Director's Welcome

Admissions


Admissions

I am delighted you are considering Pressman Academy Day School for your child’s education!

We provide students with a moral and ethical lens along with knowledge so that they may take action to better the world. Our integrated curriculum provides academic excellence in both Jewish and general studies and fosters a strong Jewish identity in a warm and nurturing environment.

As you walk through Pressman Academy, you hear children singing through the hallways. You observe youngsters reading together, writing collaboratively, Davening, building robots, studying Parashah, preparing science experiments, speaking Hebrew, drawing, exploring geography and world cultures, laughing, reading Torah and much more. You hear a friendly “Boker Tov” and see children running to hug their teachers. You find older students helping younger ones to their classrooms, reading stories, and leading T’fillah.

Our powerfully dedicated teachers, a proven curriculum, our nationally- known Hebrew Immersion program, open-mindedness, teaching with intent, a deep love of Israel, and an environment of enjoyment in acquiring an education that is all encompassing in whatever we do. The pride and joy exuded by students and faculty alike are what make Pressman Academy a very exceptional inspiring school.

Determining the right school for a student and family is an exciting but sometimes overwhelming experience and we will be here for you every step of the way. It will be our pleasure to guide you as you get to know our school community better through our admission process. The goal is to shape the Pressman community by considering each applicant and family as individuals while creating a community based on shared goals and values.

We highly recommend visiting Pressman Academy. Please fill out an inquiry page or RSVP to one of our Open Houses.

Thank you again for your interest in Pressman Academy. We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to our community.

Lesley Bloom

Day School Admission Director