Milton is more than a school. We’re a vibrant, pluralistic community of Jewish learners. Students in pre-K through grade 8 experience joyful, active learning at school and in the community and develop into independent, critical thinkers who express themselves creatively, confidently, and ethically.
We challenge students to reason, question, and analyze, and provide opportunities for independent thinking and creative expression. Milton students find joy in discovery and in intellectual, religious, and moral growth.
“When you enter the school, you can feel that it is a place of joy, a place of excitement, a place where students are engaged in what they are learning.”
Low student-teacher ratios allow Milton faculty to devote attention to each child, addressing individual styles and rates of learning within the classroom.
Students are encouraged in an appropriate manner to fulfill their potential. Our approach to learning inspires students to make connections across disciplines and to establish a relationship between their studies and their experiences.