On Aug. 22, 2016, a new era began for AcadeMir Charter Schools. Both AcadeMir Charter School Middle and AcadeMir Preparatory Academy moved to a new building, located at 5800 SW 135th Ave. in Kendale Lakes.
The campus is actually made up of two buildings: One, which is open now, consists of three floors (one of which is the rooftop gymnasium) and can fit approximately 500 students. Next year, another new building will open, which will house an additional 300 students.
Students from ACSM, which was located previously in Westwood Lakes, and APA, which was located in Kendall near Miami-Dade College, have faced an adjustment period. However, the new building offers new opportunities for students.
The new, expanded building will allow ACSM and APA to host more events to the outside community. For example, earlier this month the schools hosted their first VEX IQ robotics competition. Previously, the school traveled to other competitions.
In an effort to inform our students, Opinion Editor Matthew Brodermann will be profiling presidential candidates this election season. Any opinions shared do not necessarily reflect those of ACSM, employees of the school or other staff members of The Tiger’s Tale.
Hillary Clinton was born to Hugh and Dorothy Rodham and grew up in a middle-class home in Park Ridge, a suburb of Chicago. After college, Clinton enrolled in Yale Law School. While attending Yale, Clinton began dating one of her classmates, future president Bill Clinton. Continue reading “Election 2016: Candidate Profiles — Hillary Clinton”
AcadeMirCharter School Middle Grade 8 student John Martinez competed at the Miami Herald Spelling Bee presented by Burger King Corp. The event was held on March 8, starting promptly at 8:00 a.m. at Jungle
Island on Watson Island near downtown Miami. Continue reading “ACSM Grade 8 student John Martinez competes in Miami Herald Spelling Bee”
Ms. Crespo’s Ecology of South Florida class went to Biscayne National Park on Dec. 1, 2015. The class loaded into a bus at 8 a.m. Once loaded in they set off to Biscayne and arrived after about 45 minutes. Once they arrived they were met by a ranger who showed them around.
The class explored for a bit, then performed an experiment involving plankton and microscopes. Continue reading “Students from AcadeMir Charter School Middle visit Biscayne National Park”