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November 17, 2014
I am in love with this school! My children love to get up and go to school everyday!I am most impressed with the level of challenge in the elementary school along with the fact that kids actually get to attend field trips, and enjoy theater, music and art. If I were a child I would never want to leave the Media Center!!! I have never seen anything like it! It is a must see!!

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2014
You're kid needs to be PERFECT, otherwise he/she will not survive. If you want you're kid, next to have a good education, to be a kid, take you're money (a lot for this school) elsewhere!

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2014
I graduated at the year of 2014. Meanwhile you are at school they treat you very well even though there are A LOT OF RULES it's ok go follow them. I was at school today September 8 2014 to visit my old friends and make them a surprise but my old high school told me at the gate that I couldn't get in to visit because it's a new policy. So they always tell you that you are a part of the American heritage family but what kind of family don't let you go visit your home? I was very disappointed and I called everyone at school and they told me I'm sorry but you can't come to see your friends at LUNCH time. I mean really?? Even the deans told me I couldn't get in...

- submitted by a community member
August 30, 2014
I have been a parent at this school for 5 years and I can't begin to say what a great move it was. My children started at a charter school and were happy, but could not have imagined experiencing such wonderful teachers and opportunities at any school. Whether it be high academics or the arts, this school offers it all. The open communication and dedication from the staff is wonderful. It's great to know that there is a school who loves the whole child and believes that all children can succeed.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2014
We toured all local private schools and the feeling at American Heritage was the most welcoming.

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2014
I am a proud parent of a soon to be middle schooler at American Heritage and I have to say that we are so happy with the progress of our child. The school has excellent teachers that are both challenging and supportive at the same time. The resources at the school are top notch and always progressing.We are looking forward for another great year!

- submitted by a parent
July 29, 2014
We pulled our 6 yr old last year. Lots of arrogance, snobbery from other parents. Many of them are completely immersed in gossip and we heard from one that their son was constantly bullied. They brought this up to the senior administrator who did nothing. The academics are sub-par - for the cost of tuition you would expect better qualified teachers. During a parent-teacher meeting, it was apparent that our son's teacher was uninterested and not engaged. Many of the kids did not look happy and under stress. Would not recommend you send your kid to this school.

- submitted by a parent
July 24, 2014
American Heritage of Boca/Delray is an amazing school. It has exceeded our expectations on every level. Our children are students in the lower school and we cannot say enough about what an amazing experience they are having at AHS. The teachers have been top-notch, loving and compassionate and have made the elementary school experience exciting, interesting, and well-rounded. The administration is approachable and professional. We have found the families at AHS to be welcoming and down-to-earth. There are a multitude of specials that the elementary students participate in, including drama, dance, music, Spanish and Mandarin, swimming, physical education, library, computers and media, and science lab. The after school activities are phenomenal as well. The campus is gorgeous and has the finest facilities and technology. Our older son is advanced/gifted, and works ahead of grade level, and the teachers always challenge him academically. We plan to remain an AHS family all the way through High School, and could not be happier about our decision to send our children to this wonderful school.

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2014
My grandchildren are very happy at American Heritage. It seems to be a happy and safe place for kids. I always attend the lower school chorus concerts and they are adorable. My granddaughter has many interesting projects in middle school for history, English, and science.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2014
My daughter just started in Lower School at AHS, and we could not be happier. The Lower School is truly fantastic. We all feel like family whenever we go to any school events. My daughter has made some great friends, and we have met some wonderful families as well. My daughter is ahead in her writing and math skills, and she looks forward to going to school every day. I'm looking forward to her years in Middle School, as I have heard nothing but great things about the Middle School program.

- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2014
AHS provides an excellent education, plethora of classes, and harbors caring, compassionate teachers. We have been a part of the AHS family for the past 5 years and our 2 children couldn't be happier. My son is excelling in the Math program and both kids have a passion for the Sciences and look forward to the hands on experimentation. They also are fortunate to have an involvement in the fine arts - art classes, drama and chorus. Family friendly environment at its best. Truly a great school!

