Located in Miami, Florida, the Robert Morgan Educational Center was established in 2002 and received accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in April 2007. This magnet high school is combined with an adult post-secondary vocational and technical school that provides for community adults valuable technical training and career skills. Students elect areas of study from a wide variety adult/ post secondary academic programs while enjoying the urban Florida campus. Programs are offering by way of the academy of hospitality and tourism, the academy of information technology & business services, the academy of visual & performing arts, the design arts & entertainment academy, the engineering academy, the health sciences academy, the specialty service industries academy and the technical career services academy. Adults may elect to study and receive a GED diploma through the GED program, or may study through the business technology education, health science education, family & consumer sciences education, or industrial education post secondary programs. A large number of students elect to study mechanics and repair at RMECA. Programs of study generally take between 6 months to 2 years to complete.