Mount Si's Miller is Aerospace Scholar

Sally Miller of Mount Si High School is among 287 talented juniors from across the state who were accepted into the fifth year of Washington Aerospace Scholars.

Miller will take part in NASA-designed curriculum covering the history of space exploration, the space shuttle, the International Space Station, the moon and Mars.

From January through May, Miller and fellow scholars will complete ten lessons, submitting quizzes, math solutions, essays, and graphics concerning these topics every other week. Scholars will independently select a topic of interest for a final project combining an essay with a graphic. Top-performing scholars will be invited to an all-expense-paid summer residency at The Museum of Flight in Seattle.

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