Our Schools / Our Students
Huron Valley Schools includes eight elementary schools, three middle schools, two traditional high schools, one an alternative high school and an International Baccalaureate program. HVS also offers educational alternatives and supplemental programs for students with special needs. A Junior Kindergarten program, free to families with age-eligible children, and a building-wide early childhood center offer a strong foundation for our youngest learners.
Sixty percent of our teachers hold advanced degrees. All HVS teachers are highly qualified.
Milford and Lakeland High Schools were recognized by Newsweek as being in the top 2000 High Schools in the nation. The International Academy (IA) is now an official International Baccalaureate IB Middle Years Program (MYP) school making the IA one of the only all IB High Schools in the state of Michigan. The IA is the number one High School in the State of Michigan according to Newsweek and U.S. News and World Report.
Approximately 88% of our graduates pursue a higher education. Our music programs, robotics teams, sports teams and extra curricular teams consistently receive state and national recognition.
Recreation & Community Education
Huron Valley Schools offers numerous programs through our Recreation & Community Education Department. The following programs are offered to both children and adults:
Early Childhood Programs
Adult High School
School Age Care
Pools & Fitness Centers
The Huron Valley District covers 107 square miles encompassing the townships of Commerce, Highland, Milford, White Lake and the Village of Milford. The District ranks 6th out of 28 Oakland Districts in the number of students it serves. We employ approximately 540 teachers and more than 1,400 staff.
Huron Valley Schools is part of the Michigan Accreditation Program. All elementary schools are summary accredited. Both Milford and Lakeland High Schools are fully accredited by the North Central Association, as well as Muir, Oak Valley and White Lake Middle Schools.
Code of Conduct
Huron Valley Schools believes students have the right to pursue their education and develop their potential in a positive learning environment. The effective school setting is the result of strong leadership, high expectations, and a clear definition of purpose understood and supported by students, staff, parents and the community. The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to define those behaviors necessary for a productive learning environment. The Code explains the rights and responsibilities of students. It defines offenses and standardizes disciplinary procedures for students who violate the Code. The provisions in the Code apply to all students in Huron Valley elementary and secondary schools.
Huron Valley Pools & Fitness Centers
HVP&F is open to members and public. See all that we have to offer at both Lakeland and Milford. Visit the Huron Valley Recreation website for more information.