Coral Gables Schools
The City of Coral Gables has many award winning public schools and private schools. The educational institutions in the city are among the best rated in the state of Florida. Some are internationally recognized and many are well ranked in National Merit Scholarship. Coral Gables schools optimize the learning experiences of all students, facilitating an encouraging academic climate with extensive involvement of parents. Coral Gables schools play an important and active role in the community. Over half of all residents in the city beautiful aged twenty five or older have attended college and have a degree. Nearly one fourth have a professional or graduate degree.
There are a few day schools in Coral Gables, including Banyan Day School at 340 Palermo Avenue, Early Childhood Center at 3010 DeSoto Boulevard, Gables Montessori School at 990 Le Jeune Road, Granada Day School at 900 University Drive, The Growing Place at 536 Coral Way and The Margaux Early Childhood School at 5500 Granada Boulevard.
There are several private schools in Coral Gables, including Gulliver Academy 12595 Red Road Coral Gables imparting education to students from Pre-K to the 8th grade, Gulliver Preparatory School at 6575 North Kendall Drive, Miami for 9th to 12th grade, Riviera Day School at 6800 Nervia Street for PK to 5th grade, Riviera Preparatory School at 9775 SW 87 Avenue for 6th to 12th grade, Saint Philip’s Episcopal School at 1121 Andalusia Avenue for Pre-K to 5th grade, Saint Theresa Catholic School at 2701 Indian Mound Trail for Pre-K to 8th grade, Saint Thomas Episcopal Parish School at 5692 North Kendall Drive for Pre-K to 5th grade and the French-American School of Miami at 6565 Red Road for Pre-K to 5th grade.
The public schools in Coral Gables are part of the Miami-Dade School District. There are over a dozen public schools in Coral Gables. These include Coral Gables High School at 450 Bird Road, Miami Palmetto Senior High School, International Studies Preparatory Academy, George W. Carver Middle School, Palmetto Middle School, Ponce de Leon Middle School, Coral Gables Preparatory Academy, David Fairchild Elementary School, George W. Carver Elementary School, Henry S. West Laboratory School, Sunset Elementary and Pinecrest Elementary School. Most of these public schools in Coral Gables have an A rating from Florida Department of Education. Some of these have a B rating but none of them have a poor rating. All these public schools are known for an amazing student to teacher ratio. They have been acknowledged by various institutions, state and federal agencies as being among the finest in certain departments.
There are two higher education institutes in Coral Gables, the University of Miami and Kellogg School of Management. The plethora of Coral Gables schools ensure that no child born and/or being raised in the city would have to move anywhere for elementary, middle school, high school or college education. If a student so chooses, she or he can even pursue their masters and embark on research or doctoral programs at the University of Miami. Both University of Miami and Kellogg School of Management are famous for their programs in business, finance and corporate administration.