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The faculty, and parents Adult Education Center and Community of Miami Coral Park Senior High School unite to educate each student in a positive learning environment. We provide the appropriate educational tasks for each student to become a responsible, creative, sensitive, productive citizen in our multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, and globally interdependent society. Our ultimate goal is on the highest level of student achievement and development for the 21st century. In this complex atmosphere, it becomes the faculty's, responsibility in an environment of mutual trust and respect, to assist the student in developing more autonomy for his/her own education and for improving the school in which he/she receives that education.
Motto - "ESSE QUAM VIDERI" - "To be, rather than to seem to be"
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Coral Park, we stand beside thee,
Guide out hopes and goals.
Help us gain the knowledge,
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