Miami Country Day School provides an environment that allows students to get the most out of every day on campus. Our 16-acre campus is bordered by the Biscayne Canal and the Miami Shores Country Club. The Upper School Building houses two stories of classrooms, computer and science labs, Smurfit Hall, and the Abess Center for Environmental Studies (ACES). The two-story Lower and Middle School building has 36 classrooms including the Katherine E. Franco Library, administrative offices, and classrooms for PreK through 5th as well as some classrooms for the Middle School. From collegiate level athletic facilities, to technology-integrated classrooms, to beautiful gardens and play areas, our students have access to facilities that provide a solid foundation for every learning experience.
Classrooms and Learning Resources
Miami Country Day School has four major divisions of the school; the Lower School (PK3-5th grade), the Middle School (6th-8th grades), the Upper School (9th-12th grades), and The Academic Center (6th-12th grade with documented learning differences). Each of these major divisions houses a number of classrooms, the majority of which are equipped with a Tablet Integrated with Projector (TIP) setup which allows a teacher virtually unlimited ways to present material and to interact with students. Additionally, several of our Lower School classrooms are equipped with wireless microphone and speaker technology for the projection of our teachers' voices. Many of our classes have laptops for student use, which makes integrating technology into lessons the norm. We have separate libraries for our Lower School and our Middle and Upper Schools which offer age appropriate literature and technology to support the learning of our students. The future Katherine E. Franco Center for Learning Resources will provide additional classrooms as well as a new school library and studios for television and media production. (More)