Frequently Asked Questions
In addition, at a small school, there is greater opportunity for leadership and a stronger role in athletics, arts, and extracurricular activities. At FJA, each student is essential to our identity and success. From the perspective of a lifetime of socializing, spending one’s years of identity formation in a Jewish school strengthens self-confidence and knowledge of one’s heritage.
FJA’s faculty-to-student ratio, and the closeness that it fosters, are why students thrive at FJA, succeed in their college experiences, and even return to their high school to celebrate milestones in their lives.
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