Milford High School (Massachusetts)

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Milford High School (MHS) is the secondary school for the district of Milford, Massachusetts, Milford Public Schools. Its principal is Joshua Otlin. The assistant principals are Sissela Tucker (House A) and Richard Piergustavo (House B).

The campus of Milford High School sits on 25 acres (100,000 m2) of land at 31 West Fountain Street in Milford, Massachusetts. The current building was opened in 1973. The school has a football field with home and away team seating, football practice field, softball field, soccer fields, twenty-five yard swimming pool with springboard diving board, full theater, and a roughly 750-spot parking lot.

It is an SAT, PSAT, and ACT testing center, providing students, both resident and out-of-town, a place to take the required tests.

Recently, measures have been taken to provide students with the highest level of security available: school-wide security cameras and lobby sign-in kiosks have been added, as well as a juvenile Milford police officer present.

The schools is divided into two "houses", A and B. Currently, a student's grade determines their house. The House A office is located on the main level off of the A-wing and next to the Milford Community School Use Office. The House B office is on the second floor right off of the A-wing and located directly above the House A office.

The Milford High School building has six wings, named A-F.

This page was last edited on 12 April 2018, at 03:33.
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