G. Holmes Braddock High School

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G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School
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Address
3601 SW 147 Avenue
Miami, Florida, 33185
USA
Coordinates 25°44′07″N 80°25′49″W / 25.7353°N 80.4304°W / 25.7353; -80.4304Coordinates: 25°44′07″N 80°25′49″W / 25.7353°N 80.4304°W / 25.7353; -80.4304
Information
Type Public Secondary
Established September 1989
School district Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Principal Manuel Garcia
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 3,441 (October 2013)
Color(s) Royal Blue and Grey          
Mascot Challengers (1988-2001)
Bulldogs (2001-Present)
Website

G. Holmes Braddock Senior High School is a secondary school located in Miami, Florida, USA. The school is named after a former 38-year member of the school board, who, as chairperson from 1969–1970, led the district's efforts to desegregate its schools.[1] This high school is magnet school of choice. The Magnet schools offered in this school is I Preparatory, Visual and Performing Arts, Cambridge University program, and Information Technology.[2]

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Braddock is 91% Hispanic, 6% White non-Hispanic, 2% Black, and 1% Asian. 52% of the students are male. 48% of the students are female.[3]

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