Miami Gardens FL Private School

Find Miami Gardens, Florida private schools, including independent, parochial, religious and non-religious affiliated charter schools, boarding schools, Christian schools, preparatory prep schools, and accredited private k-12, middle schools, and high schools. Private schools provide information on tuition, school rankings, school enrollment, education, curriculum, classes, records, and teacher-student ratios.


Arlington & Windsor Academy Of Miami 4814 Northwest 167th Street Miami Gardens FL 33014 305-624-5656


Beacon Hill Preparatory School 18001 Northwest 22nd Avenue Miami Gardens FL 33056 305-624-1600

Clara Mohammed School 20061 Northwest 13th Court Miami Gardens FL 33169 305-757-8741

Gospel Tabernacle Christian Academy 3311 Northwest 189th Street Miami Gardens FL 33056 305-626-9162

His House Academy 20000 Northwest 47th Avenue Miami Gardens FL 33055 305-474-0600

Jeremiah Academy 829 Northwest 167th Street Miami Gardens FL 33169 305-623-7000

Kids Haven Academy 18373 Northwest 27th Avenue Miami Gardens FL 33056 305-621-0990

Learning Emporium Preparatory Academy 17330 NW 27th Ave Miami Gardens FL 33056 305-624-6993

Marian Center School & Services 15701 NW 37th Ave Miami Gardens FL 33054 305-625-8354

Monsignor Edward Pace High School 15600 Northwest 32nd Avenue Miami Gardens FL 33054 305-624-8534

New Life Baptist Church 5005 Northwest 173rd Drive Miami Gardens FL 33055 305-624-3063

New Testament Church Of Transfiguration 1320 Northwest 196th Terrace Miami Gardens FL 33169 786-262-2965

Parkway Baptist Church Wee Care 18000 Northwest 18th Avenue Miami Gardens FL 33056 305-623-1536

Pentab Academy 18415 Northwest 7th Avenue Miami Gardens FL 33169 305-405-0088

Sierra Norwood Calvary Child Development Center 19101 Northwest 5th Avenue Miami Gardens FL 33169 305-770-3733

Ucp Diamond Minds 1160 Northwest 159th Drive Miami Gardens FL 33169 305-623-4438

United Cerebral Palsy-Diamond Minds 1160 Northwest 159th Drive Miami Gardens FL 33169 305-623-4438

William A Kirlew Jr Academy 18900 Northwest 32nd Avenue Miami Gardens FL 33056 305-474-4760

Windsor Academy 285 Northwest 199th Street Miami Gardens FL 33169 305-705-2350

About Miami Gardens Private Schools

Miami Gardens Private Schools are schools that provide all or some portion of Kindergarten through 12th grade education, but they do not operate as part of a public school district in Miami Gardens, FL. Private Schools are largely funded through tuition and student fees, though they may also be supported by grants and private contributions. Some Private Schools may receive a small amount of public funding, such as Florida Department of Education grants for school building renovations. Private Schools have selective admissions and can choose who may enroll as a student. Public Schools, in contrast, are subject to compulsory education laws that requires Florida State to provide education to all children.

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Miami Gardens Private School Accreditation

Licensing or registration of Private Schools may be conducted by the Florida Department of Education. Likewise, teacher certification in Miami Gardens Private Schools may or may not be required depending on the state. Florida may also regulate the length of the school year, health and safety requirements, transportation, special education, reporting requirements, textbooks, or testing. Private Schools in Miami-Dade County maintain substantial autonomy in establishing their own administrative systems, including personnel. Private Schools have the ability to hire and manage Miami Gardens teachers and other school staff outside the confines of education bargaining units.

Miami Gardens Religious Education

Miami Gardens Religious Schools and Parochial Schools are Private Schools that incorporate religion into the curriculum. A Religious School may receive some funding from a religious institution, but the primary source of revenue comes from tuition. In a Parochial School, funding from a religious institution is the primary source of revenue.

Special Education Schools in Miami Gardens, Florida

Miami Gardens Special Education Schools provide education to students with specialized learning needs. These Miami Gardens schools are equipped and staffed to accommodate students on the autism spectrum or with brain injuries, severe anxiety, and other neurological issues.

Other Types of Private Schools

Miami Gardens Montessori Schools offer educational programming that emphasizes exploration and discovery experiences in the classroom. The classes are often structured to keep students and their teachers together for several years.

Other varieties of Miami Gardens Private Schools include Boarding Schools, Language Immersion Schools, Waldorf Schools, and Military Schools.