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

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Art Competition!


Congratulations to

Phineas Buchanan

of Collicot Elementary!



Many thanks and congratulations to all our

Runners Up and Honorable Mentions.   Click here to view.



Spring Grants 2016



Click here to read about

the impacts these creative

and innovative grants will

make in classrooms this fall!



Thanks for your


Fall Grants 2016


Look for the announcement

of recipents later this fall!



In Loving Memory of Sam Cichello


October 30th


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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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