Milton School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Milton, WI. It has 3,497 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 47% of students are at least proficient in math and 50% in reading.
Milton School District Rankings
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- A+129 Students
- B+88 Students
- A-60 Students
- B55 Students
- A+47 Students
- B+43 Students
- B36 Students
- B29 Students
- B28 Students
- B24 Students
Milton School District Reviews
Since moving from Arizona to Wisconsin during one of the toughest years of high school, (Junior Year) Milton has made it very easy for my to transition by taking their time to talk with me and making sure everything is okay. I was very nervous to move schools because I never have, besides elementary school to high school. However, looking back Milton high school has done everything in their power in order to make me feel comfortable and enjoy my time during my final two years of high school.
Milton High School is very good, and offers many opportunities while helping its students get into their preferred university or college, but there exists a severe disconnection between the administration and the students. Mental health is rarely talked about, and abusive/harmful language is not punished. Students with bad attitudes are not corrected by teachers, and outside of honors/AP classes, classroom attitude is not good. All of these problems are not addressed by the administration, and the repeated denial of student's wishes encourage a feeling of powerlessness among students.
Milton is a close community with educators who really care for their students' success. Being a neighboring town to Janesville, I hear a lot from students of the Janesville School district that they didn't feel as though they were getting the education they needed. At Milton, especially through the courses I have taken during my senior year so far, I feel confident in saying that I have received adequate education, and, in addition, I have learned a lot of skills I know I will be able to apply to real life.