Education

Education Compact
Following the blueprint established by the formation of the Education Compact between Miami-Dade County Public Schools (District), and other local governments, the District and the City of Miami Beach, have partnered to bring together each organization’s collective resources for the greater benefit of both the students and the citizens of Miami Beach.

Through this agreement we strive to meet the educational needs of each child and enhance the learning opportunities for all. The Compact was developed with significant community input and reflects the desire of the Miami-Beach community to support excellence in their schools and an investment in the overall enhancement of education for its residents.

Educational Enhancements (City funded)
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Educational Brochure
This educational brochure highlights many of the educational enhancements funded by the City of Miami Beach, available to Miami Beach Youth residents. The brochure was developed to help market the many educational programs. ONLY available in the City of Miami Beach.
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Next Generation 
The Next Generation column in Miami Beach magazine is a testament to the city’s dedication to its future leaders. Articles are added monthly and cover topics affecting the youth in Miami Beach like health care and dual enrollment options. Click here for more.

International Baccalaureate 
The  International Baccalaureate (IB) program implementation at Miami Beach public schools is underway.  As this programs continues to expand, students and their parents(s)/ guardian(s) can expect a curriculum that will encourage international awareness with emphasis on the skills, attitudes, and knowledge needed to succeed.  Click here for more information.

Arts & Culture
The City of Miami Beach offers unique artistic and cultural resources that we encourage students to take advantage of. To read more about the Arts and Culture present in Miami Beach, click here for more information.

Resident Resources
Parents and guardians can also get involved in our public schools. Click here for more info.