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Schools in Palmetto Bay

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Mar 24 18 minutes read

Boasting unconventional beauty highlighted by uniquely styled street signs and artistically landscaped traffic circles, Palmetto Bay is a small, vibrant community with unique recreational activities, jaw-dropping bay vistas, and a list of quality schools that completes its family-oriented atmosphere!  

Nestled amidst the sunny state's largest metropolitan area, Palmetto Bay is a city that displays an incomparable blend of rural, old Florida charm and urban sophistication.

The neighborhood takes pride in its enviable balance between quality living and growth, offering locals and tourists an extensive park system, alluring public spaces, outdoor activities, historic landmarks, and a wide range of exceptional private primary and secondary educational institutions, making it a first-choice community for raising families in South Florida!

Here's a list of schools in Palmetto Bay.

ELEMENTARY


1) Coral Reef Elementary School (PK-5) (Top-Pick!) 

7955 SW 152nd St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A public elementary school served by Miami-Dade County, Coral Reef Elementary School, offers education for children from levels PK-5. The school empowers students towards success by mastering academic skills to pursue a lifelong love of learning, acknowledge their roles in a global community, and develop knowledge and respect for different cultures while developing a social conscience and respect for the environment.

CRE is a designated "School of Excellence" by the Florida State Board of Education, a Gold-designated school in STEM, a Golden Apple School awardee, and has received several Fairchild Challenge, Youth Fair, Odyssey of the Mind, and SECME Science Competition Awards.  

According to recent data, the school has 784 students with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1, and the latest state test scores indicate that at least 82% of its students are proficient in math and 81% in reading.

Click here for Coral Reef Elementary School's 2021-2022 Report Card by the Florida Department of Education.

2) Howard Drive Elementary School (PK-5) (Top-Pick!)

7750 SW 136th St, Miami, FL 33156

A public elementary school served by Miami-Dade County, Howard Drive Elementary School, offers education for children from levels PK-5. The school provides a supportive environment for students by promoting a firm academic and technological foundation, including multicultural experiences, as it fosters intellectual, emotional, and social development.

After an esteemed Howard Drive Elementary education, the school aims for students to become contributing society members that understand effective communication, creative problem solving, critical thinking, self-direction, and respecting individuality and diversity in cultures.

According to recent data, the school has 384 students with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1, and the latest state test scores indicate that at least 72% of its students are proficient in math and 74% in reading.

Click here for Howard Drive Elementary School's 2021-2022 Report Card by the Florida Department of Education.

3) Dr. Henry E. Perrine Academy of the Arts (K-5) 

8851 SW 168th St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A public elementary school served by Miami-Dade County, Dr. Henry E. Perrine Academy of the Arts, offers education for children from levels K-5. The school provides a safe space for young people's imagination in a professional learning environment through multiple intelligences, expressive arts, and technology.

The Dr. Henry E. Perrine Academy of the Arts teachers and staff offers students stimulating and rigorous learning opportunities by providing instruction that informs, inspires, and challenges. With this, the school instills a love of learning that grows throughout its students' academic lives.

According to recent data, the school has 589 students with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1, and the latest state test scores indicate that at least 62% of its students are proficient in math and 66% in reading.

Click here for Dr. Henry E. Perrine Academy of the Arts 2021-2022 Report Card by the Florida Department of Education.

4) Christ Fellowship Academy (PK-5) 

8900 SW 168th St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A private Christian school for levels PK-5, Christ Fellowship Academy creates student leaders for tomorrow's world through a Biblical foundation and Christian worldview.

At Christ Fellowship Academy, students receive an advanced well-rounded education focusing on the various learning styles (visual, auditory, tactile), imbued with critical thinking and problem-solving skills. With this, the school guides each student with a concern for their physical, mental, social, and spiritual needs while considering their talents and abilities.  

Christ Fellowship Academy is accredited by the Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools and Cognia, Middle States Association Commission on Elementary & Secondary Schools. It is also certified by the ECFA. 

According to recent data, the school has 278 students with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1.

5) Perrine Seventh Day Adventist School (PK-8)

9750 W Datura St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A private Christian school for levels PK-8, Perrine Seventh Day Adventist School is a community committed to providing quality education in a Christ-filled environment. 

A school run by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Perrine Seventh Day Adventist School offers a spiritually oriented education for children centered on God's existence. The school believes that academics develop the spiritual, mental, and physical powers of students and prepares them for the joy of service in this life and the life to come.