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2013
Be careful with this school, American Heritage Academy says they take learning disability kids but that doe NOT include ANY autistic kids. They dont accommodate these kids as per the dean told me over the phone. So shameful, they actually bluntly tell you the truth. Regardless, they wanted to proceed with our entrance testing for my OTHER child for kindergarten and sadly I was so disgusted with their discrminatory practices, I took my $$$ elsewhere.

- submitted by a parent
July 06, 2013
Worst school imaginable. Teachers are lazy and care about money. My 2 sons could have learned more staying at home. The math/science curriculum are pathetic and not at all challenging. Classes are overcrowded and administrative staff runs it like a preschool.

- submitted by a parent
July 06, 2013
My sentiments lie with the March 6th posting - teachers definitely care about the free tuition. Overpriced for the education you receive - any parent who thinks otherwise has delusions of grand jure. God forbid your child has too receive financial aid - they definitely fall to the bottom of the pecking order. Preferential treatment correlates strongly with your finances.

- submitted by a parent
July 04, 2013
To the Bocanite complaining about being called out for being late in her June 28th, 2013 review. Thank God that you are not taking your kids to this school!! I would remove my kids if you did. You're the obnoxious type that I despise and I don't want my kids learning from your rude behavior, arrogance, and bratty narcissism. Please keep your kids at St. Andrews and Boca Prep until they're old enough to run away from their obnoxious mother. AHA does not need your money, they turn down people like you all the time. They respect people's time and you did not respect theirs. No excuse! You should not have planned such an exhausting day for your child. It's your fault that you didn't schedule time for lunch because you need to live a high-paced neurotic life to forget how miserable you are. I feel sorry for your husband, if you still have one. Good riddance!

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2013
In response to the review dated 4/29/2012: The claim that Chinese students are being brought over on scholarships is entirely false; in fact, they receive no scholarships whatsoever and pay a higher tuition rate than American students.

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2013
My two children attend the Lower School, and they are thriving at AHS. I couldn't imagine a better environment for them. They love the school & everything about it-- the teachers, their classes, the special events, and the after-school enrichment. They don't even want to miss school when they are sick! I couldn't ask for a more well-rounded education for my children; from the academics to the fine arts programs to athletics, this is the kind of education every child deserves to have.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2013
overpriced, quality of teachers are not so good, they only teach to let their kids go there for free

- submitted by a parent
February 25, 2013
Pls, provide me the answer for this . My kid will reach 17 years and 11 months when he will finish grade 12 in this high school - what happen if he has no social number ? Does he can receive the certification of finishing high school ?

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2013
As a parent of two lower school children, I am very impressed with the education they currently receive at American Heritage School in Boca/Delray. Throughout the years my children have attended American Heritage School, I find the administration, teachers, and staff to be very engaged, compassionate, and truly invested in helping each child reach their full potential. American Heritage School provides my children with an exemplary education which is also enhanced with amazing opportunities within the visual and performing arts. As a parent, I am confident that the education they are receiving will help them achieve success in the future. In my opinion, American Heritage is an excellent school, and I would highly recommend it to any parent who wants the best for their children!

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2013
As a parent of two children at AHS (grades 6 and 4), I have found the teachers and staff to be both firm and fair. My children's teachers have been understanding of children in general while encouraging them to continue to grow as students and as people. I am confident that by the time my children graduate from AHS they will be prepared for the rigors of college.

- submitted by a teacher
December 03, 2012
American Heritage is great experience academically and socially for my children.The curriculum is motivating and challenging. The teaching staff and the administration are professional and caring. But, best of all my children enjoy being there and are happy to learn in this amazing environment.

