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Posted: Thursday, June 3, 2010 2:32 pm

348 S. Mason Road

St. Louis, Mo. 63141

314-576-6177 • fax: 314-576-3624



Cheryl Maayan — Head of School

Patty Bloom — Director of Admissions

Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School is a pluralistic Jewish independent school for families who want the best of everything: academic excellence, social responsibility and meaningful Jewish learning. Our curriculum is experiential and aims for the infinite potential of elementary and middle school education — learning that is challenging, significant and meaningful; students who find joy in the pursuit of knowledge; and children and teens who know from experience that they can make a difference.

With an enrollment of 170 students in grades K-8, Mirowitz is committed to a small student-teacher ratio to maximize individualized attention. Lunches are prepared in a kosher kitchen using only the healthiest locally sourced or organic foods — some grown in the school’s own garden.

Mirowitz is accredited by ISACS, and offers a full-day kindergarten, as well as pre-care and post-care. Financial assistance is available. 

Board President is Betsy Dennis.

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