A. B. Miller High School
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Coordinates: 34°07′46″N 117°26′53″W
(Fontana) A. B. Miller High School is one of five high schools in the
(Fontana) A. B. Miller High School
Fontana Unified School District that services students in the Fontana area
1 School namesake
2 Placement on low-performing schools list
4 Notable alumni
6 External links
School namesake Location
Fontana, California, United States
A.B. Miller High School is named after Azariel Blanchard Miller (1878–
Coordinates 34°07′46″N 117°26′53″W
1941) who is credited as the founder of the city of Fontana. In 1905, he
brought 200 head of horse, mules, plows, scrapers and tents into the area
Type Public school
and began transforming 17,000 acres of sand, sage brush and rock into a
Established October 1991
great citrus fruit, poultry and live stock farm.
School Fontana Unified School District
Placement on low-performing schools list
Principal Vacant, TBA
In March 2010, Fontana A.B. Miller High School was placed on a list of the Number of 3006 (2008–2009 school year)
5 lowest performing high schools in the county. A transformation model students
was put in place in the school, which called for the replacement of the Color(s) Red and Black
principal and rewarding teachers based on student performance. The Mascot Rebels
Principal Heather Griggs was not replaced, however, due to being on the Website fusdweb.com/sites/hs/abmiller[dead link][1 ]
job less than 2 years. Fontana Unified School district, home to three of the
188 lowest performing schools in the state, is slated to receive $5.7 million in School Improvement Grants (SIG) to support
Out of the 3,006 students enrolled during the 2008–2009 school year, the ethnic breakdown was:
91.6% Hispanic or Latino
Jesse Chavez, Major League Baseball player for the Toronto Blue Jays
Alexis Serna, Canadian Football League player who is currently a free agent
Nick Barnett, NFL player for the Buffalo Bills
Bobby Green, Strikeforce professional Mixed Martial Artist.
1. ^ "A. B. Miller High School" . Retrieved 2011-01-22.
2. ^ "Our High Schools" . Retrieved 2011-01-22.
3. ^ "School Names" . Retrieved 2011-01-22.
4. ^ "http://www.sbsun.com/news/ci_14635061" . San Bernardino Sun. Retrieved 2011-12-12. [dead link]
5. ^ "Seven San Bernardino schools named among state's worst" . dailynews.com. Retrieved 27 Aug 2010.
6. ^ "Seven San Bernardino City Schools Among State’s Lowest Performing" . blackvoicenews.com. Retrieved 27 Aug 2010.
7. ^ "$57.6 million set to go to San Bernardino schools" . Redlands Daily Facts. Retrieved 27 Aug 2010.
8. ^ "2008-09 School Accountability Report Card" . Retrieved 2011-12-12.
2008-2009 School Accountability Report Card
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