MCCS opens a new school year
New State-of-the-art Middle/High school building opened for grades 6-11. The new building includes beautiful classrooms, a technologically advanced media center, a full size basketball court, a cafeteria with the capacity to fit 650 people, and 200 brandnew Apple student laptops. Enrollment total on the first day of the 2011/2012 school year is 800 students; this number is set to reach over 1000 students in grades K-12 for the 2012/2013 school year, along with Miami Community Charter School's first graduating class
SACS-CASI final accreditation visit.
First year split to new building. (Sailfish)
MCCS is recognized by Governor Charlie Crist in State of the State speech.
After just 4 years, enrollment total hits 500 students. First year high school students. Completion of arts program, including: Art, Graphic Design, Choir, and Band.
Miami Community Charter School has been recognized in the national and international community, most notably at the Oxford University Educational Quality Roundtable
First year for middle school students.
Miami Community Charter School opens its doors to students for the very first time. There are over 125 students enrolled in grades K-4.