The Miami Unified School District #40 is located 80 miles east of
Phoenix in southern Gila County and serves an area population of
approximately 14,000 people. The community is surrounded by the
Superstition, Pinal, and Apache Mountains. The Miami area offers
year-round recreation such as fishing, hunting, horseback
excursions and water sports. The beautiful scenery in the region
features the impressive dams of Roosevelt and San Carlos Lakes.
Salt River Canyon, the Pinal Mountains and Apache Trail offer
unforgettable picturesque views. The historic Indian ruins of Besh-
ba-gowah and Tonto National Monument are located nearby. Miami
residents enjoy the convenience of being centrally located and
reasonably close to Flagstaff, Tucson and Phoenix. This allows for
many advantages including cultural, athletic and educational
opportunities. The Miami area is home to Eastern Arizona's Gila
Pueblo College and is in the close proximity to numerous other
institutions of higher education. The Miami area is considered the
center of copper mining in the Southwest and enjoys support from
the copper industry.
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