Frequently Asked Questions

Is the faculty certified?

Yes. All American Academy teachers are certified through the state of Florida and are also certified in Exceptional Student Education. All teachers have a Bachelor’s degree. Many have Master’s degrees or higher.

Is American Academy Accredited?

Yes.
International Accreditation: Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation

National Accreditation: National Council for Private Schools (NCPS) and National Study of School Evaluation (NSSE)

Regional Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)

The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Elementary and Secondary Schools

State Accreditation: Association of Independent Schools of Florida (AISF)

What is the maximum class size?

American Academy School has a maximum class size of 12 students in elementary with a teacher and full-time assistant in every classroom. There is a maximum of 14 students for upper school classes.

How does American Academy Compare to other programs for students with Learning Differences?

We are a college Preparatory program for students with mild learning differences where students also have opportunities to participate in award winning fine arts and athletic programs as well as joining interest clubs such as robotics, debate, chess, photography, or pre-professional societies.

How many of your American Academy graduates go on to college?

All of our graduates are accepted to colleges/universities.

Does American Academy accept McKay?

Yes. American Academy can accept McKay Scholarship dollars associated with a matrix number. Dollars may be applied towards the cost of tuition.

We are unable to accept monies associated with Step-Up or the 504 Plan.

Is financial aid available?

Yes. Please see our page on financial aid opportunities details, or call one of our admissions personnel.

What learning differences can American Academy accommodate?

We accommodate all mild learning disabilities, such as reading, math, written expression disorders, attention deficit disorder and auditory processing disorder

How do we begin the admissions process?

Please call our admissions office
Boca/Delray Campus: (561) 496-7621
Plantation Campus: (954) 423 - 3421

Boca Delray Campus
6200 Linton Blvd, Building 800
Delray Beach, FL 33484
Ph (561) 496-7621

Plantation Campus
12200 West Broward Blvd, Building 4000
Plantation, FL 33325
Ph (954) 423-3421