Dade Christian School is a private school (kindergarten-twelfth grade) located in Country Club, Florida and operated by New Testament Baptist Church. DCS has a 2012-2013 enrollment of 771. In 2008, it was the second largest private school in Miami-Dade. The school was named a Blue Ribbon School in 1984. Its sister school is The Master's Academy in Broward which is a K-8 school with a 2009-2010 enrollment of 305. It was founded as a segregation academy.
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