Meyer Preparatory is a state-of-the-art Jewish community day school for Junior Kindergarten through 8th Grade students. For over 45 years, Meyer Prep has provided a rigorous and relevant dual language curriculum in a warm and nurturing environment that serves to educate future community leaders.
At Meyer Prep, students learn to think critically through our strong academic program implemented in an unmatched setting for learning and growth.
Meyer Preparatory is a Department of Education Exemplary High Performing Blue Ribbon School and an authorized International Baccalaureate World School. The International Baccalaureate philosophy provides the framework for our interdisciplinary and academically challenging curriculum. A Meyer Prep education is individualized and personalized. Never standardized.
Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Preparatory School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies, athletic or other school-administered programs.
With an active and vibrant Parent Kesher (PTO), premier events, family activities, and more, your family can get involved, connect, and engage to become a part of our dynamic community.
"My family chose Meyer because of the warm, nurturing environment and high level of individualized academics. After both of our kids graduated, as a Meyer family, we gained not only a top-notch education that prepared them for high school and college but a wonderful community of friends.”
There is no investment more important and meaningful than the investment in our community’s children.
Meyer Prep’s exceptional program is only possible with support from our local community donors. Like most independent schools, Meyer Prep relies on financial support to deliver an outstanding education to our students, as tuition covers only a percentage of the operating expenses of the school each year. Thank you for your continuous support.
Second Grade artists are exploring the art of surrealist Joan Miró and are creating their own whimsical and playful watercolor resist paintings combining line, shape, and color in interesting and unique ways