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Maria Nimmo Places 3rd at Regional Shakespeare Competition!

Maria Nimmo Places 3rd at Regional Shakespeare Competition!

Junior Maria Nimmo has won third place at the regional level of the National Shakespeare Competition! Having honed her Shylock monologue from last week’s school competition, and having added the wry Sonnet 151 to her repertoire, Maria took to the stage at Blackfriars Theatre on Saturday, February 4. She was up against the best […]

 
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Bardfest!

Bardfest!

With our school-wide Shakespeare unit in full swing, all students memorized and recited a monologue of their choice during classroom competitions held this and last week. On Friday, January 27, the finalists met on stage in the Chapel for a Battle of The Bard! Congratulations to our winner Maria Nimmo, […]

 
Engineering Students Learn About Environmental Awareness in Modern Building Design

Engineering Students Learn About Environmental Awareness in Modern Building Design

Recently, Mr. Charles Hendricks spoke to Mr. Henry’s Applied Engineering class.  Mr. Hendricks is one of the Principals of The Gaines Group Architects with offices in both Charlottesville and Harrisonburg and is a licensed Architect with the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Mr. Hendricks spoke extensively of his experiences with […]

 
Students Get a View Behind the Television Screen

Students Get a View Behind the Television Screen

The Charlottesville Newsplex hosted a grand tour for several of our students. Students learned the basics of advertising and the technological aspects to a news station. They saw the inner workings of how news is produced, reported, and aired. Students experienced the green screen, reading from a teleprompter, and seeing […]

 
Gervais Signs Professional Cycling Contract for 2017

Gervais Signs Professional Cycling Contract for 2017

Miller School of Albemarle Endurance Team captain and senior, Laurent Gervais, makes the jump to the professional ranks of cycling by signing with Aevolo Cycling Team, a new UCI/International Professional under-23 team.  The team is directed by Michael Creed, a former professional cyclist at the World Tour level. Coming from […]

 
MSA Poetry Out Loud Competition!

MSA Poetry Out Loud Competition!

Senior Deja Canter (right) has won Miller’s school-level Poetry Out Loud competition! On Friday, December 2, she took the stage against eight other grade-level finalists, and with subtle, stealthy recitations of poems by Rita Mae Reese and Chase Twichell, she won over the judges and audience alike. Congratulations also to […]

 
MSA Service Group Invited to Attend Center for Non-Profit Excellence Luncheon

MSA Service Group Invited to Attend Center for Non-Profit Excellence Luncheon

Service group members of the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center, Yasmine Tyler, Olivia Jefferson, Grace Tian, Liliana Kelley-Wagner, Loicke Derquenne, and Nate Cantu led by faculty member Russell Leary and joined by Headmaster Rick France, represented Miller School at the annual Philanthropy Day Luncheon of the Center for Non-Profit […]

 
Hufnagel Invited to the White House

Hufnagel Invited to the White House

Miller School of Albemarle’s Dean of Faculty and Director of Special Programs went to Washington D.C. on Thursday, November 17 to attend the White House Convening on Opportunities for Youth to Experience the Outdoors. Peter Hufnagel was invited to the White House to engage with senior White House and Obama Administration officials […]

 
Farmington Hunts MSA Campus

Farmington Hunts MSA Campus

On October 20th, the Farmington Hunt Club hunted on the Miller School of Albemarle campus and some adjoining properties.  In addition to the FHC members, there were three students from MSA participating – Ainsley Hanson, Josh Kim and Ralph Jang.  For Josh and Ralph this was their first time fox […]