Typically our graduates are accepted at:
• Archer School for Girls
• Brentwood School
• The Buckley School
• Campbell Hall
• Oakwood School
• Viewpoint School
• Jewish middle and high schools
• IHP and Magnet Schools
Alongside our commitment to community, which is the cornerstone of our program, our mission is to instill the joy of learning and the confidence to lead. ADAT alumni carry the joy of learning and leadership into adulthood. Our children want to make the world a better place. At ADAT, they learn how.
We are dedicated to:
- Creating an environment in which the Jewish and secular lives of our students are deeply integrated, an environment where every child can grow as a person.
- Creating self-motivated, life-long learners, through a multifaceted, active curriculum that taps each child’s potential, no matter what their level.
- Instilling the security and pride that gives young people a real foundation for life.\
Our classrooms are small, allowing our passionate, dedicated staff to give each child the personal attention they deserve. Our integrated general and Judaic studies approach, cuts across several disciplines, including science, technology, language arts, mathematics, social studies, 2nd language acquisition, physical education, and both visual and performing arts.
And our multifaceted, skills-based approach to learning helps every child reach their potential.