There are many families in our community who have lost their jobs or businesses and this program will support the schools to ensure that students of those families affected can still attend a Jewish Day School.
Emanuel School is the only pluralist and egalitarian K- 12 Jewish school in NSW. They actively promote dialogue, engagement with and respect for diversity in all its forms: in relation to society, the individual and all streams of Judaism.
Their objective is to challenge students to be critical and curious thinkers who love learning, have a strong sense of community, a love for Israel and are proud of their Jewish heritage.
They cultivate a culture of academic excellence, student wellbeing, high expectations and continuous improvement. Teachers use innovative learning approaches and technologies to foster curious, adaptive and ethical students, who are well-prepared for the workforce of the future.
Located in St Ives, Masada College is a Jewish co-educational school from Preschool to Year 12. Students from all backgrounds are welcomed to the College, which prides itself on inclusivity. The College develops responsible independent thinkers, through Culture of Thinking pedagogy and caters for students across the learning spectrum, allowing them to reach their potential through support and individual learning plans. Masada College has HSC results consistently in the top schools in NSW, ranking 35th in 2019.
Masada provides a comprehensive and enriching Jewish studies curriculum, providing a solid foundational understanding of Judaism and experiential learning. Torah Stream and mainstream Hebrew/Jewish studies are religious classes that run concurrently allowing families to choose the level of observance to suit their beliefs.
Masada students graduate as well-rounded, community-minded Australian citizens with a strong sense of their Jewish identity.
Moriah offers an exciting personalised learning experience to children from a wide range of aptitudes and abilities. This includes an increasing number of students with special needs. The College inspires students to flourish, think critically, display resilience, take on challenges and develop the skills exhibited by future-ready young adults.
Combining academic programs with innovative experiential and co-curricular offerings gives all students every opportunity to differentiate their school experience.
At its core, Moriah is about belonging. A strong foundation of modern Orthodox Jewish values is woven into the fabric of each student’s identity encouraging them to develop an interest in their culture, an engagement with their heritage, and a lifelong connection to Israel and the Jewish people.
Mount Sinai College
Mount Sinai caters for students from age two, at their Early Learning Centre, up to year six, and strives to build a community of transformative learning with integrity embedded in modern Orthodox Jewish values.
Jewish education has been identified as one of the core pillars in ensuring maintenance of faith and proud identity. A Jewish primary education provides a strong, eternal platform to build continuity, self-concept and self-respect.
Research suggests that most people want a Jewish education but for many this is out of reach. Mount Sinai College’s offering is unique and blends the best of Australian and Jewish heritage. Hundreds of adults today attribute their ongoing success to their Mount Sinai primary education journey which was achievable only through the support JCA offered.
Kesser Torah College (KTC)
Kesser Torah College offers a unique and authentic Torah education together with a rigorous general studies program. Torah values permeate every aspect of the school day, and beyond. Students are taught to see the complex world of decision-making through the prism of clearly defined Torah values.
Within the vibrant and diverse society of Sydney, KTC students are no strangers to the challenges of this modern, sophisticated environment. KTC guides them through these competing tensions by providing consistency of meaning and purpose: a Torah-true compass that provides a roadmap, not only for childhood and the teenage years, but for life.