Miami Beach High
Miami Beach Senior High began life as Ida M. Fisher High School — named after developer Carl Fisher’s mother — in the heart of South Beach on Drexel Avenue in 1924. It was later renamed Miami Beach High School and was moved to Prairie Avenue. Designed by August Geiger, Miami Beach High is the second-oldest high school in Miami-Dade. The school has a proud reputation of producing graduates who have become judges, artists, athletes and politicians. Alumni include actor Andy Garcia, journalist Barbara Walters and former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin.