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Grandview to Open West Boca Campus Designed Around Flexible Scheduling & Custom College Preparation

January 25, 2019
By Grandview Communications
Grandview West Boca

January 25, 2019 – Boca Raton, FL:  Grandview Preparatory School is taking customized education for today’s middle and high school student to the next level with the launch of its new Grandview Preparatory School West Boca satellite campus (GPS West Boca). Slated to open date TBA, Grandview’s second private, independent school campus for students in grades 6-12 will center around flexible scheduling, small group and one-on-one instruction as well as the school’s unparalleled college prep educational experience.

Not only will GPS West Boca feature the main campus’ custom, research-based curriculum, it will also integrate a hybrid structure of superior face-to-face instruction and online learning designed to meet individual student needs. GPS West Boca will be helmed by Grandview’s current Chief Operating Officer, Alan Stob, who has been newly appointed as Head of School. The satellite campus is expected to employ a separate group of teachers and staff from Grandview Preparatory School’s East Boca campus where Jacqueline R. Westerfield will remain as Head of School.

GPS West Boca anticipates opening with teachers instructing groups of around six students. The school will also offer a study room and homework help for students who are not enrolled full time for an annual fee.

Grandview Preparatory School West Boca will be located in South County Regional Park adjacent to Rick Macci Tennis Academy. For enrollment information, please contact Grandview Admissions at


About Grandview Preparatory School

Grandview Preparatory School (East Boca) is an independent college preparatory, nonsectarian, coeducational day school founded in 1997. Student enrollment is offered for Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12. Grandview redefines 'Preparatory' with innovative learning experiences and focus on character and values. In class and beyond, Grandview students discover their talents, create their own path, engage in meaningful activities, and contribute to the community. Learn more at

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