On September 16, 1946, Rabbi Solomon Goldman entrusted our community with a gift of immeasurable value, a gift that is now 70 years old: the creation of Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School. For the past 70 years, Bernard Zell has inspired students with academic purpose – the discipline to unlock the possibilities of life. We teach students to ask the tough questions, the ones that are often uncomfortable to answer. And we encourage them to collaborate, because harnessing the energy of others will take them further than they ever imagined.
Throughout our history, our students have been immersed in a powerful educational experience inspired by Jewish culture, heritage, language, and spirit. We are and always will be a warm, inclusive community that welcomes families to become engaged partners in the lifelong education of their children and the larger community.
to read Head of School Noah S. Hartman's complete reflections on our school's 70th anniversary.
to see how we celebrated on Friday, September 16, 2016!
For 70 years, Bernard Zell has been a second family, a second home, where the door is always open to learning, growing and discovery. Click here to see for yourself.