I’ve always known that the Miller High School was an excellent institution and that it was a place my kids would receive a good education. Like many people from small towns, I like to brag about our local education system. However, it is always good to hear the same thing from an outside source.
U.S. News and World Report magazine has just provided that unbiased feedback. Miller High School received a silver medal in their rankings. While there were no gold medal schools in South Dakota this year, Miller High School is the only silver medal winner in the state! How cool is that? Way cool!
Here is a quick description of the rankings from the magazine’s website:
The America’s Best High Schools project is an annual report that identifies the country’s top-performing high schools. The goal is to provide a clear, unbiased picture of how well public schools serve all of their students – from the highest achieving to the lowest achieving – in preparing them to demonstrate proficiency in basic skills as well as readiness for college-level work.
Congratulations to the Miller High School staff, administration, and students for earning this prestigious award.
If you happen to see our teachers, administrators, or students, be sure to let them know you are proud of them for making Miller High School the best high school in the state of South Dakota.