Pinecrest Florida schools are outstanding! Over the years I have found that the #1 reason families move to Pinecrest Florida is for our excellent schools, both public and private; #2 is safety, don't even think of speeding through Pinecrest!
All senior high school students in Pinecrest Florida and Palmetto Bay Florida attend one of the best public high schools in America, as per Newsweek Magazine's list of the top U.S. high schools, May 2008. Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, graduated from Miami Palmetto Senior High in 1982. He is one of many graduates that have gone on to national and international prominence. Miami Palmetto Senior High School is located at 7460 SW 118th Street, Pinecrest Florida 33156, phone (305) 235-1360.
Palmetto Middle School at 7351 SW 128th Street, Pinecrest Florida 33156, phone (305) 238-3911, is the school all middle school students attend. Palmetto Middle School is a consistently ranked "A" school in the Miami-Dade Public School system.
Pinecrest Elementary School in Pinecrest Florida is the only school in Miami-Dade County to have received an "A" rating for 9 years in a row! Pinecrest Elementary School in Pinecrest Florida is located at 10250 SW 57 Avenue, Pinecrest, Florida 33156, phone (305) 667-5579.
The Pinecrest Elementary School boundary is:
Begin at Biscayne Bay and SW 96 Street ? West on SW 96 Street to SW 52 Avenue (Schoolhouse Road) - North to SW 88 Street - West to SW 57 Avenue and Snapper Creek Canal - West on Snapper Creek Canal to U.S. Highway #1 - Southwest to SW 104 Street - East to SW 72 Avenue - South to SW 107 Terrace - East to SW 70 Court - South to SW 108 Street - East to SW 69 Court - South to Canal (including house 6950 on cul-de-sac) - South to SW 112 Street - East to SW 67 Avenue - South to SW 116 Street - East to SW 62 Avenue - South to Chapman Field Drive - Southeast to Old Cutler Road - South to SW 136 Street - East to Biscayne Bay - North to SW 96 Street, point of beginning.
Palmetto Elementary School in Pinecrest Florida is a consistently "A" rated school in the Miami-Dade Public School system. Palmetto Elementary School is located at 12401 South West 74th Avenue, Pinecrest, Florida 33156, phone (305) 238-4306.
The Palmetto Elementary School boundary is:
Begin at SW 104 Street and SW 72 Avenue - West on SW 104 Street to U.S. Highway #1 - South to SW 128 Street - East to SW 77 Avenue - South to SW 132 Street - East to Chapman Field Drive - Northwest to SW 62 Avenue - North to SW 116 Street - West to SW 67 Avenue - North to SW 112 Street - West to Canal - North to Canal until it comes to a second canal - West on canal to SW 69 Court - North on SW 69 Court to SW 108 Street - West to SW 70 Court - North to SW 107 Terrace - West to SW 72 Avenue - North to SW 104 Street, point of beginning.
Howard Drive Elementary School in Palmetto Bay Florida is located at 7750 SW 136 Street, Palmetto Bay, Florida 33156, phone (305) 235-1412. 136 Street is the dividing line between Pinecrest Florida and Palmetto Bay Florida. Howard Drive Elementary School is an "A" rated elementary school in the Miami-Dade Public School system. Howard Drive Elementary School serves the southern part of Pinecrest Florida and the northern part of Palmetto Bay Florida.
The Howard Drive Elementary School boundary is:
Begin at Biscayne Bay and SW 136 Street - West to Old Cutler Road - North to Chapman Field Drive - Northwest to SW 132 Street - West to SW 77 Avenue - North to SW 128 Street - West to U.S. Highway #1 - South to SW 144 Street - East to SW 67 Avenue - South to SW 152 Street - East to Biscayne Bay - North to SW 136 Street, point of beginning.
Bet Shira Congregation School, Gulliver Preparatory School, Kendall United Methodist School, Pinecrest Presbyterian Day School and St. Louis Covenant School are private schools in Pinecrest Florida.
Welcome to Pinecrest’s Public Schools
Pinecrest’s strong property values are supported by the
excellence of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools located in our Village and
are the very foundation of our family-friendly community. I encourage our residents with school-age
children to take a close look at our neighborhood public schools as you
evaluate your many fine educational options.
I did, and I found Pinecrest’s public schools were the best choice for
my own children’s education. They truly
offer excellence in our own backyard.
In Pinecrest, our five Miami-Dade County Public Schools (three
elementary schools, a middle school and a high school) are traditional neighborhood
public schools. Children go to school
with their friends and neighbors. Close
proximity facilitates play-dates, projects and participation in after school
clubs and sports that are just a short drive or walk away. While our schools are known for their strong
gifted programs and extensive advanced placement courses, there are appropriate
academic options of varying rigor, depth and variety at every level, including
special needs, so all students can develop to their full potential.
What’s more, there is continuity of curriculum from elementary
through high school. This is
particularly useful in foreign languages and STEM/STEAM, where students can
start early in an area of interest and follow it through graduation. At the same time, they are not restricted to
the rigid curriculum constraints of magnet schools. Our students are free to explore a myriad of
electives including performing and visual arts, music,
business/entrepreneurship, computer, environmental and other sciences, new and
traditional media and more. A full range
of clubs, honor societies and teams complement classroom subjects so children
can follow their passions, or find new ones as interest evolve.
Village students regularly compete in – and win – academic, arts
and sports competitions locally and nationally starting in the elementary schools. Field trip opportunities abound, including
Palmetto Senior High School’s stellar college placements and
storied alumni provide proof positive that Pinecrest’s public schools are an
Joseph M. Corradino
Mayor, Village of Pinecrest