Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School

Gideon Hausner Jewish Day SchoolGideon Hausner Jewish Day School promotes academic excellence, community responsibility and vibrant Jewish living. The school, founded in 1989, has grown in the past 25 years and now educates almost 400 students in Kindergarten through 8th grade every year. While the school has continued to grow in size and popularity over the years, it still holds true to what originally made it such an attractive option for families on the Peninsula: outstanding academics, a strong sense of community and the passing on of Jewish values and traditions.

Hausner traces its roots to a group of parents who gathered in a living room in the late 1980s. Seeking a strong academic program in a warm and supportive setting; an accepting, pluralistic environment where Jewish families would feel comfortable and included; and an egalitarian school where students could participate fully in Jewish and secular activities, they founded Mid-Peninsula Jewish Community Day School. The school would be renamed Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School in 2003.


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