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


Join us for

The MFE's

Celebration 2015

Kickoff Event

at Abby Park

October 21st at 7pm

Find out how you can

become involved in

Enriching Education in All Six Milton Public Schools.


To RSVP, click here



The MFE's Annual Appeal


Fund a First


Thanks to the generous support of the Annual Appeal by parents, businesses and charitable organizations, teachers are

able to utilize state-of-the-art tools, providing many "firsts"

for all of our students.


If every Milton Public School family donates $25,

we can raise $75,000!


That's enough to fund many important

firsts in the

Milton Public Schools.


To donate securely, click here or mail your name & donation to:

Milton Foundation for Education P.O. Box 223

Milton, MA 02186. 


Thank you. We wish you a happy and healthy school year! 




Thank you to our Sponsors:






afc Doctor's Express - Urgent Care


Planet Chrysler - Jeep - Dodge - Ram



To register for the race, click here



And the Winner of the MD Art Competition is:



Edward Enyedy, Pierce Middle School



(See the list of Runners Up on our Events page)



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MPS Program Puts Scientists in Elementary Classrooms

MyTownMatters -  by Frank Schroth

The Milton Public Schools have partnered with Science from Scientists, an acclaimed program which sends scientists into elementary classrooms to work with students.  The program was piloted in the Cunningham and Collicot Grade 5 classrooms last year, with funding provided by the Milton Foundation for Education.

Read More on the MFE News Page







Schools push to offer 21st century technology (excerpt)

Boston Globe - by Jennifer Fenn Lefferts

Milton has also faced funding challenges when it comes to adding technology, but received a big boost this year thanks to the Milton Foundation for Education, which raised money for new devices, said Michelle Kreuzer, vice principal of Milton High School.Read More on the MFE News Page