Miramar High School in Florida is excited to unveil its newly renovated media center on Thursday, September 28, as part of the $21 million SMART Bond improvements at the school. The event will include a ribbon-cutting ceremony and will be attended by key figures, including Broward County School Board Members, the Superintendent of Broward County Public Schools (BCPS), Miramar High School Administration, School Advisory Council, PTA, and City of Miramar officials.
Funded by the voter-approved SMART Bond, the media center’s overhaul showcases a significant step forward for Miramar High School. With over $21 million allocated for school renovations and enhancements, the school eagerly anticipates sharing this modernized media center with the attendees.
The event is scheduled to take place at Miramar High School, located at 3601 S.W. 89th Ave., Miramar, FL 33025, with convenient parking available on the school premises. Media representatives are encouraged to attend, providing an opportunity for wider coverage of the school’s transformative improvements.
This renovation holds great significance for Broward County Public Schools (BCPS), one of the nation’s largest school districts. Accredited since 1962, BCPS serves a diverse student body representing 170 countries and speaking 147 languages. The event aligns with BCPS’s mission to empower all students to realize their full potential, offering an upgraded and modern learning environment that underscores the school’s commitment to delivering high-quality education.