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  • About North Broward Preparatory School

    North Broward Preparatory is a long-established school offering robust curricula that promotes individualized learning, creativity and critical thinking.

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  • An Innovative, Unmatched Educational Experience

    At North Broward Preparatory School, your child will learn the critical skills needed to thrive in an increasingly global world.

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  • Academics

    Learn more about our Academic Plan, Core Values, Rigorous Curriculum and more.

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  • Life in South Florida

    Your child will have extended opportunities to utilize North Broward’s standout academic programs, state-of-the-art facilities and robust curricula, within our engaging and thoughtful learning community.

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  • Developing Creativity & Confidence

    We offer a vibrant Fine Arts education that fosters broad dispositions and skills, especially: creative thinking, connection making, artistic achievement, and a sensitive aesthetic awareness.

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    The Boarding Program offers students an exceptional global opportunity, first-class education, and a safe home environment.

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Community Involvement

At North Broward Preparatory School, we recognize the importance of being a responsible and contributing member of the local and world communities in which we live.

Student volunteer service is an important learning component and furthers the NBPS mission to engage students in real-life problem solving and cooperative learning and to promote civic responsibility.

Meaningful community service allows students to become responsible citizens, exercise leadership, create a sense of community pride, develop their own understanding of social justice, and draw a deeper awareness of needs within a community.  This concept fosters a positive relationship between the educational community and the public/private sectors of the wider community in which we live.

We are committed to integrating the learning that results from community service into the larger school experience.  This concept, called service learning, allows teachers and students to make connections between course content, the skills and dispositions they are acquiring and their community activities.

Meaningful community service allows students to become responsible citizens

Community Service

Here are some examples of how our students open their hearts to help others.

Lower School

Lower School students participate in a variety of service projects organized by the Lower School Student Government or grade level groups. The lower school works with organizations such as Ronald McDonald House, Food for the Poor, the American Heart Association and other local charities.

Middle School

Citizenship at the local, regional, national and global level is a valued piece of our Middle School program. Formal opportunities for service are offered for students in Student Government, the National Junior Honor Society, Samaritan 365, the National Spanish Junior Honor Society, the Global Goals course, Recycling Club, advisory, grade level programming and in many more. These groups adopt charities and work on projects to raise money and goods through donations from dress down days, the sale of candy grams, and hosting dances and movie nights. They also actively participate in beach cleanups, visits to local non-profit organizations and on-campus service.

Every spring, all Middle School students participate in a school-wide service project in which they gather food to donate to 100 local families in need. Students spend Leadership Day collecting food, packing boxes, and giving back to those in need.