Miller Comprehensive High School

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Location
50°26'23"N
104°35'47"W
Country
 Canada
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Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School is a Catholic high school located in the Core Group neighbourhood in the central area of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It was the first high school built by the Regina Catholic school system. It is named after Joseph P. Miller who was a longtime member of the school board.Miller offers several academic and extracurricular opportunities to its students, including an advanced placement (AP) program, a regular program, as well as a modified alternative academic program. The AP courses offered at Miller are: Calculus, English, Computer Science, Psychology and Studio Art. A number of specialized courses, including automotive, baking, commercial cooking, construction, cosmetology and welding are also available.Its feeder elementary schools include Jean Vanier School, St. Augustine Community School, St. Catherine Community School, St. Dominic Savio School, St. Gabriel School, St. Marguerite Bourgeoys School and St. Theresa School.

Clubs

Miller offers the following Clubs and Activities: AV Tech Automotive Club Beading Club Book Club Chess Club Cooking Club Drumming Group Musical One Acts Outdoor Ed Improv Knitting Club Robotics Club SADD (Students Against Distracted Driving) Liturgical Team Maker Space Club Multicultural Club Revelation (Liturgical Music Group) Student Representative Council (SRC) Unity in Diversity Yearbook

Student Representative Council

The Student Representative Council (SRC) at Miller Comprehensive High School is responsible for student activities such as: Welcome Week, pep rallies, activity days and game shows.

Sports

Miller Comprehensive High School hosts the following sports teams: Badminton Basketball Cross country Curling Football Fencing Golf Hockey Ping pong Rugby union Soccer Track and field Volleyball Wrestling

Notable alumni

John Donnelly, bassist and vocalist of the Queen City Kids Christine Tell, politician Denise Batters, politician, Senator Josh Harding, NHL goaltender for the Minnesota Wild David Plummer, software engineer on MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows, author of Task Manager in Windows, Space Cadet pinball Windows NT port, etc. Brett Wade, CFL Defensive Tackle for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Affiliated communities

Al Ritchie Arcola East - North Arcola East - South Boothill Cathedral Core Group Gladmer Park Glencairn Glenelm
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