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Milan Community Schools is an above average, public school district located in Milan, IN. It has 1,083 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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When I was in high school, we had a few options to start our journey early on whether it be college courses in high school or a co-op. I know that they have continued to increase the number of opportunities and options for students to get a head start in their futures during high school. They encourage all sorts of professions and programs besides your typical college degree. The school is small and personable which is something I loved about it. The food was not the greatest, but there were definitely some meals that I personally enjoyed!
I had a wonderful experience at Milan. I made many friends that will last a lifetime. While at Milan I was able to participate in many sports. It was a fulfilling time for me. My life would not be the same without this opportunity. We won our first conference title in cross country in 2 decades. So I made my mark in the history books. I cherished this time in my life and know that it prepare me for my future. I continue to be involved in college athletics at my college my freshman year. That discipline that I learned will be carried on throughout my life.
Milan Community Schools is a small school with the perfect student-to-faculty ratio. I transferred to Milan High School as a freshman and I know I am lucky to have had to opportunity to interact with the faculty and students of the school. There are always negative students, but the numbers seem so minimal at Milan because the teachers focus on the students who are at school to learn. Often, so much time in class is wasted at other schools because of insubordinate students; however, at Milan, the teachers deal with hagglers swiftly and class is almost never interrupted for extended periods of time. The students I met and have continued to meet are kind and thoughtful; Milan is an ideal place to be, as well as an ideal place to send your children. I am grateful for everything that Milan Community Schools has done for me and how much I have achieved because I go to Milan Community Schools.