An independent organization, separate from the public schools, established to enhance the quality of education and expand educational opportunities within the Milton Public Schools.



for your continued support of the



Annual Appeal


which funds our Competitive Grants Program!


To make a donation

to support this year's

Annual Appeal, please visit Greater Giving


 or you can mail a check to:

MFE, P.O. Box 223

Milton, MA 02186



20th Anniversary Grant Applications

Now being accepted


To celebrate our 20th year

as a foundation, we are

funding a special grant cycle

with award possiblities

ranging from $1K - $10K.


Thank you for your support of last year's

MFE Celebration2016,

which is directly responsible for funding these awards!



The MFE Proudly Announces:


$18,000+ Awarded


in Fall 2016 Grant Cycle!


From materials to teach computer coding to kindergartners,

to a library of multicultural young adult literature in French and Spanish

that reflects the cultures explored in Gr. 6-8 language classrooms,

to "Sam the Super Skeleton," an anatomically-correct model for the MHS's

athletic trainer to utilize while working high school students,

our teachers are constantly striving to provide creative and thoughtful instruction!


Click here to read about all 18 grants funded this cycle






More Details Coming Soon!


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Wildcat Health & Wellness Center Opens

by Mary Gormley - Superintendent's Blog

I would like to thank and recognize MHS Vice Principal Brian Mackinaw, Athletic Trainer Patty Pauris, and MHS English Teacher Steve Collyer, all of whom worked very hard to get our new Wildcat Wellness Center up and running.

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10 Greater Boston school districts on the rise in 2016

by PETER THOMAS RICCI - Boston Agent Magazine.

In a partnership with, Trulia analyzed test scores from the past five years to find which local school districts vaulted the most in regional rankings (the study focused on districts with three or more schools and more than 1,000 students).

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