Craig Miller - Humanities
B.A., Politics, University of California, Santa Cruz
M.A., Education, Stanford University
After graduating from University of California, Santa Cruz, Craig spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali. He returned to the United States to complete his master’s. Shortly thereafter, Craig began teaching at the American School in Mexico City, one of Mexico’s premiere college preparatory schools and one of the oldest international schools in the world. As chair of the Social Studies Department, Craig led the redesign of the U.S. and World History courses, developed and taught International Baccalaureate (I.B.) history courses, and coordinated a number of cross-school curricular initiatives. During his seven years in Mexico, Craig learned his fourth language, becoming fluent in Spanish and many other things Mexican.