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"It is the intangibles that will stay with my family forever: proud Jewish identities, strong commitment to community, appreciation for the rhythm our lives take as we celebrate the Jewish Holidays, love of Israel, and keen responsibility for tikkun olam - repairing the world."

- Sue Carneol

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This week MJDS hosted an amazing session with 135 students from very diverse backgrounds. Hispanic, Jewish and African American upper school students worked collaboratively in a life-changing session about tolerance and peace building presented by Serve2Unite.

This program was organized by Repairing Together, a non-profit organization founded by MJDS alumni parent Elsien Crawford, that produces and executes thematic social and environmental action programming for schools of

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distinguishing themselves academically, professionally and for being good moral people


Colleges & Universities
attended by MJDS graduates


of MJDS students
received need based financial assistance in the 2015-16 school year



represented by the student body



of theatricals and musicals


of Students

participate in team sports


Raised by Students

in the 7th grade through Voice of the Children


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