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The Milton Fund

A Milton education encourages our students to lead the way with the support and guidance of our school’s exceptional faculty and staff.  The Milton Fund is the primary way for alumni, parents, and friends to support our school. Flexible annual support through the Milton Fund empowers Milton to shape future leaders and engaged citizens through a commitment to Milton’s independent K-12 education. This year, your gift can support:

School’s Greatest Needs: Flexible operating funds afford academic leadership the freedom to respond to pressing needs and promising initiatives as they arise throughout the year.

Financial Aid: When admission decisions are based solely on the strengths a student brings to our community, all Milton students benefit from being part of a dynamic academic environment. Financial aid provides tuition assistance and the resources students need to thrive.

Faculty Support: Committed, inspiring, and experienced faculty are Milton’s greatest asset. Gifts to faculty provide necessary professional development, curriculum innovation, and compensation funds, enabling teachers to excel at their craft.

Facilities: Milton Academy’s facilities consist of roughly 800,000 square feet of learning and living space on 150 acres of land. Building improvements and cutting-edge equipment installations ensure Milton’s physical spaces match the excellence of our curriculum.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice: Milton’s core values include providing an environment where all students and adults feel welcome, safe, and able to express their identities. DEI funding supports ongoing anti-racism and anti-bias work at Milton.

Student Experience: From academic resources to extracurricular activities, your gift to the student experience provides students with the resources and freedom to cultivate a passion, explore a new interest, examine different perspectives, and prepare for a successful future.

Milton Academy’s students and faculty rely on your support each year. Thank you for investing in our school.

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