Milan Area Schools

100 Big Red Drive • Milan, Michigan 48160 • Tel. 734-439-5050
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General Athletic Announcements
2017-2018 Voleyball Information (Calendar)

Athletic Calendar on Schedule Star (search for Milan High School)
Athletic Calendar

General Athletic Documents
Rules, Regulations, and Code of Conduct
Physical Form & Medical Consent
Understanding Concussions

Facility Use Documents
Facility Use Policy
Facility Rates
District Facility Use Form

Please use the back parking lot at the school for all MHS and club sporting events. The parking in the front of the building is not to be used for event parking. The front circle needs to stay clear for buses and emergency vehicles, and the front lots are for parent pick-up of students from night events. Thanks!

How to get to Milan High: 100 Big Red Drive, Milan, MI 48160
From US-23 Southbound -- Exit Carpenter Rd, Exit 27. Turn right. At first light, turn right on Arkona. Arkona deadends into Platt. Turn Left on Platt. Take Platt through town to Redman Rd. Turn Right. (You will see high school behind elementary building). Turn into school.

From US-23 NorthBound -- Exit at Plank Rd. Turn left toward town. Turn left at the stop sign onto Main St. Go to the second red light and turn onto Platt Rd. Go approx. 1 mile to Redman. Turn Right on Redman Rd. Turn into school.

From Willis or Willow Road: Go west to Platt Rd. (1/2 mile west of US-23). Turn left on Platt Rd. Follow through town and turn Right on Redman Rd. Turn into school.

How to get to Milan Middle School: 920 North Street, Milan, MI 48160
From US-23 Southbound, Willow or Willis: Exit on Carpenter Road and head to your right into town. At Lewis St. (just past McDonalds) turn Right. On Marvin St., turn left and the school is two blocks down.

From US-23 Northbound: Exit at Plank Rd. Turn right toward town. Turn left at the stop sign onto Main St. Take to stop light in town. Turn right at the light onto Tolan. The name changes to North St. Continue on this street to the school (about 8 blocks).

New Fundraising Policy
There is new board policy stating that all fund raising by school groups and booster groups needs to be approved by the principal. If your child's team or booster organization is planning a fund-raiser, including one that has been done in the past, make sure to fill out the proper forms and get approval. Our Boosters are the HEART and SOUL of our athletic program – get involved with your child's team and club! If you are involved, thanks again.