By Hunter Culhane In May 1963, $367 was stolen from Milton District’s vault when thieves jumped through a window, smashed the door to the principal’s office, and pried open the door to the vault! Image Source Continue reading #TBT: Thieves Strike MDHS Vault
By Hunter Culhane On March 26, 1965, MD’s Grade 11 and 12 students visited Milton District Hospital to take part in a Career Day. They enjoyed a tour of the hospital and were able to have conversations with those working at the 10 departments, including doctors, administrators, nurse supervisors, lab technicians, x-ray technicians, and dieticians. The students also got the chance to ride on a … Continue reading #TBT: Career Day at Milton District Hospital
By Hunter Culhane Ever thought how Milton District High School’s online presence has changed throughout the years? With just a few clicks, we’re able to see the different website designs and the approximate dates they were used by the school. Check them out below! August 2002 to February 2005 February 2005 to January 2007 January 2007 to October 2007 October 2007 to August 2013 August … Continue reading #TBT: Evolution of the MDHS Website
In March 1963, an advertisement for the MDHS Drama Club presentation of “One Mad Night” appeared in the Milton Canadian Champion. Child tickets were priced at 35 cents, while adult admission was 75 cents—33% higher than the 1961 play! Check out more from the advertisement below: Image Source Continue reading #TBT: “One Mad Night”
By Hunter Culhane In early 1961, an advertisement for the upcoming MDHS Drama Club presentation of “Turn Back the Clock” appeared in the Milton Canadian Champion. Tickets were available for the comedy for less than a dollar! See more from the advertisement below: Image Source Continue reading #TBT: “Turn Back the Clock”
By Hunter Culhane In early 1960, Milton District High School was undergoing the final touches before its September opening. At the time, the only high school in Milton was what is now Martin Street Public School. See more from the March 24 and September 1, 1961 issues of The Canadian Champion: Looks like the same front staircase that is there now! Same trusty bleachers! Looks … Continue reading #TBT: MDHS Before 1960 Opening!
By Hunter Culhane In early 1967, Milton District High School students raised nearly $400 in pennies towards the purchase of a stopwatch for the school’s gymnasium. See more from the January 25, 1967 issue of The Canadian Champion: Image Source Continue reading #TBT: Take Care of the Pennies