The Jean and Samuel Frankel Jewish Academy of Metropolitan Detroit

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Jean and Samuel Frankel Jewish Academy of Metropolitan Detroit
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Motto "Gadol Talmud Torah Shemeivi Lidai Ma'aseh--Great is Torah Study for it Leads to Positive Deeds."
Established 2000
Type Private/Religious
Students 226 (2008-2009)
Grades 9-12
Location West Bloomfield, Michigan, USA
Campus Suburban
Colors Navy Blue and Silver
Mascot Jaguar
Newspaper "The Paradigm" (student-produced periodical); "Sof Shavuah" (newsletter; translated as "Weekend" in Hebrew)
Website http://www.frankelja.org

The Jean and Samuel Frankel Jewish Academy of Metropolitan Detroit (FJA), formerly the Jewish Academy of Metropolitan Detroit (JAMD), is located in West Bloomfield, Michigan in Metro Detroit at the Dan and Betty Kahn Jewish Community Center. The Frankel Jewish Academy is a Jewish day high school. Students that attend come from various denominations within Judaism including Reform Judaism, Conservative Judaism, and Orthodox Judaism. It was established in 2000.

Curriculum and schedule[edit]

The school teaches a dual curriculum including both General Studies and Jewish Studies courses.

Staff[edit]

Rabbi Eric Grossman is the current head of the school having succeeded Rabbi Lee Buckman in January 2008.

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