Application Process

We accept applications for admission year round!

A complete application includes:

  • All enrollment forms completed
  • $300 registration fee (applied towards security and technology fees)
  • Teacher Recommendations:
    • One is required for entering kindergartners
    • Two are required for entering first through eighth graders
  • Current Transcripts for entering first through eighth graders
  • School Visitation arranged with the Director of Admissions

For more information about our admission process, please contact the Director of Advancement, Rebekah Weinberger, at


All forms for new enrollment for the  2020-2021/5780-5781 academic year must be completed and submitted through Gradelink and a Teacher Recommendation Form must be sent into the N. E. Miles Jewish Day School office.

To start the admissions process, create an account on Gradelink. Follow the link that was sent to your email and review and complete all forms and press submit. An employee will contact you after reviewing your application.

These forms are for new students only and should be submitted to the student(s) previous teacher(s).

Teacher Recommendation Form: Kindergarten 

Teacher Recommendation Form: Grades 1-4

Teacher Recommendation Form: Grades 5-8

Rock Challenge Post

The N. E. Miles Jewish Day School’s Youth Philanthropy Class presents: The R.O.C.K. Challenge: Random Opportunities to Choose KindnessHere’s how it works 1. Scan the QR codes below 2. Pick one challenge that you will do 3. Report your choice and your success on the...

Some Words of Wisdom from New and Returning Teachers

N.E. Miles is fortunate to add both new and returning teachers to the faculty this year. Yossi Brock, Chen Shterenbach, Alia Carter and Rick Hopkins were asked to share their impressions of the first two weeks of school. Here are some of their thoughts:

2019 – 2020 “Leadership Through Library”

Eli Brook, Abigail White, Isaac Rutsky, and Laila Fenton will be the NEMJDS librarians this year.

Kindergarten Celebrates Shabbat

In Kindergarten, we are learning Hebrew letters by matching them to Judaic values and lessons.

What Makes a Mensch?

As you enter the lobby of the Day School, you will notice a display of our “Mission, Vision and Values, as well as the twelve middot (values) from our “Middot Calendar”.

ABC Countdown Calendar By: Amber Lansdell

My how time flies when you’re having fun! We cannot believe that we only have 6 more days until the end of the school year.

Making a Mitzvah Fun! By: Frumie Posner

Grades 1 and 2 enjoyed a special tallit presentation by Larry Brook, editor of the Southern Jewish Life magazine.

What is Happening in the Art Room? By: Claire Rottembourg

Bon appétit! This is what you can read (in Hebrew) when you enter our school where all those colorful food trucks are displayed. 

NEMJDS Students Place 1st and 3rd in State-Wide Contest Put on by the Library of Congress By: Liora Chessin

The sixth through eighth graders have had a very exciting few weeks! For the second year in a row, these students have competed in the Letters About Literature contest run by the Library of Congress.

All The Foods, All The Feels By: Dani Kahn-Krell

6th grade Hebrew class has just completed their food unit, and it was definitely a class favorite!