- submitted by a parent
November 28, 2012
American Heritage School at Boca/Delray truly focuses on providing an excellent, well-rounded education to children in a technologically advanced setting. The lower school classes all have teaching assistants who are well-educated and really assist the teachers to ensure the students are successful. My fourth grader is in a special morning enrichment math program for advanced students who learn and compete with other students nationally. He also loves the science lab, where they do real experiments. My sixth grader loves the fine arts program. She takes dance and drama as electives, and performs with the Performance Dance Team and Junior Thespian Society. I'm grateful to have them at a school where they can develop their passions and try different things. They also learn how to use technology at a deeper level, because students are trained to write research papers using research databases and Noodletools. Both of my children know how to use Google Docs to submit assignments digitally to teachers. It's just a great, enriching environment.

- submitted by a parent
November 26, 2012
My daughter has been a student at American Heritage since she was in Pre-K3. Through the years, she has had a variety of loving and nurturing teachers. Her teachers have not only taught her the curriculum, but they have also loved her and appreciated her as a unique individual. Through the special programs offered on campus, she performed as a munchkin in the high school production of The Wizard of Oz, she hula hooped her way through a song at a holiday concert, and she danced at half-time of various football games of as a part of the new middle school dance squad. American Heritage has allowed my daughter to try her hand at and flourish in a variety of activities. I am thankful for the American Heritage Family! We plan to be a part of this family all the way through graduation!

- submitted by a parent
November 20, 2012
My son, a Junior and third year student at AH is excelling beyond anything we could ever imagine! Coming from public school, I cannot express enough the unbelievable quality of education he is receiving. Rigorous classes, taught by exceptional teachers equals a true college preparation. We just returned from visiting schools in Boston & 3 in NY. Everywhere we went the admissions reps knew the AH Counselors by name & they know AH students are prepared. We have 2 elementary students as well. My 2nd grader speaks Mandarin Chinese beyond colors and numbers, completes HW independently on Google Docs, and our 3 yr old navigates his way around our I- Pad by himself. Also, they have assistants in each room. The teachers can actually focus on the students and do what they do best-teach! The individual attention and excelled curriculum is amazing. The idea that they are already motivating them about college at such a young age is truly commendable! I cannot speak highly enough about the professional and family like atmosphere. Students never want to leave! There's always something happening on campus. School never closes! I will never move from this area!

- submitted by a parent
November 14, 2012
I have had the pleasure of being apart of the American Heritage family for the past six years. I feel it is an extraordinary educational college prep school. When I think of adjectives that describe American Heritage, the words that come to mind are superiority, brilliance, and dedication. American Heritage staff and Administration has always gone the extra mile for me personally and for the my children in there needs. American Heritage is most known around our community for its excellence in our pre-law and pre-med programs as well as technology. To list the awards, honors, and accomplishments that AHS has received would take pages. Yet even with its intense commitment to their quality curriculum, AHS finds time to work with Student Government, Key Club, and athletic programs just to name a few. Attending American Heritage is an honor to anyone who has the privilege to do so.

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2012
Enrolling my two children at American Heritage for preschool was the best decision my husband and I made. Now thirteen years later they have journeyed from toddlers to teenagers and we couldn t be happier. Heritage provides a balanced environment of academics, athletics, fine arts, positive social experiences, community involvement, and leadership opportunities. My children receive guidance from their teachers, as well as from administrators. American Heritage teachers have invested their experience and energy into creating a challenging, yet nurturing environment. The best teachers remain at Heritage because they understand the ingredients to a child s success; commitment, vision, and excellence. As high school graduation approaches, my son and daughter are prepared to compete at top universities and are armed with the confidence to dream big. I really hope that their college years are as awesome as their years spent at American Heritage!

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2012
My boys have been at American Heritage Boca/Delray since they were 3 years old they are now in 8th and 11th grade. I continue to be very happy with American Heritage. It is a dynamic and vibrant community with great diversity and amazing facilities. My kids love school. They can't wait to go in the morning. They do well in school and score high on standardized tests. This is a clear reflection of the fact that they have received a fantastic education in every subject as well as study skills and test taking skills which will carry them forward through high school, college and beyond. I. The wide array of sports, extra curricular activities and clubs provides them with a lot of opportunities for personal enrichment and growth. In addition to their core curriculum they are proficient in a wide variety of skills which includes things as diverse as public speaking, painting, photography, community service and leadership skills. During the school year students spend so much time at school. The amazing teachers and resources that Heritage offers have surrounded my boys with an incredible amount of guidance, support and discipline.

