EPA Academies

This Academy will provide students with career and college opportunities in the field of law.  College-bound students will find numerous higher education opportunities in law, including public administration, political studies, and law school.  Students will have the opportunity to intern in law offices and government agencies.  Students can learn about criminal and civil law, courtroom procedures and also participate on the mock trial team.
Extracurricular Activities include Mock Trial Club and the Florida Law Honor Society.

Students who enroll in the Academy of Marine and Environmental Science will gain first-hand experience  by working with environmental professionals, while participating in hands-on labs, outdoor research and field experiences.  Students participate in a rigorous program of study that includes dual enrollment opportunities and honors credit.  Students in the academy are required to participate in the Environmental Club. 
Extracurricular Activities include SECME/Robotics and the Environmental Club.

The Academy of Business and Finance is an academic and internship program for high school students exploring career opportunities within the business management industry with a track in Sports, Recreation and Entertainment.  Completion of this program contributes necessary skills to prepare students for further education and careers in Marketing, Sales and Service including post-secondary degrees in Business Administration with track in Marketing and/or Management, Advertising, and/or Design, Hospitality Administration, Sports and Entertainment Management as well as Multimedia Design. Students are prepared for CTE examinations in Adobe® Dreamweaver with certifications in Illustrator and Photoshop.
Extracurricular activity includes DECA 

Curriculum Guides & Coursework

Policies and Procedures/Code of Conduct

As with all handbooks it is important to try to list every possible situation that might arise in a school. We have attempted to cover as many areas of concern as possible. Please consult with the administrative team should there be any questions regarding the expectations of the handbook.

Please read this handbook very carefully. We also require you to read the School District Student Code of Conduct via the district website. Students will be provided a page that requires the signature of the student and parent/guardian. The signed formed must be returned to school for placement in the student file.

Policies and Procedures K - 12  MIAMI DADE COUNTY public schools code of conduct

Family Rights & Privacy Act

Outside Food and Lunch Deliveries

For safety and to minimize disruptions, students are not permitted to order food deliveries of any kind during school hours or after school hours. Orders from Uber Eats, Grub Hub, pizza delivery, etc. will be declined by the front office. 
Parents/Guardians should not bring or drop off food for students, unless prior permission has been given by the school administration.

In accordance with federal anti-discrimination laws and the Florida Educational Equity Act, the school will not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, disability, religion, marital status or sexual orientation.