West Middle School

Nampa, ID


The Doris and Alex Weber Jewish Community High School

Atlanta, GA


The Weber School is a transdenominational Jewish community high school located in the heart of Atlanta's Jewish community. In addition to religious studies in Tanakh (Hebrew Bible), Rabbinic Literature, and Jewish Philosophy, students also study the Hebrew language for four years and receive a well-rounded secular education in the arts and sciences, including English, Spanish, social sciences, science, mathematics, art, music, and technology. Students are offered the opportunity to take a broad range of Advanced Placement (AP) classes. Students choose from a broad range of tefillah (prayer) options, including a traditional mechitza minyan, egalitarian minyan, yoga, and discussion groups. The school is accredited by the Southern Assocation of College and Schools (SACS) and is a member of the Georgia Independent School Association (GISA), the Atlanta Area Association of Independent Schools (AAAIS), the National Association of College Admission Counselors (NACAC), the Southern Association of College Admission Counselors (SACAC), The College Board, and the College Entrance Exam Board (CEEB). The Weber School is a founding member of the North American Association of Jewish High Schools. Students are also afforded opportunities to serve the community (Tikkun Olam), to experience Shabbatonim (Shabbat or Sabbath experiences), and to travel and learn through grade level trips to such locations as Boston, Chicago, New Orleans, Memphis and Civil Rights centers in Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama.