1. Education

Jewish Schools





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Lippman Day School
Lippman offer grades K through 8. Two thirds of the day is spent on general studies. Jewish studies take up the remainder of the time.


Agnon School
Founded in 1969 Agnon blends general academics and Jewish studies seamlessly. PK-8.


Cincinnati Hebrew Day School
CHDS has been around since 1946 offering a dual program of general amd Jewish studies in the Orthodox tradition. PK-8.

Regional Institute for Torah and Secular Studies (Day School for Girls)
7617 Reading Road

Yavneh Day School
Yavneh offers a balanced secular and religious program for 5th through 8th grades.


The Lillian and Betty Ratner School
The School offers a Montessori approach combined with Jewish values. N-8th grades.

Cleveland Heights

Hebrew Academy of Cleveland
Chartered by the State of Ohio Hebrew Academy of Cleveland has been a leader in Jewish education since 1943. The school offers PK through 12th grade.

Mosdos Ohr Hatorah
PK-12 coed day school.


Columbus Torah Academy
College prep program within an Orthodox Zionist framework. PK-12th grade.

The Columbus Jewish Day School
CJDS offer K through 5th grade. The curriculum melds secular and religious studies to create a rich learning experience.


Hillel Academy of Greater Dayton
The Academy was founded in 1962 and offers general and Judaic studies for PK through 8th grade.

Pepper Pike

Gross Schechter Day School
The School has for decades demonstrated a solid commitment to equality in academic excellence and Judaic studies. K-8th grades.


David S. Stone Hebrew Academy
The Academy is a Jewish day school serving the greater Toledo area. K-5th grade.

University Heights

Fuchs Bet Sefer Mizrachi
College prep. PK-12.


Telshe High School
College prep. Grades 9-12.


Akiva Academy
Akiva was founded in 1984. Academic excellence and the teaching of core Jewish values are hallmarks of this K-6 school's program.

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