The Ezra Academy first opened in 1966 as the Schechter Academy of New Haven under the auspices of the Conservative Jewish rabbis and laity of New Haven, Connecticut. Just eleven students were enrolled, with three teachers on staff. It was housed at Congregation Beth El on Harrison Street in New Haven, before moving to Congregation B’nai Jacob in 1969 and being renamed Ezra Academy. The school was founded with the goals of offering “an integrated [Secular and Judaic] educational program utilizing the most effective recent techniques,” and to “teach their children the Jewish traditions in a way which was positive, creative, and fully integrated with the wider cultural life of our world.”
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