Committed to helping our children excel in academic studies and social skills.
We hope you will join us for one or more of the events below. If you have any questions, please contact Director of Admissions Lauren Kupor.
When you visit our campus you will have the chance to experience the energy and enthusiasm of our faculty and students and get a sense of our community and culture. We encourage you and your family to ask questions about BYDS and to share your experiences and insights with us.
INFANTS through THREEs: The BYDS Early Childhood Program functions as the primary foundational steps to learning. Our teachers provide a loving, nurturing, and safe environment that promote a thriving dynamic for children. Our students are given a range of creative experiences in emerging literacy, math, science,Judaic studies, social studies, and the arts through differentiated teaching. The Early Childhood curriculum is based on encouraging purposeful play to support essential learning, providing social-emotional support to instill Jewish values of respect, responsibility, kindness, gratitude, and integrity (the BYDS Life Skills).
Pre-K through 5th Grade: Learn more about our ISAS-Accredited program where we are committed to helping our children develop mastery and confidence in their academic studies and social skills. We offer a strong curriculum that includes an important Judaic Studies component that seeks to nurture the individual strengths of each child. The intellectual, emotional, and physical development of a child requires care and nurturing for the formation of a healthy child. We know that school doesn’t have to be boring; that if we challenge, excite, nurture, and engage the whole child, we can inspire a love of learning that will last a lifetime.