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MIAMI SUNSET HIGH EARNS TOP HONORS AT FBLA NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
 

More than 10,000 of America’s best and brightest high school students, include a group from Miami Sunset High School, traveled to Southern California to establish their own Legacy of Leadership as they competed for the opportunity to win more than $170,000 in cash awards. The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Leadership Conference took June 29–July 2 in Anaheim. Participants from across the United States and abroad attended the conference to enhance their business skills, expand their networks, and... Read More »

 
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FIU PRESIDENT TO LEAD NETWORK OF PUBLIC URBAN RESEARCH UNIVERSITIES​
 

FIU president Mark B. Rosenberg has been named chair of the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities (USU), a commission to assist in the success of public urban research universities and their local communities. “Student success directly impacts the future of our communities,” Rosenberg said. “It is an honor to serve as chair of USU and work together with this coalition to help bring positive, relevant solutions that will encourage student achievement and bring growth and prosperity to our nation’s cities.” Part of the Association of Public & Land-Grant Universities (APLU), the USU aims to leverage the intellectual capital and economic power of urban universities, which are key drivers of community job creation and are anchor... Read More »

 
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GULLIVER NAMES RACHEL GRIFFIN NEW PRINCIPAL OF PRIMARY-LOWER SCHOOL
 

After an extensive search, Gulliver Schools has announced that Rachel Griffin has been selected as the Primary School (PreK3-Sr.K) and Lower School (grades 1-4) principal. Griffin most recently served as the head of Lower School for Léman Manhattan Preparatory School in New York. Gulliver’s drive to attract talented and exceptional professionals will ensure it stays atop of its mission of providing superior, personalized education that will help each child realize the power of their potential. “I’m delighted that Rachel will serve as our new Primary and Lower School principal,” said Frank Steel, Gulliver head of school. “She is an accomplished educator who will further develop our youngest students into future-oriented, globally-minded citizens... Read More »

 
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Gulliver Schools, one of South Florida’s leading independent schools, has announced that it has appointed Clifton L. Kling as its first-ever president and CEO. Kling has served since 2014 as president of Jackson Academy, Mississippi’s largest independent school and a recognized leader in progressive private education, with 1,200 students in grades K-3 through 12. He will join Gulliver in January 2018 to ensure a smooth transition for both schools. “Cliff Kling is a visionary leader who will inspire our community and drive us to the highest academic and organizational standards,” said Jocelyn F. Woolworth, chair of the Gulliver Board of Trustees. “We believe this new leadership position will have great benefits for our students, faculty and staff, and will... Read More »
 
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MIAMI SEAQUARIUM TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY WITH BEACH CLEANUP
 

In 1955, Miami Seaquarium opened its doors for the first time to become the world’s largest marine attraction. Through its commitment to conservation, education and entertainment over the past 62 years, the park has become the most popular tourist attraction in South Florida. To commemorate its 62nd anniversary, the park is calling on volunteers to be “Reef Rangers’ for a day and join in a beach cleanup on Sunday, Sept. 24 from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Historic Virginia Key Beach Park. Reef Ranger volunteers will spend the morning collecting litter and debris, which contaminates beaches and injures wildlife on Historic Virginia Key Beach. Then, as a special thank you, beach cleanup... Read More »

 
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