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Milford School District is an above average, public school district located in Milford, NH. It has 2,316 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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Milford School District Reviews
I had a very interesting experience at Milford High School. My school put on a strong focus on math, science, and technology over the humanities. While there was an abundance of STEM classes, many social studies classes never ran. This year was the first time an AP social studies class ran, but it was condensed into a one-semester class, though it was supposed to be two. This was not unexpected, however, since our school has a semester schedule where we take four 90-minute classes the first semester and four different ones the next semester. This often complicates things and our administration does not make it any easier. Other AP classes are supposed to run the first semester and a half period second semester. The administration instead cut the classes to be only one semester this year, when it was already more difficult to get through everything while being hybrid. The Milford High School administration only makes the lives of students more difficult.
The learning curriculum is good but it’s not great, a lot of teachers say that because it’s a college preparatory class that the kids need to keep up but they need to appeal to all types of kids because everyone learns differently they can’t just speak and expect all of the kids to know what’s going on. Teacher wise they’re getting rid of the wrong teachers. They’re keeping the older ones because of superiority but those are the teachers who aren’t up to date on technology or the way to help the newer generations. As a community the school is highly seperated we don’t have enough intermingle and should have more pep rally’s and activities where the upperclassmen can help and be more involved with the lower class men. The heat and ac don’t work in the classrooms but they made sure they worked in the office. The money should be spent on the students and keeping them comfortable so they want to come to school and not so they dread it.
Teacher Union brings down the effectiveness of the whole school district. School Board and Superintendent try to improve school only to have malcontent teachers, support staff, and small group of residents tear down strategic plan.