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Jewish Academy of Orlando is a community where students receive academic excellence within a culture of Jewish values. Our teachers, parents and students are connected to each other and all become valuable assets of our Jewish Academy family.  All students have countless opportunities to learn, lead, speak and be heard, to make a difference, and to be important.  Read More

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Spirit Day at Orlando Solar Bears

Join the Orlando Solar Bears on Jewish Academy of Orlando Spirit Day, Sunday, Feb. 24th at 1:30 pm when they perform the National Anthem! Enjoy seats at a discounted rate with the rest of the Jewish Academy of Orlando families!

*Updated* Save The Date for Junie B. Jones!

Save The Date! - May 23th, 7:00 pm The Jewish Academy of Orlando's production of Junie B. Jones the Musical at the Wayne Dencch Performing Arts Center in Sanford. Ticket sales begin in March.


Jewish Academy of Orlando will break ground for its new Kindness Garden on Monday, January 21st, Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The garden will be a segment of the campus playground. The project is part of a grant to incorporate fine arts in to the school’s Judaic Studies program.


This year, Jewish Academy of Orlando extended recess for all grades to 45 minutes, which for some students is an increase of 125% from the 2017-18 school year. In addition to extended recess time, lunch for all grades was increased to 30 minutes, and a mid-morning break of 15 minutes was included in the daily schedule.

Jewish Academy of Orlando students score two and three grade levels ahead of their peers compared to national norms.

For the fourth straight year, on average, students at Jewish Academy of Orlando performed at least two grade levels ahead of their peers nationwide. Each April, Jewish Academy students take the Iowa Test of Basic Skills, a nationally standardized achievement test for K-12 students. The test allows schools to compare students’ scores to national norms in Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science.

Focus On: Jewish Academy of Orlando

Check out the Jewish Academy of Orlando in the Focus On section of the Winter 2017 issue of J Life! J Life is a quarterly magazine written for and about the Jewish community of Central Florida.

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