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Milford Earns Silver Medal in National Rankings

Posted on: April 20, 2016
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On April 19, U.S. News & World Report released their Best High Schools rankings. We are proud to report that Milford High School received a silver medal and was ranked #36 in the state of Ohio! Milford also earned a #902 ranking out of the 6,218 top-performing schools in the nation!

"We are grateful and proud of the recognition U.S. News & World Report has given to Milford High School. Our ranking and Silver Medal designation is the result of the commitment of our teachers, dedication of our students, and incredible support we receive from the Milford community," said Josh Kauffman, Principal, Milford High School. "These results affirm Milford High School as one of the premiere high schools in our state and region.”

Schools are awarded gold, silver and bronze medals based on their students' graduation rates, performance on state tests and college readiness.

U.S. News & World Report State Rankings