The 2018-2019 Report Card is in: The Florida Department of Education released its annual school grades for the 2018 – 2019 school year. Miami Springs schools did great with 3 A schools, 2 B schools, and just one C school. See the complete breakdown below.
Springview Elementary is truly a hidden gem of living in Miami Springs. It’s a small little school that pumps out amazing performance year over year. We’d like to congratulate the students, parents, teachers, staff, and administration at Springview Elementary School for scoring an A for the 9th consecutive year. Job well done!
ISAAC (Integrated Science and Asian Culture Academy): A
ISAAC Academy is small charter school that continues to excel. Focused on Asian Culture and Science, this school scored an A for the 4th straight year. Definitely a school to consider for the 2019-2020 school year.
AIE (Academy for International Education Charter School): A
AIE continues to impress by improving their school ranking from a B to an A this year. AIE provides parents a wonderful local option that does not sacrifice academics. Great job!
Miami Springs Elementary scored a B this year. Miami Springs Elementary is a great school and has jumped back and forth from B to A for the last 5 years. Keep your heads up and keep striving for that A. We know you’ll be back next year.
Not only did Miami Springs Senior High have a heckuva baseball run this year, but they also improved academically, climbing from a C to a B. Nice job MSSH! Keep on climbing!
Miami Springs Middle School was ranked a C school for the 6th straight year. Springs Middle has made great strides with its Cambridge and Legal Studies programs. Nevertheless, we all know that this school has a wide mix of students that not only includes students from Miami Springs and South Hialeah, but as far east as NW 27th Avenue. Now of course, all areas have great kids. But with more charter schools, and more choices, we’ve seen a dramatic shift where many local parents have moved their kids to other better performing schools. This can obviously lead to a change in the academic mix of students.
In case you were unaware, here’s what Miami Springs Middle School’s boundaries look like:
|Begin at Palmetto Expressway (#826)
and Okeechobee Canal
Southeast on Canal to W 18 Street, Hialeah
East to W 4 Avenue (NW 57 Avenue)
North to Florida East Coast Railroad
East to NW 27 Avenue
South to NW 49 Street
West to Seaboard Railroad
South to Airport Expressway (#112)
West to Miami River
Southeast to Seaboard Railroad
South to Tamiami Canal
West and Southwest to Dolphin Expressway (#836)
West to Palmetto Expressway (#826)
North to Okeechobee Canal,
point of beginning.