T. C. Miller students apply to participate in curricular activities known as Specials. The application is a vehicle for children to accept responsibility for maintaining grades and behavior that are acceptable to their parents and teachers. Specials are designed to support the multiple intelligences as identified by Howard Gardner. To participate in these activities, students give up recess time. Specials include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Show Choir
  • Recorder Ensemble
  • Dance Ensemble
  • Stage Crew
  • Competition level Show Choir and Dance/Flag Corp
  • Jump Rope Club
  • Fitness Club
  • Flag Corp
  • Cultural Dance Club
  • Musical Instrument Club
  • Visual Arts clubs present “Backstage Café”
  • 21st Century Before School Program - Math Club, Reading Club, and Fitness Club
  • 21st Century After School Program

Opportunities That Occur During School Year

  • Dramatic Productions
  • Open Performances
  • Book Fairs
  • Terrific Kids sponsored by Lynchburg Kiwanis Club
  • Family Nights
  • After-School Tutorial
  • Parent Workshops
  • Therapy Dogs
  • Field Trips
  • Science Enrichment Programs
  • Outdoor Classroom Experiences