Olivia Connor '20 was recently featured in The Miami Herald.
On May 22, the Upper School's Engineering, Computer Science, and Biomedical Sciences Signature Academic Programs hosted a virtual 2020 STEM Showcase.
Gulliver Prep's athletics program was recognized with multiple honors at the annual Miami Herald Athletic Awards Banquet.
Over the past few weeks, Upper School Architecture Faculty, Emily Wilson, AIA LEED, welcomed several guests into her virtual classrooms for workshops and lectures.
Introducing The Gulliver Virtual Gallery Art Show! Get ready to explore and discover the many artistic talents of the Class of 2020.
If you missed a ceremony YouTube stream, photo album, or list of honorees, you can access an archive of our end-of-year celebrations.
Our Lower School students went virtual for their Roxaboxen, Travels Through Literature, Pioneer Day, and Florida Day events.
The 2020 edition of Reflections Literary & Arts Magazine has been released, and several Upper School journalism student projects recently won top accolades.
Gulliver senior Eugene Li '20 has been selected as a National Merit Scholar.
As a final project, IB Spanish B and Spanish A: Language and Literature seniors participated in a Share Hope through Poetry campaign.
Watch as President Cliff Kling unveils our vision and new strategic plan, unifying single school name, and school crest.
The second annual Pixel Digital Mass Media Showcase went live on May 12, 2020, via a virtual gallery.
Catch up on what our youngest Raiders are up to in Primary and Lower School!
The Upper School Social Science Department has released Principles of Social Science, Volume 7 -- a journal of history, politics, economics, and society.
For the second-straight year, the Middle School Jazz Band won a Downbeat Award.
Students in the mass media program at the Middle School are hard at work, finishing and updating publications, executing morning announcements from home, and competing virtually.
Middle School students have been recognized for their creative writing in Spanish.
The International Business and Entrepreneurship Signature Academic Program hosted the Sixth Annual Business Plan Challenge.
Twenty-nine seniors committed to continue their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level.
Gulliver architecture students have won the top awards in Regent's University International Design Competition.
While Gulliver’s campuses are closed, we remain committed to our school’s mission to create an academic community devoted to educational excellence, with a personal touch, that fulfills each student’s potential.
Cindy Gonzalez, Primary and Lower School Technology Faculty, was recognized as a finalist in the educator category at the 2020 Businesswomen of the Year Awards Luncheon.
On February 28 - March 1, the Middle and Upper School dance teams traveled to Orlando for a pair of spring competitions.
Gulliver is proud to announce that five seniors have earned Finalist recognition in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program: Joey Elsbernd, Matthew Garcia, Nicole Krolak, Eugene Li, and Julia Rosenthal
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.”