Milford School Extracurricular Activities

At Milford school, we believe in balancing academics, athletics and arts for all of our students. Whether it’s mastering teamwork on the basketball court or time management skills between homework and club participation, our students develop lifelong skills, strategies, and friendships by participating in our programs. With so many choices, your child is bound to find one or more activities that match his or her interests at Milford School.

Builders Club

Builders Club members are energetic, dedicated middle school students that are passionate about making a difference in the world. These students become leaders by discovering the value in serving others, building meaningful relationships, and having the courage to step forward when others stand still. Milford School Buiders Club members have helped with the following events: Milford Craft Bazaar Salvation Army (Bell Ringing) Harvest with a Heart Kiwanis 5K Food and Shoe Drives Milford Fish Fry Kiwanis Soup Cook-off Recycling program at Milford School
For more information, about the Milford School Builders Club, please contact our club sponsors: Jon Reutebuch Mickey Speicher Builders Club is a Kiwanis International club with over 600,000 members in more than 80 countries! Visit to learn more about Builders Club and other Kiwanis International programs.

Chess Club

Chess Club is open to students in grades K-8. Chess Club meets in the library every Wednesday from 3:15 to 4:00 p.m. If you are interested in learning how to play chess, please join us! Contact Mr. Kevin Jane for more information:

Drama Club

Drama Club is for students that are interested in being on stage and for those that want to learn more about what happens behind the scenes.


Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a group of students that are passionate about sports and their faith.

Garden Club

The Milford Garden Club is open to students in grades K-8. The Garden Club meets in Mrs. Zaebst's classroom or in the outdoor garden after school until 4:15 p.m. The remaining meeting dates for the 2018-2019 school year are: April 11 April 25 May 2 May 23 For more information, please contact the Milford Garden Club sponsor: Mrs. Heidi Zaebst


K-Kids is a student-led community service club. Membership is open to any student in grades 3-5 who desires to provide service to others and become a leader in his/her school and community. Meetings are held on various days throughout the school year from 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm. Parents should pick up their child at north doors at 4:15 pm. K-Kids is structured on the local club level, but is supported by the Kiwanis International office. Contact Mrs. Haywood for more information:

Robotics Club

Milford Competition Robotics Club is open to any 5th-8th grader who has an interest in problem solving, researching, coding and building. What is Robotics Club? During each club meeting, teams will be preparing their real-life competition project and programming their robot to complete the missions. At the regional competition, each team will present both their real-life project and their team's use of the core values to a panel of judges. They will also have two timed rounds on the competition table to complete as many robotic missions successfully as possible. The teams will be ranked at regional based on their scores for each presentation and each round of missions.
When is Robotics Club? Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3;15-4:30 p.m. in Mrs. McCreary's room, starting September 5, 2018. As it gets closer to competition time, additional practices may be added or extended. Requirements Students interested in joining the competition team must attend all practice sessions. Any absences must be excused via a note or phone call from a parent. Students must maintain grades of C- or above, work well with others, and be willing to work hard. Our qualifying competition will take place at Wawasee Middle School on a TBA Saturday in November. You will be required to attend this competition. If we qualify, there will be additional competitions. Club Goals: Students will learn basic programming concepts and skills. Students will engage in creative problem solving to design and program a robot to complete a desired task. Students will work with teammates to create and present a presentation regarding a solution to a problem. Any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. McCreary, the team coach! Her email is The school phone is 574-658-9444, extension 4218.

Ski Club

Ski Club is a fun after school activity that allows students to go to the Bittersweet Ski Resort in Otsego, Michigan. You need to pay $17.00 for a Bittersweet ski club discount card to join Ski Club. Each person riding the bus must bring $5.00 by the Wednesday before a trip to Mrs. Brower. The day of skiing, you will need to bring your ski club card and $17.00 for a lift ticket. If you rent equipment, skis or snowboard equipment is $17.00 and a helmet is $10.00. If you forget your ski club card, they will make you pay full price which is double the discount prices listed above. Also it costs $0.75 for a locker so bring three quarters because you cannot leave your items setting out. We usually go during the months of January and February. Friday's schedule is 3:20 PM to 12:00 AM. Saturday's schedule is 1:00 PM to 10:00 PM. All buses leave from and return to Milford School. For more information, please contact Mary Brower, Ski Club sponsor Link to more information: Milford Ski Club

Student Council

Studenbt Council is a group of peer elected middle school students in grades 6-8. We present ideas that we believe would benefit our school at our monthly meetings. The Milford Student Council is a service organization. It's purpose is to plan activities and programs that will bring improvement to Milford School and foster a positive school environment for the students. The council meets together regularly to plan events that will impact the students of Milford School. They are liaisons between students, teachers, and administration. On delay days, the meetings will be postponed until a later date. For more information, please contact Mrs. Cheryl Van Laeken, Student Council Sponsor