Partnership with

American Preparatory Academy
Where every student belongs...


Dear American Preparatory Academy Family:

Welcome to the new 2022-2023 academic year. I am pleased to begin my tenure as principal of the American Preparatory Academy (APA). I look forward to serving our entire community of students, parents, faculty, and staff. APA has proudly grown since its foundation 11 years ago, with the mission of offering students and parents peace of mind, by offering all-encompassing services all in one place. Our school community strives for academic success, while finding a balance with physical and mental health, and working on instituting values such as kindness and inclusiveness. These five items compose my vision of what APA is and should continue to be. I am committed to working vigorously to develop new tools and improve the school’s environment for our students, our parents, our faculty, and our staff. As principal, I look forward to dedicating my efforts to helping each student become the best possible version of him or herself.

Warm Regards,

Professor Andreina Wain

  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Hands-On Curriculum
  • ESE Vocational Classes
  • Athletics
  • Extracurricular Activities
  • Dual enrollment
  • Summer Classes
  • Summer Camp ... and more


To help students appreciate the value of diverse cultures and embrace the concept of becoming global citizens. To provide our students with the necessary tools for their successful
professional development. To give students the capacity to analyze, perform, and reflect with self-criteria on global issues.
To provide a safe and comprehensive ESE program focused on the individual needs of each student.


Helping students become better citizens and professionals, so they can reach happiness and success in their careers, and strengthen equality principles regardless of any distinction. Giving students the tools and the taste of success builds self-esteem, confidence, and the desire to strive for excellence.

Our Mission

Our mission is to serve the comprehensive needs of all students and provide peace of mind to parents by offering inclusive services in one place. To achieve our goal of creating the optimal setting for our faculty, staff, parents, and students, we will work vigorously to develop new tools and improve our environment.

Meet our Team

Andreina Wain
School Principal

Andreina Wain joined the APA team as principal in January 2019 as part of a training program, under the supervision of the previous principal, Ms. Soraya Matos. In June of that same year, Professor Wain officially became APA’s principal. Professor Wain joined APA at the suggestion of the previous principal. She was interviewed and both, her vision, dedication, and heartfelt interest in others, along with her academic and professional accolades, made her a good candidate for the position. Professor Wain worked as a college professor (either teaching assistant or adjunct professor) for a period of 9 years. In addition, prof. Wain dedicated her personal time to tutoring students under the ESE category. The ages of the students ranged from 7-19 years of age.

Vivian Robles
Assistant Principal/Admissions

Mrs,. Vivian has a bachelor’s degree in Elemental Education(k-5) from Sacred University-Puerto Rico, (DCF 45 hours) and Preschool Director Credential from Broward County, Florida. Mrs. Vivian is a dynamic and self-starter bilingual (English and Spanish) person with extensive experience in the education industry (USA and Puerto Rico). Working closely with parents, faculty and students is the priority to have an effective open communication to address the needs of the students and community.

Maria Cecilia Wulff

Director of Accounting Department

Born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, Ms Wulff has a Bachelors of Arts in Business Administration from Universidad Metropolitana. Masters: Programa Avanzado de Gerencia PAG at IESA (Instituto de Estudios Superiores de administración)

Minerva Ocana

School Secretary

Born in Puerto Rico, Ms. Minerva has worked in Customer Service for over 15 years. She loves working at APA because she feels at home.

Besides working with the kids and the families, Ms. Minerva enjoys working on cars (small things), car racing, riding her bike, and spending time with her family.