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2012
As a parent, we wanted to send our child to a private school that excelled in academics, sports, the arts and most importantly, treats the needs of children individually. After visiting many schools in Broward and Palm Beach Counties, we found that perfect fit at American Heritage in Boca/Delray Beach. Not only does this school meet all of our criteria, it also has state of the art facilities and programs not offered by other private schools. Our expectations have been surpassed. At American Heritage, our son is academically challenged and emotionally nurtured.

- submitted by a parent
November 05, 2012
My two daughters have been part of the American Heritage family for nine years. When we began looking at private schools, our goals were to find a school that not only offered the best education for our children, but one that would allow them to grow into well rounded and capable adults. American Heritage School is a multi faceted learning facility that offers the BEST in education, the BEST faculty, the BEST in cutting edge technology enhancements, the BEST in community service, the BEST in fine arts, the BEST in athletics, and the BEST in teaching my children INTEGRITY and COMPASSION. American Heritage is the BEST school for my children and for our family.

- submitted by a parent
August 21, 2012
The American Heritage policy of refusing to release transcripts of graduating seniors, thereby effectively denying these students the ability to apply for and attend university, unless and until all outstanding tuition fees of his/her SIBLINGS, are paid in full, discriminates against families with multiple students enrolled at the school. After spending over $135,000 at the school in 6 years, my daughter's transcript was held for a balance of only $5,000. After many attempts to resolve the matter amicably by reaching out to the school owner, Mr. Laurie, the American Heritage CFO, Ms. June Walker, and the Delray Beach campus Business Office Manager, Ms. Marie DeFago and after exhausting all avenues of equitable and administrative relief, I made a complaint to the BBB. American Heritage never replied to the BBB complaint. Now, I have been informed by the American Heritage CFO, Ms. June Walker that due to the BBB complaint, she would not accept the re-enrollment of my children after 6 years of attending the school. The whole issue arose as a result of the callous enforcement of a discriminatory school policy. The policy is wrong and unethical, and should be changed.

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2012
This is our summation, all of which American Heritage has not established as of yet. A great school has: Excellent teachers-A small handfull Strong principal/school leadership-Absolutely Not at this campus Challenging academic programs-Only for a small % of children that qualify to AH terms.American Heritage is undoubtably concerned about the welfare of their bank account and this school is without a doubt a money making machine. The tuition at this school excels most colleges per year and does not give the advantages you would think your child should obtain when paying this amount of money. The Academics have Coaches as teachers, crude at best and simply baby sitters at this point. They will tell you your child needs summer school because of the very low quality of teachers throughout the academic school year that never taught your child properly and summer school is as high priced as their regular school year and lasts the entire summer.CaChing!$ Unimpressive, this school needs new leadership and to be internally revamped from the ground up. The American Heritage registrar has made headlines in the NEWS, the BBB will not accredit the school and it has an F Rating.

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2012
Came on an academic scholarship and was disappointed in the academics. Teachers were rude, and lazy. Sometimes they wouldn't even show up to class. Teachers discouraged me from bringing in outside knowledge into the class. Also, the students are not open to friends unless you've been attending since pre-k. The transition was awful, I was bullied and didn't have any friends. I would come home from school crying every day.

