At a Glance

The N. E. Miles Jewish Day School is a K-8 SACS accredited, independent private school that educates children from kindergarten through the eighth grade. High academic standards and a rigorous dual secular and Judaic curriculum challenge our students to excel at a higher educational level. A low teacher-to-student ratio maximizes the opportunity for individualized instruction and creates an atmosphere which fosters student success.

“The Day School instilled values which I live my life by and hope to instill in my future children’s lives – the importance of living a Jewish life, giving back to my community, and living a life based on values of pride,compassion, and faith.”

Carlie Stein

N. E. Miles Jewish Day School Alumna

Who We Are:

For over forty years, the N.E. Miles Jewish Day School has inspired learning for a lifetime. We are a community day school, and through our values-based education our students learn to be leaders both in our school community and the greater community. At the N.E. Miles Jewish Day School, our high academic standards, low student-to-teacher ratio, and individualized instruction create a love of learning and an environment of academic excellence where students reach their full potential.

Our SACS accredited dual-curriculum encompasses the State of Alabama curricular goals and also a values-based Judaic studies program. Our students benefit from Hebrew language instruction; research demonstrates the numerous benefits of acquiring a second language at an early age, such as higher standardized test scores, more advanced reading skills, and greater confidence. Additionally, through our program, our students develop a strong sense of identity and pride in who they are. Our graduates depart with the confidence to act ethically and as leaders in their community as a result of our emphasis on Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) through collaborative and experiential learning.

Partnerships:

The N.E. Miles Jewish Day School believes in collaboration with community partners. Throughout the school year, our students participate in intergenerational programming with Collat Jewish Family Services and the Levite Jewish Community Center. These opportunities allow our students to build relationships with older adults and learn more about our community. Day school students also take field trips to civil rights organizations and non-profits, including The Equal Justice Initiative, Southern Poverty Law Center, and the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center, to promote social justice through experiential learning. Our upper school students have the opportunity to participate in the Abroms Youth Philanthropy Program, which teaches fundraising and allocation skills.

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