Core Values for Student Learning:
Strength Opportunity Achievement Respect - Scarlet Hawks SOAR!
21st Century Learning Expectations (21 CLE):
Critical Thinking, Communication, Technology, Problem Solving, Active Learning, Respect
(more details: NEASC side tab)
Each issue will explore careers in a different high growth industry. It will provide students as well as guidance counselors, parents and teachers with interesting and relevant information about career opportunities, education and the skills needed for various jobs. It offers resources to explore careers and tips about how to help students build successful futures.
Financial Aid Night for Parents/Guardians of Seniors
Parents/Guardians and seniors are invited to attend a free Financial Aid Seminar on January 6th, at 6:30pm in the Milford High School Auditorium. This seminar is offered through MEFA, the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority, the Commonwealth's resource on planning, saving, and paying for college. An experience MEFA representative will provide an overview of the college financing process, including types of financial aid, how to apply, and determining financing options for your family. We will have a Spanish presentation for Spanish speaking families in Room C-8 at this same time. We will also have a Sign Language interpreter available in the auditorium for any family members. Families are encouraged to visit MEFA's website - www.mefa.org - to download a copy of the PowerPoint Presentations or e-book before the seminar and for other tools and resources to assist you in this process. See more at: http://www.mefa.org/yourseminar.aspx#sthash.bcVAXomO.dpuf
Virtual College Tours
If you wish to visit a college, but cannot go physically to the college you may take a virtual tour via two different websites:
This is an affordable alternative to the traditional college visit. Literally there are hundreds of schools to choose from.