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San Diego Jewish Academy sets Feb. 2 open house

January 20, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

SAN DIEGO (Press Release) – San Diego Jewish Academy (SDJA) will be hosting its Annual K-12 Open House on Tuesday, February 2nd, for both prospective parents and current SDJA families.  The event will provide an opportunity for parents and students to learn about the school, view classrooms and speak with faculty, staff and administrators.

“People are always curious about our campus and how we teach our students,” said Larry Acheatel, Executive Director at SDJA.  “The open house is a great opportunity for people to find out why our school is so special and meet our outstanding faculty.  We offer our students an excellent education. Our seniors have been accepted to many of America’s top universities, such as Yale, Princeton and Stanford, but our school provides much more than that.  Our students also leave with a profound sense of community and strong Jewish values.”

Families interested in learning more about an SDJA education are invited to attend the Prospective Family Reception at 5:30 p.m., where there will be snacks, campus tours and a complimentary kosher dinner.  New families attending are eligible to receive a voucher that extends the school’s Early Enrollment Tuition Discount of $1,000 to February 28th, 2010.

Both prospective parents and current families will have the opportunity to walk through SDJA’s many classrooms, ask questions, and view a variety of special projects that SDJA’s students have been working on.

Reservations are recommended for SDJA’s Prospective Family Reception. Please contact Renee Sherman, Director of Admissions, at 858-704-3716 or rsherman@sdja.com with names and the number of guests.

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Preceding provided by San Diego Jewish Academy

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