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hear from a miltonian!

miltonstangsmiltonstangs Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited March 2010 in Prep School Cafe
im not gonna give out any details about myself.
but if you have questions, go!
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Replies to: hear from a miltonian!

  • pulsarpulsar - Posts: 1,266 Senior Member
    Hi Miltonstangs, Are you a lifer? If you are, what are the strengths and not so strong points of the middle school and high school? How is the faculty and lab facilities in English, Math, and Science? Do they have Harkness for English and Social Studies? Do they have Math and Science Olympiads teams? How do you rank the Debate Club? What is one thing you recommend Milton to improve?
  • hughcritzhughcritz Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    Milton seems to be unique in that they have a 50% boarding / 50% day split in students. In light of that --- Are there any academic or social differences between the boarding students and the day students? To differentiate it even further, are there any academic or social differences between the day students that entered as freshmen versus those that were there since kindergarten?
  • hughcritzhughcritz Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    Also, is there any connection or rivalry with Milton High School (the public school)? How do the two schools view each other?
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