School will educate its students to become lifelong practicing Jews. Students will learn the knowledge and ritual needed to actively participate in the synagogue; they will continue to develop positive attitudes about their Judaism; and they will develop positive connections to the synagogue and the wider Jewish world. To reach these outcomes teachers will use a multitude of instructional strategies to engage all students.
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Student Teacher Ratio
46 : 1
58% Male / 42% Female
Percentage of Student Body
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