Milford School District is an above average, public school district located in Milford, DE. It has 3,969 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 40% of students are at least proficient in math and 50% in reading.
906 Lakeview Avenue
Milford, DE 19963
Milford School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Milford School District
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Milford School District Reviews
I love Milford! I am a student at the high school and I feel like the environment from the teachers and the admin pushed me to do my best everyday in class. We offer a wide variety of pathways. There are lots of SAT Prep class and lots of opportunities to take the test at the school. Also, I am a three season athlete and I love the sports programs here. Our football team was state runner-ups, our wrestling team is five-time state champs, and our softball team won the state championship last year. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone looking for a great, normal high school experience.
Although my fellow students tend to be rowdy and a little irritating, overall Milford provides a solid education for those willing to put in the work. The teachers, especially in the honors/AP classes, are exceptional and willing to work with you in order for you to succeed. The sports teams are either good or bad, nothing in between, but supporting the teams is great fun. Students can be obnoxious, but this behavior can be encountered almost anywhere.
I went my whole school career through the Milford school district. Beginning in my middle school years, the district started to really take a big decline and they were running out of money which contributed to a lot of their problems. By the time i was a sophomore in high school, all the best teachers started to leave because the district could no longer pay them what they deserved and the conditions of the school were lacking. Milford is a public school system where they make the students wear a uniform and only enforce the rules half of the time. Most of the teachers are lacking in skill and unfortunately the students are taking the brunt of the districts cuts.