MILLER SCHOOL OF ALBEMARLE
Guided by our mission & values, the signature programs provide opportunities for discovery and reflection through unique offerings. These programs identify strengths in students and leverage the school’s talented faculty, remarkable campus, and long history to offer one-of-a-kind avenues to engage the minds, hands, and hearts of students.
192 PATHS TO SUCCES
“The Student Success Center fully embraces each student’s journey during their time at MSA. We say we ‘meet students where they are’ and want to ensure we are actually doing that and see to it that each individual’s journey here at MSA produces the desired outcomes.” —J. Michael Drude, Head of School
Utilizing the independent study program, Simon got caught up in his passion for Latin—to the point where you could say he was “lost in translation.”
Students and faculty celebrate Earth Day and MSA’s beautiful 1,600-acre campus by planting 37 trees and cleaning up the Hill.
Literally and figuratively, Emily’s life has been one of poetry—and MSA’s unique focus on each student’s strength has given her the poetic license to succeed.
Sometimes the best classroom is not a classroom. Jay Drake engages both his mind and his hands in a project that will serve the school for decades to come.
Mr. Hale’s WWOWW course heated up the Winter Week of Wisdom and Wonder. Students learned the art of making hot sauce and courageously consumed their work.
Katie Clouse wins Nationals and represents Team USA at World Championships while still pursuing academics at full speed.
WWOWW course goes back to MSA’s roots and pays tribute to the school’s first female student.
Maddie Kurtz wins the annual ESU Shakespeare Monologue Competition during an exciting day of Shakespeare on the Hill.
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.