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Stay Connected to Your Milford Family
 
 
Alumni will always be welcomed as lifelong members of the Milford Schools District Community.  If you graduated from Milford High School, take a moment to claim your place by registering in our alumni directoryThis website is fairly new and more pages are still under construction.  We try to keep things fast and simple. Yes, there is no need to login to our alumni pages.  Here you can reconnect with your old friends and network with your fellow alumni through our searchable alumni directoryWe also value your privacy.  Our directory allows you to send an email directly to the person without showing your actual email address to the public. Whether you’re planning a class reunion, wondering if someone else is, or simply want to look up old friends, it’s better to stay connected through our very own Alumni Network.  
 
 
1896 MHS building 1950
The Class of 1896 is the first class of graduates of Milford Centennial High School. Back row: left to right: Alice Follett, Wallace Foster, Helen Amsden, Edmund Dearborn, Bertha Stanyan Middle row: Fred Winters, Ivah Kenny, Leonard Tuttle, - Webster Front row: Donald Tuttle, Charlie Philbrick
This was a photo of the Milford High School building taken around c1930s-40s
Class of 1950 Officers and Advisers - Left to Right (Seated) Dennis Comolli (President) and Shirley Hills (Vice President); (Standing) Miss Mary Nagle (Class Adviser), Clyde Lusk (Treasurer), Barbara Fisher (Secretary), and Mr. Ray Pumeroy (Class Adviser)
 
 
BECAUSE YOUR SPARTAN JOURNEY DOES NOT END AFTER GRADUATION.
 
 
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Transcript Requests

Alumni can request a copy of their high school transcript from the MHS Student Services. Please allow 3-5 days for processing. Transcripts will arrive via regular mail.
 
Class Reunions
 
Are you organizing your class reunion? Looking for lost classmates? Let us know, and we’ll post the information on this page! Send us an email with the details of your reunion.
 
Once a Spartan, Always a Spartan.
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