Come See Mirowitz!

Sneak a Peek at Mirowitz

Tuesday, Oct. 29
6:30 p.m.

A Parents’ Night Out! We’re hosting a night of experiential learning for grown ups! Mirowitz teachers will lead breakout sessions that illustrate how Mirowitz students grow to be curious learners and ethical leaders.

RSVP here or email Lee’at with questions.

Sneak a Peek at Mirowitz: Tuesday, October 29, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
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Mirowitz open house private school st. louis Jewish day schoolCome for a parents’ night out!

Roll up your sleeves! Whether you are intrigued by the idea of a Mirowitz education or simply want your children to be curious learners, this workshop is for you! Mirowitz teachers will guide you in experiential learning and share strategies that help children reach their potential.

Choose from these breakout sessions:

  • Hands on Kindergarten: Learning in a constructivist classroom
  • True Grit: How STEAM teaches resiliency and leads to success
  • Out to Learn: How (and why) to take lesssons outdoors
  • What Difference a Jewish Day School Makes: The impact of day school on Jewish knowledge, identity and ethics
  • Bilingual Brains: Expanding the mind with a second language
  • Doing What’s Right: Empowering children to pursue justice

RSVP here.

Middle School "Show and Tell" for prospective Middle School families: December 4, 2019, 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.
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Come see us in action, and hear details about our program from teachers, students and administrators

In an ideal world, the Middle School years are joyful ones. They are about gaining skills and knowledge, and also strength of character and self confidence. They prepare students for academic rigor, and also for ethical leadership. They allow young adolescents to focus on personal growth, yet understand their responsibility to the world around them.

Come see for yourself that the ideal Middle School experience is possible…at Mirowitz.  RSVP here.

Come by for a tour.
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Come see for yourself why Mirowitz offers children the very best start to life. Inquire here or email Patty Bloom, Director of Admissions, 314-576-6177 or