The Columbus Jewish Day School, founded in 1998, is a pluralistic community school, grades K-6. The Columbus Jewish Day School is committed to academic excellence and subject mastery within a developmentally appropriate curriculum. CJDS provides students the intellectual and spiritual resources they need to become courageous, passionate, and fully realized human beings. CJDS helps students integrate Jewish values, teachings, and practices, with a sense of themselves as creative participants in contemporary experience. CJDS fosters critical thinking, discovery, invention, and problem solving within a community of actively engaged learners. In doing so, CJDS prepares its students to become outstanding members of their future secondary school and university communities. CJDS provides students, their families, faculty, staff, and the broader community with wide-ranging opportunities to translate timeless values into socially significant action.
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Student Teacher Ratio
6 : 1
49% Male / 51% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
State or regional independent school association
The Jewish Community Day School Network (RAVSAK)
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