Application Procedures

The role of the Admission Committee is to choose candidates with qualities indicative of success in the rigorous academic program of the school. Our holistic admissions process allows our team to select applicants that are a good fit for Donna Klein Jewish Academy, and will be successful in our uncompromising learning environment. Evaluation is based upon assessment scores, past and current academic records, recommendations from the applicant’s teachers and school administrators, and an applicant's interview. Our application process is outlined below. 
  • Complete an application for each child. Applications for the 2023-2024 school year are now available.  There is a $200 non-refundable application fee.  If you are applying to 2022-2023 please email
  • Submit all required documentation. You will receive an email from the Admissions office listing all required documents and how to access them via your Eagles Net account. All recommendation forms are submitted digitally through Eagles Net and will be sent to DKJA directly from your child(ren)’s school. Recommendation forms will be available in your electronic checklist in Eagles Net once the application has been processed.
  • Please send your child's current school the K-8 Record Release form or 9-12 Record Release form for each child applying.
  • Use your Eagles Net account to keep track of documents that DKJA has received and what is still outstanding.
  • Applicants for kindergarten are required to attend a Kindergarten Activity Day. Information about registration will be provided once an application is received.
  • Applicants for kindergarten will also be given an academic assessment.  The Admissions Office will contact parents to schedule individual appointments after all admissions documentation has been received. (This assessment is separate from the Kindergarten Activity Day.)
  • Applicants for grades 1-8 are required to spend a day at the school. Parents will be contacted to schedule a day visit once admissions documentation is received.
  • Applicants for grades 1-7 will be given an academic assessment during their day visits. 
  • Applicants for grades 8 and above must take the Secondary School Admissions Test (SSAT) and submit the scores to DKJA (score reporting code 2855).


If you have any questions regarding the application process please contact the Admissions Office or (561) 852-3310.