Bader Hillel Academy offers K5-8th grade students the tools to thrive. Combining science, math and literacy with the solid underpinning of Torah, students build a strong Jewish identity, connection to their heritage and love for Israel.
In a warm, welcoming environment, children from diverse backgrounds form lasting friendships. The school’s competitive curriculum positions students for leadership in high schools, yeshivas, colleges and 21st century life. The Academy is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.
Bader Hillel Academy is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin and a partner agency of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.
Principal: B. Devorah Shmotkin
Assistant Principal: Ryan Miller
The Jewish Federation of Madison’s Hebrew After-School program for Kindergarten through 2nd grade children taught by our Community Shlichim. Offering a fun adventure through the Hebrew language exploring the letters of the Aleph Bet and developing reading and writing skills through structured lessons, arts and crafts, and movement.
Milwaukee Jewish Day School is a vibrant, pluralistic learning community focused on our core values of wonder, empathy and Tikkun Olam. We inspire our students to own their learning and live their Judaism in a meaningful way through a Jewish journey starting in junior kindergarten and culminating in eighth grade. Our children enrich their Jewish identity as they respectfully explore, debate and embrace Jewish life and secular learning. Our Jewish values are intertwined in a multidisciplinary curriculum extending beyond common core standards and the classroom into real-life experiences that transform students into mensches, problem solvers, critical thinkers and leaders. At MJDS, we provide personalized, focused attention to meet each child where she/he is at educationally, and every family where they are at financially. Learn more at www.mjds.org.
MJDS is a partner agency of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.
Head of School: Aaron Lippman, ALippman@MJDS.org
President: Jason Gottlieb
YES helps young people say YES! to their future. Accredited through AdvancED, YES’s curriculum blends an innovative General Studies program with the deep wisdom of the Torah and a love for Israel. Girls and boys at YES learn to draw upon the strength of Jewish character and values to be strong contributors to our society.
YES’s award-winning building serves approximately 215 students. The K-4 through 8th grade program attracts students from across Milwaukee.
YES is a partner agency of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation.
Principal: Rabbi Dovid Kossowsky
Director of General Studies: Mrs. Amy Joannes
Director of Development: Rabbi Aryeh Borsuk
President: Rabbi Yosef Schlussel