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Denver Campus for Jewish Education
Challenging minds—Nurturing souls
The 21-acre Denver Campus for Jewish Education (DCJE) is home to the largest Jewish day school in the mountain states region: Herzl/ RMHA at the Denver Campus. It is a premiere college preparatory K-12 co-educational Jewish day school with nearly 400 students.
The mission of Herzl/RMHA at the Denver Campus is to ensure a Jewish future by challenging minds and nurturing souls, with a focus on excellence in secular academics and Jewish learning. Providing its children with the education and skills they need to succeed and ensuring that they have Jewish knowledge and values to guide them. These are ideals that will preserve a bright Jewish future for all of its students. Herzl/RMHA is succeeding in its mission.
- Fifth-grade standardized test scores average 2-3 years above grade level.
- The school graduates ten times the average of National Merit Scholars.
- Herzl/RHMA students win science fairs, essay contests and basketball, soccer, volleyball and baseball games.
- 100% of its graduates have gone on to attend a university, some after a year spent in Israel.
On their way to attending the nation’s top colleges, Herzl/RHMA graduates receive more than a diploma. They take with them a strong sense of identity, a solid understanding of right and wrong, and a clear knowledge that they are an integral part of a greater community.
Herzl/RHMA promotes high standards and offers specialized instruction, so all students have the opportunity to succeed. They offer both learning specialists for struggling students and enrichment coordinators for those seeking additional challenges. The school provides small class sizes, experiential learning (including a 10th grade program in Israel), AP courses, a student-teacher ratio of 8 to 1 and a rich Jewish education that encompasses students from all Jewish backgrounds.
Beyond the classroom, DCJE has state-of-the-art facilities for arts, science, technology and athletics, plus a 17,000-volume library in the lower school. The Campus is a hub for Jewish activities designed to ensure a strong Jewish future for its children and the community. DCJE hosts youth groups, teen sports leagues, adult education, a camp, a children’s theater, conferences…and more.
DCJE’s commitment to the success of its students—and the community— includes the idea that all Jewish children must receive a Jewish education. The Every Jewish Child Program is designed to assure that every Jewish child who wants an education at DCJE can afford one. This need-based tuition assistance program is open to all parents for whom the full tuition expense would prove a financial hardship.
To that end, DCJE has awarded over $900,000 in tuition assistance for the 2006/2007 school year; over one-third of its students receive tuition assistance.
The long-term vision for the DCJE includes the expansion of the elementary school facilities. Additional elements will be realized as funds become available on a prioritized, project-by-project basis, including a theater/auditorium, an expanded kosher kitchen and cafeteria, formal chapel space, expansion for the computer labs and library/Holocaust study area—and the capacity to serve up to 575 students.
Accreditation & Achievements:
Association of Colorado Independent Schools (ACIS), National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) and a beneficiary of the Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado.
Benefits of this Prescription
Your gift to the Jewish Community Foundation for the Benefit of DCJE:
- Will exist in perpetuity;
- Can be tailored to the needs of your estate;
- May offer immediate tax benefits; and
- Will provide the DCJE with crucial resources to ensure that all our children have the chance for a fully rounded—and rooted— Jewish life.
There are many ways to make an endowment gift to Herzl/RMHA at the Denver Campus for Jewish Education and most offer immediate tax and financial incentives. An endowment can be made by a direct gift, a bequest through a will or a deferred lifetime gift. Regardless of how a gift is made, our planned giving specialists are dedicated to maximizing your tax-favored charitable giving.
Link to DCJE: http://www.dcje.org/