Miller High School Reviews
Rating 3.37 out of 5 51 reviews
Some of the teachers at Miller were good at teaching while others liked to talk about Video games pretty much the whole class and did not teach us much. We were taking a test, they asked if we had any questions and we asked them one and he showed us how to do it, but then we asked them another question and they said "I don't have time for that" and he sat at his desk and messed around the whole time. Most of the class failed and we got blamed for it, not saying that some of us didn't fail because we didn't care.. but we didn't get taught much. The same teacher also used to make fun of kids for the way they were, if we didn't play sports or if we weren't that good at somethings, they would make fun of us. What grown adult makes fun of kids for stuff like that?
I liked that it was a small community and everybody knew each other. Everybody got along with each other fairly well, however, the culture there could be revamped and have more team spirit along with better academic encouragement.
I like that students have the opportunity to build a strong relationship with teachers and advisors as it is a small school. I would like to see more teachers be hired so that we can have more diverse and different classes.
The teachers are super helpful and are always willing to teach even if they aren't necessarily the teacher for that subject. They put their students first and they want to build great teacher and student relationships.
The teachers were vary nice and there was vary little bullying. The people around this area are friendly and caring.
One thing I liked about Miller High School was how their TRIO person was very helpful. One thing I think that should change is kids should at least be a loud to have their phones out during lunch and extra help.
Miller High school was a great place if you wanted to be able to know everyone that was graduating with you. You rarely get new students but many people leave. The sports programs were decent although their was many problems with it. The teachers are all super nice and intelligent. And for the most part they were easy to get along with. The students, although there isn't many, all have created such a special bond with each other. It's a small town and small community were everyone knows everyone. Miller High School is the place to go if you want to be noticed and live away from a huge city. The school has zero cell phone service and the students are not permitted to use their phones because it is a place of learning not a place to socialize.
I mean its a very small school, you don't have a ton of opportunities but the once you do have are pretty good. We don't have a ton of clubs and organizations but sports is a good alternative to those
My graduating class is 38 student so its cool knowing everyone and being able to know so much about all of them. Nobody is a stranger
After-school activities are mostly sports. However, if you bring an idea for a club to the principal, along with a teacher willing to participate, there's a high chance you can start it.
Students are super nice and accepting. However, academically the school lacks the resources to keep up with the surrounding districts.
We have old books that surrounding schools do not use anymore, and lack a variety of classes. The teachers are over-worked. Parents seem more worried about their children's participation in sports than academic achievement.
Teachers that are present do a good job teaching the material although some participate in putting some students down.
The options are healthy and meet state standards. However, there is not a lot of options and the food is bland.
Safety measures are taken at the school although some seem unnecessary. The school nurse could do a little more to help students. However, it is a safe environment overall.
The school does not offer many different sports and the ones they do offer either have average or below average conditions. School spirit is decent in some students but is lacking in others and the school does very little to increase it.
I've never been involved in extracurriculars. I'm an artsy person. You can find me doodling in my art room :)