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Martin J. Gottlieb Day School

Academic Excellence and Tradition at Martin J. Gottlieb Day School

At Martin J. Gottlieb Day School, students receive training in important Jewish traditions and the Hebrew language while also receiving an education that adheres to the highest academic standards. Our goal is to prepare our students well for high school and beyond, which is why we focus on how a child learns rather than how he or she tests. The following are a few of the things that set our school apart:

  • We work diligently to prepare for high school and beyond.
  • We offer Jewish families a unique opportunity to provide their children with an education that closely aligns with their personal beliefs.
  • We provide teaching that seamlessly intertwines our STEAM program (science, technology, engineering, art and math) with Judaic instruction.
  • Our students are routinely admitted to the advanced-studies high school program of their choice, including Stanton College Prep IB, Paxon School for Advanced Studies IB, Mandarin High School AICE, Bolles and Douglas Anderson School of the Arts.
  • We build thoughtful students who care about others, their community and making the world a better place.

North Florida families find that by applying to Martin J. Gottlieb Day School, they are choosing an educational opportunity that is unique and effective. Through research-based curriculum and Hebrew immersion, we offer an intersection of Jewish tradition and quality education that is difficult to find anywhere else.

A Community-Focused School

We are a family of families. Our school atmosphere is friendly and loving, and our school size allows everyone from the Head of Schools to the support staff to know your child and your family.  Many of our school parents and even grandparents are alumni of the school, which is a testament to the quality of education and warmth of the experience those families enjoyed.

We have an active Parent Teacher Association, and there are many opportunities for parents to become involved in all aspects of our school.  Friendships between parents and between students formed within our walls often carry on for life. Our schools are a community in every sense of the word.