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IB Scholars Academy Your Home at Miami Beach Senior High. Dr. Rosann Sidener Principal Mr. David Guthrie Lead Teacher, Scholars Academy Mr. Carlos Rodriguez IB Coordinator. MBSH Since 2007. Raised school performance grade 104 points

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IB Scholars Academy

Your Home at

Miami Beach Senior High

Dr. Rosann Sidener

Principal

Mr. David Guthrie

Lead Teacher, Scholars Academy

Mr. Carlos Rodriguez

IB Coordinator


Mbsh since 2007
MBSH Since 2007

  • Raised school performance grade 104 points

  • Increased AP participation by more than 50% from 625 to 1364

  • students

  • Accepted as an IB World School

  • Applied for Federal Magnet Assistance Program Grant

  • Implemented AVID

  • Completed construction of a new facility

  • Redesigned into three schools-within-a-school


  • Research shows that students perform better in smaller learning communities.

  • The existing academies have been extremely popular institutions at Beach High.

  • In 2008-2009, new academies were established within three “schools within our school.”


THE NEW BEACH HIGH: SCHOOLS WITHIN A SCHOOL THAT SERVES ALMOST 2800 STUDENTS

2008-2009

Academy of Visual and Performing Arts

Academy of Communication and Digital Media

Academy of Marine and Environmental Science

IB Scholars Academy

Academy of Hospitality and Tourism

Academy of Information Technology

School of Liberal Arts

School of Technical Arts

School of Creative Arts

  • Other Programs

  • AVID

  • Early Childhood Education Program

  • Naval JROTC Program


BENEFITS TO AN “ALL ACADEMY MODEL” THAT SERVES ALMOST 2800 STUDENTS

AT MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH

Personalized Learning Environments

Academic Engagement of All Students

Empowered Educators

All youth ready for college, careers, and active civic participation.

Engaged Community and Youth

Accountable Leaders

Integrated System of High Standards, Curriculum, Instruction, Assessments, and Support


Feedback on academic rigor from youth truth advisory survey
Feedback on Academic Rigor from THAT SERVES ALMOST 2800 STUDENTS Youth Truth Advisory Survey

  • Most of my teachers apply themselves with an enthusiasm about their subject which is contagious, and this really helps me as a student to gain interest and do well in the subject they teach.”

  • “In my school they provide us with AP classes which are college level courses which prepares me for college. And because of this I feel like I'm already a college studentand not in high school.”

  • “Having more challenging classes will help mechallenge myself in the future and help me understand what I'm against in a career.”


  • IS THE SCHOLARS ACADEMY RIGHT FOR YOU? THAT SERVES ALMOST 2800 STUDENTS

  • Students begin college level, Advanced Placement (AP) coursework in grade 9 with options increasing each year.

  • Students may apply for the IB Diploma Program for grades 11-12, or continue with AP and advanced classes.

  • Students must maintain an “unweighted” GPA of 3.0 in the academic core courses of Mathematics, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies.


  • ADVANCED PLACEMENT COURSES AND EXAMS THAT SERVES ALMOST 2800 STUDENTS

  • The core curriculum of the Scholars Academy revolves around Honors and Advanced Placement courses and exams.

  • AP courses are high school classes that can count for introductory college coursework when students pass an AP exam.

  • AP exams are scored on a scale of 1-5 by The College Board. Scores of 3 or higher are considered passing, but many universities require scores of 4 or 5 to earn college credit.

  • AP syllabi must be approved by The College Board, ensuring that AP courses are taught at the same high level nationwide.


Scholars Academy students take their first Advanced Placement course in grade 9, and must enroll in a minimum of two AP courses in grades 11 and 12.


Miami Beach Senior High Placement course in grade 9, and must enroll in a minimum of two AP courses in grades 11 and 12. has increased access to its Advanced Placement curriculum, while maintaining a pass rate above the Miami-Dade County Public Schools average.


Students may apply for the ib diploma program at the end of the sophomore year
Students may apply for the IB Diploma Program at the end of the sophomore year.

  • The IB Diploma is based on taking a series of advanced classes in 6 subject areas with both internal and external tests and assessments. Some classes are two years in length.

  • Students also complete requirements by writing an extended essay, doing community service projects, and completing TOK class.

  • The program highlights development of a well-rounded individual with an “international minded” outlook.

  • The IB Diploma curriculum is highly respected and honored by universities throughout the world.

  • Additional information is available at www.ibo.org


SCHOLARS ACADEMY the sophomore year.students perform at the top of their class at Miami Beach Senior High, and are competitive nationally for college recruitment



Scholars Academy graduates the sophomore year.

have been accepted at:

Yale, U Penn, Harvard, USC, Emory,

U Chicago, Princeton, Georgetown,

Dartmouth, Cornell, Duke, MIT,

Purdue, Beloit, Fordham, Georgia Tech,

Swarthmore, Wisconsin, New College,

U Florida, Smith, NYU, Santa Clara,

Tulane, Hampshire, Bucknell, Boston College,

Lehigh, Hampton, FSU, Johns Hopkins,

Wash U, U Miami, U Michigan, USF,

Loyola NO, Drexel, Hartford, St. John’s,

Suffolk, U Texas, George Washington, Barry,

MDC Honors College, Pratt Institute, NC State,

Bowling Green State, Boston University


  • SCHOLARS ACADEMY ADMISSIONS AND RETENTION: the sophomore year.

  • The Scholars Academy has grown to accept approximately 100-125 incoming 9th grade students.

  • Once students matriculate into the program, they are required to maintain an unweighted GPA of 3.0 in the academic core courses of Mathematics, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies.

  • Students whose GPAs fall below the minimum standards are placed on Academic Probation, and are expected to meet minimum standards by the end of one year or exit the program.

  • A small number of students exit each year because of family moves or poor academic performance, opening up spaces for determined sophomores and juniors.


How can I get an application? the sophomore year.

Apply online at the school website at: http://miamibeachhigh.schoolwires.com and click on the academies banner and follow the links to IB Scholars.

If you attend private school please mail your transcripts from 6th-8th grades to:

Miami Beach Senior High Scholars Academy

Attn: David Guthrie

2231 Prairie Avenue

Miami Beach, FL 33139


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