Archdiocesan Catholic Schools
Archbishop Coleman Carroll Catholic High School
- 10300 SW 167th Avenue
- Miami, FL - 33196
- Phone: (305) 388-6700
- Fax: (305) 388-4371
Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll High School, a college-preparatory institution, educates in a Christ-centered environment, forming students to reach their intellectual, physical, social and spiritual potential.
We cultivate in our students a foundation of truth, goodness and self-discipline, preparing them to be contributing members of the Church and society.
St. Agatha Catholic Elementary & Middle School
- 1111 Southwest 107th Avenue
- Miami, FL - 33174
- Phone: (305) 222-8751
- Fax: (305) 222-1517
St. Agatha Catholic School supports our families in their role as primary educators of their children in a Christ-centered environment. We honor the dignity and diversity of our students by nurturing their individual God-given talents, while maintaining high academic and social standards.
At our school, your child will be given the opportunity to develop spiritually, emotionally, socially, cognitively and physically. We strive to help each child develop the trust and confidence needed to assure a positive self-image throughout their entire life.
St. Agatha Catholic School employs or contracts teachers who hold baccalaureate or higher degrees, have at least 3 years of teaching experience in public or private schools, or have special skills, knowledge, or expertise that qualifies them to provide instruction in subjects taught.
Independent Catholic Schools
- 11300 NW 41st St
- Doral, FL 33178
- Phone: (305) 599-9967
- Fax: (305) 599-8565
At Shelton, our mission is for families and teachers to work together in unison to prepare responsible adults that will strive for excellence and commit to serving others. Our vision is to empower future generations with a Catholic education to excel. We hope that our students contribute positively to society and in the spirit of innovation. Ultimately, we take pride in our values; human excellence, family values, and providing service to others.
Education at Shelton Academy is a matter of both the mind and the soul. Religion is a subject at every grade level and the formation of our studentsâ€™ Catholic identity is a priority in all of our activities. Mass is offered on several occasions throughout the year and there are regular opportunities for the Sacrament of Confession. Students are also provided many occasions to put their faith into practice through faculty and parent supervised service projects and other charitable outreaches to those in need within our community. Prayer and Catholic traditions are practiced at school, according to the liturgical calendar of the year.
- 2900 NW 109 Ave
- Doral, FL 33172
- Phone: (305) 471-4417
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Loyola Elementaryâ€™s vision is a space that fosters and inspires growth for your child to realize that an education is more than just a learning experience. The childâ€™s interactions with parents, teachers and other students are an integral part of the early educational process. The child will be totally prepared to continue his education to the maximum limit society and his own determination will demand.Â
The Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm is founded on the belief that education has to go beyond the mere transmission of information from professor to student. More than an exercise in memorization or a purely cognitive transaction, education is meant to be a transformational experience that affects the students on all levelsâ€”cognitive, certainly, but also emotional and behavioral. The student who has been through this kind of experience will have had old ideas unsettled in the service of developing a fuller understanding of self and the world, and in service of helping that world to become a place where God is it center of everything.