Chicagoland Jewish High School (CJHS), located 25 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, is a private, full-day, co-educational high school for students in grades nine through twelve.
CJHS offers a college preparatory program that combines a rigorous general studies education with a comprehensive Jewish studies education. General and Judaic studies are valued equally at CJHS. General studies includes English, mathematics, history and social sciences, science, modern languages, the arts, and health and physical education. Subjects are generally taught at two levels: a College Preparatory level and an Honors or Advanced Placement level. Jewish studies include Bible, Jewish History, and Talmud. Small size classes and differentiated instruction help each student find his or her own voice, solve problems creatively, cultivate respect for individual differences, and develop a deep dedication to learning.
Chicagoland Jewish High School creates a culture of academic excellence that inspires our children to think critically and achieve their full potential, while preparing them to live Judaism as responsible and involved citizens in the modern world.
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