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‘Chat & Learn’ Event to Highlight Vast Student Opportunities at Coral Gables High

Key Biscayne’s historic home high school is currently attended by some 70 local kids. The Art Deco-style building at 450 Bird Road has seen innumerable distinguished alumni since it opened its doors in 1950, and Gables High is showing no signs of stopping, with $28 million in student scholarships for the 2019 academic year alone [...]

Community Meeting, This Friday (Oct. 11), On Coral Gables Senior High Renovations

On Friday, October 11th at 4:00PM, the City of Coral Gables Commission and Miami-Dade County Public Schools will hold a community meeting at Coral Gables Senior High School (450 Bird Road) to discuss the ongoing renovations of Coral Gables Senior High School.   Coral Gables Senior High School is the second oldest High School in [...]

Why Traditional Public Schools Matter

Public schools in America are struggling to survive. By June Thomson Morris Chair, Friends of Gables High Public schools in America are struggling to survive. Each year they are asked to do more with less as their budgets are cut and increasingly shared with charter schools, such as in Florida where our state legislature voted […]

Three Gables Seniors earn National Merit Semi-Finalist Status

Maximo Perez, Rajun McKenney, and Jiyansh Agarwal have earned the status of National Merit Semi-Finalists and will now compete for National Merit Scholarships.

Elizabeth Stack wins the 2018 Yale Educator Award

In addition, eight Cavaliers scored high enough on their PSAT tests (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) their junior year to be recognized as National Merit Commended Students. They are: Dylan Carol, Thomas Harley, Angie Lopez, Cristian Ochoa, Alain Perez, Max Rego, Natalia Rodrigues, and Emily Simon. Elizabeth Stack was awarded the 2018 Yale Educator Award, an […]