At Ann and Nate Levine Academy, education is active, purposeful and enlivening. Our teaching and learning tapestry is woven together with 21st century skills, including critical thinking and creativity in the Language Arts, exploration and problem-solving through STEM curriculum, peoplehood and globalism in Judaic and Hebrew studies, inspiration and bonding through experiential trips, plus community building and caring for our world through art, celebrations, social/emotional development, and so much more.
Early on children learn what it means to be a mensch to their classmates, in our community, and for the world. Levine Academy’s faculty and staff nurtures and promotes kindness, respect and inclusivity. Upper grade students become role models to the younger students through our Buddy Program, and all students experience leadership opportunities.
From the Early Childhood Center years all the way through Eighth Grade, learning comes to life in exciting ways allowing students to create, explore, fail, rise and innovate. Students graduate Ann and Nate Levine Academy with love for lifelong learning, prepared for the most rigorous academic programs in upper school and beyond, and empowered with moral character, self-confidence and intellectual curiosity to lead their communities and contribute positively to our world.