Greg Miller has been named the 6th head football coach at Manchester High School after a vote of the Manchester Community School Board on Tuesday. A lifetime resident of North Manchester, Miller graduated from Manchester High School in 1992 with an Academic Honors Diploma and Manchester College in 1997 with a degree in elementary education and middle school mathematics. Miller has been the 7th grade mathematics teacher for the past 14 years in the North Miami School Corporation.
As the North Miami High School varsity football coach for the past nine years, Miller was named the TRC Coach of the Year in 2007 and has coached seven All-State Players and two Academic All-State Players. His 2012 team won the Class 1A Sectional championship. His coaching record for the past six years is 45 wins and 24 losses.
Miller previously served as the Manchester freshman and 8th grade head coach and was a volunteer varsity assistant coach during his collegiate years. He was a remediation and math teacher previously for Manchester Community Schools.
“We are excited to have Greg Miller return as a Squire to lead our football program! His past successes and credibility with our community are immediate positives, but we also know that his enthusiasm and passion for Squire football will be contagious and what we need most!”