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6th Graders went on a field trip to hike Animas Mountain to celebrate the end of the school year. Here are some who made it to the Turtle Lake Overlook!! Have a great summer, Miller Families!!

Durango School District 9‐R and local and regional emergency first responders, including law enforcement, emergency management services, Durango Fire Protection District, area hospitals, and victim advocates, will be conducting a live, full-scale exercise mimicking the scenario of an active shooter in a school.  This exercise will test all emergency agencies’ systems of preparedness, response, and recovery in response to a school crisis. 

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Durango High School and Miller Middle School have obtained International Baccalaureate World School status after completing the rigorous application process and the required training and implementation of the program’s pedagogy at Miller Middle School and in the Atlas small learning community at DHS. MMS and DHS are now members of an ever-growing global community of 1,094 schools offering the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) in 96 different countries.

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Want to know more about Miller Middle School? Check out our new school brochure to find out more about our academic programs and activities.

Wed, 05/28/2014 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Meeting for prospective football players and parents of the 2014 season. The meeting will be at Miller MS (specific location within the building TBA) at 6pm.

MMS Football Meeting for Prospective Players
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At a Glance

  • School Mascot: Angels
  • Colors: Blue and White
  • Students: 432

Our Mission

Miller, an internationally minded middle school, inspires global awareness. Our young leaders make a positive difference in our changing world through inquiry, cross-cultural understanding, and a shared vision of academic excellence. We are committed to an innovative educational system, guaranteeing our learners acquire critical thinking and problem- solving skills necessary to compete and succeed in the 21st century. In partnership with the Durango community, our students achieve confidence and success in their learning through equitable opportunities and rigorous interdisciplinary experiences, sparking a passion for life-long learning.

Contact Information

  • Principal: Cito Nuhn
  • School Phone: (970) 247-1418
  • School Fax: (970) 385-1191