Upcoming Events

Mustangs of the Week

Grade 8

Lize, selected captain by her teammates and coaches, has had an increased workload over the past few weeks, as her co-captain Sam Bevins has been sidelined with an injury. Lize has been in charge of leading the warm-ups and stretches at the beginning of every practice—keeping things structured and getting everyone ready to go! Throughout the season, the team has leaned heavily on Lize in net. Recently, the team was rewarded with their first victory of the year 5–4 over Rivers. In a rematch against Derby, despite Lize’s best efforts, we had a tough loss (4–3). Being the lone goalie on a team is not an easy task and Lize has embraced this role. The team certainly appreciates her excellence in her position, effort and leadership. She will be pivotal to the team’s stretch run as the season winds down.


Grade 6
Boys Basketball

Cam is the only sixth grader on the boys blue “B” team. Wednesday’s 34–17 win against Thayer was Cam’s best game of the season thus far. Our leader and team’s point guard, Cam took great care of the ball after a shaky beginning. His shot selection was equally impressive and continues to improve. Cam has taken on a big leadership role in directing the offense, but also in playing outstanding defense against our opponents’ point guards. Cam was instrumental in making good decision passes and playing heads up ball. The older players on the team both appreciate and respect Cam’s outstanding contributions. Keep it up Cam!

PA News and Notes

Faculty Appreciation Planning & Raffle Solicitation

Thank you to the many Lower and Middle School families who donated to our upcoming Faculty Appreciation events. We greatly appreciate all donations (sporting or concert tickets; spa, Amazon, restaurant, movie gift cards; electronic items; hotel stays, etc) big and small!

Perhaps you prefer to donate money for the purchase of additional items?

  • Click here to contribute to the Lower School raffle.
  • Click here to contribute to the Middle School raffle.

If you wish to contribute to both raffles, please donate to one and indicate in the comment section how you wish your donation to be divided between the two events.

If you would like to assist us with coordinating the raffle, or have questions, contact us by email (listed below). Both events will take place at the end of April.  The donation deadline is April 7. We will be in touch closer to the deadline with information on where to drop off donated items.

Thank you for your support,

Elizabeth Flowers – eflowers11@yahoo.com

Cynthia George – cynthia.teamgeorge@comcast.net

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 Click here to RSVP


Rob Ocko – President
Valerie Thadhani – Vice President

Middle School Lunch

Click here to access our Middle School lunch menu.

Robbins Rink Skating Scheule

Click Skating Schedule 16-17 to see a schedule of open skate times at the Robbins Rink in the ACC.

Parent Giving


Mustang Milt here and we’ve got us a humdinger of a race!!!  Grade 7 is in the lead at 61% participation in the Milton Fund, with grades 6 and 8 vying for second place with 49% participation each! Click here to follow the race.

Which class will reach 100% Milton Fund participation first?  Support daily life at Milton and help your child’s class reach the finish line by making your annual gift to the Milton Fund at www.milton.edu/donate or by mailing your donation to: Milton Academy, 170 Centre Street, Milton, MA 02186.


Community News Links

Milton Girls Softball is a recreational softball league open to girls in Kindergarten through Grade 8 who reside in or attend school in Milton. New softball players of all ages are welcome to join this instructional and competitive program. The season runs from mid­‐April to mid‐June.

The league offers five divisions:

  • Kindergarten Instructional Program ($80 per player)
  • Grades 1 and 2 ($80 per player)
  • Grades 3 and 4 ($135 per player)
  • Grades 5 and 6 ($135 per player)
  • Grades 7 and 8 ($135 per player)

Milton Girls Softball is also offering free softball skills clinics to all registered girls in Grades 1–8. Clinics are held indoors at Dirt Dawgs in Stoughton on Sunday’s from now until mid-April. Clinics are free, but space is limited to those who are registered for the 2017 spring clinics. For more information, click here.