NJAIS schools include boarding, day, nursery, elementary, secondary, as well as Pre-K to PG (post graduate). There are coed and single-sex schools, non-denominational, and those with a religious affiliation.
provide personal attention, small classes, high academic standards, a stimulating, supportive, and challenging environment.
a strong, dedicated, caring faculty, and outstanding leadership in the Head of School.
see each child as a unique individual with a focus on the whole person.
enroll students from different racial, ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds, believing that diversity enriches the educational environment.
promote responsible citizenship, a readiness to serve others, and ethical values
encourage appropriate parental involvement.
provide a safe environment.
are independent in governance and finance.
share a passion for educating students in ways best suited to each individual.
offer financial aid/scholarships to those who qualify.
Why look at an NJAIS school? Families who place a high value on education should seriously consider an independent school. Truly fine options exist in in New Jersey. And, when you decide to choose, you will be stepping up to a key parental responsibility: to guide, support, and encourage your child toward the very best that his or her life may offer. Is there a better investment in the future than in your child's education?