7600 Lyons Road
Coconut Creek, Florida 33073
954-247-0011 Ext 350
North Broward Preparatory is an international community committed to accelerating each student’s academic achievement and personal growth. We foster critical thinking, provide opportunities for the discovery of interests and instill the virtue of civic responsibility. Our challenging, yet nurturing environment, prepares our student to excel in their top choice colleges and universities.
Grades Pre K 3 through 12
Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate Classes
North Broward Preparatory School offers challenging educational programming for college-bound students, PreK3 to grade 12. Our students come to us with a range of abilities, from gifted ability to mild learning disabilities. Thus NBPS can serve the range of student abilities typically found in children of most families.
This includes differentiation, both within classrooms and within academic disciplines, to address the needs of all students. We offer regular college prep, Honors, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses.
NBPS focuses on developing the 21st Century skills of critical thinking, problem solving, and group collaboration in all grades. Our Touchpoints Program links NBPS students with their counterparts in other domestic and international schools that belong to the Meritas International Family of Schools. NBPS students learn about and propose solutions to problems facing people globally.
We are committed to the development of the whole child and to helping each student discover his/her talents and special aptitudes. The school offers highly acclaimed Fine and Performing Arts programs.
Our Interscholastic Athletics , leadership, and service experiences help shape students’ character, teach teamwork, and build confidence.
The school’s profile of college admissions gives vivid testimony to the success of North Broward Preparatory School. We provide students of varied abilities, interests, talents, and personal goals with the opportunity to pursue undergraduate education at their college or university of first choice