Rosalind Miller teaches Mathematics at RISE High School (APCH). She is a California native and was raised in the city of Compton. Rosalind earned her B.S. in Applied Mathematics from UCLA and she earned two Masters’ degrees in Education, a teaching credential in mathematics, and administrative credential from Cal State Dominguez Hills and National University.
Rosalind joined RISE High School in 2018 after serving as a middle and high school principal at a public charter school in the city of Los Angeles. Prior to serving as a principal in the “charter world, she also served as a middle and high school mathematics teacher and a district level administrator in the Compton Unified School District.
Rosalind’s educational philosophy has always been that all students are capable of learning and it is our role and responsibility, as educators to ensure that every student reaches his or her full potential academically as well as socially and emotionally.