A pre-kindergarten through grade 12 private school with campuses in Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, Florida
Pine Crest School’s 2019-24 Strategic Plan defines the Pine Crest graduate of the future as a competitive participant in the global economy who thrives in a technology-driven world. Our eight core future skills are:
Jared Firestone ’08 is a south Florida native, 2022 Olympic hopeful, and Skeleton racer. A consummate athlete, Jared played golf and tennis before joining the Upper School. Jared’s love for athletics and track, specifically, took him to Tulane University where he continued to run. After earning his bachelor’s degree, Jared attended Cardozo Law School in New York City.
Kevin Boothe ’01 is a former professional football player, having played for the Oakland Raiders and the New York Giants. “I am proud to be a Pine Crest School alumnus,” said Kevin Boothe ’01. “No matter where I live, I always have a home at 1501 NE 62nd Street.” Today, Kevin works for the National Football League (NFL) as the Manager of Football Operations Strategy and Business Development.
Building fun, customizable, affordable bicycles has been a way for Avery Pack, founder of Republic Bike and Pine Crest Class of 1996 alumnus, to encourage people to get moving. “Now more than ever, it is imperative to follow your creative pursuits. It is easier than before to see an idea through to completion.”
"It is an honor for me to partner with Dr. Markham ’18H in our shared mission to provide a safe and positive learning environment and to prepare students to be future-ready.” Michele (McNichol) Stocker ’83 has come full circle in her Pine Crest experience over the course of 40 years— first as a student, then as an alumna, parent, and parent of an alumna, and now as Chair of the School’s Board of Trustees.
Stephanie (Shank) Correa ’87 and Tony Correa ’87 are high school sweethearts and business partners running a network of veterinary clinics and hospitals, Animal Cancer Care Clinic (ACCC). ACCC was envisioned by Stephanie, a veterinarian who saw a need for comprehensive cancer treatment for dogs and cats. “Pine Crest was my family. It was not one person or one peer, everyone made you feel like you could just do everything."