The MMA Model is built on a strong partnership between parents and school staff.
Qualities we look for in our MMA Families:
- Parents who want to take an active role in the education of their children.
- Parents who expect excellence in the school system and are prepared to contribute their time and talents.
- Parents who want their children to have the benefits of a customized curriculum, 1:1 attention, & creative, out of the box, learning opportunities.
- Families who want to prepare their children to thrive in tomorrow’s world while being proficient and actively involved in the Jewish world. Hi-tech and hi-touch. World class academics, life skills, and character development.
- Parents who want strong academics and strong Jewish studies. We strive for a fully integrated educational program, featuring “enrichment” activities as part of our core curriculum (i.e. art, music, athletics, gardening, coding, computer and keyboarding skills, baking, sewing, woodwork, drama, yoga, foreign languages).
What is the “finished-product” of an MMA education?
- MMA Graduates are grounded in Judaism, others-focused, compassionate, generous, grateful, curious, big-thinking, humble, hard-working, confident, creative, self-starting, goal-minded, and solutions-oriented servant leaders.
- Young adults who are enthusiastically involved in the service of Hashem, devoted to a life of Torah and Mitzvot. They embrace the opportunity to infuse their individual path of choice with passion and excellence, striving to make a kiddush Hashem wherever they go.
- Life-long learners who influence their surroundings with goodness and kindness as they work hard to pursue their own personal and professional dreams.
- Young men and women who will be leaders/active members of their communities and looking to build their own families, while engaged with civic issues, and business or the professions.