Mrs. Sharon Miller
Teacher: 8th Grade Homeroom; Middle School Science 6-8
Mrs. Sharon Miller is the middle school department head at St. Anthony School. She teaches middle school science and is the science coordinator for all the elementary grades, K-8. Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Miller attended the Jesuit University of Scranton and earned a BS in Medical Technology. After moving to this area, she worked as a research microbiologist at Hazelton Laboratories and as supervisor of the Microbiology Department at the Veterans Administration Hospital of DC.
As a member of the St. Anthony School community since the fall of 1990, Mrs. Miller has been a parent, instructional assistant, and now a teacher in the intermediate and middle school grades for over ten years. A believer in life-long learning, Mrs. Miller finished her Master of Science in Geosciences while teaching at the school. The culmination of the program was a research trip to the Sierra Nevada to collect data and specimens for her thesis.
Mrs. Miller is married with three children, who all graduated from the school. Mrs. Miller’s goal at the school is to work with all grade levels to excite students about the natural wonders God has placed in the world for us to explore and understand. She is an avid bird watcher and hiker and is still active as a merit badge counselor in her sons’ Boy Scout troop.