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Miami EHS alumnae recognized as 2022 teachers of the year
Kristen Lazuta and Jenn Stormer have been recognized as 2022 Ohio teachers of the year.
Freedom Summer Scholars host Aiken High School students to help diversify teaching
This summer, a group of Aiken High School students -- each an aspiring educator -- participated in the Freedom Summer Scholars program. For two weeks, they focused on Black history and Black education as a way to help diversify the teaching profession.
Legacy STEM Camp Awarded 20k Hawk Tank Grant to Support Underserved Children
The Legacy STEM Camp is not your average summer camp. There are no bunk beds or campfires, and for many, its impact will endure long after summer ends.
EHS students win Benjamin A Gilman International Scholarships to help fund study abroad
Congratulations Alexis Fields, integrated social studies education and Tea Gilbert, integrated English language arts education.
International Partners' Lecture Series with Dr. Thomas Misco
Demystifying and disambiguating civic, citizenship, and social education: The goal of education for our interdependent world
Emily Statzer received the Charles F. & Claudia E. Cornett Creative Teaching Scholarship
Emily becomes the first student recipient of the Cornett Creative Teaching Scholarship.
How Elementary School Students Found Their Voice and Became Changemakers
A group of McGuffey Montessori Elementary students stand proudly beneath their posters. These 1st - 3rd graders are here as part of a gallery walk, and they are eager to speak as changemakers about the problems they wish to solve.
Peffer Park Gallery Walk
Join EHS alum Alli Huff and her McGuffey Montessori students who will make their voices heard in the fight for what they believe in. April 23, 9:30am at the Peffer Park Pavilion
Miami University and Middletown Schools partner on dual teacher licensure program
Teacher education majors will receive licenses in both elementary and special education.