About Us

Voice Recognition
X

About Us

About Us

Millersburg Elementary-Middle School is located in the southeast corner of Elkhart County in the small rural town of Millersburg. The school serves approximately 445 students in kindergarten through 8th grade. Our school population is unique as around 60% of our students are of the Amish faith.

The building was opened in 1978 with additional classrooms added in 1995, 1998 and 2016. Three highlights of the building include the library/media center which has over 18,000 books, our up-to-date technology equipment, and the MEMS gymnasium, saved from the old Millersburg High School built in 1938, which is a reminder of gyms used in the movie “Hoosiers.’ The 2016 building project added a FACS Room, Tech Ed, Science Lab, Art Room, New Locker Rooms and 5th grade classrooms.

Current educational programs at Millersburg include Title 1 Reading, ESL instruction, Envision Math, SEPUP/Ethos Science Kits for hands on learning and Benchmark Literacy for reading. Extracurriculars include 6th grade Band & Choir, Robotics, Garden Club, Athletics. At the middle school level, there are opportunities for Music Compositon, Guitar Lessons, and Student Council. Inquiry Based Learning is a K-8 initiative as students participate in STEAM activities throughout the day.
 
Millersburg Elementary-Middle School is fortunate to have several parent volunteer groups helping throughout the school year with many opportunities for parents to become involved in the school. 

Feel free to contact the school office at 574-642-3074 with questions.
© 2020. Fairfield Community Schools. All Rights Reserved.
Fairfield Community School Corporation is committed to equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, creed, sex, handicapping conditions, or national origin including limited English proficiency, in any employment opportunity. No person is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise subjected to unlawful discrimination on such basis under any educational program or student activity.


For further information, clarification, or complaint (grievance) procedures, please contact the principal's office or the following coordinator for Section 504 (handicapping conditions), Title IX (gender discrimination), A.D.A. (Americans with disabilities), Title VI (race, color, creed, national origin, and limited English proficiency).
View text-based website