Making a Difference to Miami

BWLA delivers a strong academic-focused approach to learning specific to each grade level. Our teacher/student ratio is 1:17. Our vision is to not only to teach students how to use technology but to guide students in acquiring skills needed to be successful in the 21st century. Beginning in Kindergarten and ending with the final day of 8th grade, our students are challenged with an articulated curriculum that allows children to learn to their strengths. Through an effective assessment system, teachers are able to determine the level of learning for each child. From these assessments, instruction is designed for alignment with student abilities.

Elective & Extracurricular

Special Programs

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Entrepreneurship Program

BWLA students enrolled in the program learn how to effectively structure and run competitive businesses.

Venture- Grades 6-8
NFTE’s award-winning curriculum combines with Everfi’s leading ed-tech platform to create an
interactive experience that shows students how to approach business and life with an entrepreneurial mindset. At the end of Venture, each student leaves with their own e-Portfolio. 

Startup Tech- Grades 5-8

Entrepreneurship course that asks students to identify ways to improve their world and to build marketable digital solutions using MIT App Inventor. Students create an original app that addresses a community need, develop an abbreviated business plan using lean startup tools and methodologies and present it in a Startup Showcase for the chance to win funding and publicity. 

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Visual Arts

Art is all around us. Students at B. Wright Leadership have access to Arts programming as varied as their interests.Visual arts are incorporated in the classroom curriculum in grades K-3.

In addition to this subject, students are exposed to performances, plays, museums, and presentations which bring the arts to life. Film-making Electives in the many diverse aspects of film-making included instruction in set-design, costume design and make-up, camera work, video and film editing, film-scoring, and script-writing. In a year-long exploration of film, students will practice every aspect and create their own short films.Instruction is delivered by industry professionals and visiting artists, in order to provide an
authentic experience.

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STEAM Program

We are closing the technology gap by offering tech rich training and access to the latest technology.

Established in 2019, our Mac Lab allows students to practice basic computing and research
skills at every grade level. At more advanced levels the lab gives students a space to develop specific skills such as photography and film editing, graphic design, small business-management, audio mixing, and more.

Through the incorporation of technology we have turned the tide for our youth. We now have a STEM extracurricular platform that boasts of robotics, coding camps, and more. These skills will equip the children to be able to competitive in when they enter the job market.


Hear what they say

Student voices

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Grading at BWLA

We keep it simple at BWLA. Our grading scale is a simple standard. However, we believe success is beyond the grade book as well.