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New England Jewish Academy

האקדמיה היהודית בניו אינגלנד

A PreK-Grade 12 Modern Orthodox Jewish Day School

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New England Jewish Academy

The New England Jewish Academy

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In 2019, the Bess and Paul Sigel Hebrew Academy of Greater Hartford and the Hebrew High School of New England merged to create a vibrant, cornerstone preschool-grade 12 Orthodox Jewish Day School in West Hartford, CT. The New England Jewish Academy serves students in the West Hartford, Greater New Haven, and Greater Springfield communities as well as boarders from the southern New England region. The school is generously supported by the Jewish Community Foundations of Greater Hartford, Greater New Haven, and Western Massachusetts, the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, and the Pava Tuition Initiative.

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Discover a school where kindness and derech eretz and are a part of everyday life, and where academic excellence is just the beginning

early childhood

2-4 yr olds

lower
school

grades k-6

middle school

grades 7-8

upper school

grades 9-12

unprecedented

tuition subsidy

Thanks to the vision and generosity of Ann and Jeremy Pava, New England Jewish Academy will offer a transformative tuition subsidy for students from K-12. The tuition subsidy will provide an opportunity for students throughout the area to benefit from a Jewish day school that combines the highest quality education with an environment that nurtures the Jewish soul of each student.

curtis d. robinson

center for business and innovation

 

The Curtis Robinson Center for Business and Innovation (CRC) is a new remodeling of an existing classroom to house NEJA’s new Business and Innovation program built to enable students to explore entrepreneurship, creativity, innovation and non-linear thinking with state of the art resources and tools.

In a partnership with the University of Hartford and MakerSpace CT, NEJA students have the opportunity to not only learn the skills of an entrepreneur, but to bring their inventions to life