b nai israel parent portal

by Prof. Vickie Grady 5 min read

Developing The Whole Child

For 45 years, B’nai Israel Community Day School has been offering a nurturing, learning environment to children and their families. At B’nai Israel, we offer a diverse curriculum of daily and weekly classes in fine arts, nature classes, Jewish studies and more.


Exposing children to many activities allowing them to learn what their preferences are as they grow and develop.


Connecting parents with their child's class and together with other Day School families.


You shall open your hand wide to your brother, to your poor, and to your needy, in your land.


Our goal is to teach children at a young age how important the earth is to all of us.


Learn about our 45-year history in Gainesville and our philosophy on teaching children.


Learn what differentiates us from the rest and sign up your child for the coming school year.

Preschool Nadel Center for Early Childhood Education

Our dedicated staff nurtures and guides each student to ensure they receive a quality education, but most importantly, enjoy their time spent learning. Our students are taught through play and hands-on activities that promote creativity and self-expression.

Religious School Barry Ira Graff School for Living Judaism (SLJ)

We offer a unique experiential approach to Jewish education for students in K-12. Our program inspires Jewish children to forge friendships and creates a fun, fulfilling and meaningful experience based on Torah, Jewish beliefs, values, community, mitzvot, traditions and innovative teaching.

Adult Education For those looking to deepen their connection to Judaism

We offer a wealth of spiritual and educational programs to continue to enrich our members throughout their adult life. The experience of learning together creates a special bond and friendships that will last a lifetime.

Nourish your soul Connect with the Boca Raton Jewish Community

Volunteering at CBI has introduced me to many of my dearest friends. Through my volunteerism, I am more connected to members, staff and clergy. It’s a very warm feeling, walking on to campus and knowing so many know my name and I theirs. CBI is where my children learned their Jewish heritage and my grandchildren are continuing the tradition.

Leave A Legacy Help sustain and support our community

CBI is a place where children feel safe, where religion means “family” and caring, where our lifecycle events are handled with love and respect, and a place where you can go and be yourself. In order to keep this spirit and our community alive, it’s important to make sure CBI is financially secure.