Over 99% of students graduate from high school
Colleges or Universities
Over 96% of graduates attend colleges or universities
Our graduates earn hundreds of millions of dollars in college scholarships every year
Our students consistently outperform local competitive options on standardized tests
Our students dedicate hundreds of hours to community service per year
Teachers are professionally certified by the state of Florida and certified in catechesis by the Archdiocese of Miami
All schools are accredited by the Florida Catholic Conference or Cognia.
9401 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami Shores, FL 33138
Secretary of Education and Superintendent of Schools
Jim Rigg, Ph.D.
Coordinator of Foreign Students and Administrative Executive Assistant
Associate Superintendent of Schools
Donald Edwards, Ed. D.
Coordinator of School Finances and Administration
Coordinator of Special Programs
Our Catholic schools offer a rigorous curriculum that prepares each child for success in college and beyond. Instructional standards are defined for each grade level, indicating what students need to know by the time they leave that grade. Standards in non-religion subjects are based upon the Florida State Standards and adapted to our unique Catholic setting.
The Archdiocese has developed specific standards for Religion, which support the teaching of religion as well as the integration of our Catholic faith into non-religion subjects.
Students in grades 3-8 participate in the TerraNova3 annual assessment, which provides achievement, growth, and predictive growth data for each child. High school students take the ACT and pre-ACT assessments.
Office of Catholic Schools
The Office of Catholic Schools (OCS) is dedicated to providing leadership, oversight, and support of the Catholic schools of the Archdiocese. In achieving its mission, the OCS works closely with other offices and departments of the Archdiocese, Catholic and non-Catholic university partners, and other partners to strengthen the mission, quality, and vitality of Catholic education.