Welcome to our MJDS Virtual Admissions Office!
Our enriching, three-year kindergarten journey focuses on exploration, curiosity and Jewish values.
First through fourth grade students are provided opportunities to own their learning, becoming knowledge seekers and creators.
Upper school students are given more choices and authentic opportunities to make a difference in the community, connecting with their Jewish values.Learn more
The decision was difficult to switch our son for one year. The initial idea was his; however, we were responsible for the follow through. We were hoping for an environment where he could learn to advocate for himself, and grow some confidence in his abilities. We have felt that was done and then some. We have seen him really become his own person this year. You all have created such a wonderful environment of nurturing and challenges. We are so grateful for all that you do.
- MJDS Parent, Shannon W.
These are amazing educators who put the needs of their students first and actively engage all parents daily/weekly. The fact that our son will not have any more in classroom time with them is crushing, but their virtual teaching is amazing. Big props to Wendy Messnick Cohen, Jori Broidy, and Adon Lippman as well. As a parent, I couldn't ask for anything more from our kids' school. As much as it is crushing for parents, know their hearts are probably hurting too.
-MJDS parent, Brad T.
We look forward with hope and enthusiasm to when school reopens in person, but we know that until that time, our kids are continuing to move forward with their academic learning, their friendships, and their relationships with MJDS staff, teachers, and the Jewish community.
-MJDS parent, Jessica B.
Milwaukee Jewish Day School is doing a great job adjusting to the current situation! I’m so thankful to have these amazing teachers for my kids! I can’t wait to be together at Shabbat sing in person!
Milwaukee Jewish Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, any gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national/ethnic origin or ancestry in the administration of the school’s educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, financial aid programs or other school-administered programs.