Scheck Hillel Community School was established in 1970.
388 Lower School
228 Middle School
287 Upper School
60% of teachers hold advanced degrees including master’s, doctorates and rabbinic ordinations.
Average teaching experience of faculty is 18 years.
20% of students receive tuition assistance through the Kulanu Scholarship Fund. Scheck Hillel allocated more than $1.6 million to students in 2016-17.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT SCHOLARS
33 AP Scholar Awards were granted by the College Board in 2016 for outstanding achievement on Advanced Placement exams.
100% of graduates were accepted to Ivy League universities, state and private schools or Yeshivot in 2016.
ISRAEL GAP YEAR PROGRAMS
15 students chose to study in Israel for at least one semester prior to enrolling in their colleges of choice in 2016.
NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS
7 graduates of the Class of 2016 were recognized by the National Merit Scholar Program: 1 Merit Scholar, 2 Finalists, 1 Semi-Finalist, 3 Commended Scholars.
NATIONAL HISPANIC SCHOLARS
6 students were named National Hispanic Scholars in the Class of 2016.
100+ students qualified for the National Art Honor Society, Tri-M honor Society and International Thespian Honor Society in 2016-17.
More than 50% of Upper School students are members of at least one of 19 sports. With 27 teams throughout school, the competitive athletics program begins as early as Grade 4.
20 countries beyond the United States are represented at Scheck Hillel.
70+ alumni are current Scheck Hillel parents.
14-acre campus comprises academic buildings and our 115,000-sq.-ft. athletic complex.
Scheck Hillel is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools/AdvancEd, the Association of Independent Schools of Florida (AISF), and the National Council for Private School Accreditation (NCPSA). Scheck Hillel is also a member of the National Association of Independent Schools.