Cincinnati’s educational opportunities for Jewish families are great. We have multiple options for Jewish early childhood education and elementary school. Both private and public schools offer world-class high school education, and we are currently planning for a Jewish High School. In addition, Ohio EdChoice grants provide Jewish families within our eruv with significant financial support for
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At Rockwern, we provide an enriching environment for learning about Jewish traditions, holidays, lifecycle, language, text and literature. We have a diverse student body and a powerful sense of
Ohr Torah Cincinnati
Ohr Torah Cincinnati offers a rigorous J
Cincinnati Hebrew Day School
Founded by Rabbi Eliezer Silver zt”l in 1946, CHDS is proud to have raised generations of Jewish children in Cincinnati. Today, we build on our deep roots by providing inspiring Judaic Studies and a challenging General Studies program, as well as enrichment opportunities in gym, art, and seasonal programming. Our teachers use a wide range of modalities to bring learning to life. Traditional texts, modern technology, and enriching, hands-on experiences are all part of a student’s day at CHDS. We provide high-quality, standards-based, data-driven instruction designed to maximize the learning potential of each student.
Atara Girls High School
Cincinnati Jewish High School
The Jewish community in Cincinnati is currently planning an additional high school with a goal of opening by 2022.
Ohio EdChoice Vouchers
Jewish education in Cincinnati is highly affordable. Each of the schools
In addition, Jewish families within certain geographic areas – including the Orthodox communities of Amberley Village and Golf Manor – of the city can receive funds from Ohio’s school choice program to attend private Jewish schools. Ohio’s EdChoice Voucher program provides $4,650 per child per year toward private education.
Visit the Ohio EdChoice website for more details, or contact us with any questions you may have about the application process.
“I’m paying as much for my three kids in Jewish elementary school as my sister in Englewood, NJ, pays for just one child in pre-K.”
– one Cincinnati Modern Orthodox mom said about the affordability of Jewish education in Cincinnati