After pre-3rd grade in private school, we made the financial decision to move our daughter to Miller and are SO thankful we did. Our only regret was that we didn't do this years prior, and save ourselves the thousands of wasted dollars. My husband jokingly calls Miller the U.N. because of the diversity in the classroom. Forget the school for a second, the children are AMAZING. I've never seen a classroom of 23 kids all liking each other, bully-free. The private school we had our daughter in, catholic private school, had more nasty-attitude children and parents then we were prepared for. She absolutely LOVES Miller. The school is small, clean, not superiorly decorated but the guts in school is really what matters. My daughter is learning at grade level, if not higher. The classes rotate and she has a decent exposure to all areas of study.
Miller has been a great school for my children. The PTA plans many fun activites for the parents and kids throughout the year. The teachers are caring and warm. My kids went through K-5th grade and we have had a very positive experience at this school.
the principal seems to only be there because she has do be. not very friendly. the cirriculum seems to be just passing. i was told they do alot of social activities than book learning. we took our son out of that district and put him in a better 'book learning' district with a smaller class. thank hod for the new law 'no chlid gets left behind'. he was on a first grade reading level in second grade. he started in the miller school at kindergarden! i saw him go backwards in what i had taught him when he started school.