Grades: K - 6 | 194 students
Solomon Schechter Day School of Metropolitan Chicago is a school system which consists of three distinct schools that are governed by a Head of School and a Board of Directors. The Sager Solomon Schechter Day School and the Skokie Solomon Schechter Day School serve children in kindergarten through grade five. The Sager Solomon Schechter Middle School serves children in grades six, seven and eight. Each school has its own principal and is supported by its own faculty, student services, personnel and office. There is also a separate Parent Organization for each school. The Solomon Schechter Day School of Metropolitan Chicago is recognized by the State of Illinois. Schechter is sponsored by the Midwest Region of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and is chartered by the Solomon Schechter Day Schools Association. Schechter is affiliated with the Community Foundation for Jewish Education which provides consulting services and opportunities for student participation in citywide educational and social projects. Schechter is a partner serving our community, supported by Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation. Schechter is committed to the philosophy and practices espoused by Conservative Judaism and strives to maintain a close relationship with the rabbis, synagogues, youth organizations, schools, camps and other agencies of the Conservative Movement. Schechter warmly welcomes families who are affiliated with all branches of Judaism.