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Jewish Day Schools

Day school education plays a pivotal role in nurturing a deep Jewish identity in our children and research reveals that it’s one of the most significant guarantors of Jewish continuity. As such, Jewish day school is a critical part of ensuring a strong Jewish future – our Federation’s top priority. The greater Atlanta area is fortunate to have several excellent Jewish day schools serving children from kindergarten through high school, and Federation is proud to support seven of these schools. Nearly 2,100 children in Atlanta attend one of the seven Federation affiliated day schools.

Last year, Federation provided close to $1.4 million in financial assistance to children attending these day schools. In addition to providing a strong foundation for Jewish learning, all of Federation’s affiliated day schools provide the highest quality of the academics and enrichment activities.

  • Doris and Alex Weber Jewish Community High School (The Weber School)
    The Doris and Alex Weber Jewish Community High School integrates an open, critical focus on Jewish tradition at the secondary level with a deep engagement with the classical liberal arts. It is an independent school, unaffiliated with any one Jewish movement, yet embracing them all. The school's ultimate goal is to prepare students for knowledgeable, thinking, responsible Jewish adulthood.
  • Epstein School, The (Solomon Schechter School of Atlanta)
    The Epstein School provides the highest quality secular and Judaic education to children from pre-school through eighth grade. The school’s integrated dual language curriculum combines the best of innovative and traditional teaching methods. More than 100 full and part time teachers are dedicated to creating an exciting learning environment.
  • Katherine and Jacob Greenfield Hebrew Academy of Atlanta
    The Katherine and Jacob Greenfield Hebrew Academy provides academic excellence while preparing children to become responsible citizens and leaders within the Jewish community. GHA's distinguished general and Judaic curricula for pre-kindergarten through 8th grade includes extracurricular activities such as art, performing arts and sports. With its gifted and talented classes and unique program called M'silot for students who learn differently, GHA demonstrates its commitment to meeting its students' educational needs.
  • Temima, The Richard and Jean Katz High School for Girls
    Temima High School is an Orthodox girls’ school whose goals are to prepare its students for the finest higher levels of education, inculcate them with Jewish learning and living and prepare them for whatever path they choose to take in life.
  • The Alfred and Adele Davis Academy
    The Alfred and Adele Davis Academy, Atlanta’s Reform Jewish Day School, serves students in Kindergarten Prep through through Middle School at two state-of-the-art campuses in Sandy Springs. Validated by triple accreditation, Davis provides students with an outstanding program that blends exceptional accelerated academics with Jewish values and traditions.
  • Torah Day School of Atlanta
    Torah Day School of Atlanta, an elementary and middle school offering grades kindergarten through 8th provides an intensive Jewish and general studies curriculum for all Jewish children in a positive and nurturing atmosphere. The school seeks to inspire in each student a lifelong commitment to the acquisition of knowledge and the performance of the commandments.
  • Yeshiva Atlanta
    Yeshiva Atlanta is a Modern Orthodox college preparatory high school offering a dual curriculum of general and Judaic studies. Yeshiva offers an array of Advance Placement and Honors classes, while maintaining a Student Success Center for students with special needs. Yeshiva strives to prepare students to become proficient learners of Jewish text. There is an emphasis on Jewish customs, practices and the modern State of Israel. Yeshiva welcomes students from all Jewish backgrounds and affiliations.