Thank you for making 2018 one of the most remarkable years in Miller School of Albemarle’s 141-year history.
MSA engineering students use their minds, hands, and hearts to provide shelter for dogs in the Charlottesville area.
MSA sophomores use woodworking skills to serve the Virginia Association of Independent Schools.
Watch Zoe Ding’s powerful Senior Speech. “I was so glad that I had chosen to make myself uncomfortable, so, in the end, I could feel so comfortable with the results.”
Public speaking takes center stage with Senior Speeches and other opportunities on the Hill to master the art of oration.
The Equestrian team joined the Farmington Hunt Club for its weekly hunt on Thursday, November 1.
The October issue of The Crozet Gazette features Miller School of Albemarle’s current renovation of the original Thomas Edison hydroelectric power house into a hydroponics classroom.
Girls Volleyball team begins the season with its best record in school history.
During the course of two National Championship events, road cycling and mountain biking, MSA rode away with three National Championship titles, two silver medals, and numerous top-ten finishes.
It's time to buzz the tower! Mavericks fly to new heights on 2018 AP Exams.
The Miller School of Albemarle baseball team defeated Steward School 3-0 to win its second straight state championship title.
"I've never seen you looking so lovely as you did tonight." View complete photo gallery from MSA Prom.
Preston Stallings awarded the Samuel Miller Medal for his service to the youth of Albemarle county and the Miller School of Albemarle.
Head of School, J. Michael Drude, shares important message with the Miller School of Albemarle on the first day of spring break.
MSA students learn advanced research skills at the University of Virginia
MSA's 11th Head of School, Lindsay Barnes, returns to teach WWOWW course on the Kennedy assassination.
University of Virginia recognizes Samuel Miller's personal chair as one of the 100 most important objects in UVA history.
Land Management course incorporates history of school and Mind, Hands, Heart curriculum to engage students.
One of the first questions that MSA’s new Head of School, Mike Drude, asked when he arrived on campus was: why does the iconic bell tower have a bell that does not ring?