- submitted by a community member
April 29, 2012
We have had our children at American Heritage for 5 years now and will not be putting them back in this coming 2012-2013 school year. The teachers and academics are just average. Granted some teachers do go above and beyond and are excellent, but the ones that are just there for the paycheck stands out more. We are not impressed with the atmosphere, its either you excel or you dont, its either you have money or your not up to their pay echelon. Parents make sure your of the same social stature that they are or believe me your child wont be their childs friends. Its pretty obvious also, I had one child come to my car door with his cellphone in his ear asking me what my first and last name was and how to spell it, obviously his parent was on the other end of that phone call feverously looking up our stats on Palm Beach County Records...Ugh if only these parents and this community wasnt so busy social climbing, your teaching your children the wrong messages. Case in point I think you know what this means. If you have the extra money and it will take quite alot, then have at it! We came away with not alot of friends at all and a snobby atmosphere, we can do without.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2012
Really unimpressed, this school costs as much as a college per year! For that kind of money I would think there would be alot more on their agenda for the students and parents. Give us what we paid for people, we want more of this institution. Show us what our kids have accomplished and stop leaving them out of the loop just because they are not as fast, or intelligent. There are children being brought over from China by the hundreds on scholorships to attend American Heritage, but our children at the school are told we have been there more than a year so we dont get the scholorships. Makes NO sense at all.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2012
My boys have been at American Heritage since Kindergarten and now are in the 5th grade. It was the best decision we have made. The schools in Florida were crowded and we felt that our boys would benefit from having smaller classes and 2 teachers in their classrooms. American Heritage have become our 2nd family. The Headmaster, teachers and staff have all been wonderful. We are looking forward to the next chapter in our boys lives...Middle School and their teachers are working hard on preparing them for that step. Thank you American Heritage for giving my boys the best education so far.

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2012
American Heritage is a school that strives on image. They are diligent at keeping their image intact. It will be very difficult to find complaints against the school, because they have a very well trained PR machine in place. The offer great classes and programs when you enroll only to find that most classes in the law programs need prerequisites or they are full. They promise scholarships are awarded to almost all graduates which is not true. Last but not least if you children attend the school make sure you do not fall behind on your payments, believe me they can be worst than the IRS.

- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2012
Moving from seattle, we found that American heritage did everything to ensure that my kids transitioned well and made the most of their education. In addition, the swimming program is top notch. my kids are happy, challenged and surrounded by other like minded children. I am so happy to be a part of the american heritage family.

- submitted by a parent
September 12, 2011
My son, now age 23, graduated from American Heritage in 2005. He began attending American Heritage in seventh grade. The first year of his attendance was in the American Academy program. Due to the exceptional teaching and guidance he was given during that year, he was able to continue from eighth grade through twelfth in honors and AP classes. He is now a Law Student, with full scholarship, who has just accepted an internship with one of Florida's top law firms. I would like to thank the exceptional American Academy, and American Heritage School teachers, principals and guidance for helping my son become the fantastic young man he is.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2011
I have two children at AHS. Both are having wonderful academic and social experiences. The teachers care about them as individuals. Also, the school has excellent art and music programs to create well rounded students.

- submitted by a parent
November 05, 2009
The courses taught at American Heritage School prepared me exceedingly well for a college education. Because of Heritage s Pre-medical Program and outstanding professional faculty, my knowledge in science and medicine far surpasses that of my college peers. My professors at Columbia University are thoroughly impressed with the subjects and books with which I am conversant and compliment American Heritage on the quality of my education. The spectrum of responses I receive when I explain that I have already taken organic chemistry, multivariable calculus, and pathology range from raised eyebrows to fallen jaws. The unique combination of the vast opportunities and qualified faculty make American Heritage School exceptional and unparalleled as a learning institution. Kyle Robinson

- submitted by a student
no rating November 04, 2009
I can honestly say that without the benefit of attending Heritage, my years at Yale would have been but an unfulfilled dream. American Heritage provided me with the tools for acceptance at Yale. My parents pushed and supported me to be the best I could be, instructors challenged my intellect, and the administration directed my journey towards my Ivy League future. Devin Ringger

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no rating October 24, 2009
Terrible School. Administration is non-existent and teachers generally do not care and are not good or enthusiastic. I would not want to go back there ever

- submitted by a student
no rating September 26, 2009
Our daughter attended American Heritage from fifth grade through high school graduation. She has completed her second year at a competative college university with continued success and honors. Heritage provided her with a strong academic background and opportunities for personal growth including honor society memberships and choral audition and training that culminated in a performance at Carnegie Hall. I highly recommend this school that is led by a headmaster with integrity and a teaching staff that is professional and caring.

