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Missing Out on Year End School Traditions

Apr 28, 2020

For students across the world, this pandemic has created a seismic shift in their current education. It is becoming increasingly possible that for many, the remainder of the school year will be conducted virtually, with no return to campus. This may mean forgoing most of the usual celebration and ritual associated with the end of the school year, and for graduating students, possibly even missing the chance to walk in a formal graduation ceremony.

Congrats to Grads!

Jun 15, 2018

Left: student at the Milken Community Schools Graduation
Top Right: Valley Torah High School Boys Class of 2018
Bottom Right: Students at the de Toledo High School Graduation

At this season of graduations, BJE congratulates the students and families marking graduation milestones in their Jewish education. We hope each child and family will continue on their Jewish educational journey through life.

Congratulations 2017 Graduates!

Jun 07, 2017

At this season of graduations, BJE congratulates the students and families marking graduation milestones in their Jewish education.   We hope each child and family will continue on their Jewish educational journey through life. 

BJE is proud to partner with 37 day schools,  49 part - time religious schools and 56 early childhood centers educating more than 25,000 children each year. 

Mazal tov!

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