Miami-Dade County is located in Southeast Florida bordering the Atlantic Ocean and Monroe, Broward and Collier Counties.
Established in 1836 from a portion of St. Johns County and originally named "Dade" County named for Major Francis Longhorne Dade, U.S. Army Commander during the Second Seminole War. The name was changed in 1997 by the voters from Dade to Miami-Dade add the internationally recognized city of Miami.
FIU Stadium is a college stadium home to Florida International University's Panthers football team. Located in Miami, Florida, and informally known as The Cage, the stadium has a seating capacity of 20,000. Also home to Miami FC soccer team and other events.
The only water park within the City of Miami, offering four pools, two slide pools, one for toddlers, one for older children and adults, a recreation pool and a lazy river, all ages can come and cool off in the summer months.
Hard Rock Stadium located in Miami Gardens, Florida is home to the Miami Dolphins NFL football team and the University of Miami Hurricanes football. Formerly known by 7 other names initially the Joe Robbie Stadium and most recently the Sun Life Stadium, the stadium hosts the Orange Bowl annually as well as large concerts, WrestleMania and numerous events. 5 Super Bowls, 2 World Series, 4 BCS National Championship Games, WrestleMania XXVIII are just a few of the past events hosted at the Hard Rock Stadium.
Marlins Park is a baseball park, home of the Miami Marlins, located in Miami, Florida. The stadium is a contemporary architecture featuring an abstract design, a retractable roof, Miami Deco Art, Fish Tanks, Swimming Pool, Nightclub and a true South Beach atmosphere. Built where the old Orange Bowl use to be, the stadium has taken a Green approach to be environmentally friendly.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools has authority over 2,000 square miles of communities ranging from rural and suburban to urban cities are served by the Miami-Dade County School District. In terms of the number of schools in the area, Miami-Dade County consists of over 350 schools and serves over 300,000 students making it the fourth largest school district in the United States. The school district’s mission is to provide the highest quality education so that all students are empowered to lead productive and fulfilling lives as lifelong learners and responsible citizens.
Adam's Filling Station on Wheels has catering chefs on hand with decades of catering experience. Whether it's for a casual brunch or a lavish white glove event, they offer a qualified staff to take care of all of your needs.
Serving children, ages 18 months to 12 years providing an unrivaled educational experience with a nurturing atmosphere, coupled with the Montessori Method, creating a dynamic environment where children “Learn to Love to Learn.”
As an established PreK through Middle School, rooted in the tradition of the Episcopal Church, All Angels is dedicated to a singular educational philosophy: To develop the whole child by challenging the mind and nourishing the spirit in a diverse community guided by Christian values.
Magnet school places special emphasis on mastery of academic skills, career exploration, community service, self-esteem, self-discipline, interpersonal skills, and personal values to develop life long learners who will be contributors to an ever-changing global economy.
Atlantis Academy was established in 1976 for students who have learning difficulties and are struggling in their current school environment. Atlantis Academy emphasizes the importance of close parent/teacher/student relationships for the benefit of each child. Our low student-to-teacher ratio and experienced, caring and nurturing staff help foster students’ self-confidence and self-esteem.
Atlantis University is a Miami based international college that offers Associates, Bachelors, Masters, and certification programs in the fields of business and technology. It also specializes in language education.
Barry University is a Private University in Miami Shores. It has a Catholic foundation and began as a woman's university, but today students of all faiths, genders, and backgrounds are welcome. It has more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs in many different fields and serves over 7,000 students, making it one of the largest private colleges in Florida.
The Braille and Talking Book Library is a library dedicated to providing reading materials to blind and visually impaired residents. Its headquarters is located in Daytona and it has nine subregional locations in Coca, Ft. Myers, Ft. Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Clearwater, Miami, Orlando, Pensacola, and Lake Worth to serve residents throughout the state.
Carlos Albizu University has campuses in Puerto Rico and Miami. It specializes in graduate psychology programs. It also offers degrees in Education, Business, Criminal Justice, Human Service, and Speech and Languages.
Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart is an all-girls school grades preK-12 with a community inextricably bound by the educational imperatives clearly outlined by our foundress, St. Madeleine Sophie Barat, over 200 years ago. The distinctive spirit of Sacred Heart education addresses the student’s total development: spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical.
Che Grill was created in a burst of imagination and excitement as part of the first group of Food Trucks to venture and explore South Florida communities. Food Trucks were a novelty and they wanted to bring authentic Argentine cuisine to this new culinary movement that was sweeping the United States.
City College is a Florida college with locations in Altamonte Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Gainesville, Hollywood, and Miami. It offers associates and bachelors degrees in the fields of business, heath, and legal/justice.
Dickson Smokehouse food truck sells a variety of smoked, slow cooked authentic food. They specialize in pulled pork, brisket, ribs, and chicken. They also offer catering for all sizes in Miami, Florida.
E & J Texas BBQ, LLC created a menu around authentic Texas style food. They use freshest products and smoke their meat slow and low in a custom line of spice rubs and sauces. This food truck is located in Miami, Florida.
Co-educational, independent day school with approximately 80 students enrolled in the Early Learning (2 yrs.) through the Fifth Grade, and is located on beautiful and safe Fisher Island, accessible only via an eight-minute ferry from Miami Beach.
Florida International University opened it's doors in 1972 in Miami with the largest opening day enrollment in U.S. collegiate history. Today FIU has more than 38,000 students and is ranked in the top 25 largest colleges in the U.S. based on enrollment.
Florida Memorial University is a historically black college in Miami Gardens that was founded in 1879. It is affiliated with the Baptist Church, but it welcomes diversity in race, gender, and religion. It has many different liberal arts undergraduate programs and some graduate programs in business and education.
Florida Technical College is a two-year college with degree programs in healthcare, food and beverage, beauty, and criminal justice. It has locations in DeLand, Kissimmee, Lakeland, Orlando, Pembroke Pines, and Cutler Bay.
Gulliver is a superior college preparatory school devoted to educational excellence, where students are inspired and challenged to reach their fullest potential. At Gulliver, character development is as important as academic achievement and we integrate community values into daily instruction. Our rigorous curriculum, cutting-edge facilities and nurturing faculty place students at the center of learning so they are successful, both in the classroom, at college and throughout their careers.
Homeschooling South Florida is a Yahoo Group designed for homeschooling kids (and their moms/dads) from the Palm Beaches, Broward County, and Dade County. Members on this board are open to discuss homeschooling issues such as curriculum selection, unschooling, the pros and cons (when mom/dad becomes overwhelmed), offer advice to new homeschoolers and share articles found concerning homeschooling issues.
P.A.T.H. Inc. is a secular, non-profit homeschooling co-op and support group run by parent volunteers. All homeschoolers in Miami-Dade are welcome to join PATH, regardless of faith, culture, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or beliefs. Our goal is to find friendships and support while we inform, encourage, and motivate one another along our homeschooling journey.