Purchase a piece of history

The Milford Schools Foundation has been given the exclusive opportunity to sell a limited quantity of bricks from Milford Main school, which is scheduled to be demolished this spring.

Bricks may be reserved at the Milford Main celebration that will be held from 1-3 p.m. on Sunday, April 17 in the Milford High School auditorium. Bricks are $25 and will include a certificate of authenticity and a photo of the school.

If you cannot attend the Milford Main celebration, reserve your brick here. Bricks will be given on first come, first served basis.

Proceeds from the sale will go to support the Foundation’s work providing scholarships, grants, special programs and supporting capital improvement projects for Milford schools.

For more information, contact the MSF Bricks Committee at mmbricks@outlook.com.

Time to honor outstanding Milford alumni

The Milford Schools Foundation is currently seeking nominations for the 2016 Outstanding Alumni Awards.

This award honors graduates who have distinguished themselves in many diverse fields of endeavor after leaving Milford High School. They have done this through career achievements, service, or contributions to society in one of the following areas:

  • Arts/Humanities
  • Business/Industry
  • Community Service
  • Science/Education
  • Public Service
  • Military Service
  • Athletics
  • Special Recognition

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Scholarship forms can now be found here

The Milford Schools Foundation is proud to partner with the administration at Milford Exempted Village Schools to once again offer scholarships to our seniors.

Scholarship application packets can now be found at the high school counselor’s office and on the Milford Schools Foundation website. Click the “Scholarships” tab above to download an application packet.

Packets are due back to Mrs. Schunk in room D25 by Monday, Jan. 25, 2016.

Thank you for making our event a success!

The Milford Schools Foundation would like to thank the Milford community for making our annual Night of the Stars event such a success. Thank you to everyone who helped honor our distinguished alumni, purchased an item in the silent auction, and generally made the evening a smashing success. Many thanks also to R.S.V.P., our kind hosts for five years of Night of the Stars events!

2015 Night of the Stars

Night of the Stars

Saturday Evening, Nov. 7, 2015
RSVP Banquet Center

453 Wards Corner Road, Loveland, Ohio 45140
5:30 PM
$45.00 per person

Tickets can be purchased at:

Lehr’s Meats – 740 Main Street, Milford, OH 45150
Park National Bank – 25 Main Street, Milford, OH 45150
Milford School District Office – 777 Garfield Avenue, Milford, OH 45150

Or click “Donations” above to purchase tickets on this site.


Mary Elizabeth Early Hardesty – Class of 1947

Jim Parker – Class of 1957

Dr. Renee Wormack Keels – Class of 1964

Susan Lewis Donovan – Class of 1979

Tracy Teague – Class of 1981

Dr. Chris Wolverton – Class of 1991

Travis Cobb – Class of 1991

Tutt and Lois Cutlip Lambert
Foundation Educators’ Award

Gift makes Fley Family Scholarship possible

A late Milford alumna and daughter of a former superintendent has made it possible to further the educational dreams of students for years to come thanks to a posthumous gift to the Milford Schools Foundation.

On June 30, the Foundation received a donation of $100,000 from the estate of Jo Ann Fley, a 1948 MHS graduate and daughter of former Milford superintendent James Fley, in order to establish the Fley Family Scholarship Fund.

Ms. Fley, who was one of the very first honorees at the Foundation’s inaugural Night of the Stars in 2010, passed away on Oct. 15, 2014 at her home in Urbana, Illinois.

It was after that evening in 2010, the first of the Foundation’s annual alumni recognition dinners, that Ms. Fley saw a chance to give back to a community that had given her a start, said long-time friend and trustee Dorothy Bell.

“Back in 1991, when her dad, former Milford Schools Superintendent James H. Fley died, Jo Ann tried to establish a scholarship fund at Milford High School honoring him, her mother and her stepmother,” Bell said. Even after the district said it was unable to staff or manage such a program, Fley continued to nurture the idea.

“When Jo Ann learned of the formation of the Milford Schools Foundation in 2010, she set about having her trust amended to include the Foundation as a beneficiary,” Bell said.

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