Greg Miller

Superintendents - Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

Catholic Education Centre

Greg Miller joined the Catholic Education staff as an Assistant Superintendent of Schools in August 2013. 

Mr. Miller was born and raised in Nova Scotia. He began his education at the Nova Scotia Teachers’ College and completed an Associate Degree in Education - Physical Education. He then enrolled in St. Mary’s University in Halifax, NS and completed his Bachelor in Education degree. Greg completed his Masters’ in Education with a major in school administration at Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. 

Greg started his teaching career at Immaculate Conception Catholic School in Prince George, BC as a Physical Education teacher. The Catholic education system in British Columbia is a private system funded by the Parish, parents, and the Province. In 1992 Mr. Miller was appointed Vice Principal of Immaculate Conception School and continued in the role until 1999. In 1999 he was appointed as Principal of St. Mary's School in Prince George. Wanting a high school Catholic education for his family, Greg and his family moved to Lethbridge (Holy Spirit School District) where he was employed as the Principal of Ecole St. Mary’s School, a dual track Immersion Catholic School. 

Mr. Miller completed an Action Research study called Shift 2.0 - Moving a School Library into the 21st Century. He has provided staff development on a number of emerging trends in education, including "21st Century Learning Commons", "Becoming a Connected Educator", "Quality Blogging With Students", and "Building Digital Learning Portfolios." He has experience in assisting staff in changing their instructional beliefs and practices as a vehicle to help every student succeed.