Courses and Scheduling
PROGRAM OF STUDIES
Once courses are selected, our staff and administration put together a personalized schedule. Students will receive a preliminary schedule in the mail in early summer with a final schedule that will arrive just before school begins. Be sure to review these documents to confirm accuracy.
Each year be mindful of the courses already completed, the graduation requirements fulfilled (the assigned school counselor will help with that), and the ones still in need of fulfillment.
The annual Program of Studies Catalog is a helpful resource which includes course listings, graduation requirements, grading policies, and more.
A career pathway is characterized by concentration in a particular field of study through a sequence of courses which lead to the development of a particular set of knowledge and skills aligned with career interests. The pathway will culminate in a student-driven learning experience.
In order to receive a diploma from the Milford Public School district, students must successfully fulfill a wide variety of requirements.
It is important to stay up-to-date on these requirements and to review progress toward completing them each year.
We suggest reviewing graduation material on pages 21-24 in the annual Parent Student Handbook.
Graduation with Distinction
In order to Graduate with Distinction, a student must complete 200 hours of community service.
A Graduation with Distinction log must be completed, signed and submitted to Ms. Sylvia in the College and Career Center in order for your hours to be recorded.
Forms must be completed and submitted to Ms. Sylvia within 45 days after the community service hours were completed.
The deadline to submit hours for Seniors is May 1st.
Forms are also available in College and Career and in the School Counseling department.