Monday , 20 October 2014
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It’s Time to Share the Best Kept Secret in Miami Beach

Quality schools are essential to the fabric of any community. Miami Beach is a special place, unlike any other on earth, and our schools are very special places.

Miami Beach is committed to supporting and investing in excellence in our public schools, yet many in our community know little or nothing about the quality of our Miami Beach Public Schools.

Here are a few facts; all of our feeder pattern schools are either “A” or “B” schools. North Beach Elementary, South Pointe Elementary and Miami Beach Senior High have maintained “A” ratings over the last several years. Miami Beach Senior High moved from a “D” to an “A”. US News and World Reports just announced their new High School rankings and Miami Beach Senior High School was rated as #39 in the State of Florida among public, charter, and magnet schools. It was rated the #1 public high school in Miami-Dade County (excluding charter or magnet schools).

All of our Miami Beach public schools offer the International Baccalaureate (IB) continuum of education. Any school may become an IB World School if it meets the International Baccalaureate Organization (lBO) intense and extensive requirements. The IB model fosters a positive attitude to learning by supporting students to ask challenging questions, reflect critically, develop research skills and participate in community service.

Take some time to better educate yourselves on what is available. All of our schools have websites. All of our schools have open houses and tours. All of our schools have very active PTA’s or PTSA’s, many with a wealth of information on their websites and newsletters that go out monthly or more. Miami Beach Senior High will share its bi-monthly e-newsletter with anyone that asks by sending an email to beachhighptsapres@gmail.com. North Beach will add you to their recipient list by emailing nbepta.president@gmail.com and Nautilus will share by contacting them at nautilusptsa@ gmail.com.

Now tell me why you wouldn’t want to save upwards of $35,000 after tax dollars by trying out one of our Miami Beach public schools?

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