Located in West Orange, Golda Och Academy is an accredited private independent school, educating students from Pre-K through 12th grade in a flexible and caring environment that nurtures their minds and their spirits. They ground a dual academic curriculum in the culture and tenets of Conservative Judaism, while welcoming students and families from a range of synagogue affiliations and Jewish expression. The school is located on two campuses — one for the Lower School and one for the Upper School — located about two miles apart, just 25 minutes from New York City, serving approximately 500 students from more than 70 communities across New Jersey.
Gottesman RTW Academy, located in Randolph. is an independent Jewish community day school that has been nurturing lifelong learners since 1967 with the belief that a successful educational experience is centered around challenging academics and a strong system of values. Gottesman RTW Academy offers a safe and positive learning environment for students, supporting their physical and emotional well-being and creating a community in which they can grow and thrive. Gottesman RTW Academy educates children from infants through 8th grade with a cutting-edge curriculum and the richness of Jewish values.
The Jewish Educational Center, a centrist Orthodox school located in Elizabeth, is a premier Jewish educational and communal institution. After more than three-quarters of a century and with nearly a thousand current students and thousands of alumni families all over the globe, the JEC is the bedrock and vanguard of Jewish education and communal life. In its Lower School, JEC High School for Boys and Bruriah High School for Girls, the Jewish Educational Center educates its students to be Torah Jews, committed to a life of growth, excellence, learning and service. Founded in 1941 by Rav Pinchas Mordechai Teitz ztvk’l, the JEC enables its students and the greater Jewish community to, “Learn Torah, Love Torah, and Live Torah.”
For more than 60 years, this Modern Orthodox, co-educational Yeshiva Day School in Livingston has imbued children with a lifelong love of Torah, Mitzvot, and Midot, while nurturing their identification with the land and people of Israel. At JKHA/RKYHS students thrive in a rigorous dual academic program that emphasizes critical thinking, invention and experiential learning. The student-centered General Studies program is individualized to challenge all learners to fulfill their full potential. The Judaic Studies program focuses on Torah scholarship and the study of oral and written traditions, while inspiring our students to love and practice their faith.