List of Miami-Dade County Public Schools
The district covers a total of 415 institutions, including:
- 195 elementary schools
- 56 middle schools
- 0 K–8 centers
- 37 high schools
- 54 charter schools
- 23 vocational schools
- 5 magnet schools
- 18 alternative schools
- 5 special education centers
Elementary schools 
There are 197 elementary schools serving MDCPS. These schools usually teach grades from Pre-K to 5th or 6th.
There are 58 middle schools serving MDCPS. They usually teach grades 6th to 8th, with exceptions also including 9th grade.
K–8 centers 
There are 44 kindergarten-to-8th grade centers (or "academies") serving MDCPS. K–8 centers are generally set up to serve communities with limited building space for two separate campuses. They are run as both an elementary and middle school out of the same campus, with joint administration, staff, and schedules. Middle school-aged students generally have separate buildings dedicated to them. MDCPS provides a full list of the K-8 schools.
High schools 
- Alonzo and Tracy Mourning Senior High Biscayne Bay Campus (2009)
- American High School (1976)
- Barbara Goleman Senior High School (1995)
- Booker T. Washington High School (1926)
- Coral Gables High School (1950)
- D.A. Dorsey Sr. High School (1938)
- Dr. Michael M. Krop High School (1998)
- Felix Varela High School (2000)
- G. Holmes Braddock High School (1989)
- George Washington Carver Senior High School (1899)
- Hialeah Gardens High School (2009)
- Hialeah High School (1954)
- Hialeah-Miami Lakes High School (1971)
- Homestead High School (1979)
- John A. Ferguson High School (2003)
- Miami Beach Senior High School (1924)
- Miami Carol City High School (1963)
- Miami Central High School (1959)
- Miami Coral Park High School (1963)
- Miami Edison High School (1930)
- Miami High School (1903)
- Miami Jackson High School (1898)
- Miami Killian High School (1965)
- Miami Norland High School (1958)
- Miami Northwestern High School (1951)
- Miami Palmetto High School (1958)
- Miami Southridge High School (1974)
- Miami Springs High School (1964)
- Miami Sunset High School (1977)
- North Dade Jr./ Sr. High School (1957)
- North Miami Beach High School (1971)
- North Miami High School (1954)
- Ronald W. Reagan/Doral High School (2006)
- School for Advanced Studies (1988)
- South Dade High School (1953)
- South Miami High School (1971)
- Southwest Miami Senior High School (1956)
- Westland Hialeah High School (2007)
- Young Men's Preparatory Academy (all-boys) (2008)
Magnet high schools
There are 120 magnet schools serving MDCPS. They normally serve grades 9th to 12th. These schools do not take in students from their area. Instead, students must apply and test into these schools, which offer specific courses of study.
Adult/vocational centers 
There are 23 adult/vocational centers, more commonly referred to as "night schools", serving MDCPS. These centers are set up for adults to earn G.E.D.s, or for students older than the age of 16 to make up classes they have failed and have no slots for in their daytime schedules. Some night schools also offer vocational programs and free English classes for non-native speakers. Adult centers also offer free citizenship classes. They also offer Saturday classes to accommodate students who can't attend during the week. They are generally housed at high school campuses, with classes taking place in the evenings.
Charter schools 
There are 53 charter schools that are set up as publicly funded, but are privately operated, in MDCPS. Currently there are around 19,000 students enrolled in charter schools in the county. Students that attend these schools do not need to pass an examination before being considered for a spot, but must maintain specific grades and behavioral standards to maintain their enrollment.
Alternative schools 
There are 16 alternative schools serving MDCPS. They are set up for as a last resort for students who have recurring behavioral or extreme academic problems. Any child released from a youth detention center must attend an alternative school until deemed ready to return to normal school.
Specialized centers 
There are five specialized centers serving MDCPS. They are for students with extreme mental or learning disabilities which would impair them from attending classes with students without these disabilities. It is becoming more and more common for regular schools to set up their own specialized education (special ed) programs.