Ohana Day School
Ohana Day School aims to provide children with a foundation for a lifetime of learning and growing through a holistic and individualized educational approach. We offer a blend of innovative and creative learning methods to foster exploration and discovery. Our environmental and curricular objective at Ohana Day School is to grow and develop young scholars socially, emotionally, cognitively, and physically.
Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Preparatory School has been an education leader in the lives of South Florida families since 1973. Meyer Prep’s rigorous and advanced curriculum is woven together with inspiring Jewish values and text, resulting in an unparalleled learning experience that fosters an insatiable yearning for discovery and knowledge while nurturing the entire student’s development. As an integral part of the Posnack School Network, Meyer Prep students learn in a top-ranked private school and are part of a network of approximately 1,200 students (JrK - 12th grade).
From junior kindergarten through eighth grade, Meyer Prep students hone collaboration, communication, and critical thinking skills as they learn to respond to challenges with flexible thinking, creativity and optimism. Our school prepares students for a lifetime of academic success. Lauded for our warmth, individualized attention, and a professional staff that knows each student by name, interests, and achievements, our students feel safe to be curious and excited about school, to ask questions and seek answers, and to strive for their personal best.
Genesis Preschool, Inc. dba Longleaf Learning Center
Longleaf Learning Center (LLC) became a part of the Genesis Schools family in December 2003. We are a Gold Seal Qualified Child Care Facility. Our mission is to instill in each child a lifelong love of learning, provide a strong foundation for further education in a safe nurturing environment, and have fun.
Association Of Independent Schools Of Florida
The association began in 1949 as the Private Schools Association of Dade County and was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1958. AISF schools serve more than 25,000 students in various programs: traditional and montessori; boarding and day; preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and secondary; special learning needs; experimental; religious, non-sectarian, and non-denominational; and college preparatory.