Milan High School (Indiana)

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Milan High School
609 N Warpath Drive
Milan, Indiana, Ripley County 47031
United States
Coordinates 39°07′44″N 85°07′41″W / 39.129°N 85.128°W / 39.129; -85.128Coordinates: 39°07′44″N 85°07′41″W / 39.129°N 85.128°W / 39.129; -85.128
Type Public high school
School district Milan Community Schools
Principal Paul Ketcham.[1]
Faculty 25
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 401 (2013-2014)
Athletics conference Ohio River Valley Conference
Mascot Indians/Lady Indians

Milan High School is a small high school located in Milan, Indiana and is a part of the Milan Community Schools district which covers Franklin and Washington townships in eastern Ripley County.


Milan High School offers a variety of courses in the general and advanced levels. Dual-credit college classes are available as well.


The Milan Indians compete in the Ohio River Valley Conference in the following sports:

1954 State Basketball Champions[edit]

Milan High School is most famous for its 1954 basketball team, which won the Indiana state championship against Muncie Central High School, a school ten times its size. The 1986 movie Hoosiers is based on the story of this team, which had lost in the semifinals the preceding year.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Milan High School
  2. ^ "'Hoosiers'-style celebration". The Herald Bulletin. Retrieved 2006-06-02. 

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