Award Year: 2018
Somerset Miramar sets high academic and social expectations that lead to the successful development of the whole child and create lifelong learners.
- Black/African American: 32%
- White: 3%
- Hispanic: 60%
- Asian: 4%
- Two or more races: 1%
- ELL: 21%
- Economically Disadvantaged: 66%
5th grade students during recess
Somerset Academy Miramar, home of the sharks, is a K-5 elementary school in Miramar, Florida. Our school has been an A rated school every year since its opening in August, 2007. Somerset Academy Miramar sets high academic and social expectations that together lead to the successful development of the whole child and creates lifelong learners prepared to contribute in an ever-changing society.
At Somerset Miramar, we strongly believe that children are all unique and learn in different ways. Differentiated instruction is the foundation to instruction at our school. Our curriculum includes a proactive approach to teaching that meets children's needs and maximizes their growth as learners.
We pride ourselves in being unique and innovative in many areas, however the one true foundational practice that reaches out to every aspect of our success is essential and effective communication. Communication is a necessary skill for any relationship, but at Somerset Academy Miramar, there are high expectations for the level of communication that is at the core of our culture. A culture of understanding where all stakeholders are aware that through open, concise, and purposeful communication, we are all able to address concerns, offer suggestions, clarify misunderstandings, celebrate successes, and strengthen our relationships. This unique level of support and accessibility is key to effective communication and has become a trademark of our culture; it is what sets Somerset Academy Miramar apart as a successful school.