Temple Beth El Of Boca Raton N
Our school is an inclusive developmentally appropriate early childhood program that builds Jewish identity while providing comprehensive and meaningful learning experiences for children and their families in a safe, warm and loving environment.
Our goal is to prepare each child for success in the area's finest public and private schools.
Our developmentally appropriate program provides a balance between preparing for the future (intellectual development) and living fully in the present (social-emotional development).
The balance that is achieved is different for every child on the basis of the child's academic needs, temperament, environment, and family's needs.
Children learn through discovery, multi-sensory, child-centered, organized experiences and rich adult-child interactions.
- School Type: Early Childhood / Day Care
- Grades: Prekindergarten-Kindergarten
- Students: 74 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
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Temple Beth El is by far the most beautiful pre-school in the Boca-Delray area. The staff is so friendly, and the teaching and "specials" are top-notch. My daughters are in the 3yr old class and we are confident that this is the best school for them. There are many non-Jewish students as well, making for a diverse student population.
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