Welcome to Donna Klein Jewish Academy!

It is our pleasure to introduce you to Donna Klein Jewish Academy. We would like to extend a warm welcome and thank you for your interest in our extraordinary community of learners working collaboratively toward the pursuit of excellence.
This website provides detailed information about life at DKJA, as well as instructions on the application process. We hope that you will visit us and experience the beauty of our campus and the energy and warmth of our community. It is an exciting time to be at Donna Klein Jewish Academy, with signature programs in medicine, law, engineering, leadership, and business entrepreneurship, as well as tremendous opportunities for student participation in the arts and athletics. 
If you are looking for a school that provides challenge and opportunity wrapped in a community where every student is known, valued, and needed, you have found it here at Donna Klein Jewish Academy. With our focus on developing tomorrow’s leaders, our programs allow students to think, dream, and pursue their passions.
As a testament to the school’s high academic standards, DKJA graduates consistently gain admission to the country’s most prestigious colleges and universities and go on to rank among a “Who’s Who” of Jewish leaders around the world. College acceptances include Amherst College, Brandeis, Brown, Columbia University Jewish Theological Seminary, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, NYU Stern School of Business, Princeton, Tel Aviv University, Vanderbilt, and many other fine educational institutions.
You will be able to see and feel the vibrancy of campus life through a campus visit. Click HERE to schedule a tour today. 
I look forward to meeting you soon.

Very truly yours,

Susie Jackowitz
Director of Admissions 
If you have questions, please contact the Admissions Office at (561) 852-3310.

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Admissions Policies

Donna Klein Jewish Academy seeks and accepts those students who can benefit from an academically rigorous dual curriculum consisting of general and Judaic Studies. As part of the admissions process, students are given admission testing to determine developmental readiness and academic achievement. Testing for grades Kindergarten through Grade 8 is done on-site at DKJA. Students applying to Grades 9-12 must register and take the Secondary School Admission Test. More information about dates and test sites for the SSAT is available on their website,

In addition to admission testing, DKJA requires the student’s records as well as recommendation forms from current teachers, which will indicate how the child has been performing at his/her current or previous school(s).

Kindergarten applicants attend a Kindergarten group activity program. Applicants to Grades 1-8 also spend time in the classroom with our classroom teachers during a day visit to the school. Applicants to Grades 9-12 are interviewed by a high school administrator during their day visit.