Jake Seymour '20 had a productive and insightful Summer of 2019. He began by actively networking for STEM outreach programs and representing Gulliver's own CR Coding at a Florida Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) meeting to promote CSforALL. He then embarked upon a truly remarkable trip to Asia, starting with backpacking through Japan and an internship with Jin Mao Partners -- an international firm specializing in China’s Belt & Road Initiative in central Shanghai, China.
Due to Hurricane Dorian, our campuses will be closed Saturday, August 31 through Tuesday, September 3.
We anticipate to be open for school on Wednesday, September 4; however, this will depend on the storm's impact to our area.
We are monitoring the progress of the storm and will distribute updates as needed, including the status of the school reopening. We ask our families to monitor the media also. The latest updates are also available on the Gulliver Hotline at 1.877.471.1900.
The Summer of 2019 was an exceptional one for dozens of swimmers in Abuja, the Federal Capital City in Nigeria, as they were introduced to a new and exciting sport, water polo.
Lauren Bartel ‘22, a Gulliver lifer and sophomore at the Prep Campus, had an impactful and impressive summer, pursuing three of her academic passions in exciting ways.
Students in the Upper School's Field Studies Signature Academic Program have frequented the Island Dolphin Care (IDC) facilities in Key Largo as part of their marine mammals behavior research.
Congresswoman Donna E. Shalala (FL-27) presented Kyle with a medal at this year's Congressional Student Recognition Awards.
It was a flurry of cardboard, tools, music, and making on the last day of school at the Montgomery Drive Campus as students were challenged to create their own arcade game from provided materials.
The Raiders won four state championships in 2018-19, pushing Gulliver's overall title count to 60.
Gulliver is proud to announce that Lauren Garbett '19 earned an Honorable Mention nod in the business category at The Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald Silver Knight Awards.
Gulliver held its annual academic awards ceremonies in May, honoring hundreds of students for their excellence in character, academics and athletic competition.
World Languages Faculty Mrs. Mirta Oramas shares an intercultural exchange between two International Baccalaureate Programme world languages classes.
The Gulliver boys' water polo team captured its fourth state title in program history on Saturday, May 11 defeating reigning state champion Olympia, 16-14.
On May 10, Mekayla Frazier '20 was presented with the 2019 Semper Fidelis All-American Award and she was also chosen as the May 2019 MaxPreps Semper Fidelis Athlete of the Month.
On May 9, members of Gulliver's Leadership Society gathered at the home of Teresita and Michael Haskett P '21 in celebration of their support of our school.
Kiran Masroor '19 and Nicole Nixon '19 have been selected as National Merit Scholars and will receive a National Merit $2,500 Scholarship
Gulliver's varsity athletic teams are having excellent seasons this spring.
Eighth grade IBMYP (International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme) students presented their end-of-year community service projects before a panel of judges on May 1.
The boys' and girls' tennis teams each won their 11th straight district championship.
A pair of Upper School students passed up a week at the beach or a snowy getaway to spend their Spring Recess in Tallahassee participating in the Florida Legislature's Page and Messenger Program.
In March, Julia Bueno '23 became the only student from a Miami private school to receive the distinct honor of receiving the Gold Key National Scholastic Award for her writing. She will travel to Carnegie Hall in June to receive her award.
Gulliver's robotics team, the BBR8ERS, competed against more than 60 robotics teams from all over the world at FIRST Robotics Regionals in Orlando.
The 2017-18 Academy Middle School yearbook We Got The Power is being featured in Possibilities, Walsworth Yearbooks premier idea book, making it a source of inspiration for yearbook staffs around the country.
Upper School architecture students recently participated in the Florida State Fair Creative Living Technology Competition, sweeping both categories in which they competed.
On February 9, several freshmen presented their history projects at the Miami-Dade History Day competition, held at the History Miami Museum.
The Gulliver Visual Arts program continues to shine, as several Middle School and Upper School students earned recognition for original art pieces entered in the 2019 Scholastic Art Awards competition.
Gulliver is a superior college preparatory school devoted to educational excellence, where students are inspired and challenged to reach their fullest potential. At Gulliver, character development is as important as academic achievement and we integrate community values into daily instruction. Our rigorous curriculum, cutting-edge facilities and nurturing faculty place students at the center of learning so they are successful, both in the classroom, at college and throughout their careers.
Gulliver strives to ensure students are prepared for their future by providing access to advanced resources and innovative technology that support 21st century learning. Student-centered instruction and interactive, hands-on coursework encourage students to answer and ask the important questions about, and provide solutions to, the complex problems of today…and tomorrow.
Gulliver provides all students the opportunity to realize their leadership potential. We help them understand accountability and cultural competency and instill in them a strong sense of self. Our character-based curriculum prepares Gulliver students to become global citizens, embodying the 4Cs – critical thinking, communication, creativity, and collaboration – that are essential to facing the complex issues of our rapidly changing world.
Gulliver ensures each student reach his/her unique potential by providing a personalized and engaging educational experience. Our community of dedicated teachers not only promote mastery of academic material but also nurture innate abilities and talents. Gulliver students are inspired to remain lifelong learners, live with integrity and responsibility, and make positive contributions to their communities.
Gulliver offers a wide variety of curricular and co-curricular experiences that require active participation and personal commitment, extending learning beyond the lessons of the traditional classroom. Gulliver students may select from signature programs and innovative coursework that enable them to further explore their interests. Our holistic approach supports a well-rounded education that encourages excellence and champions the “entrepreneurial spirit.”