Clint Miller served as an assistant principal at Lakeside Middle School for two years before joining the staff of Little Elm High School as an associate principal. He served the district in that capacity for the past two years. In 2020, he will begin serving as the principal at Strike Middle School.
What are you looking forward to with the upcoming school year?
We are looking forward to getting a chance to continue to build on the success we have had over the last few years.
What do you enjoy about teaching/your job?
I love getting to be around kids and having the opportunity to have a positive impact on their lives.
What is something about you that often surprises people?
People tell me that I look intimidating, but once they get to know me that I am like a big teddy bear.
What is one life lesson you have learned over the years?
I have learned that sadly, there are some kids as young as 6th grade who have sadly given up on life because they have such horrible situations in their personal lives. As educators we have to have enough belief for these kids until they believe in themselves.
If you could sit in with a band and play with them, which would you choose?
If you could live in any sitcom, which one would it be?
What is your favorite movie?
What is your favorite book?
Three things on your bucket list?
Attend an Ohio State vs. Michigan football game. Visit Australia. See all three of my children become successful adults.
How do you relax in your spare time?
Spending time with my family.
Would you rather win an Oscar, Grammy or Nobel prize, and why?
Nobel Prize. The other two are meaningless as far as helping humanity.
What do you hope to be remembered for?
Someone who treated other people well.
What is your favorite holiday?
What is one of your favorite memories of growing up?
Family camping trips.
What accomplishment brings you the most pride?
Seeing my children and my students succeed.
What superpower would you want and how would you use it to help people?
Flying, I have no idea.
If you had to choose another career, which would it be?
What was your first job?
Wal Mart cart boy
You’re given $1 million and a year off from work. What do you do with it?
Pay off all of my debt and relax for a year.
Who inspires you and how are you a bit like them?
Martin Luther King Jr. I try to unite people.
Who was your hero when you were a child and why?
My Uncle Tim. He was a star athlete and invested in me.