Description: Abraham Joshua Heschel Day School, a community Jewish day school, provides a rich dual-curricular education that enc ...read moreAbraham Joshua Heschel Day School, a community Jewish day school, provides a rich dual-curricular education that encourages independent and critical thinking, lifelong learning, self awareness, and compassion. In partnership with our families, we inspire our students to become active, dedicated, ethical, and informed citizens and leaders who are committed to Israel and the vitality of the Jewish people. http://www.heschel.comread less
Description: In 1968, Alice and Nahum Lainer School became Southern California's first Conservative Jewish day school. Now, ...read moreIn 1968, Alice and Nahum Lainer School became Southern California's first Conservative Jewish day school. Now, 41 years later and nearly 600 students strong, Alice and Nahum Lainer School is highly regarded as an educational leader both in the secular and Jewish day school communities. Alice and Nahum Lainer School provides an outstanding general and Judaic education and is home to a diverse Jewish community. Our graduates not only attend top universities and engage in fulfilling professional careers; they are living active Jewish lives and raising Jewish families. Some have returned to Akiba with their own children, affirming the importance of a Sinai Akiba education. In no small way, their years at Sinai Akiba Academy were fundamental in sealing their sense of connection to community, and to their Jewish roots. Alice and Nahum Lainer School serves students K through the 8th grade.
Contact Person: Lisa Zide;
Phone: (310) 481-3251;
Address: 10400 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024;
Website: http://www.lainerschool.orgread less
Description: On the foundation of the highest academic standards and Jewish ethical and spiritual values, Milken Community School ...read moreOn the foundation of the highest academic standards and Jewish ethical and spiritual values, Milken Community Schools develops students with sharp minds, generous hearts, and kind souls. We value each member of our pluralistic community while we foster a deep connection to Israel, a lifelong dedication to the Jewish people, and a passionate commitment to the service of humanity and the perfection of God's world. Contact Person: Ashley Jackson; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (310) 440-3553; Address: 15900 Zeldin's Way, Los Angeles, CA 90049; Website: http://www.milkenschool.orgread less
Description: Maimonides Academy is an Orthodox Sephardic Jewish Day school. It is dedicated to offering its students stimulating ...read moreMaimonides Academy is an Orthodox Sephardic Jewish Day school. It is dedicated to offering its students stimulating activities for growth and enrichment through an extensive, balanced Judaic and General Studies educational program. This diverse program, offered in a warm and nurturing environment, provides all students with the opportunities to acquire knowledge and technological skills. There is an emphasis on developing critical thinking, problem solving and social awareness, while instilling the values of our heritage, the love of our Torah and the love of the people and land of Israel. In this way, Maimonides children will grow to become dedicated Jews and successful, productive citizens in a democratic society and global world.
Contact Person: Sara Halpern;
Phone: (310) 659-2456;
Address: 8511 Beverly Place, Los Angeles, CA 90048;
Website: http://www.maimonidesla.comread less
Description: Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy is an Orthodox Yeshiva Day School serving a diverse Jewish community. At Hillel, we se ...read moreHarkham Hillel Hebrew Academy is an Orthodox Yeshiva Day School serving a diverse Jewish community. At Hillel, we seek to educate our students in an environment that fosters academic excellence with strong moral character. A graduate of Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy personifies and reflects a person who integrates the best of Western values according to Torah standards. Our Jewish Day School is located in Beverly Hills, California, in the heart of a thriving Jewish community in West Los Angeles. Our school is committed to Zionism and the State of Israel while promoting that commitment in its teachings and programs. Our Elementary School begins in 1st grade.
Contact Person: Alexis Newman
Phone: (310) 276-6135
Address: 9120 W. Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Website: http://www.hillelhebrew.orgread less
Description: The Kadima Middle School is committed to providing an exemplary education by integrating a progressive general studi ...read moreThe Kadima Middle School is committed to providing an exemplary education by integrating a progressive general studies curriculum alongside an inspiring Judaic studies curriculum. Students at Kadima are challenged both intellectually and spiritually to discover, and explore the tools that promote not only academic success but the passion for lifelong learning. To learn more about ensuring your child’s successful transition from childhood to young adulthood in an academic and social framework enriched by technology, art, and music, contact Dikla Kadosh, Director of Admissions, 818-346-0849 or email@example.com. Visit us online at https://www.kadimadayschool.org/middle-school/read less
Description: Pressman Academy, affiliated with the Solomon Schechter Day School Association is an extraordinary place for childre ...read morePressman Academy, affiliated with the Solomon Schechter Day School Association is an extraordinary place for children and families to learn. Our students become knowledgeable, self-confident, compassionate, skilled Jews and committed citizens who are prepared for the academic and social challenges of the complex modern world, and committed to the Jewish people and Israel. Our warm and vibrant school community prepares your child for a lifetime of meaningful and successful learning. Our outstanding faculty values all of our students' needs, talents, and creativity. We develop your child's academic knowledge, social skills, and religious insight through a wide range of subjects and multiple approaches to learning and teaching.
