American Heritage School
American Heritage School

  • #1 private school in the nation and #1 high school in Florida for highest number of National Merit Scholars
  • 1 in 4 students in the Class of 2019 is a nationally recognized scholar
    - 70 National Merit Scholar Semifinalists (highest number in the state)
    - 21 National Merit Commended Scholars
    - 31 National Hispanic Scholars
  • $110 million in college scholarships offered to the Class of 2018
  • 93% passing rate on all Advanced Placement exams (52% passing rate in Florida; 60% passing rate globally); AP average test score: 4
  • 15 U.S. Presidential Scholar candidates
  • #1 private school in the U.S. in national Math competitions
  • #1 high school in Florida at state Science Fair competition
  • Finalists at the 2018 Robotics World Championship
  • Top 5 team in the U.S. in Model U.N.
  • #1 Mock Trial and Moot Court teams in Florida
  • Top 1% in the nation in Speech & Debate competition
  • First place for the Patriot Post newspaper, Expressions literary art magazine, and Spotlight yearbook from the National Scholastic Press Association, the American Scholastic Press Association, and the Florida Scholastic Press Association
  • 3 Critics' Choice Awards at District Thespian Festival
  • Featured Choir at the National Youth Choir at Carnegie Hall in New York, NY
  • Superior ratings for Chorus, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, and Orchestra
  • National Gold Medal in Photography from the Scholastic Art & Writing Award
  • #1 high school sports program in the U.S. for 2017-2018 by MaxPreps of CBS Sports

“American Heritage has diverse opportunities with many different pursuits to choose; finding your potential is almost guaranteed,” says Kyle Robinson, M.D., AHS '07, B.S., Columbia University, '11. AHS alumni are notable leaders in their chosen fields who are generating positive differences in the world. They repeatedly attribute their successes to the strong education they received at American Heritage.

The energy felt throughout this college preparatory school is powered by the pursuit of knowledge in PK3 through grade 12 with a diverse student body representing over 60 different countries throughout the world; 1 out of 3 students is foreign-born. Over 60 percent of the faculty holds a post-graduate degree, and the student to faculty ratio is 5 to 1.

American Heritage's facilities contain high-level resources and technology enabling students to exceed their potential. Every student uses an iPad, and in the Lower School, advanced courses are offered in all subjects, including the Stanford University math program for accelerated students. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is incorporated into classroom learning in new state-of-the-art Science & Engineering and Innovation Labs; and a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) curriculum enhances computer science instruction focusing on programming, creative thinking, student collaboration, and communication.

In the Upper School, over 300 courses are offered, including 133 honors classes, 29 Advanced Placement classes, and 75 fine arts classes. Pre-professional programs are offered in pre-med, pre-law, pre-engineering, biomedical engineering, and computer science. Expert doctors, surgeons, lawyers, judges, engineers, and computer scientists teach classes daily, and students can explore career opportunities and experience college-level courses and activities not normally available in a high school setting. Seniors in these programs serve an internship and graduate more focused on the career paths available to them.

American Heritage also offers the Science Research Institute for select students in grades 6-12. Angelin Mathew is a sophomore who is working to bridge current gaps in a technique that is a promising cure for Type 1 Diabetes by introducing tissue engineering principles and integrating a sustainable and cost effective oxygen generating biomaterial into a bacterial cellulose-based platform for cell proliferation. “I see this as a large puzzle that humanity has been trying to solve, and being able to pursue something so important and personal to me in our lab has been one of the best things ever,” says Angelin. She is just one of the many students at American Heritage empowered to make a big difference in our world.

American Heritage School
American Heritage School
Plantation and Boca/Delray, FL
Plantation Campus
(954) 472-0022
Boca/Delray Campus
(561) 495-7272