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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-09-20

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Jewish high school students come from all different backgrounds
and levels of Jewish knowledge. Some of our students are
entering .a Jewish school : for the first time. Others hake been
enrolled since pre-kindergarten. We welcome them all and feel
fortunate to have them at the Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit (JAMD).
For students new to a Jewish school, JAMD has developed a
Jewish Enrichment Track. This program offers an accelerated
Jewish curriculum, allowing students in a short period of time to
participate in Judaic classes at their grade level, just as they do in
their general studies classes: -
'Jewish Academy of Metropolitan Detroit students receive an
excellent, challenging college preparatory education in math,
science, history, language, arts and iports, as well as in Jewish
history, Torah, Talmud, Mishnah and Hebrew. The emphasis on
Jewish texts and values helps to strengthen theit spiritual and . moral
character. Call today for more information and a tour.

For more information, contact Head of School, Rabbi Lee Buckman at (248) 592-JAMD (5263).

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JOIN US FOR THE JEWISH ACADEMY OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, October 10, 2002 at 7:00 pm
Marion and David Handleman Hall, located in the D. Dan and Betty Kahn Building
The Jewish Community Center • 6600 Maple Road • West Bloomfield

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