dreams, but for the sake of the children, keep them realistic. Build up this -elementary- school, make it better, and then maybe parents will have more confidence in Millwood as a whole.

- submitted by a community member
October 17, 2011
We have two children at Millwood (1 in 2nd and the other in 6th) and we love the experiential learning the kids are getting. I pulled my kids out of public school for fear they wouldnt get the attn necessary to have a top notch education. millwood has not disappointed. The teachers seem genuinely interested in challenging my kids and the other children have welcomed them with open arms. In order to meet other families and get acclimated, I have volunteered on some comittees. I love the passion of the head of school and the warmth of the asst director. I am very satisfied with the academic rigor and the focus on citizenship and community service. I recommend visiting to get a feel for the warmth and strength of the school.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2011
Millwood has really gone down in quality over the last several years. My child started in the JK program and had been at the school for 4 years. Each year, more programs were cut due to the bad business decision to expand to a high school. The high school has less than 10 students! This year parents had to drive the kids on field trips because the school couldn't afford to rent one. In my child's class, half of the 12 students are not returning due to the poor quality of the teacher who is also the head of the lower school. She was not very adaptive to the individual teacher and made for a very difficult school year. I would not suggest this school to anyone unless you want a mediocre education for your child. I wasted $50,000 which could have been used for my child's college tuition savings. I am moving on to the county schools which hold their teachers accountable.

- submitted by a parent
May 28, 2011
This is an update from an earlier review. While my prior note is still accurate, I now believe we may have to make a change. Our friends have helped us pump money into this school and our child is being targeted as being academically slow and the teaching quality is pigeon holing this young woman / man as a educational liability without offering assistance. Please keep in mind that all extra resources for this not inexpensive school will cost you significant funds. Over the course of the year expect it to cost the same as the price of tuition. Consider this closely when looking at Millwood versus the other single sex and coeducational programs in the Richmond area.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2011
I am the parent of children that are current current students, as well as one that has graduated and is starting college. Throughout the many years as a parent of the school, there are many opportunities for parents to participate in the education of the children. The teachers and principles take an interest in the children and care for their development. The only criticism I have of the school is that while it announces that it will work with each student to their abilities, that those with exceptional talents are not pushed to their limits. We realized this when moving from middle school to one of the private high schools in the area. Our child was not prepared for the academic rigor of the next level because she / he was not pushed enough in the middle school curriculum. The elementary school, however, is excellent. Please, whoever is reading this, keep in mind that although I have offered a constructive criticism to the middle school, I have still sent my other children to the school. It truly is a great place for young people to explore the world.

- submitted by a parent
October 13, 2010
We have a daughter who went to Millwood for several years. Never once did I feel welcome by other parents or staff. As an example, tragedy struck our family and no one mentioned it or even seemed concerned. We have been at other private schools where the entire school helps a family in our situation. Not one parent or administrator even seemed to care. The family atmosphere exists only on the surface - it is not real. Some teachers were amazing, some were just average. In my personal opinion, the lower school is better than the middle school. I can't imagine sending my child to a high school with 4 or 5 kids.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 29, 2010
I have had 2 children at Millwood School, with one recently graduating out and one in second grade. I am so thankful for Millwood School.There is a sense of purpose for the future. My only wish is that Millwood would become a high school . My son is far above all the other students in atheletics, foreign language and academics, public speaking has been nominated into the National Honor Society. He is a respectful and responsible young man. At Millwood you do not see children being disruptive in the halls and you are even greeted by the lower grade children with a hand shake and a 'Welcome to Millwood School. My daughter is happy every day she gets to go to school. They also have the older students mentor the younger, growing relationships. Millwood is an awesome school. You will not be disappointed.

- submitted by a parent
December 20, 2009
As a mother, I was looking for a school that would give my children an academic advantage as they grew but was also a nurturing environment. I found exactly that in Millwood School! My boys are thriving and I'm so thankful for the excellent teachers that go above and beyond. Millwood also takes the time to focus on character and social development. This school is worth every penny we spend in tuition!

