Milissa Mills is in her eighth year teaching Vocal Music at Pomona High School, in Arvada, Colorado, and her 21st year as a music educator with Jefferson County Public Schools. She has taught music for grades 1-12, including general music, choir, and marching band as well as middle school theatre and high school and middle school color guard. Milissa is the current director of Pomona’s six vocal ensembles, including the award winning, Midnight Vocal Ensemble, as well as co-advisor of Pomona’s Tri-M Chapter. She is a member of the National Music Educators Association.
An Arvada native, Milissa graduated from Arvada High School, where she was an active member of the performing arts program, participating in choir, marching band and color guard. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Metropolitan State College of Denver and a Master of Music in Conducting from Colorado State University. Milissa currently performs with the Alpine Chorale. Milissa resides in Arvada with her husband, Craig and three children, Parker, MacKenzie and Megan.