School for Advanced Studies

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School for Advanced Studies
Established 1988
Type Public Secondary
Principal Dr. Omar Monteagudo
Grades 11–12
Location Miami, Florida, USA
District Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Campus Suburban
Colors White, Blue
Mascot White tigers
Website Official website

The School for Advanced Studies (SAS) is a SACS accredited dual-enrollment secondary school in Miami, Florida. It is a part of the Miami-Dade County Public Schools System and is situated at four campuses of Miami Dade College. These four campuses are: the Kendall campus, North Campus, Wolfson Campus, and Homestead campus.

Demographics[edit]

SAS is 61% Hispanic, 16% Black, 16% White non-Hispanic, 5% Asian.[1]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Ranked #6 out of the top 2000 public senior high schools in the U.S. in a joint report by Newsweek and The Daily Beast in 2013, 2nd best out of all Florida Schools, and 1st out of all Miami schools. [2][3]
  • May 7, 2013 was declared as SAS Day in Miami-Dade County, signifying the 25 Year Anniversary of this nationally recognized high school of excellence which was named by Newsweek Magazine as the 6th Best High School in America for 2013.[4]
  • Ranked #12 out of 30,000+ public senior high schools in the U.S. by Newsweek in 2012, 3rd best out of all Florida schools on the list.[5]
  • Ranked #46 out of 30,000+ public senior high schools in the U.S. by Newsweek in 2010, 10th best out of all Florida schools on the list.[6]

See also[edit]

Academy for Advanced Academics

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