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 16, 2009
We are absolutely thrilled with our decision to send our 2 boys to Millwood. They are both thriving there and love learning. Millwood offers the best combination of great academics, athletics, and character development in the Richmond/Midlothian area.

- submitted by a parent
November 30, 2009
Millwood is an exceptional school! Class size is about 14 , so they have the capability of offering a customized education to each student. In middle school the kids have PE 3 times a week. Faculty & staff are top notch. Millwood School offers a well rounded education in a safe & supportive environment.

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 24, 2009
Well I'm one of the older students of MWS and my opion of my school is very amusing actually. I think Millwood is an outstanding school, I know some of my peers would disagree. They push us hard as if we are in military school. We listen to our teachers, and if we don't trust we are punished. Some teachers are harder than others, my eighth grade english teacher is very strict but she has taught me a lot. I owe a lot to my gym teacher Mr.P he pushes us girls hard in basketball and we are very succesful, I hope this letter has helped you. Trust me you will fall in love with MWS the second you walk in.

- submitted by a student
November 17, 2009
I have two daughters at Millwood. Simply put, Millwood has been a second family and like family, you get back what you put in. I am active in some parent groups and development and I have always felt welcome and valued. My daughters love their teachers and the teachers truly care about them and their success. For example, my oldest daughter was new to Spanish in 7th grade. The Spanish teacher came in early and on her own time to work with my daughter until she was caught up with the other students. My children are challenged both mentally and physically and though they are shy by nature, they have the self-confidence to look an adult in the eye, shake their hand and say hello. I could not be happier with our choice to attend Millwood.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 11, 2009
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times .... When you get good teachers, Millwood is great. If you end up with any of the mediocre teachers -- about 60% of the faculty -- it's a struggle for both the student and the parent. Bullying can be a problem, as the aggressors have figured out how to play the system. As with a lot of private schools, if you have a lot of money you'll get better treatment. Since we give a lot to the school, over and above regular tuition, we get treated well.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 11, 2009
Millwood has been an exceptional school for my children. The small classes and individual attention have helped them become stronger more confident children. This is a school that looks at each child as an individual (not a number) and challenges him/her to grow and learn. The parents are always welcome and invited to participate in and out of the classroom. If you are interested in Millwood, I would HIGHLY recommend that you contact current parents to ask them questions. Other parents are friendly and helpful! Good Luck with your search!

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2009
Until about fourth grade, we were happy with Millwood's schooling of our two children. We made many recommendations for parents to send their children to Millwood. When fifth grade came, things just seemed to fall apart. There was a mass exodus at the end of the fifth grade, but we decided to stay, hoping middle school would be different. It was a nightmare. The teachers did not use consistent discipline. Some of the content of their lessons were inappropriate as they were peppered with tidbits of their personal lives. Millwood pushes its 'Big Ten.' It is hard for a child to strive to do well concerning the 'Big Ten,' but if the teachers do not model it, it will not work. We had our children independently tested at the end of sixth grade, and we were shocked by the results. They were behind in nearly everything. I am now homeschooling them to prepare them for high school. Millwood lacks a solid middle school program, and it is laughable that Millwood is beginning a high school. Millwood lacks competitive athletics and extra-curricular activities. It is all frosting and no cake. If you really take time to look at this school, there is no substance.

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2008
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June 22, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
June 15, 2008
I just recenly graduated from Millwood School as an eighth grader. Millwood is all that I had ever known, since I had been there since kindergarden. I will miss Millwood so much. It was the absolute best school experience I could have asked for. Millwood challenged me academically, athletically, and as a leader. I loved all of my teachers, and because of the small classes, I grew close to each one. My teachers challenged me and pushed me to my full potential, and for that I am eternally grateful. Socially, Millwood was also wonderful. I made so many friends and I always felt welcome and accepted. It saddens me to leave such a wonderful environment, but I know that Millwood has definitely prepared me for high school, and even college.

