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Students now wear red or white shirts with school logo or no logo, along with any shorts or jeans below the knees.

The parents and faculty also voted to retain the Hi-Tide name and colors over going back to the Typhoons (former name).

It is one of the oldest high schools in Miami-Dade County, trailing only Miami Senior High (1903). Carl Fisher provided the funds for the purchase of the land. Fisher's middle initial was not "M", and the use of that letter was due to a typographer's error. The first class motto was: "Let us be known for our deeds." At that time, the school's nickname was the Typhoons, but this name was changed after its 1960 move to its new location at 2231 Prairie Avenue, about a block north of the South Beach district.

The district agreed to sponsor Miami Beach High because there are no other magnet schools in the area, and because of the expected increase of school size to nearly 3,000 students as a result of new construction.Beach High will now be able to receive students beyond its attendance boundaries along with those who live within them.Building 6 is a brand new wing that includes the physical ed classrooms, the SCSI room, and the gymnasium.Building 6 consists of two floors and also includes the Varsity and Junior Varsity locker rooms. It has various classrooms throughout the two floors.Formerly the 9 Building, Building 4 includes the Academy of Hospitality and Tourism classroom, three science classrooms, and two student restrooms.

Located across from Building 4 and formerly the 4 Building, Building 5 was remodeled as part of the ongoing construction of the new Miami Beach Senior High.In 2010, Miami Beach Senior High was recognized as an International Baccalaureate World School, meaning a select group of students get to attend a two-year program that allows them to graduate with a special diploma.The school was the first in the city to receive the designation. It was originally located at 1424 Drexel Avenue, in the heart of the South Beach district.Connected by an outdoor catwalk, Building 3 includes the Academy of Entrepreneurship (second floor), Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (first floor), and Academy of Information Technology (first and second floors) classrooms.Building 3 also includes the auditorium, as well as drama, chorus, band, guitar, and MIDI lab rooms.In the late 1990s, Beach High adopted ID numbers for every student in the school along with school ID cards following an incident in 1995 with a gang member on campus who did not belong to the school.