* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

Chicago Jewish Day School *

3730 N. California Ave
Chicago, IL 60618
Phone: (773) 271-2700
Email: cstarkcope@chicagojewishdayschool.org
Web: http://www.chicagojewishdayschool.org
Contact: Cortney Stark Cope

Multi-denominational Jewish Day School on the cutting edge of best practices in progressive education Junior Kindergarten through Grade 8. Students develop a strong Jewish identity through knowledge of Torah, Jewish values, and Hebrew language and learn to think deeply, gain knowledge and acquire judgment, and respect diversity. Our fully integrated curriculum inspires a passion for lifelong learning and develops critical thinking and socially engaged intelligence that enables students to understand and participate effectively in the affairs of their community, country, Israel, and the world at large in a collaborative effort to achieve a common good.

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