Milton Public Schools is a top rated, public school district located in Milton, MA. It has 4,193 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 71% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.
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Milton Public Schools Reviews
Milton High School had a club for everything. It was so accessible to meet people that shared common interests with you. It was amazing to join with some new friends and all bond over a common interest. Each club had at least one faculty liaison that mentored the organization. Each club also offered leadership positions for the students with a council. This equipped students to get experience in leadership and team building, with collaboration and problem solving as well as a sense of responsibility. The club meetings happened weekly and the group outings were always fun. For me personally, it was leading the National Honors Society American Red Cross Blood Drive, as well as the Outdoors Club camping overnight in New Hampshire, that were the most memorable events.
Great curriculums through out the education process. Teachers were well trained and sought out. Very accommodating and understanding. Great programs for music!!! You can start a n instrument in third or fourth grade which continues you on into the choir, band or orchestra. Also have music classes for outside of the curriculum. Great arts department. Well rounded high school. Host awesome events for kids all across the board
My favorite part of Milton High School is being able to be apart of a community that truly cares for one another, many of us have known each other for several years going through the public school system and those who are new to the school are readily welcomed. Like all schools there are some flaws, school lunch, and rules and regulations, but at the end of the day there is always someone in faculty ready to listen to what the student body has to say, and taking our opinions seriously.