“Hello, my name is Charlotte. I am eight years old, and I am going to be a Third Grader at Miami Shores Presbyterian Church School.
I like going to MSPCS for school because the teachers are very nice. and when you do something wrong, they help you learn. I like that we do not only sit in the classroom, but we can go on adventures. I like all my classes and special classes like music and art. Although some people think the teachers are strict, they are really trying to help us. The teachers never give up on the students. I like that my school is also part of my church.”
“I have been taught so much at MSPCS, from respect and friendship, to math and history. There is one lesson I learned that is more important than the rest: I learned how to think. I was taught the why in math, not just the how. I was taught the depth of book not just the words” Gabriel
“At MSPCS I’ve learned my academics, about other people, and myself. For example, I learned adding and subtracting, how to write a letter to someone, and my multiplication facts during these timed tests that drove everyone crazy. Thanks to COVID, I learned how to use Google Meets and a computer, because before that, I barely knew the basics of how to type, and I’ve also learned a lot about multiplication with decimals mixed in with several life lessons several life lessons, such as how humans have the responsibility of cleaning our planet. One thing that I learned at MSPCS and will never forget is that one person can make a difference.” Adrian
“I have learned many things here at MSPCS, but what I will always remember is how much dedication all the teachers here, and the custodians, have. These teachers wake up every morning super early to then come here and prep for their class. They teach us, so we can have a better future. Thank you teachers, for all you do for us, and thank you custodians, for making our school a clean environment.” Catalina
“Here at Miami Shores Presbyterian Church School, I have learned both academic and life lessons. From putting quality into an essay, to respecting others, and learning communication skills. From this school, I take away the importance of kindness, effort, and finally a high-quality academic education, all lessons that will help later in my adult life.” Devin
Our students are well prepared for the next level of learning!
Students are accepted and attend these schools after graduating from MSPCS: