Why Should Your Family Consider DuBow Preschool & Martin J. Gottlieb Day School?
There are many reasons why a Jewish education could benefit your student, but the best way to see this is by visiting our Jacksonville campus in person. We personally invite you to tour our facilities, meet our teachers and administration, and experience the difference of our school for yourself. Applying to DuBow Preschool and Martin J. Gottlieb Day School is not only a positive step for your child, but it is a decision that can positively impact your entire family.
At DuBow Preschool and Martin J. Gottlieb Day School, we offer an education that seamlessly blends Judaic instruction and Hebrew language integration with high academic standards. We want to be a part of your family’s Jewish journey and offer your child a place where he or she can succeed in the classroom and change the outside world for the better.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Applying To DuBow Preschool or Martin J. Gottlieb Day School
If you’d like to learn more about what it is involved to apply to either our Jewish preschool or day school programs, please contact our Director of Admissions, Brian Pargman.
Submit Your Records
Submitting your records allows us to see a complete picture of how we can assist your child and what he or she needs to succeed in the classroom.
At this point, we will inform your family whether or not we believe our specific educational style is the best fit for your student and family. Available spots vary by grade.
Important Information For Applying Families
We are a tuition-based, independent private school accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools. To learn more about costs, scholarships and various types of financial aid that may be available, please contact our Director of Admissions or our admissions office. For fall admissions, we recommend that families begin the application process in January. Financial aid season takes place from January through March, and the deadline for financial aid is April 1.
The deadline for fall admission is March 1. We accept students based on their completed application, available records and availability. After this date, we do rolling admissions based on the number of spots available in each grade.