The USchool Difference

You’re seeking an environment that brings out the very best in your child.

USchool students are an impressive group—confident, excited about learning, and creative in so many different ways. That's because they don't sit passively here. Instead, they are engaged, try on different roles, and learn to formulate questions. The results are graduates who are able to think through ideas and apply their learning to the world around them.

You want a school that celebrates your child’s unique interests and strengths.

USchool teachers understand that every child learns in his or her own way, so they continually develop instructional approaches in order to reach every learner. They know that a "one size fits all" education never really fits and place value on fostering both academic and personal growth in each and every child.

You value academic rigor that will stretch and support your child.

At USchool, rigor means something different for every student. We provide a disciplined approach to instruction that is differentiated and personalized. Rigor is age-appropriate and balanced to allow your child to be challenged without sacrificing emotional well being.

You want to be part of a strong and supportive school community.

The home/school partnership is critical to every student’s success. We invite and encourage parents to be visible, present, and involved in all aspects of our school community.

You want your child to have every opportunity to succeed.

Our connection to Nova Southeastern University offers students unmatched opportunities and the ability to work collaboratively with world-class NSU scientists, researchers, and distinguished professors. Many of our students use NSU facilities to further their research and interest in a particular field. For example, students can conduct cutting-edge marine science research at NSU's Guy Harvey Oceanographic Center or work with leading medical researchers at the Center for Collaborative Research, one of the largest and most advanced research facilities in the state of Florida.