As an independent college-preparatory institution for grades 7-12, Milken Community Schools emphasize rigorous formal academic preparation, development of critical thinking, competence in project design and implementation, and promotion of an entrepreneurial spirit.
Specialized institutes and centers range from architecture and design to science and technology, from robotics to creative writing. A wide range of advanced placement courses are complemented by a full array of performing arts, visual arts, and language electives. Although core curriculum focuses on general subject areas most commonly associated with future academic success, Milken’s status as a Jewish community school translates into an emphasis on ethics, social responsibility and skills needed for the critical analysis of text.
"We are proud to educate students who think well, belong to something larger than themselves, and take positive action in our community."
—Sarah Shulkind, Head of School