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
Eden Richman, an 11th-grade student at Donna Klein Jewish Academy placed third in the 8th-11th grade division at the National Bible Quiz Competition on Sunday. Eden also placed third in the competition when she was in the seventh grade.
It was another eventful week at DKJA as we held two exciting virtual programs for the Claire & Emanuel G. Rosenblatt High School - the National Honors Society Induction Ceremony and Coffee House, where our RHS students were able to showcase their many talents. Thank you to Anita Schwartz and advisors Nick Belotto, Illana Joseph, Eilat Asseo, Zoraida Adams, Jonathan Miniello, Michael Garreaud, and Christy Schuler for making our National Honor Society Induction Ceremony a success. Thank you to Nick Belotto, Silvana Delbo, and RHS Senior Ariel Magin for your efforts in putting together our annual Coffee House. There was also tremendous enthusiasm across all divisions today as we celebrated Lag Ba’omer, a festive holiday that falls between the end of Passover and the holiday of Shavuot, celebrating a break in a plague that is said to have occurred during the days of Rabbi Akiva. Our students participated in a variety of fun and engaging learning activities to celebrate this joyous occasion including virtual assemblies, class discussions, and group activities.