About Us

American Heritage School of Boca/Delray is an independent non-sectarian and co-educational college preparatory day school for grades Pre-K3 through 12 with approximately 1700 students. The Upper School, grades 9-12, has a student population of 900.

The school serves the rapidly growing areas of South and Central Palm Beach Counties, as well as North Broward County, and is located on a beautifully landscaped parcel of land (40 acres) located between Military Trail and Jog Road on Linton Boulevard in Delray Beach, Florida. The campus includes eighteen buildings which house classrooms and other instructional programs, an administrative building, an aquatics complex, six tennis courts, a baseball field, a softball field, a multipurpose field and a gymnasium. The average class size is 16.


Association of Independent Schools of Florida (AISF)

Middle States Association (MSA-CESS)

National Council for Private Schools Association (NCPSA)

Accreditation International (Ai)

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools/AdvancED (SACS)

National Association of College Admissions Counseling (NACAC)

Southern Association of College Admissions Counseling (SACAC)

College Board


There are approximately 276 teachers and administrators within the Upper School and 60% hold a Masters or Doctoral Degree. Many of the faculty members have over 20 years of teaching experience and have distinguished themselves both academically and professionally in their field of expertise. Teachers of AP courses keep up-to-date by attending workshops in their field. The low student-teacher ratio maximizes the opportunity for teachers to share their broad knowledge of the subjects they teach.

Teachers are encouraged and supported in the pursuit of their professional development and there is frequent communication between faculty and administration to ensure optimum efficiency and results in the classroom. Our faculty is considered to be professional, competent and caring by our students and their parents. Our faculty includes professionals including a practicing neurologist and attorney. This brings resources and points of view uncommon to many high schools. Faculty turnover is minimal.