Ms. Rollins is excited to host our Speaker Series and share her personal experiences as a mother, an educator, and advocate for children with learning differences.
Meet Our Host
Alexandra Rollins immigrated from Argentina to America at age 3 and grew up in South Florida. She attended college at the University of Miami and Nova Southeastern University, majoring in English and Secondary Education. Her warm smile, dedication, and friendly personality has helped students with mild learning differences regain their self confidence enabling them to reach their full academic potential. She is active in the community raising awareness for Autism Speaks and volunteers at Feeding South Florida and the SOS Children’s Village. She is an active member of The Junior League of Broward County and participates on the committee in the Fort Lauderdale Riverwalk Run.
Ms. Rollins is the proud mother of 4 young men; one is a current American Heritage School student and two are American Heritage School alumni. Her oldest son graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2020 with a degree in Civil Engineering and was recently hired at a Fortune 500 international consulting firm.
Life At Heritage
Ms. Rollins is beginning her tenth year at American Heritage School, where she taught English, Literature and the Arts, Semantics & Logic, and Spanish I in the American Academy program. Ms. Rollins has been part of the admissions team at American Heritage School for the last 4 years. She loves meeting new families and supporting their children’s educational needs.