ATC/CTE at Milford High School

Milford High School and Applied Technology Center (ATC) is one of 28 official Career & Technical Education (CTE) centers supported by the state of New Hampshire and the US Department of Education. Milford students, as well as students from Hollis-Brookline, Souhegan, and Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative schools may enroll in our Career and Technical Education programs. 
Many of our courses offer college credit. See the Dual Enrollment page on the menu to the right for a full list.
Please see the individual program pages on the menu to the right for more information about a specific pathway!
Benefits of Career and Technical Education
  • CTE learners and their parents are three times more likely to report that they are very satisfied with their ability to learn real world skills as compared to non-CTE learners and their parents.
  • Over 75% of CTE learners enroll in postsecondary education after high school.
  • CTE learners have a 10% higher high school graduation rate than non-CTE students.
  • 89% of parents think students should receive more education about career choices while in high school.
  • Six of the ten hardest-to-fill positions are in technical fields or require a CTE background.
  • About half of all CTE learners are enrolled in programs in leading fields such as health care, STEM and information technology.
  • More than twice as many CTE parents report being satisfied with internship opportunities.
On February 12th, 2020 MHS/ATC hosted a STEAM Night for the students from Heron Pond and MMS! Check out the cool stuff they did!
Other Resources regarding Career & Technical Education:
Student Voices...
The ATC department runs an excellent program to help students get a head start on what they want to study in higher education. There are a variety of different courses run by skilled educators who prepare the students to the best of their abilities so they may find success once they establish themselves in college as well as the workforce.
- Emma C. Swanberg, Class of 2021