Located in between the beaches of Miami and the Everglade National Park, Miami Dade County Public Schools have an excellent location with academics to match. Students have the opportunity to take the prestigious International Baccalaureate Diploma Program as well as four foreign languages, more than 15 AP Courses, STEM Courses, and specialty courses such as Bio-Medical or Fashion Design.
Schools in the Miami Dade County Public Schools system have modern facilities that support programs in areas like Design, Architecture, Performing Arts and more. Miami Dade also owns and operates a PBS Television Station, WLRN-TV (Channel 17) as well as their own radio station.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Students can compete in a variety of sports in the Fall, Winter, and Spring sports seasons such as Football, Basketball, and Tennis. It is also possible for students to participate in different athletic clubs within the Miami Community.
The district has several high ranking performing arts programs available to international students. Courses on offer include Digital Media, Filmmaking, Photography, Jazz Ensemble, Music Theory and more.
Awards and Accomplishments
The Florida Department of Education named the Miami Dade County Public Schools as a 2019 “A” rated School District for the second year in a row.
Stretching over 2,000 square miles, the Miami Dade County Public Schools are located in the beautiful area between the Atlantic Ocean and the Everglade National Park. More than 6,000,000 people live in this metropolitan area. The diverse community provides students with many options to learn about US culture.
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