According to recent data, the school has 22 students with a student-teacher ratio of 5 to 1.

6) Sunrise School of Miami (PK-8) (Top-Pick!)

14920 SW 67th Ave, Palmetto Bay, FL 33158

A private school for levels PK-8, Sunrise School of Miami is inspired by Waldorf education, a worldwide independent school movement founded in 1919 by Austrian scientist, educator, and philosopher Dr. Rudolf Steiner.

Following his principles and insights, Sunrise School of Miami created a long-term curriculum where the relationship between different studies is tightly interwoven, allowing students to freely discover the many solutions to any given problem through innovative thinking and creative problem-solving. 

Sunrise School of Miami students know how to work independently, enjoy high self-esteem, and have the ability to be fully capable of setting and reaching goals. They are also emotionally mature and convert difficulties into learning experiences.

According to recent data, the school has 75 students with a student-teacher ratio of 6 to 1.

7) Westminster Christian School (PK-12) 

6855 SW 152nd St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A private Christian school for levels PK-12, Westminster Christian School promotes a relevant and rigorous college-preparatory education with a focus on individual learning, gaining knowledge, and building skills for future success.

Westminster Christian School encourages creativity, curiosity, engagement, and problem-solving using research, personal analysis, and investigation. Its students fearlessly explore and succeed in all areas-- academic, spiritual, physical, and social,  receiving a well-rounded educational experience through academics, technology, fine arts, athletics, and community service.

Westminster offers 26 Advanced Placement courses and two Pre-Advanced Placement courses in the high school curriculum. 

According to recent data, the school has 1,280 students with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1.

MIDDLE SCHOOL


1) Perrine Seventh Day Adventist School (PK-8)

9750 W Datura St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A private Christian school for levels PK-8, Perrine Seventh Day Adventist School is a community committed to providing quality education in a Christ-filled environment. 

A school run by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Perrine Seventh Day Adventist School offers a spiritually oriented education for children centered on God's existence. The school believes that academics develop the spiritual, mental, and physical powers of students and prepares them for the joy of service in this life and the life to come.

According to recent data, the school has 22 students with a student-teacher ratio of 5 to 1.

2) Sunrise School of Miami (PK-8) (Top-Pick!)

14920 SW 67th Ave, Palmetto Bay, FL 33158

A private school for levels PK-8, Sunrise School of Miami is inspired by Waldorf education, a worldwide independent school movement founded in 1919 by Austrian scientist, educator, and philosopher Dr. Rudolf Steiner.

Following his principles and insights, Sunrise School of Miami created a long-term curriculum where the relationship between different studies is tightly interwoven, allowing students to freely discover the many solutions to any given problem through innovative thinking and creative problem-solving. 

Sunrise School of Miami students know how to work independently, enjoy high self-esteem, and have the ability to be fully capable of setting and reaching goals. They are also emotionally mature and convert difficulties into learning experiences.

According to recent data, the school has 75 students with a student-teacher ratio of 6 to 1.

3) Westminster Christian School (PK-12) 

6855 SW 152nd St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A private Christian school for levels PK-12, Westminster Christian School promotes a relevant and rigorous college-preparatory education with a focus on individual learning, gaining knowledge, and building skills for future success.

Westminster Christian School encourages creativity, curiosity, engagement, and problem-solving using research, personal analysis, and investigation. Its students fearlessly explore and succeed in all areas-- academic, spiritual, physical, and social,  receiving a well-rounded educational experience through academics, technology, fine arts, athletics, and community service.

Westminster offers 26 Advanced Placement courses and two Pre-Advanced Placement courses in the high school curriculum. 

According to recent data, the school has 1,280 students with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1.

4) Southwood Middle School (6-8) (Top-Pick!)

16301 SW 80th Ave, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A public middle school served by Miami-Dade County, Southwood Middle School offers education from levels 6-8, exemplifying academic excellence and creative expression in the arts.

A premier institution that helps students capture and fulfill their dreams and aspirations, Southwood Middle School has created a legacy that transcends the 14 consecutive "A" ratings by the Florida Department of Education. 

Southwood Middle School students are kind, dedicated, motivated, determined, and confident, and they uphold honesty, promote integrity, develop positive attitudes, embrace respect, and foster cooperation.

According to recent data, the school has 1,125 students with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1, and the latest state test scores indicate that at least 73% of its students are proficient in math and 74% in reading.

Click here for Southwood Middle School's 2021-2022 Report Card by the Florida Department of Education.

