Free Continuing Education Webinar & Virtual Job Fair
Hosted by Dr. Douglas Laurie, and guest speaker Casey M. Bethel

Dec 15, 2021 7:00 PM (EST)

Educators will receive 1.5 hours of continuing education

Dr. Laurie - webinar

Dr. Douglas Laurie
President of American Heritage Schools

Douglas R. Laurie, M.Ed., D.C., is president of American Heritage Schools.  Dr. Laurie attended American Heritage Schools and then received his Masters in Education and Administration.  In the 25 years that Dr. Laurie has been in his position, the schools have grown into one of the largest most prestigious private schools in the United States.

Casey Bethel

Casey M. Bethel
Nationally Recognized Teacher &  Keynote Speaker

Casey Bethel is a passionate educator, an accomplished scientist, a gifted speaker, a mentor to students of all ages, and named the 2017 Georgia Teacher of the Year. He was also nominated for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching and regularly speaks at conferences with the National Network of State Teachers of the Year.


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A Special Message From Our Founder

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A Message From Our Teachers

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About this event:

WHEN: Dec 15, 2021 7:00 PM (EST)

By attending the Continuing Education Webinar & Job Fair, educators will receive one and a half hours of continuing education offered by the Association Of Independent Schools Of Florida (AISF).
You will learn about the opportunities and benefits of teaching at American Heritage Schools.  You'll hear directly from the schools president Dr. Douglas Laurie on how AHS' mentoring program supports educators in their professional growth and the positives of working for one of the top private school in the country.

Hear guest speaker Casey M. Bethel lecture "Teaching with a growth mindset: steps to success".  Casey is a powerful and engaging motivational speaker who is sought after by schools, school systems, and civic organizations all across the country. Passionate about teaching and education policy, Casey Bethel blogs on topics such as STEM education, student engagement, teacher recruitment and retention, school discipline reform and social emotional learning (SEL).  

See why teaching is more than a job at American Heritage

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Join an amazing group of educators at American Heritage Schools, who are passionate about teaching and love working with an amazing group of students.  We are committed to providing every teacher the tools to succeed in the classroom from the most advanced technology to educating students who have a passion for learning. Teaching a subject in its entirety vs. teaching to a test. Most importantly, your children will be able to attend the #1 private school in the nation for free.

Here are a few reasons that make teaching at Heritage different:

  • 100% paid student tuition for faculty's children

  • Work where your children go to school

  • Free after care for children of employees

  • Competitive salary and health benefits

  • Mentoring program that supports professional growth

  • Supportive family environment

  • Technology enriched learning environment

  • Work with the best and brightest students in the country

See our current job openings here or email your resume to We are always searching for exceptional educators.

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About American Heritage Schools
American Heritage Schools is a leader in private education, academic excellence, and innovation. With two 40 acre campuses, one in Broward County and the other in Palm Beach County, Florida, we serve 4,600 students grades Pre-K 3 through 12. American Heritage Schools was recently named the #1 Private School for academic success with the highest number of National Merit Scholars of all private schools in the nation. For over 55 years, our mission of knowledge, integrity, and compassion through developing the full potential of each child to be an active, intelligent, creative, and contributing member of society.