MetroWest Jewish Day School is a pre-k through grade 8 community Jewish day school. MWJDS fosters the personal growth of each child through a multi-faceted, nurturing, and dynamic 21st century approach to learning. Our student community actively engages in the comprehensive exploration of both secular and Jewish curricula, weaving together ancient texts and modern perspectives. MWJDS inspires our students to excel in the world as knowledgeable and responsible members of the diverse Jewish community.
Our curriculum integrates 21st century skills with Jewish knowledge and wisdom to engage our students in a rich, multi-faceted learning experience. We support our students’ individual learning styles enabling them to realize their full potential and find their place in the world.
Our classes group students by ability, not by age. Students are placed in classes that challenge them based on where each student is by academic level. Additionally, student levels may vary unit to unit within the curriculum, so we change and just groupings as the year progresses so that each student gets the support they need to thrive. For example, if a student is struggling with long division, they may get moved for the long division unit to another class that is taking a different approach to the topic. Or, if a student demonstrates mastery of long division early in the unit, the student may be moved to a more advanced class or the teach may give the student alternative assignments within the same class to give the student appropriately challenging work.
MetroWest Jewish Day School teaches students in grades K-8, in a pluralistic and respectful environment, to become confident learners with the skills and values to think critically and creatively. MWJDS is a welcoming center for Jewish learning and activity, where our diverse community comes together in strength.
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