5) Palmetto Bay Academy (6-12) (Top-Pick!)

16637 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33157

A private school for levels 6-12, Palmetto Bay Academy offers activities and events that students enjoy from traditional schools in a socially and emotionally supportive setting.

Providing a learning environment that differs from the traditional model, Palmetto Bay Academy boasts a rigorous curriculum that prepares unique learners for the demands of the modern university and employment challenges. Designed by its founder, Stanford-educated teacher, and school leader Lois Dimos MEd, the PBA model emphasizes individualized academic pathways, flexible scheduling, a focus on mastery, not testing, and an understanding of the emotional and behavioral growth of a student ensures academic success.

According to recent data, the school has 35 students with a student-teacher ratio of 5 to 1.

6) Palmer Trinity School (6-12) 

8001 SW 184th St, Miami, FL 33157

A private school for levels 6-12, Palmer Trinity School balances the students' minds, bodies, and spirits while fostering their growth through academic, spiritual, and personal development. The Episcopal school commits to promoting academic excellence and inspiring students to lead lives of virtue, humanity, and spirit.

Palmer Trinity School is a learning environment with several academic interests for students from diverse ethnic, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds. Its students learn to use their unique gifts to serve others through an extensive school program and competitive extracurricular activities. Along with this, Palmer Trinity School helps them develop character, global awareness, and critical thinking.

According to recent data, the school has 770 students with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1.

SENIOR HIGH


1) Palmer Trinity School (6-12) 

8001 SW 184th St, Miami, FL 33157

A private school for levels 6-12, Palmer Trinity School balances the students' minds, bodies, and spirits while fostering their growth through academic, spiritual, and personal development. The Episcopal school commits to promoting academic excellence and inspiring students to lead lives of virtue, humanity, and spirit.

Palmer Trinity School is a learning environment with several academic interests for students from diverse ethnic, religious, and socio-economic backgrounds. Its students learn to use their unique gifts to serve others through an extensive school program and competitive extracurricular activities. Along with this, Palmer Trinity School helps them develop character, global awareness, and critical thinking.

According to recent data, the school has 770 students with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1.

2) Palmetto Bay Academy (6-12) (Top-Pick!)

16637 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33157

A private school for levels 6-12, Palmetto Bay Academy offers activities and events that students enjoy from traditional schools in a socially and emotionally supportive setting.

Providing a learning environment that differs from the traditional model, Palmetto Bay Academy boasts a rigorous curriculum that prepares unique learners for the demands of the modern university and employment challenges. Designed by its founder, Stanford-educated teacher, and school leader Lois Dimos MEd, the PBA model emphasizes individualized academic pathways, flexible scheduling, a focus on mastery, not testing, and an understanding of the emotional and behavioral growth of a student ensures academic success.

According to recent data, the school has 35 students with a student-teacher ratio of 5 to 1.

3) Westminster Christian School (PK-12) 

6855 SW 152nd St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

A private Christian school for levels PK-12, Westminster Christian School promotes a relevant and rigorous college-preparatory education with a focus on individual learning, gaining knowledge, and building skills for future success.

Westminster Christian School encourages creativity, curiosity, engagement, and problem-solving using research, personal analysis, and investigation. Its students fearlessly explore and succeed in all areas-- academic, spiritual, physical, and social,  receiving a well-rounded educational experience through academics, technology, fine arts, athletics, and community service.

Westminster offers 26 Advanced Placement courses and two Pre-Advanced Placement courses in the high school curriculum. 

According to recent data, the school has 1,280 students with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1.

4) Miami Palmetto Senior High School (9-12)

7460 SW 118th St, Miami, FL 33156

A public high school for levels 9-12, Miami Palmetto Senior High School helps culturally diverse students achieve the "extraordinary" and demonstrate high academic levels while exhibiting notable community service. 

Miami Palmetto Senior High School believes that academic excellence, personal integrity, civic responsibility, and global awareness are the keys to future success. With this, the school provides a rigorous curriculum with several departments, including Magnet Programs, Capstone, Forensic Investigative Academy, and iPrep, among others. 

Miami Palmetto Senior High School also has a highly-lauded Athletics program.

According to recent data, the school has 2,774 students with a student-teacher ratio of 26 to 1, and the latest state test scores indicate that at least 52% of its students are proficient in math and 66% in reading.

Click here for Miami Palmetto Senior High School's 2021-2022 Report Card by the Florida Department of Education.

 

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