Miller Place High School
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|Miller Place High School|
|Miller Place, New York
|Type||Public high school|
|Motto||"Excellence and Beyond"|
|Faculty||62.8 (on FTE basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||15.2|
Miller Place High School is a public high school in the Miller Place Union Free School District along the north shore of Long Island, New York, United States. It is the only high school in the district and contains grades 9-12. The school has been ranked the 78th in the United States for the number of students taking AP classes.
Miller Place High School is located in the hamlet of Miller Place, Suffolk County, New York. Unlike the three other district schools, it is located south of Rt. 25A. Miller Place High School is the only building of the Miller Place Union Free School District not on the original property.
The Miller Place High School Panthers badminton team remained undefeated for 504 straight games from 1973 until April 2005, when they were defeated by Smithtown High School. The team was undefeated under coach Pat McCarrick's 25 years leading the team.
Among the current[when?] clubs are the following-
- Big Buddy Little Buddy
- Drama Club
- Future Business Leaders of America
- KROB (school newspaper)
- National Honor Society
- Students Against Destructive Decisions (S.A.D.D.)
- Student Government
- Varsity Club
- Yearbook Club
- Service Club
- Miller Place School District website
- Miller Place High School, National Center for Education Statistics