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Miramar High School is a public high school located in Miramar, Florida. The school opened in 1970 and serves students residing in southwest Broward County; however, magnet students may hail from elsewhere in the county. Miramar High School serves grades 9 through 12. The school houses two magnet programs: an Aviation program and the International Baccalaureate program. Miramar has an FCAT school grade of "A" for the academic year ending 2011, up from "B" the year before.
Miramar High School 3601 Sw 89th Ave, Miramar, Florida | (754) 323-1350 # 6,266 in National Rankings Overall Score 64.88 /100 quick stats Grades 9-12 Total Enrollment 2,122 Student-Teacher...
Miramar High School Unclaimed 3601 Southwest 89th Avenue, Miramar, FL 33025 Contact info Website 3 /10 GreatSchools Rating 25 reviews Public school 2,415 Students Grades 9-12 3 /10 GreatSchools Summary Rating 3/10 Test Scores below average 1/10 Student Progress below average 5/10 College Readiness average 4/10 Equity below average
Miramar High School 3601 Sw 89th Ave Hollywood, FL 33025 ( School attendance zone shown in map) Rating : 2/ 10 Bottom 50% Tel: (754) 323-1350 www.browardschools.com SAVE SCHOOL Miramar High School serves 2,122 students in grades 9-12.
Miramar High School Type: STATE Head of school: Ms Maria Formoso IB School since: 22 January 2001 Country / territory: UNITED STATES Region: IB Americas IB School code: 001275 Website: www.browardschools1.com/miramarhigh Programmes offered Authorised: 22 January 2001 Language of instruction: ENGLISH Gender: COEDUCATIONAL Boarding facilities: DAY
According to an October 22, 2014 article in the Sun-Sentinel, a man has come forward now, “hoping someone will recognize the man’s [Miramar High School Class of 1974] ring with a purple stone and the engraved initials BJG.” It appears the ring had been lost, and found years ago. It was passed from a woman (now deceased) to her son.