Our Mission

Our Mission

The Leo Baeck Day School nurtures each child academically, spiritually, physically, and artistically, while providing a modern and meaningful Jewish educational experience.

A Leo Baeck education offers your child the best of all worlds: a Jewish education that is at once progressive and embraces tradition, paired with a powerful academic program that engages with the world.

Discover a school where children are flexing their creative and critical muscles, deepening their Jewish identity and becoming their very best selves in a warm and supportive community.

Leo Baeck, a Reform Jewish day school, is committed to providing academic excellence in a nurturing community.

Our goal is to graduate students through our International Baccalaureate (IB) accredited program who:

Strive for Academic Excellence

  • Achieve their personal academic potential, are critical thinkers and effective problem solvers
  • Are equipped to live and thrive in an increasingly globally connected and technological world
  • Become lifelong learners
  • Are well rounded and develop their leadership and creative capabilities

Embrace Their Modern Jewish Identity

  • Understand progressive Jewish practices and perspectives and are able to make informed Jewish choices
  • Have a deep and meaningful connection to Judaism, the State of Israel and the worldwide Jewish community
  • Have the skills to be practicing liberal Jews at home, school and synagogue
  • Are knowledgeable and comfortable with Jewish prayer and participate with spirit and commitment
  • Eagerly embrace their responsibility to participate in acts of Tzedakah, Tikkun Olam and other personal mitzvot

Thrive Within a Nurturing Community

  • Are educated through a caring, compassionate and supportive community
  • Have a positive self-image that enables them to grow emotionally, intellectually and socially and make good choices
  • Promote a culture of Derech Eretz, including the importance of self respect and respect for others
  • Understand the value of Tikkun Olam, social conscience, and how to contribute to positive social change