Miami Norland Senior High School
Miami Norland Senior High School is a secondary school located at 1193 NW 193th St Norwood neighborhood of Miami Gardens, Florida. The school's name came from it being the northernmost school in Miami-Dade County, following after North Dade Jr./Sr. High School. As of 1998 Dr. Michael M. Krop High School is the northernmost school in Miami-Dade County.
|Miami Norland Senior High School|
1193 NW 193rd St
|School district||Miami-Dade County Public Schools|
|School hours||7:20 AM - 2:20 PM|
Miami Norland opened its doors to students in 1958 as an all-white school, taking in 50 students in grades 7-12. Once Norland Junior High School opened across the street, grades 7-9 moved there. Miami Norland continued to have three grade levels (10th, 11th and 12th) until 1985, when grade 9 was added.
The first principal of Miami Norland, Foster Hunter, guided the school from its inception into the mid-1970s. For more than a decade, it was an all-white school; this changed in 1969, when all schools in Dade County were court-ordered to desegregate.
The original buildings of Miami Norland were demolished during the summer of 2016, after a new, more modern facility was built to replace the old facility. Prior to the teardown, the school hosted a walk-through for alumni to take a last look at the old building. The new building opened for classes on August 22, 2016, at the beginning of the 2016-17 school year. This new building was the last new facility for the northern Miami-Dade County high schools.
The school now offers an Academy of Fine Arts, Hospitality and Tourism and Teaching magnet programs.
Even in Florida's oppressive heat, there was no air conditioning at the school until the late 1970s.
Miami Norland Senior High is the sister school by original blueprints of Miami Palmetto Senior High in Southwest Dade County.
Miami Norland was graded an "A" school in December 2012.
Miami Norland is 95% Black, 4% Hispanic and 1% non-white Hispanic.
Students are required to wear school uniform shirts in maroon, white or gray. They may wear solid maroon, gray, khaki, or black pants or shorts.
- 2013 (AMERICHEER International Champions) (1st place)
- 2013 (Beach Battle Cheer Competition) (2nd place)
- 2015 (AMERICHEER International Champions)
- 2015 (FCDA) (1st place) - This was the first time boys were on the team in 55 years.
- Back-to-back State Champions
- FHSAA State Champions 2009 (2010 undefeated 32-0)
- 2012 FHSAA State Runner-Up
- 2006 FHSAA State Champions
- 2008 FHSAA State Champions
- 2012 FHSAA State Champions
- 2013 FHSAA State Champions
- 2014 FHSAA State Champions
- 2015 FHSAA State Champions
- 2002 FHSAA 6A State Champions
- 2010 FHSAA 3A State Runner-Up
- 2011 FHSAA 5A State Champions (undefeated 15-0)
- Antwan Barnes, current NFL outside linebacker free agent
- Tombi Bell, former WNBA 3rd round draft pick by the Minnesota Lynx
- Dwayne Bowe, former NFL wide receiver
- Tabarie Henry, 2x Olympic Sprinter
- Antonio Brown, current NFL wide receiver for the New England Patriots
- Amir Celestin (born 1990), plays for Maccabi Haifa of the Israeli Basketball Premier League
- Ereck Flowers, current NFL offensive tackle for the Washington Redskins
- Rachel Jeantel, star witness in the Trayvon Martin case
- Duke Johnson, current NFL running back for the Houston Texans
- Gil Patterson, former professional baseball player, New York Yankees
- Xavier Rhodes, current NFL cornerback for the Minnesota Vikings
Lestar Jean NFL Wide Receiver
- Ian Richards, County Court Judge of Florida's 17th Judicial Circuit
- Randy Shannon, football coach at the University of Central Florida; former Miami Hurricanes' head football coach
- Darrin Smith, former NFL linebacker who won two Super Bowl rings with the Dallas Cowboys
- Tourek Williams, NFL defensive lineman who is currently a free agent
- Dewan Hernandez, power forward for the Toronto Raptors
- Zack Peacock, power forward in Europe
This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. (September 2009) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
- "MIAMI NORLAND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 7, 2019.
- Bramson, Seth. From Farms and Fields to the Future: The Incredible History of North Miami Beach. Arcadia Publishing, June 1, 2012. ISBN 1614236410, 9781614236412. Google Books PT 125. "[...]and then on to North Miami Beach Senior High,[...]or Dr. Michael Krop Senior High,[...]to complete their secondary educations. (Prior to the opening of NMB and Krop, North Miami Beach's high school-age students went to North Miami or Norland High Schools.)"
- Dress Code. Miami Norland High School. Retrieved on September 28, 2009.
- Miami Herald 3/1/08 page 12d
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- Alce, A. et al. (May 16, 1998) Demonstration Turns Violent at Norland High. The Miami Herald, page 1A
- Walters, S. (April 18, 1999) No Peace at Norland. The Miami Herald, page 1B
- Samuels, R. (February 3, 2007) Jesse Jackson delivers message of hope to kids. The Miami Herald, page 6B