About Us

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About Our District

Located in the northeast suburbs of Cincinnati, Milford Exempted Village School District serves approximately 6,600 students. The district has nine school buildings — a preschool, six neighborhood elementary schools, Milford Junior High School, and Milford High School.

Milford’s academic and extracurricular programs provide opportunities for all children to reach their full potential. Our students continue to perform at a high level. 

In the annual U.S. News & World Report Best High Schools rankings, Milford High School earned a Silver Medal. Milford is ranked in the top 100 high schools in the state (out of nearly 750) based on students’ graduation rates, performance on state tests, and college readiness benchmarks. In 2020, Milford High School again ranked the highest in Clermont County. Our graduation rate - of 99% - continues to rank very high not only in our county but in our region. 

Check out our publication called Milford Matters, offering a snapshot of all our district has to offer students.


Enrollment By Building

As of August 2019

Milford High School       1,978
Milford Junior High School       1,014
Boyd E. Smith Elementary       544
Charles L. Seipelt Elementary       514
McCormick Elementary       628
Meadowview Elementary       688
Mulberry Elementary       565
Pattison Elementary       497
Milford Preschool       171


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Boyd E. Smith and Charles L. Seipelt Elementary Schools named National Blue Ribbon Schools

Boyd E. Smith Elementary School was named a National Blue Ribbon School in 2019. After being named a School of Promise in 2013, Charles L. Seipelt Elementary was selected as a National Blue Ribbon School in 2014 for outstanding academic achievement.