With over 40 categories in both written and oral events—and over 7000 students from all across Ontario—our Milton Mustangs had some tough competition. Continue reading Milton District’s RECORD-BREAKING success at 2020 DECA Provincials
Guess what, MD? The Senior (Grades 11 & 12) Semi-Formal Dance is only a week away! Continue reading Come Get Your Senior Semi Tickets!
Want to spread some joy, MD? Come buy candy grams for your friends tomorrow, Wednesday, February 12! Continue reading Candy Grams On Sale This Week!
Last week, several of Mr. Sumner’s grade eleven students put up a temporary installation displaying their recent work at the Milton Welcome Centre. Their work is in a style of art called calligraffiti which uses different written forms of language as the basis to create the piece. Calligraffiti blends modern graffiti and street art with classical calligraphy letterforms to create distinctive and personalized forms of art. Continue reading IN PHOTOS: MD’s Calligraffiti art on display at Welcome Centre
It is important to stay calm and keep a positive mental attitude when preparing for exams. Here are a few proven methods sure to keep the stress levels low and your performance at its best. Continue reading How to De-stress Before Exams
For the first time this decade, Milton District High School will be holding two Mustang Mornings in one week! On Wednesday, January 15 and Friday, January 17, attendance won’t be taken until 9:45 a.m. Continue reading Mustang Mornings are Back!
Students at Milton District High School are putting their hammers where their hearts are by building two tiny homes for Habitat for Humanity, an organization dedicated to helping families find affordable housing. Continue reading Milton District High School shows big heart by building tiny homes for Habitat for Humanity: HDSB
Students taking Grade 12 Fashion have been working long and hard making newspaper dresses on a variety of mannequins! Continue reading Fashion showcase takes over the library
Milton District High School was well-represented in the latest HDSB Director’s Cut episode, “Skilled Trades in the Halton District School Board”. Continue reading WATCH: MD makes cameos in HDSB Director’s Cut
On Wednesday December 11, Mrs. Miller and Ms. Clarkson’s two food classes went on a trip to Hamilton’s Jackson Square and Nations Fresh Food, a large grocery store chain that sells multicultural food products. Continue reading Foods classes participate in scavenger hunt?!