What to expect from a Jewish Education
An education at a private Jewish day school is one that integrates critical and creative thinking, independent learning, and a thorough knowledge of Jewish practices, beliefs, and values.
From play-based Early Childhood learning, to the fundamentals and self-discovery of the Lower School, to the social, emotional and academic growth of Middle School, each year's curriculum builds on the previous year's learning, allowing students an opportunity to grow in their education and to apply what they learn in their everyday lives.
Classrooms create an exhilarating challenge of academic study and cultural immersion that changes the game for elementary school. 5,000 year-old traditions intersect with tomorrow’s technology to create extraordinary opportunities for learning. By the time students reach Middle School, the depth of service learning creates hands-on, all-in experiences. At this intersection of learning and life, students create their own Jewish identities.
It’s these daily experiences, the shared journey of parenting, and the profound commitment to children, education and Jewish values that connects our families, creates lifelong friendships and helps define the spirit of a Jewish day school.