Schoolhouse Preparatory prepares students with learning differences to develop critical life skills for transitioning into adulthood, and the world of work as they earn both high school and college credits in a nurturing educational environment. We only offer a Standard High School Diploma. Our school is fully accredited by SACS/CASI, NIPSA, and COBIS.
The Mission of Schoolhouse Preparatory is to provide students with learning differences an enriched high school experience in a safe environment. We believe in educating and forming the whole person while molding character and achieving academic excellence.
Miami Dade College, a proud partner of Schoolhouse Prep provides our students with the opportunity to begin taking college credits beginning in 10th grade directly at their campus in order to assist with the transition to secondary education. Through the Dual Enrollment, students can graduate with up to 48 college credits toward their Bachelor's Degree.
Our students are given the opportunity to explore different career choices through numerous internships and on the job training while earning credits toward a high school diploma. Support and guidance is given to every student as they transition to life after high school and enter post-secondary education and the world of work.
Our "Wolfpack" is composed of a close circle of teachers, families and students where life-long friendships are fostered. Like the Wolfpack, we support and embrace each other's differences and always stand together - never alone.
Once you belong to the Pack... You never go back!
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What Makes Us Different
At Schoolhouse Prep, each student is viewed as a unique member of our “Wolfpack”. We embrace each other’s strengths and provide support for our challenges. Our school has a Zero Tolerance policy for bullying and harassment. Our nurturing school environment promotes personal and social growth for all our students.
Non Discriminatory Policy
Schoolhouse Preparatory does not discriminate students against race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, Scholarship programs, athletic or other after-school or school-administered programs as well as its hiring policies and practices.
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Maricarmen Suarez Class of 2014