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Sheyes of Miami
Elementa
ry
A Great Place
to Learn

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Safety First

Full reopening plans for next year, include a physically-distanced

in-person learning model

Why Sheyes of Miami Elementary

We use the natural 

curiosity that children

have to teach math,

reading, and critical thinking skills!

Our Approach

Admission

Our admissions process is geared toward efficiency and parent satisfication. Parents can contact us by calling 786-334-6653 to schedule a tour of our facility located at 3038 NW 48th Terr., Miami, FL 33142. A member of our faculty will speak with you about enrollment and availability.

News & Events

Stay up ro date with all of our

events and activities here!

Enhanced Learning

At Sheyes Elementary

we take a whole-child approach to elementary education. Teachers, administrators, counselors, and support staff work together to meet the intellectual, social, behavioral, and emotional needs of each and every child we serve.

For The Parents

IT STARTS WITH YOU!

AS YOUR CHILDS' FIRST TEACHER, YOU PLAY A BIG ROLE IN HOW WELL YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER DOES

IN SCHOOL.

 

PARTNER WITH US!

 

WE INVITE YOU TO WORK WITH OUR TEACHERS TO HELP YOUR CHILD GET ALL THEY CAN OUT OF THEIR GROWING YEARS.

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Benefits

  • FREE REGISTRATION (FOR SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS)

  • NO FCAT TESTING

  • SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER ON SITE

  • SMALL CLASS ROOM SIZE

  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM

  • SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

  • STEP UP FOR STUDENTS

  • MCKAY SCHOLARSHIP

  • BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE AVAILABLE

  • TUTORING

Sheyes of Miami Elementary in Numbers

100

%

Satisfied Parents

30

Yeas of Excellence

FIU JAIN STUDIES 
Jain Youth and Sheyes of Miami 

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At 9am on July 12, 2021, students from the Jain Center of South Florida (JCSF) with some parents visited Sheyes of Miami #4, which serves both Brownsville and Liberty City in Miami. Mr. Altermont Walker, Administrator at Sheyes, and his teachers provided a high-quality education for children in this historical African American neighborhood in Miami. 


Today’s specials events were a collaboration among FIU Jain Studies, the Jain Center of South Florida, and The East West Foundation with Sheyes to enhance the childrens education through hands-on environmental education and STEM kits. These were the four classes of students at Sheyes joined that volunteers from JCSF (three parents, 7 students, and 2 Jain teachers), Dr. Zafreen Jaffery from Behavioral Science Research Institute, and Albert Knoepffler from Palmer Trinity to plant 9 fruit and shade trees. There are more than 30 food and ornamental plants at the school in between rain showers. While the students were planting, they were engaged and were able to learn the skills of planting, maintaining plants, the role of the plant world for our food and climate.Read More...

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