- submitted by a student
April 25, 2008
I am at a crossroad with my feelings about Millwood. We had an awful experience at a local public school with both the teacher and the administration. We entered our daughter in Millwood with six weeks left in the Kindergarten school year and the change has been phenomenal. In comparison with a third-grader, she reads better and is on par with her in math skills and she is only in first grade. However, not once in the almost year and half she has been at Millwood have my wife or I felt welcome. This is with both fellow parents and teachers. I also unimpressed with their disciplinary standards. One child should not disrupt then entire class, yet it happens over and over. It seems they are letting everyone in because they need the money. But, academically, our daughter is flourishing in this environment. We could not be more happy.

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2008
No school is perfect, but millwood is pretty close. I may not agrre with, or like all of the teachers but I respect them. I have noticed that students at millwood are very driven and are encoureged to set goals. Many of which the students have accomplished. Since coming to millwood I have become more tolerant of other people and have become a better person. The students get along very well and no student is left out of a click or group. Send your child here and you won't regret it.

- submitted by a student
August 11, 2007
This school provides almost no disciplinary actions. The students in the upper school abuse their privileges terrible. The teachers are boring. If you have a different opinion then them they will tell you that you are wrong! they might impress you with their leadership principle but that's just to impress you. My advice Don't go to millwood!

- submitted by a former student
March 09, 2007
The only way to accurately assess a school is to visit it and talk to current parents, teachers, and students. Reviews on a website can be posted by anyone! Personally, I totally endorse the school, not because of any particular program or teacher, but because my children are so happy and developing so well in the Millwood environment. Can any parent ask for more?

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2007
The kindergarten program is excellent. The teacher works hard to bring out the best in each child. Small ratio in student:teacher is a plus. The arts program is enriching and mixed with the foreign language and computers. We were involved parents who would have done anything the school had asked to further its mission and programs. Junior Kindergarten is now offered at Millwood School.

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2007
I have been extremely pleased with the education my two children have received at Millwood School. From my first day as a parent I have felt included and welcome. I have yet to meet a parent that does not feel the same way. Academic programs are exceptional. You must visit this school and talk to the current parents to truly make an informed decision. You will be amazed at what a hidden treasure this school is....right here in Midlothian! I feel very fortunate to have found it.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2007
My daughter has attended kindergarten Millwood School when she was 4 yrs 11 months. She is now in first grade. Each child is encouraged to do their personal best. The teachers are highly skilled and work hard to bring out the best in each child. The principal, teachers, staffs are kind and know each child by name. She is a great example of a leader and motivator. Thank you Millwood school for bringing out the best in my children and giving them the encouragement and confidence they need to go out into the world! Millwood School has been a valuable partner in my daughter education.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2007
The education that my son received at Millwood was an invaluable investment in his future. He had a challenging experience there that prepared him for an even more challenging experience at a selective, private high school. Millwood's focus on character education and self-confidence helped my son grow into the young man he is today. I am grateful for his teachers' expertise and for their sincere interest in his intellectual, social, moral, and athletic growth. It's a great school, and other students have been equally successful during their time there and after graduation.

- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2007
As a grandparent, I am very impressed with Millwood School. My granddaughter absolutely loves this school. She is doing so well academically, socially and mentally. Millwood school has created a special program for grandparents which I enjoyed a lot last year. I enjoyed talking the the principle and staff during my visit last year. I am very impressed with her leadership. She is an excellent motivator.

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2007
We are very concerned about the validity of the claims Millwood makes about their class offerings and curriculum. Many children leaving Millwood need additional tutoring just to be up to par with their classmates. For Millwood to claim that their graduates leave Millwood in 8th grade and are welcomed at the other area private schools is a huge overstatement. It seems as if their capable teachers left this year and hopefully good teachers will be replacing them. The school offers very little in the area of parental invlovement. The administration is very reluctant about talking to parents about the hard issues that invariably come up. There are many other wonderful choices out there if you are looking for your child.

