The Miller Hall evokes nostalgia among old students, a building that is almost as old as the school itself. A building that served multiple purposes – as a hall for the morning assembly, a stage which stood witness to several functions, plays and music events, a canteen and a dining hall for the hostel students, has been one of the hallmarks of this school for several decades.
In 2016, this building was replaced with a new one, modern in outlook, serving pretty much the same causes, with a few additions. The kitchens were modernized, the labs were moved to this new building, and the dining hall continues to serve the students. The new building continues to evoke the same joy in its new avatar.
Rev. Miller, one of the early principals of the school continues to be remembered in name and spirit.