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Meyer Academy – Palm Beach Gardens

Wherever Meyer Academy students go, they go prepared. It’s bigger than tomorrow’s jobs or even the next step on their educational journeys. This is preparation for life. It doesn’t happen by accident. It happens by INTENT. It happens with a fostered spirit of INQUIRY. It happens through community; the byproduct is IMPACT.

Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy at the Melvin J. & Claire Levine Center for Jewish Learning is a state-of-the-art Jewish Community Day School for Kindergarten through 8th grade students. For over 40 years, Meyer Academy has provided a rigorous and relevant dual language curriculum in a warm and nurturing environment that serves to educate future community leaders.

Meyer Academy’s progressive program intentionally provides your child with the education and self-confidence to make a difference in life, learn how to make an impact on other people’s lives, and lead to make a difference through integrity and wisdom informed by Jewish values. All students acquire Hebrew as a second language, further deepening the global and cultural connection and enhancing learning across all subjects.

At Meyer Academy, students learn to think critically through a strong academic program implemented in an unmatched setting for learning and growth. School features include:

  • Innovation lab featuring 3-D printers – Leading edge technology and tools are the norm.
  • Media production studio – State-of-the-art AV studio provides experience in writing, editing, performing, and real-world application.
  • Visual & performing arts – An integral component of Meyer Academy’s program, talent and interest in the arts are nurtured from Kindergarten through 8th grade.
  • Athletic Facilities and Programs – Professional grade surfaces accommodate multiple sports, and a covered USA map pavilion fosters physical activity and expanded learning opportunities.
  • Israel courtyard and living Western Wall replica – A place to reflect and respect.

Highlighting inquiry, innovation, and design, Meyer Academy’s Cohn Innovation Lab is a place where students explore infinite ways to create or “make” to answer questions and problem solve.  From computer programming to utilizing software that today’s engineers are using, to robotics, over the course of their years at Meyer, students give life, shape and purpose to their ideas. Meyer Academy’s design curriculum is rooted in an interdisciplinary approach where students take what they learn in subject areas such as math, science, humanities, and literature, and apply it in the innovation lab using the latest technologies. This unique collaboration and education space is designed to foster entrepreneurship and innovation.

Meyer Academy is an authorized International Baccalaureate World School and a Department of Education Exemplary High Performing Blue Ribbon School. The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme here at Meyer Academy provides the framework for an academically challenging curriculum that encourages students to think critically and creatively about their connections to the real world. The IB program guides students through the use of applied knowledge and experiential learning. Implemented by IB-trained faculty, this highly academic and hands-on learning platform leads Meyer graduates to be pursued by the high schools of their choice.

In addition to stellar academics and programs, Meyer Academy is known for its sense of community among students, families, faculty and staff. Within an active and vibrant PTO, the school’s Social Action Committee’s mission is to coordinate ongoing charitable, humanitarian and social action work that extends the values learned in school to the broader community. The committee brings Meyer Academy families many different opportunities to impact the community through volunteering or “Mitzvah” projects.

Take the first step; schedule a private tour for your family. See the community in action. Call the Admissions office (561) 686-6520 or email admissions@meyeracademy.org.

All images courtesy of Meyer Academy

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