To truly understand what makes Donna Klein Jewish Academy one of the premier Jewish Community Day Schools in the country, you must visit our campus and experience it for yourself. Feel the energy of a community joined in the love of knowledge, the joy of learning and a deep passion for Judaism. Donna Klein Jewish Academy: An Education of Extraordinary Power and Purpose.
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Donna Klein Jewish Academy is a community of commitment, bonded by a love of knowledge and the joy of learning. Here, a dual curriculum of college preparatory academics and Judaic Studies ensures a level of academic rigor and achievement that few other schools can match. LEARN MORE
From the time-honored traditions of Judaism and the wisdom of the Torah to the learning of modern Hebrew, the study and practice of what it means to be Jewish begins in Kindergarten and continues through High School graduation. LEARN MORE
The Claire and Emanuel G. Rosenblatt High School Engineering Team presented a demo of their year-long project in partnership with Dr. Jason Hallstrom at Florida Atlantic University’s ISENSE lab.
At the start of the 2020-2021 school year, the DKJA team partnered with B’nai Torah to collaborate on their TLC Little Free Pantry, a self-serve food pantry. The TLC Little Free Pantry, created by Summer Faerman, provides non-perishable food to anybody in need. The engineering team set out to solve the problem the pantries were facing - volunteers not knowing when the pantries needed to be restocked, and community members showing up for food only to find an empty pantry.
It is hard to believe that this school year is coming to an end. I am incredibly proud of our faculty, staff, and administration for their constant dedication to our students’ education while navigating a global pandemic. When we began hybrid learning in the fall, it was immediately apparent that faculty and students, both remote and in-person, were ready and eager to have a successful year. This commitment has continued throughout the school year and has been evident as we watched our students thrive socially, emotionally, academically, and spiritually.