Milton students attend school in Argonia USD 359, Conway Springs USD 356, and Kingman-Norwich 331.
Argonia USD 359
Total enrollment in USD 359 as of 2014 was 169. Students can participate in basketball, football, and other activities.
Conway Springs USD 356
Conway Springs has historically had a strong athletic program, with 7 3A State football championships since 1998. Conway offers a variety of activities including band, scholar’s bowl, FCCLA, and NHS. Conway Springs has received several Governor’s Achievement Awards, for schools in the top 5% of math and reading according to state assessments.
(Source- USD 356-www.usd356.org)
Kingman-Norwich serves students from Milton, Kingman, Norwich, and the surrounding area. Total enrollment for USD 331 is 992. Students can participate in Battle of the Books, Scholar’s Bowl, FBLA, FFA, and many more activities.
Milton, also known as Suppesville, is home to 155 residents. Milton is conveniently located between Norwich and Wichita. Milton offers a small town community with easy access to Wichita and local attractions.
Milton is located south of KS-42. Downtown Wichita and Wellington are both 40 minutes from Milton. The drive to Norwich is under 10 minutes.
Milton Local Attractions/Activities
Wellington, Wichita, and the surrounding area offer a variety of attractions including the Sedgwick County Zoo, Regent Theatre, and Maurice’s Restaurant. Milton is home to Dopps Chiropractic and the Suppesville Golf Course.