Meet Khaalidah Miller
Hello, my name is Khaalidah Miller and I welcome you to my website. I work within the ELA department at Frederick Douglass High School and will be assisting with all things ELA. This semester I will be working directly with World Literature. My goal is to ensure that each student has the tools that they need to be successful both in the classroom and in life. I am here to support the teachers and most importantly the students.
What’s the 411?
Most people do not know that, I too, am a product of this community. I attended both the elementary (Collier Heights) and high school (Douglass) in this zone. Fun fact about me is that both my parents, as well as all of my aunts and uncles on both sides of my family, all attended Douglass. I guess one could say my family and I BLEED Black and Gold. For me, Douglass is not just a place of employment, it is one of the BIGGEST pillars of this community. Being an alumni of Douglass means something different around here. I am honored to be able to come back and give back to the school and community that has given so much to me.
I attended the University of Georgia and studied in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. I received my Bachelors Degree in Human Development and Family Science while also being a full-time student-athlete. I was on full scholarship as a member of the women’s basketball team as a 4-year starter with All-Sec honors. I competed in 4 NCAA tournaments with multiple Sweet 16’s and an Elite 8 appearance. Became one of few Lady Bulldogs to score over a 1000 points and hold records in multiple categories. I also bleed red and black. GO DAWGS!
“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today...” - Malcolm X