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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.


  • 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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School Clinic

The School Clinic, directed by a Registered Nurse, provides for the health care needs of the school community. Our mission is to provide direct health care services to students and staff, and to promote health and wellness.

Services offered by the clinic include: 

  • immediate care for students who are ill or injured
  • medication administration
  • collaboration with students, parents, teachers, and other staff as needed
  • maintenance of student health records
  • documentation of State required health screenings
  • care for students with chronic health conditions

The role of the clinic staff is to report signs and symptoms of health problems and encourage individuals to contact their own health care provider for diagnosis and treatment.

Physical Exam Requirements

A School Entry Health Examination (Florida Form DH3040 is preferred) documenting the results of a physical examination given within the last 12 months is required for all newly enrolled students. This exam must be completed by a qualified medical professional in the United States. 



Immunization Records

All new parents must provide the school with an Immunization record, documented in the English language. The record must have evidence of each vaccine required for your child's grade at school. The Florida Immunization Form DH 680, Florida Certification of Immunization,  must be used to document receipt of immunizations required for entry and attendance in Florida schools. A request for a religious exemption from immunization requirements must be presented to the facility/school on the Department of Health's Religious Exemption Form Immunization (DH 681 Form). The Form is issued ONLY by county health departments and ONLY for a child who is not immunized because of his/her family's religious tenets or practices. The student will not be able to attend class without this. 

Day Students must get the Immunization History form from their Florida pediatrician's office or health department.

Boarding Students: To access our Immunization History Form to complete, please click here

Health care providers may grant a Temporary Medical Exemption for children who are in the process of completing any necessary immunizations. 

Magnus Health Portal

Magnus Health is an online software solution for collecting, managing, and securely storing NBP student health data. View instructions and access Magnus Health below. 

Access Magnus Health

Magnus Health Instruction Guide


Keeping Your Child Home

Please have consideration for other students as well as your child by keeping them at home if:

  • your child vomits or has diarrhea prior to coming to school, a period of 24 hrs without symptoms must pass before returning to school
  • your child has an elevated temperature of 100 or over, a period of 24 hrs without fever medication must pass before returning to school
  • your child has an itchy red eye with discharge, please visit the pediatrician prior to returning to school
  • Your child has a cough/cold symptoms, please monitor and consult with your division nurse; consider testing for COVID
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Medication Guidelines

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