Manhattan Day School

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Manhattan Day School, often called MDS, is a Modern Orthodox Jewish yeshiva elementary school located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.[1][2] It was founded in 1943.[3] The school has an early childhood department in addition to serving students grades K-8. It also offers a summer camp for children ages 3 – 7, and a science camp for first, second, and third grade students. The school has afterschool and enrichment programs, including softball, karate, ballet, dance, art, E2K,[4] and the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth. The MDS basketball and hockey teams are the Mavericks

References[edit]

  1. ^ New York Magazine, 17 Nov 1986 p.59
  2. ^ Alvin Irwin Schiff. The Jewish day school in America. Jewish Education Committee Press, 1966. p.52
  3. ^ Manhattan Day School
  4. ^ Excellence.org.il

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