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Milford Exempted Village School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Milford, OH. It has 6,566 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 83% of students are at least proficient in math and 87% in reading.
777 Garfield Ave
Milford, OH 45150
(513) 831-1314

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Average SAT
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Average ACT
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$10,135/ student
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Milford Exempted Village School District Reviews

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Milford is a great district. I have been to 4 of the elementary schools, the junior high, and the high school. While children are at school during the day, their parents are at work, so the teachers are in charge of the kids. The teachers are a big part of schooling, keeping the students focused. Younger children may even need some "parenting". All teachers deserve an award they do so well in handling everything! I would like to see some changes in how the school uses the money they get from students. At the high school cafeteria for example, there are about 4-5 televisions that aren't necessary, while there is brown lettuce in the school salads. Overall, Milford is still a high ranking district.
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Milford Exempted Village School District is the type of school that is easy to get around and has enough students to make new friends. Although there are a lot of kids in each class and all together the entire school, I really enjoyed the atmosphere of all the kids and teachers, they make it feel comfortable even when you think it wouldn't be like that. At least one teacher you have on your schedule you are able to connect with, which helps make it more easier to go through the day. Knowing that you have at least one teacher that will listen to your problem or stories, makes high school at Milford a lot more interesting for a school. I really recommend going and checking out Milford High School, in fact they even give you the opportunity to go and shadow other students before you decide if that is the high school you or your child would want them attending.
When I went to college and I enrolled in English 101, my expectations and the professor's were on the same level. I never felt like I struggled with writing papers or preparing for tests in college because my teachers from high school prepped me for it by teaching how to use MLA format and sentence structure. A lot of the classes I took such as psychology and Spanish in high school were precursors to what I planned on taking in school. The art programs really gave me a leg up above my peers in college when I decided to study graphic design. I already understood the fundamentals of 2D and 3D form when some students saw that this was their first exposure to it. It was not just in art but in English classes in school, I remember fellow classmates telling me that their schools did not teach them how to write college papers, for example. Therefore, I feel very fortunate to have attended Milford schools because it has helped me paved the way for a better future for myself.