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OnJanuary 18, San Diego Jewish Academy will welcome the community to explore its beautiful 56-acre campus and speak with faculty and current parents.

January 6, 2012 (San Diego) – San Diego Jewish Academy (SDJA) will host its Pre-K to 12 Open House on Wednesday, January 18, for both prospective parents and current SDJA families.  The event will provide an opportunity for parents and students to learn about the school, view classrooms and speak with faculty, staff and administrators.


“SDJA offers its students a unique blend of academics, personalized attention and values-based education,” said Larry Acheatel, executive director at SDJA. “The open house is a great opportunity to learn about our programs and learn what makes our school unique."

Families interested in learning more about an SDJA education are invited to attend the Prospective Family Reception at 5:30 pm, where there will be campus tours and a complimentary dinner. Both prospective parents and current families will have the opportunity to walk through SDJA’s many classrooms, view a variety of special student projects and speak to faculty and staff.
Reservations are recommended for SDJA’s Prospective Family Reception. Please contact Renee Sherman, director of admissions, at (858) 704-3716 or to RSVP.
About SDJA:
San Diego Jewish Academy challenges infants to high school seniors to achieve their full academic potential and become individuals of strong character, while inspiring them to make Judaism a vital and relevant aspect of their lives.
For more information on San Diego Jewish Academy, visit

San Diego Jewish Academy 
11860 Carmel Creek Road, San Diego CA 92130 

(858) 704-3700 


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