Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce
140 NE 1st Street,
Delray Beach, FL 33444

Phone: 561-278-0424
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 900 students. The Upper School, grades 9-12, has a student population of 385. 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.

Zachary Shatsky won 5th in the nation at the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) national conference in Maryland. He was recognized in the category - Introduction to Financial Math and also earned a $100 prize sponsored by Wall Street Walks. Neil Patel, Naven Parthasarathy, Vasakan Mahesan, Zoe Deitelbaum, and Brianna Detamore also qualified and attended the national contest.

Students in AP US History took a field trip to the Flagler Museum last week.

Congratulations to Glenn Grimmett and Tushar Shenoy for winning top awards at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh. Glenn won 2nd place in Earth and Environmental Sciences and $1500 prize money Tushar won 4th place in Microbiology and $500 in prize money The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Each year, approximately 1,800 high school students from more than 81 countries, regions, and territories showcase their independent research and compete for on average $4 million in prizes.

Congratulations to the winners and all nominees of the Palm Beach Post Pathfinders Awards! Luke Morrison - Kantner Foundation Community Involvement Julia Barquin - 2nd place - Tech/Vocational Matt Cedeno - 3rd place - Sports Alexandra Balshi - 2nd place - Science Cydney Fam - 2nd place - Music Vocal Arielle Ahrendts - 3rd place - History/Politics Rebecca Skantar - 2nd place - Computer Science

Our 3rd graders took an annual field trip to the Apple Store! They used the Sphere SPRK coding robots to navigate mazes, race, and followed the outline of different shapes through coding their Sphero.

Moot Court State Champions for the 4th straight year! Congratulations to Team Mia Venezia and Arielle Ahrendts. Other top recognitions: Christopher Barkey won Best Advocate Mia Venezia won Outstanding Oralist for the second year in a row. Special thanks to Moot Court Coaches: Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Harris

Top college acceptances for members of our AHS Class of 2018. They will be featured in the Palm Beach Post and Sun Sentinel this Sunday, May 13.

AHS International student Yihan Sun competed in the Knowledge at Wharton High School Investment Competition at the University of Pennsylvania and was a finalist! She is pictured with her team on the left in the first photo. Congratulations Yihan!

In a beautiful show of appreciation for our Lower School teachers, students brought bouquets of flowers to class today to say "Thank You for all you do!" #teacherappreciation #teachers #special #collegeprep

Our Stallion Sentinel newspaper was recognized at the Palm Beach Post High School Journalism Award Ceremony again this year. Congratulations to Maria Vargas for winning 2nd place in photography and to the Sentinel staff for winning 1st place in a Digital Media Contest. #newspaper #journalism #communications #collegeprep

AHS senior Meghana Vemulapalli has been selected as Mu Alpha Theta’s first-ever Kay Weiss Award recipient because Meghana has demonstrated the highest level of commitment to promoting women’s participation in the STEM fields out of all the applicants.

Our AP Chemistry students participated in the Chemathon's Level II Marathon of Chemistry event at the University of Florida and did an amazing job in all of the competing categories. Kyle Tanner placed in the top 5% on the individual written exam, Ivy Yuan and Conan Fu placed in the top 10%. Shannon Vogel and Nick Jo placed 1st in the laboratory activity. Team Red placed 1st and received the team award for the highest cumulative score in both written and oral competition (Conan Fu, Yolanda Wu, Ivy Yuan, Nick Jo). Team White placed 2nd (Kyle Tanner, Kylie McCauley, Shannon Vogel, LeeLee Jiang) Team Blue placed 3rd (MacCrea Murphy, Tushar Shenoy, Pavan Gudoor, Ashle Li). The faculty adviser is Ms. Wojcik. Congratulations to all!

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