The mission of the Hebrew Academy is to imbue all students with a love of G-d, Torah and Eretz Yisroel and to prepare them to achieve excellence in Torah and general knowledge based on successful cooperation among family, Judaic and general studies faculty and community. Charted by the state of Ohio, the Academy provides an intensive Judaic and secular studies curriculum from early childhood through high school. The Academy's comprehensive curriculum is designed to meet the various needs of the student body and has set national standards. The focus of our award-winning faculty is not limited to teaching the curriculum; rather to teaching the child. Character development, community service, intergenerational and enrichment programs are indispensable components of the Academy experience. They reinforce the school's mission and serve to ignite the the minds and inspire the hearts of our youth. Clases are mixed boys and girls only through Kindergaten. The classes are separated (boys or girls) after that
Taylor Road Main Campus
Yavne High School
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Student Teacher Ratio
9 : 1
26% Male / 74% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
National Society for Hebrew Day Schools (Torah U'Mesorah)
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