Welcome to the Claire and Emanuel G. Rosenblatt High School at Donna Klein Jewish Academy. We are a community of learners and educators dedicated to the success and growth of each and every student in our supportive, diverse and vibrant Jewish community.
Our talented student body participates in a rigorous academic program complemented by our Judaic Studies and an array of extracurricular activities, student clubs and leadership opportunities. We mentor our students to ask probing questions, to become independent and critical thinkers and to explore their many interests during this important period in their lives. We accomplish this in an environment in which a dedicated faculty continually builds deep and enduring relationships with our students and families while pushing them to achieve their dreams.
At DKJA, academic excellence is extremely important. Our students are given opportunities to collaborate on projects and learn through contributing to the community around them. Not only are we teaching tomorrow’s Jewish leaders, but we are also guiding the students to develop a strong moral compass.
During these important years of exploration and discovery, the academic, social-emotional and spiritual development of our students is our first priority. We are immensely proud of the learning and living community that we have created and are continually excited to nourish the mind, the body and the soul of all who walk through our halls. We look forward to your family joining us on the journey.

Legal Studies Program

We offer students a highly competitive Legal Studies Program. The program enables students to experience special classes that allow them to explore their interests in the field of law. Students are given opportunities to consider the legal profession, and to experience a competitive advantage in any career path they choose. 
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Medical Studies Program

High school students interested in careers in medicine have a unique opportunity to learn alongside practicing doctors at West Boca Medical Center as well from faculty at Florida Atlantic University’s medical school. During hands-on training and internships, our students get an early exposure to this field, years before they get to college

Engineering Program

The next generation of engineers, computer science and technology experts can launch their careers early through an affiliation between our school and Florida Atlantic University’s Institute for Sensing and Embedded Network Systems, where students visit laboratories, attend seminars and engage with FAU students and faculty.