Preschool in Valley Village, CA 91607
12020 Burbank Blvd.
Valley Village, CA 91607
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Dedicated to excellence in education through an integration of both a general and Judaic studies curriculum, Adat Ari El Labowe Family Day School fosters the academic, emotional, social, physical, and spiritual development of every Jewish child in our kindergarten through sixth grade.
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At Adat Ari El Labowe Family Day School, we have struck a balance between the academic world, in which our children’s intellectual abilties are challenged and developed, and the traditional world of Judaism, where Jewish values and identity are emphasizEducation We believe that both are key elements to a well-rounded individual.
Our school, through its pursuit of academic excellence in both general and Judaic studies, offers a dynamic environment in which the student’s Jewish life and life in American society co-exist in harmony. We are a school that emphasizes the entire speCenterum of learning, from a broad exposure to the arts, music, physical education, science, math, and humanities to an understanding and participation in Judaic studies, rituals, Hebrew language, and a commitment to the State of Israel.
The elementary years are a period when attitudes and skills are developed that will last a lifetime. Therefore, through a conscious sensitivity to the uniqueness of each student, Adat Ari El provides a nurturing environment whereby the growth of self-confidence, self-esteem, and expressions of creativity can take root and flourish. Along with this, we encourage self-discipline and self-motivation within the framework of positive group and individual activities.
At our school we are committed to providing equal opportunities for boys and girls both in secular as well as religious life. The school is a Solomon Schechter School, affiliated with the Adat Ari El synagogue, a Conservative congregation. The Day School has accreditation from the California Association of Independent Schools, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, and the Los Angeles Bureau of Jewish Education.