Ezriel is a traditional Chabad boy whose parents desired a change of setting for their son’s education. Hearing about the Jewish Virtual Academy, they decided to enroll their son. The education he received at JVA left them in awe. “Ezriel gained both academically and socially while learning at JVA,” says Jenny Traurig, Ezriel’s mother. “Even in an online setting, JVA’s teachers made Ezriel feel that he was a part of a loving and supportive class; he anticipated his daily lessons with excitement.”
JVA is an online school catering to the frum community. Their small class settings, passionate teachers, and engaging online curriculum make them an ideal school for your children. If you are a parent who is currently homeschooling or looking for an online alternative, JVA promises to provide your children with exceptional chinuch.
In addition to being a loving school catering to the specific needs of every individual child, JVA also provides a high-caliber education. Students are proficient in Chumash, Gemara, and Halacha, not only mastering its content but also honing the necessary skills in a fun and interactive manner. JVA equips its students with a solid foundation to mature as a frum yid.
“Ezriel was recently interviewed for the Lubavitch School in Toronto. He was tested on a piece of Gemara that he had learned in JVA and he aced the test! The principal conducting the exam was amazed by his fluency and textual skills,” commented Mrs.Traurig. “We could not be any happier with his education.”
A common struggle for parents, especially those who have children attending an online school, is to excite their children to be passionate about their studies. What is unique about JVA is that students are eager to join their classes in the morning. “An integral component of online learning is that students need to feel motivated to join their classroom,” says Rabbi Mendel Zajac, Director of JVA. “At JVA, we put a strong emphasis on creating a joyful and nurturing online environment, and we find that our enthusiasm translates to our students and their studies.”
To learn more about what JVA offers and to enroll, visit www.jewishvirtualacademy.com or contact Rabbi Mendel at 323-539-4564