Milan Community Schools is a public school district located in Milan, IN. It has 1,069 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 48% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Milan Community Schools Reviews
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.
Milan High School is a small, local school. There are many students at Milan who drive from out of district, like myself, to go there. I enrolled in Milan High School my Junior year. When I came to Milan, I was joined by a warm welcoming. I enjoy Milan because it is such a small school and the teachers and staff truly care about their students. With being such a small school, it gives teachers the proper amount of one on one student time if needed. Milan focuses strongly on anti-bullying, which I am a proud supporter of.
The one thing i liked about this school was that it was a small school. which coming from a bigger school to a small one brought me a lot more opportunities with sports, clubs, and improving my musical abilities. The one thing that i would like to see change is the favoritism when it comes to any extra curricular activities and i would like to see the bullying cut down in this school.