About Us

  • General Information
    Established in 1963 and rebuilt in 2004, Boca Raton Community High School (BRCHS) has over 3,200 students, born in over 60 different countries. Florida’s Department of Education has rated BRCHS as an “A” school for 16 consecutive years, the longest streak earned by any of Florida’s 350 comprehensive public high schools. In June, 2020, the US News ranked BRCHS in the Top 5% Best High Schools in the United States. BRCHS has a diverse and dynamic staff. Over 40% hold advanced degrees and many teachers have earned National Board Certification.  BRCHS graduates have been empowered to develop superlative work habits, master challenging material, discover the skills and need to serve, explore passions and talents, and aspire to the highest standard of excellence throughout life. 
    Profile of Graduates
    Over 91% of graduates continue in post-secondary education, including four-year colleges, military programs, and technical schools. Recent graduates have enrolled in Florida’s top universities, in addition to our nation’s finest institutions, including, but not limited to: Air Force Academy, American, Boston College, Boston University, Bowdoin, Brown, California Berkeley, Colby, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Emory, Georgia, Georgia Tech, George Washington, Georgetown, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Michigan, MIT, Naval Academy, NYU, North Carolina, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Pepperdine, Princeton, Stanford, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Wake Forest, and West Point.  

    Boca High increased their graduate rate to 99% in school year 2020-2021, breaking the historic school record of 98% from last year.

    General Curriculum
    BRCHS services students in grades 9–12. On-site programs are offered in exceptional student education: regular, honors, Pre-AP, Florida Atlantic University and Palm Beach State College Dual Enrollment classes, as well as the following College Board Advanced Placement (AP) and University of Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) courses.