Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School
Miller Comprehensive Catholic High School was the first high school built by the Regina Catholic School Division and first opened its doors in 1966. Its namesake, Joseph P. Miller, 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, French Immersion as well as modified and alternative programming.
Miller’s associate elementary schools include St. Augustine Community School, St. Catherine Community School, St. Dominic Savio School, St. Elizabeth School, St. Gabriel School, St. Marguerite Bourgeoys School and St. Theresa School.
Miller School Colours: Navy, Red and Grey
Marauder Mondays - School Spirit Days. Monday's at Miller are known as 'Marauder Monday's'. Students, for this day in particular, are encouraged to wear Miller spirit wear or dress in Miller school colours.