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Miller School Ballet Program Prepares for First Production

Miller School Ballet Program Prepares for First Production

Exciting news! The Miller School Ballet Program is preparing for its first production. The dancers will be performing two variations from the classical ballet “Coppellia.”  The performance will take place in May and feature a waltz by the corps de ballet as well as a solo performance by senior Morgan […]

 
Jake Thompson Commits to Furman University

Jake Thompson Commits to Furman University

Continuing in the tradition of graduating fine student-athletes to fine universities with excellent cycling programs, the Endurance Team is excited to announce that senior Jake Thompson has committed to Furman University. “Jake has been an asset to Miller School of Albemarle, both academically and athletically, and I am excited to […]

 
Leo Yip Wins San Dimas King of the Mountains

Leo Yip Wins San Dimas King of the Mountains

San Dimas Stage Race in hills of California ranks as one of the most competitive junior cycling stage races in the country. Like Green Mountain Stage Race in Vermont and  l’Abitibi in Canada, the event attracts some the best up-and-coming talent in North America. Two MSA riders, Leo Yip (Junior) and […]

 
End of the Semester Awards Ceremony

End of the Semester Awards Ceremony

Yesterday had all of MSA gathered together to celebrate the best of our best (because everyone at MSA is the best, and we already know that!) with our end of the third semester Awards Ceremony. Both academic and athletic awards were given, and there were many proud moments. Below is […]

 
Mavericks Honor DI-Bound Athletes

Mavericks Honor DI-Bound Athletes

Article via Newsplex.com ~ The baseball team at the Miller School will have a pair of future Division I players on the pitching staff next spring. Baseball players Mike Dailey (VCU) and Jacob Rich (Radford) were among the Mavericks honored Wednesday morning for signing letters of intent with college programs. […]

 
Ballet Studio News

Ballet Studio News

Last week, ballet students began learning a variation from La Bayadere.  The original choreography is by Marius Petipa.  Students are learning a revised version of the entrance of Gamzatti, the Rajah’s daughter.  The variation features grand allegro jumps, quick pirouettes and theatrical styling that puts the students coordination and endurance […]

 
Boys Varsity Soccer vs Fishburne

Boys Varsity Soccer vs Fishburne

Entering the final minute of the game, it seemed like a brilliant half of soccer was not going to pay off for the Miller boys soccer team.  Down 2-0 at halftime, the Mavericks dominated play raining 27 second half shots on their opponents from Fishburne Military Academy.  The blistering attack […]

 
Va H.S. Cycling League RaceYork River State Park

Va H.S. Cycling League RaceYork River State Park

Virginia High School Cycling League, Race #2 York River State Park, September 21, 2014 Race #2 of the Virginia High School Cycling League moved eastward this past weekend to York River State Park, a beautiful park located near Virginia’s historic triangle of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. The course was […]

 
Boys Soccer vs New Covenant

Boys Soccer vs New Covenant

For the second Friday in a row, the Miller Varsity soccer team fought valiantly in front of its home crowd on the Hill.  Despite a strong effort across the board, Miller fell 2-0 as none of its many chances could find the back of the net.   Led by senior […]

 
Boys Soccer vs Blue Ridge

Boys Soccer vs Blue Ridge

The boys varsity soccer team played its first home game on Friday, falling to Blue Ridge School 6-1.  The team was led by Joey Hall in goal who tallied 17 saves.  Despite the score, the game was competitive throughout.  After falling behind 1-0 early, Miller’s defense settled in and only […]