Achievements

Recognizing students and faculty for academic and non-academic accomplishments is part of  T.C. Miller's mission. Listed below are samplings of these city, regional, and state awards.

Student Achievements

  • Kiwanis Terrific Kids
  • Lynchburg Hill Climber Award
  • "Why My Family Is Special" Essay Contest
  • Young Authors' Contest
  • "My Best Older Friend" Essay Contest
  • Optimist Club of Lynchburg Award for the Arts
  • Optimist Club of Lynchburg Award for Courage
  • Optimist Club of Lynchburg Award for Science
  • Lynchburg School Board Art Award
  • Lynchburg Museum Greeting Card Poetry Contest
  • Arbor Day Foundation Poster Contest
  • Geography Bee state participant
  • Virginia FIRST Lego League Competition First Place for Presentation
  • Virginia FIRST Lego League Regional Robot Design Award
  • Virginia FIRST Lego League Regional Team Spirit Award
  • Virginia FIRST Lego League Regional Teamwork Award
  • Virginia FIRST Lego League Regional Robot Performance Award
  • Chess Club Awards
  • Elmer's Glue and Instructor Magazine Grand Prize Winner for "Get Crafty with Recycling"
  • Regional Science Fair Winners
  • Presidential Fitness Award
  • Virginia Wellness Test Award
  • Presidential Academic Achievement Award
  • Presidential Academic Excellence Award
  • Best in Show for Float in Christmas Parade
  • Exhibition Award at the Classic for Flag Corp

Faculty Achievements

Since the beginning of T. C. Miller School for Innovation, teachers have written grants that have brought recognition and financial awards to our school. The Lynchburg Education Foundation has funded grants such as "Math in a Flash," "Learning in a Backpack," and "Dance, Dance Revolution." The Virginia Commission of the Arts has provided matching grants for the Artist-in-Education Residence Programs at our school.

  • LCS Teacher of the Year 1995 - Barbara Moody
  • Virginia Region V Teacher of the Year 1995 - Barbara Moody
  • Who's Who in American Teachers - Renee Anderson, Kathy Hudson, Jane James
  • Alumni Commitment to Education Award (U of DE) 1998 - Barbara Moody
  • Master Teacher for N.T.T.I. for Math, Science, & Technology - Barbara Moody
  • Virginia Tech Excellence in Education Award 1999 - Bonnie Craig, Barbara Moody
  • Vision Quality of Life Award 1999 - T. C. Miller School for Innovation
  • National Board Certification for Professional Teaching Standards 2000 - Kathy Hudson
  • Southwest Region Elementary Art Teacher of the Year 2002 - Barbara Moody
  • Virginia NTTI Teacher of the Year 2003 - Barbara Moody
  • V.E.M.A. Director for Roanoke Region 2009 - Teresa Mack
  • Environmental Protection Agency Grant - Renee Anderson Grants
  • Lynchburg Education Foundation Grant for an Interactive Math Station - Kelley Jacobs, Shawn Lipscomb
  • Lynchburg Education Foundation Grant for Performing Arts - Joan Sudec, Shawn Lipscomb, Angie Salerno