Milford Elementary Schools

Milford, OH

Project Description

Following an educational visioning workshop and design led by SHP, the construction of two new elementary school buildings commenced in order to replace outdated educational facilities for Milford Exempted Village Schools. Totaling 106,000sf collectively, Boyd E. Smith and Charles L. Seipelt Elementary Schools feature the same footprint with academic wings in two stories: grades K-3 on one floor and grades 4-6 on the other.

Year Completed


Project Features

  • A centrally-located media center designed for flexibility and easy accessibility for all students.
  • Daylight classrooms and media center to maximize energy savings.
  • Six small-group learning studios are evenly distributed throughout the academic areas.
  • Strategically designed sites to allow for safe separation of staff, bus and parent drop-off, as well as separation from the playgrounds.

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