One of the most important factors for student progress in school is regular and punctual attendance. Missed days can have a big impact on student learning and overall health.
Uno de los factores más importantes para el progreso de los estudiantes en la escuela es la asistencia regular y puntual. Los días perdidos pueden tener un gran impacto en el aprendizaje y la salud general del estudiante.

ACADEMIES

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Knowledge Areas

Mr. Patrick Vega,
Cambridge Coordinator pmvega@dadeschools.net
305.805.1900 x2126

Mr. Gant

Mr. Jamie Gant,
CTE Coordinator
jamiegant@dadeschools.net
305.805.1900 x2282

Ms. Romero

Ms. Alicia M. Romero
CFA Coordinator aromero@dadeschools.net
305.805.1900 x2237

Mrs. Iris Sanchez-Ruiz, M.A.
Law Academy Coordinator isanchez_ruiz@dadeschools.net
305.805.1900 x2305

Ms. Karla Lopez

Ms. Karla L. Lopez,
Teaching Academy Coordinator karlalopez@dadeschools.net
305.805.1900 x2126

Academies are specialized learning communities within our school that are designed to prepare students for post-secondary life while providing significant skills in specialized career areas. Academies aim to refined list of career options by examining your interests, skills, and values. 

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Cambridge AICE

The Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) is an international pre-university curriculum and examination system for academically able students. It is a flexible, broad based, two-year curriculum, which is being offered worldwide in schools and colleges. AICE features courses written specifically as preparation for honors degree programs. It encourages high academic standards and provides an ideal basis for study at the college and university level.

The AICE program at Ronald W. Reagan/Doral Senior High School includes a Pre-AICE program for freshman and sophomores with advancement to the Advanced International Certificate of Education Program during the junior and senior years.

Career Technology Education

Career and Technical Education offer students a unique perspective into a field of study that they might want to pursue upon their graduation from high school. The program areas included Virtual Reality/Programming, Culinary Arts, Business Education, TV Production, and Adobe certifications. Students will have the opportunity to achieve professional certifications in industry-recognized technologies. Those credentials effectively validates their mastery in areas such as graphic design, animation, web design, business applications and virtual reality. 

Class Offerings:

Culinary Arts 3 Levels
Microsoft Office – MOS Certification Excel – Word – Power Point – Outlook
Virtual Reality – Gaming – Unity Certification
Adobe Photoshop – ACA Certification
Adobe Illustrator – ACA Certification
Adobe Dreamweaver – ACA Certification
Adobe Premiere – ACA Certification
Adobe InDesign – ACA Certification
Adobe After Effects – ACA Certification

Classical Fine Arts

The Classical Fine Arts academy provides students an intensive results oriented curriculum that gives students the opportunity to express themselves. 

Class Offerings:

Art / Ceramics
Creative Photography
AP Studio 2D
Theater
Stagecraft
Ballet
Dance Repertory
Eurythmics
Choreography & Performance
Band
Orchestra
Jazz Ensemble

 

LAW ACADEMY

The Ronald W. Reagan Law Academy strives to provide students with a solid foundation in legal thinking and problem solving. Law Academy students are passionate about law, public policy, civic engagement, and/or court room debate. Reagan Law Students participate in a variety of district programs, such as Project Citizen, Mock Trial, “We The People”, Model United Nations, and “PINSS” Program in National Securities Studies Simulation with FIU’s Institute for Public Policy. Students looking to learn lifelong advocacy skills will be interested in this program.

Class Offerings:

Honors Law Studies
Honors Legal Systems & Concepts
Honors Comprehensive Law Studies
Constitutional Law
Honors Political Science
Honors Court Procedures
Project Citizen
Mock Trial

 

  

Teaching Academy

The Teacher Academy provides the opportunity for students to establish an early connection to teaching and learning and to careers in Education thus creating future leaders for our community. The Teaching Academy provides a long-term systematic pipeline to raise homegrown educators through a four year cohort program in partnership with Florida International University. Up to date, research indicates current and future needs for professionals in the area of teaching. Highly effective teachers are in great demand specifically in areas such as Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics.

​Class Offerings:

FIU Dual Enrollment Courses offered in our campus:

​EDF 1005 – Introduction to Education –
EDF 2085 – Teaching Diverse Populations
SLS 1501 – First Year Experience
DEP 2000 – Human Growth and Development
SPC 2608 – Public Speaking
SYG 2000 – Introduction to Sociology

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