City of Miami Gardens, Florida

Miami Gardens is a city located about halfway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, inland from Miami Beach. Most of its neighborhoods were unincorporated areas of Miami-Dade County before the city was incorporated in 2003. The Miami Dolphins play their home games here in the Sun Life Stadium.

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. 

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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. 

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.

Rainbow Park Elementary School/North Center for the Expressive Arts established in 1956, has a rich history and a long tradition of excellence.

St. Thomas University is a Roman Catholic university in Miami Gardens, Florida. It offers many excellent programs for students hoping to explore a broad range of subjects.