Parents Weigh In: What to Know About Jewish Day School
“I think a lot of people get nervous right out of the gate that their kids are going to be given too much religion,” Gomeringer says. “What we’ve really found is that it’s actually the opposite. In our experience, we feel like it’s really given our kids a stronger moral compass and a framework through which to make decisions.”
Five reasons why a Jewish education in the middle grades prepares students for success
"Jewish day school in the middle grades (approximately fifth through eighth grade) can be a place where the changes of middle school are embraced and leveraged for increased reflection, growth, autonomy, communal responsibility– all through Jewish values. This helps to nurture students to be active and ethical contributors in the world".