- submitted by a parent
February 10, 2007
Disappointing. Frustrating. Some committed teachers. Dull curriculum. Weak administration. Irrelevant board. Low admissions standards affect overall class composition. Only small group of parents welcome. Poor arts and foreign language programs. Not competitive with other area schools. Floundering development initiatives. Parent questions met with defensiveness and no follow-up. Small classes seem to help some students who may struggle socially in larger settings. Not challenging or engaging for even mildly advanced students. Weekly assemblies and other school events predominately focus on Head of School. Questionable on 'individualized' program -- have never seen it utilized. Would have expected much more growth in all areas in its almost 20 years of existence.

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
January 26, 2007
Declining. A few very good teachers, but the rest are average at best. Some teachers are extremely difficult to work with and unresponsive. The perception is that families with more money get better treatment. One advantage is smaller class sizes.

- submitted by a parent
November 18, 2006
Extremely disappointing. My son was two years behind in public school math when he left Millwood although Millwood said he was doing fine in all areas. He required months of tutoring just to get caught up. He would have been better off in public schools from the beginning. The school doesn't seem to be graduating impressive students like it was years ago. The administration is lackluster and tired. New, creative, dynamic leadership is required for this school to continue. The competition is too great for Millwood to remain status quo. I wish I could get my tuition money back - it just wasn't worth the money.

- submitted by a parent
November 08, 2006
Declining. This is my eighth grader's final year and it has been good for her, but I have noticed a decrease in quality for my younger kids. I hope things pick up soon, as the school has much promise and I really like some of the administrators.

- submitted by a parent
September 26, 2006
The academics are excellent and children have the chance to reach their full potential. Parents transferring from state schools notice an enormous difference, and students graduating from the school have their pick of high schools. As a parent volunteer I have always felt appreciated and valued. The sports are excellent and all middle school students can play for the school teams. There is a wonderful sense of sportsmanship and camaraderie between the students. Visit Millwood for yourself and see why there are so many delighted parents, students and alums.

- submitted by a parent
September 20, 2006
Millwood offers an exceptional environment which does nurture and educate the whole child. The academics are excellent, enabling the abler children to stretch their wings while supporting those who need more help. The sports teams have a tremendous record, but more importantly then winning, sportsmanship and teamwork are valued and anyone who wants to play can. Definitely worth a visit.

- submitted by a parent
June 10, 2006
Millwood is more than just an excellent school, it is a place where our children have been encouraged and inspired to rise to meet higher goals for themselves.

- submitted by a parent
October 15, 2005
As a former Millwood parent who had two children attending, we are greatful for the education, care and patience given to our children over the last 3 years. We would have been proud to have sent all of our children to the school if we were still living in the Richmond area. The kindergarten program is the best the state has to offer. The arts program is enriching and mixed with the foreign language and computers, as a parent you cannot ask for more. We were involved parents who would have done anything the school had asked to further its mission and programs.

- submitted by a teacher
August 24, 2005
Millwood School lacks the structure and staff maturity that is needed to take the school into the realm of great schools in the area. The academics offered at Millwood look great on glossy pamphlets, but I know at least 3 children who were not reading by the end of 2nd grade! The math program is not able to compete with the public school curriculum and many Millwood students are months behind their neighbors attending local schools. The floundering fundraising campaign should be a sign of parental feelings toward the school and staff. While most of the staff is 'nice enough', there are only a handful that are able to follow through in the classroom. Sports are ridiculous! The 'clubs' are transient and disorganized. Volunteers are undervalued as are parental concerns. Run!

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2004
Wonderful, nurturing environment. Great faculty. Focus on character building.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2003
The small class size enables teachers to learn about each child. The teachers and principal know each child. The code of conduct is great for the moral of the school and I like the dress code.

- submitted by a parent
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Millwood School
15100 Millwood School Lane, Midlothian, VA  23112
(804) 639-3200
Last modified Millwood School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Millwood School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 53 reviews. Top