Founded in 1975, and located on the beautiful Zarrow Campus, Mizel Jewish Community Day School provides hands-on learning for students of all faiths in preschool through fifth grade. Our highly experienced, talented staff provides a nurturing environment with small class sizes, individualized instruction and innovative General and Judaic Studies. Hebrew is taught as a modern, living language and our strong Character and Values Education Program complements our overall curriculum. Specialists conduct classes in Fine Arts, Music, Physical Education and LEGO robotics. Smart Boards, Chromebooks and iPads allow for academic innovation. Educational field trips, student-to-student mentoring, an enriched after-school program, and multi-age interaction round out our program. Mizel students also have the unique opportunity to experience multigenerational activities with residents at Zarrow Pointe Retirement Center. Art appreciation classes are conducted at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art and students participate in planting and harvesting at the Community Garden, all located on our exceptional campus.