Our strategic plan is framed with the idea that the next five years should allow us to clearly articulate who we are as an institution and to understand alternate pathways for growth. In doing so, we can achieve our 10-year vision to be universally recognized as a national exemplar of excellence in the Jewish Day School field and a stand-out, first-choice independent school in our region.
Mission-delivery: Our mission and core values serve as an active, living experience that guide daily decision-making, programming, and experiences for all community members.
Fulfilling our value proposition: Families feel the value of their investment at Milton, and that they are not making trade-offs on general studies (vs. other public or independent schools) or Jewish Studies (vs. other Jewish day schools and yeshivas).
Interwoven community: The school continues to grow, connect, and nurture the various members of an interwoven community including current students and families, educators, alumni and their families, friends, neighbors, and donors locally and around the world.
The strategic plan is a living document. It helps guide the ongoing and long-term activities of the school. Programs should be evaluated each year and adjusted as needed based on our progress. Our objectives and tactics will adapt to address our evolving needs.