November 30, 2015   18 Kislev 5776
Temple Sinai -- North Miami Beach, FL
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Choosing the right school is one of the most important decisions you will ever make, and we believe you could not make a better choice than Jacobson Sinai Academy. Situated on the wooded, 14-acre campus of Temple Sinai and adjacent to the Michael Ann Russell Jewish Community Center, Jacobson Sinai Academy provides an academically excellent secular education from parent/child classes through ECE to 8th grade, integrated with Hebrew and Judaic studies, and with special attention to the individual needs of every child. Using state-of-the-art technology and the best in modern teaching practice, we offer outstanding athletic facilities, sophisticated arts and music programs, and place a special emphasis on character education inspired by Jewish values. English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) is available for those who need it, as are specialist remediation and enrichment programs, and Spanish is provided for both native and non-native speakers. 

We are the only accredited liberal Jewish day school in the Northeast Miami-Dade/Southeast Broward area. We are proud to be fully accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools (FCIS) and the Florida Kindergarten Council (FKC). We are a beneficiary of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, a member of PARDES (Day Schools of Reform Judaism), and ISSF (Independent Schools of South Florida). We are proud to boast that our graduates go on to the high schools and colleges of their choice, and that they win more academic and merit awards than any other school in town.

For more information, visit our Jacobson Sinai Academy website at


Jacobson Sinai Academy is lead by a team of highly qualified professional administrators.

Our Parents Association works to create programs for parents' personal growth, coordinates volunteers and class parents, fundraises for school improvements, and provides social opportunities for parents of its students. The Presidents are Francine Delarosa, Daniela Szprynger and Sofia Ioannou (

Toni Weissberg, K-8 Principal
Aliza Kadish
, K-8 Vice-Principal
Judy Mendelsohn, Early Childhood Director
Laura Pachter, Curriculum & Professional Development Coordinator
Ronit Felszer, Admissions
 & Financial Aid Director

Rabbi Alan Litwak
Cantor Norman Cohen-Falah 


The JSA Parent/Teacher Organization
Parents Association includes the Early Childhood Education Center, the Lower School (K-5) and the George and Marla Bergmann Upper School (6-8). It is dedicated to advancing the quality of Jacobson Sinai Academy by representing, advocating for, and involving parents, thereby ensuring that their children receive an enriched learning experience, awaken their Jewish identities and develop a lifetime love for learning. In addition, the Parents Association helps to supply additional resources and equipment for our schools. While a primary focus of PA is to raise money to purchase some of these items, it is also a forum for parents and a platform for many wonderful social events and activities for our children, as well as for our families. We encourage ALL parents to become involved.

Francine Delarosa, Sofia Ioannou and Daniela Szprynger
JSA Parents Association Presidents


If you would like to learn more about Jacobson Sinai Academy, please email our Admissions Director Ronit Felszer. You may schedule an appointment to receive information as well as a tour. We look forward to hearing from you.

Las visitas pueden ser en español.

Manage your existing account,
register for a new account, and/or
complete application for tuition assistance (K-8 only).
Please direct inquiries to our Finance Office.


If you are bullied or if you witness bullying,
Speak up and tell an adult.

Jacobson Sinai Academy Anti-Bullying Policy:
It is the policy of Jacobson Sinai Academy that all of its students and employees have an educational setting that is safe, secure, and free from harassment and bullying of any kind. Conduct that constitutes bullying and harassment is prohibited.


Jacobson Sinai Academy admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.

Jacobson Sinai Academy School ID:21255


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