- submitted by a parent
June 12, 2009
I transfered my son to AH from a public middle school this year. It was the Best thing I ever did to help my son. The special ed. program is awesome! The principle deans and teachers constantly kept in contact with me. The school has great programs for the students to get involved in. AH teaches the students in academics and also to take responsiblity for their actions. I highly reccomand this school. My son loves to go to school now! He wants to get good grades because of the staff and teachers caring about him.

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February 26, 2009
I've been going to American heritage for almost 11 years now. This school is defiantly the best school to send your child to. Excellent campus!

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- submitted by a student
September 04, 2008
American Heritage is one of the finest schools in the nation. There is a great sense of family among the students and the administration. They place high priority on well roundedness, personal integrity, civics, fine arts, athletics, and not just SAT scores. This reflects their repsect for long term personal success and includes a very high percentage of Ivy League/top school placement as well, not to mention turning out some of the nation's top athletes. A strict but friendly school, hiring teachers with fine educational backgrounds, and promoting higher education, harmony, morality and hard work, but in a well balanced environment. The students are achievers and very pleased with their school! They should be too, as they have just about everything with the latest technology and infrastructure. AH is a very well run school, oriented to bring the best education and experience to your child. AH's grade: A+

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2008
I had my daughter go to American Heritage and it is the best school my daughter has ever been to. It is a great school. My daughter skipped 1st grade there. She is doing better than sh ever has before.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 05, 2008
I recently moved to Boca Raton, Florida over the summer. We decided to try out Donna Klein Jewish Academy for our son, and it was a huge mistake. We then transferred him to American Heritage school and it was a great success story. Our son is a striaght A student no, and although he is in two acadmey classes he is doing well and exceelling in everything.It is very nurturing, caring, and helpful environment and is what a private school should be for a large tuiton.

- submitted by a parent
January 12, 2008
The kids at this school made me more miserable than I ever have been in my life. I was so affected that I nearly committed suicide, and I have recently left the school. The kind of treatment I have received will be traumatic memories for the rest of my life. If you would like your kids to be neglected by teachers,and outcasted by students...this school is the perfect place. I am not saying this as a joke, or effect... This istrue and from the heart.... I am sincere in my opinion.

- submitted by a student
July 11, 2007
I recently graduated from AHS after attending for three years.I have nothing but positive things to say about the school. It is a great, safe environment, with caring and dedicated teachers. I feel that they did a great job preparing us for college and beyond;I feel confident entering college as a pre-med student. I would recommend this school to anyone looking for a quality education in the south Palm Beach County area.

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March 16, 2006
We are in the process of placing our two children at American Heritage and so far we are very impressed with their professionalism, dilligence and superb administrative staff. Our kids were tested and evaluated and we heard immediately that they were accepted! No bureaucracy here. The school sits on 40 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. The entrance is very pretty and striking. The security guard monitors everyone who wishes to enter the school grounds and is very helpful. They have a list with tons of extra curricular activities available. Anything the kids wish is there. Also, if your child is advanced in a subject, they place him/her in the next grade's classroom for that subject. American Academy (for students with mild to moderate disabilities) mainstreams the kids for a few hours and has a small 12 kids classroom with two teachers. We are impressed and are going to sign up.

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- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2003
School experience is personal, teachers available. Headmaster available to parents at any time. Small classes, great long term teachers. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a private school. Everyone cares and it shows.

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American Heritage School - Boca/Delray
6200 Linton Blvd, Delray Beach, FL  33484
(561) 495-7272
Last modified American Heritage School - Boca/Delray is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
American Heritage School - Boca/Delray Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 66 reviews. Top