Miller School of Albemarle (MSA) is a coeducational and college preparatory day and boarding school for grades 8 to 12. Nestled in the rolling hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, MSA has been educating the Minds, Hands, and Hearts of students since 1878. With a visually stunning 1,600-acre campus, MSA offers its 180 students ample opportunity to broaden their intellectual horizons, while gaining life enhancing experience in a wide range of extracurricular activities.
MSA provides a challenging and structured curriculum through which students not only learn their subjects, but also develop a life-long love of learning. This curriculum includes sixteen AP course offerings, and special programs in applied engineering, humanities, and land management. MSA is known for combining academic understanding with practical hands-on experience, so that students gain know-how as well as knowledge. Students participate in year-long community service partnerships on campus and in Charlottesville. MSA offers a broad selection of athletics and afternoon activities.
Average class size is ten students. Sixty percent of students are boarders. Miller School of Albemarle is located 12 miles west of Charlottesville, Virginia.