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Miller School of Albemarle

Founded in 1878 by Samuel Miller as one of the nation’s first co-educational boarding and day schools, Miller School of Albemarle is a college preparatory school offering grades eight—twelve and a post-graduate program. Located on 1,600 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains just west of Charlottesville, Virginia, MSA provides a challenging program of academics, athletics, and fine and performing arts.


City: Charlottesville, Virginia

Year Founded: 1878

Campus Size: 1600 Acres

Grades Offered: 8th-12th, PG

Number of Students: 230

Percent Boarders: 40%

Average Class Size: 12

Gender: Co-Ed

Diversity: 11 States & 13 Countries represented

Signature Program: Engineering, Sustainable Agriculture, Humanities

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