About This School
In 2011, Miami Southridge Senior High School had 17 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Miami Southridge Senior High School Reviews
I graduated in 1983. It was a great school then, it is a great school now. My children also attended the school. They have so many great programs. My favority is the Air Force ROTC, program. I highly recommend it to the kids. They build characters, respect, and obedience.
Once a Spartan always a Spartan!
they kicked out like 1000 people its a great school now.
Miami Southridge is a wonderful school full of caring students and teachers. I used to go to Southridge and I can honestly say it was one of my best experiences. For all you parents that are complaining that your kids were scared or not learning, that's all on your own children. If they're not learning they're not trying to, because the teachers do care and do their best to teach us with the limited resources. Also not all the kids at Southridge are bad or up to no good. There are so many kind-hearted caring students at Southridge that make great friends. I hate to image that some of the students that go to Southridge give it and I also hate that parents that know nothing about what really goes on in Southridge complain and badmouth it. If I could I would stay at Southridge for another year, but I can't and I hope that everyone that comes on this website doesn't judge Southridge just for the bad kids that go there. Once a Spartan always a Spartan.
i signed my son out of school towards the end of his JR year. Why? He came to me and said "I am afraid to go back to school". This beacuse of the violence at the school. He was learning very little. He learned more from me at home than at school. His AP History class was not what it should have been... He said he learned more from his "regular" Eng class than the Honors class, No one seemed to care when he was taken out of school. he went on to do very well on his GED and is doing well. I would sign him out of Southridge again.