Contact Person: Lesley Bloom;
Phone: (310) 652-7354;
Address: 1055 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035;
Website: http://www.pressmanacademy.orgread less
Description: Tashbar Torat Hayim Hebrew Academy is a Yeshiva Day School serving the Orthodox Sephardic community in Los Angeles. ...read moreTashbar Torat Hayim Hebrew Academy is a Yeshiva Day School serving the Orthodox Sephardic community in Los Angeles. Our goal is to provide a nurturing environment with a thorough and well-balanced curriculum in both Judaic and General Studies. In addition to Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science, the General Studies Program includes Physical Education, Computer Science, Library, and Art. Our Judaic Studies program includes Tefilah, Chumash, Mishna, Gemara, Halacha and Hebrew Language. The atmosphere stresses a love of Torah and Midot Tovot. Students take part in a variety of extracurricular activities such as karate, ballet, choir, basketball, Shabbatonim and field trips. Our parents take advantage of Motzei Shabbat Father-Son Learning, PTA activities, as well as lectures on Torah, parenting and child development, internet safety and more. Here, your child will gain a broad education, rich in Sephardic tradition. We're not just a school, we're a community. Contact Person: Rabbi David Miller;
Phone: (310) 652-2626;
Address: 1210 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90035;
Website: http://tashbartorathayim.comread less
Description: Weizmann Day School is located near the beautiful Eaton Canyon nature preserve in Pasadena, and has proudly been ser ...read moreWeizmann Day School is located near the beautiful Eaton Canyon nature preserve in Pasadena, and has proudly been serving the community since 1983. Our small class sizes enable abundant personalized attention and differentiated teaching strategies to help each child excel academically and socially. We believe in educating the whole child with a well-rounded curriculum including literature, math, reading, writing, social studies, Hebrew language immersion, science, computers, Judaic studies, music, fine arts, drama, dance, physical education and more. After-school enrichment programs are also conveniently offered on campus. Contact Person: Lisa Feldman; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone: (626) 797-0204; Address: 1434 N Altadena Dr., Pasadena, CA 91107; Website: http://www.weizmann.netread less
Description: Yeshivat Yavneh's Judaic Studies program is among the best offered anywhere in the United States. There is a Re ...read moreYeshivat Yavneh's Judaic Studies program is among the best offered anywhere in the United States. There is a Rebbie for each boys' class, and a Morah for each girls' class. Children are taught to read and speak modern Hebrew. Their total studies include Chumash, Prophets, Halacha, Mishna and Gemora. Jewish values, Middot, holidays and traditions are emphasized, providing a solid preparation for community life. Yeshivat Yavneh's General Studies program conforms to the highest academic standards, far exceeding requirements of California State Law. Courses include Language Arts, reading and comprehension skills, writing instruction and honors composition. Advanced mathematics, including critical thinking and thinking strategies. Rich and varied Social Studies curricula, comprehensive Science and Technology instruction, Music, an orchestra, Art, Library and Computer Skills, and After-School Enrichment programs form the backbone of this superlative program. read less
Description: YESHIVA AHARON YAAKOV/OHR ELIYAHU 's caring and dedicated staff strives to encourage, support, and guide each a ...read moreYESHIVA AHARON YAAKOV/OHR ELIYAHU 's caring and dedicated staff strives to encourage, support, and guide each and every student. They are excellent role models who demonstrate their passion for educating the "whole child." How can OHR ELIYAHU make this claim? The theory and practice of values are an integral part of the curriculum for every class at every grade level. Each month, the entire student body focuses on a particular character trait (in Hebrew, middah). Through the use of hands-on projects, special speakers, in-depth study from classical Jewish sources, and at-home support from our committed parent body, the highest standard of behavior is set, reinforced and adhered to by OHR ELIYAHU students. read less