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
Donna Klein Jewish Academy had the distinct honor of welcoming Elie Klein, Director of Development for ADI, to our campus last week. ADI is an organization in Israel that cares for and works with hundreds of people of all ages with severe disabilities. Our 5th and 6th-grade students had the privilege of taking part in an educational program led by Mr. Klein with ADI Bechinuch. This program helps students understand that “disability doesn’t mean inability” by sharing resident stories and their accomplishments as well as disability simulations.
Last week, we welcomed Elie Klein, Director of Development for ADI, to our campus. ADI is an organization in Israel that cares for and works with hundreds of people of all ages with severe disabilities. Our fifth- and sixth-grade students had the privilege of taking part in an educational program led by Mr. Klein with ADI Bechinuch. This program shares resident stories and their accomplishments, as well as disability simulations. Our students truly enjoyed this experience, and we look forward to continuing our relationship with ADI by participating in their upcoming Make the Change Challenge, an internationally accessible design STEM challenge. We will announce more information as it becomes available.