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A Historic Progressive Conservative Congregation in Valley Village, CA
A Dynamic Jewish Early Childhood Center Serving Children Ages 6 Weeks to Entering Pre-K
A Jewish Day School serving students in Grades TK-6
A Historic Progressive Conservative Congregation in Valley Village, CA
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Learning at ADAT is creative, exciting, empowering, and covers a variety of disciplines. Of course, providing academic excellence is a fundamental goal of Adat Ari El Day School. Through a lens of Design Thinking, our students experience a robust general and Hebrew/Judaic studies program, combined with the finest instruction in language arts, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math), physical education, and music. Ultimately, our students graduate with all the skills and confidence to succeed in their next educational endeavors, and make a difference in the world.

Our multifaceted, project-based approach to learning helps every child reach his/her potential. That is why our students go on to flourish at the most competitive high schools and universities in the country. With the inspiration to reach excellence, and open and compassionate communication, every child can become the best person he/she wants to be – in academics and in life.

We expect our school to fit the needs of our students, not for our students to fit the needs of our school. As a result, students are able to uncover who they are as learners, friends, Jews, and Americans, to best position themselves to be able to make a difference for others.

On a day-to-day basis, students are engaged, active learners in real world, hands-on learning. In all areas, students are able to take what they have learned in a more traditional classroom setting and apply it to real-life scenarios. At the same time, they are regularly participating in student-centered activities, projects, and collaborative work that is not all too different from what they might see in college or even a workplace. Indeed, learning at ADAT has been redesigned from traditional models to best meet the needs of students growing up in an ever-changing world.


The College Outreach program at Adat Ari El is intended to help our college-age students maintain a connection with their clergy and synagogue.  Navigating life at college can be tricky and we hope to ease that process with treats and Jewish resources.  Our aim is to make sure you know that you are still a part of the Adat Ari El family even while away at school!


Wed, September 22 2021 16 Tishrei 5782