The Emery/Weiner School is an independent, college preparatory, co-educational day school for students in grades six through twelve, accrediated by ISAS and SACS. Emery/Weiner's mission is to educate and develop students whose intellect, moral character and Jewish identity provide a lifelong foundation for personal growth, commitment to the Jewish people and Tikkun Olam—improving the world in which we live. The Emery/Weiner School is different. First, they provide the finest academics; second, they educate the whole child; third, they maintain a unique student culture; and fourth, they do all of this in an environment that is framed by and infused with progressive and pluralistic Judaism. The academic program encompasses traditional and progressive methods. Emery/Weiner's approach to Judaic studies is a modern one, which seeks to make the material and the traditions relevant for each student. And their culture is one that empowers students in order to create in each a sense of responsibility not only for their school community, but for the greater community at large.
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