About

School Review

List of 14 items.

  • History

    Scheck Hillel Community School was established in 1970.
  • Students Enrolled

    1,160 Students
  • Faculty

    60% of teachers hold advanced degrees including master’s, doctorates and rabbinic ordinations.

    Average teaching experience of faculty is 18 years.
  • Advanced Placement Scholars

    53 AP Scholar Awards were granted by the College Board in 2018 for outstanding achievement on Advanced Placement exams.
  • Israel Gap Year Program

    Nearly 40% of students from the Class of 2018 will spend at least one semester of study in Israel prior to enrolling in their colleges of choice.
     
  • National Merit Scholars

    Scheck Hillel is honored to have graduated a significant roster of National Merit Scholarship winners, Finalists, Semifinalists and Commended Students, and to carry on the tradition of recognition into 2018.
     
  • National Hispanic Scholars

    6 students were named National Hispanic Scholars in the Class of 2016.
  • Silver Knight Awards

    Scheck Hillel has a long tradition of Silver Knight Award recognition, most recently including 2017 recognition in Digital & Interactive Media.
  • Arts

    100+ students qualify for the National Art Honor Society, Tri-M honor Society and International Thespian Honor Society every year. 
     
  • Athletics

    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.
     
  • Community

    20 countries beyond the United States are represented at Scheck Hillel.
  • Alumni

    Nearly 150 alumni are returning home as Scheck Hillel parents, faculty or staff!
  • Campus

    14-acre campus comprises academic buildings and our 115,000-sq.-ft. athletic complex with plans for expansion. 
  • Accreditations

    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 and of the Center for Advancement of Jewish Education (CAJE) of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.