School Information & Data
What is a Charter School?
A charter school is a publicly funded school managed by a private organization. The Miami Childrens Museum Charter School is a Miami-Dade public school.
What makes Miami Childrens Museum Charter School different from a regular public school?
There are numerous characteristics that make us different from a regular public school. Each day, students at the school will have the opportunity to take advantage of all the resources of the Miami Childrens Museum. The students will be taught using an innovative curriculum that focuses on the museums themes of art, culture, community and communication. Additionally, the school offers an innovative Language Program for native and non-native Spanish speakers. Eligible students may also participate in our Young Explorers Gifted Program.
What is the schools curriculum?
As a public school, the MCM Charter School is subject to the Florida Standards Assessment Test . The school, therefore, uses the same curriculum objectives as other public schools . However, the school uses a different approach from most schools to meet the students learning objectives. Utilizing the museums exhibits, programs and staff, students will be involved in creative, project based learning projects.
How are students accepted to the school?How can I enroll my child in the Young Explorers Gifted Program?How do I apply for my child to attend the school?What is the schools schedule?Are the teachers certified?School Data
Miami Children’s Museum Charter School
- Grades Served
Miami Children’s Museum Charter School is a public schoolin Miami, Florida that is part of Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Itserves 301 studentsin K – 5 .Its teachers have had 36 projects funded on DonorsChoose.
Contact Miami Children’s Museum Charter SchoolContact info is sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics annual survey process, so apologies if it’s out of date!