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FAU High School is the only public, accelerated pre-collegiate program that has every one of its students working towards a cost-free bachelor's degree and high school diploma simultaneously. It paves the way for students to graduate college debt-free.

Why FAU High School?

FAU High School allows high achieving students to move at an accelerated pace. Our world-class faculty passionately pushes the limits of student development by fostering innovation, promoting early exposure to the hard sciences of STEAMD, and opening doors to research and hands-on discovery, all driven by entrepreneurial processes. Our school is an incubator for tomorrow's leaders.

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FIRST-GENERATION GRADUATE, 18, EARNS DEGREE IN NEUROSCIENCE/BEHAVIOR

At just 18 years old, Jessica Baran is the first person in her family to be born in the United States and will be the first to earn a college degree. more

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FAU HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BACK FROM SPACE, SCHOOL THAT IS

FAU High School student Connor Cane, 15, recently was one of only four students to represent the United States and one of only 47 students from across the world to participate in the United Space School. more

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A.D. HENDERSON & FAU HIGH SCHOOL RANKED NO. 2 SCHOOL IN AMERICA

Florida Atlantic University's A.D. Henderson University School has been named the No. 2 Best Public Elementary School and the No. 9 Best Public Middle School in America by Niche. more

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FAU LAB SCHOOLS NAMED "DISTRICT OF DISTINCTION"

The FAU Lab Schools District was recently named a "District of Distinction" by District Administration magazine. more

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FAU HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS VISIT GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS FOR RESEARCH

For the first time ever, a group of FAU High School (FAUHS) students recently traveled to the Galápagos Islands for a summer course to conduct field research. more

 
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