gratz academy Supports the intellectual, social and emotional growth of Jewishly curious teens
What is Dual Enrollment?
Dual enrollment is an acceleration program that allows pre-collegiate students to take postsecondary coursework that simultaneously earn credit toward a high school diploma, a career certificate, and/or a college degree.
Gratz College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and recognized by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the State of Israel.
Gratz Academy, the high school program of Gratz College, engages teens in meaningful learning and community building experiences through live, online Jewish Studies and language courses. Students can earn college credits and certificates while studying with Gratz College faculty and engaging with peers from across the country.
Gratz Academy supports excellence in teen education by utilizing today’s premiere tools and resources to engage students in deep-dive explorations of topics that are relevant to their lives and supportive of their developing identities. Foundationally pluralistic, Gratz Academy offers Jewish Studies courses that encourage dialogue, questioning and personal interpretation, and Hebrew and Yiddish language courses that promote the development of oral, aural and written skills.
- Earn college level credit though our dual enrollment program
- Fulfill foreign language requirements with high school or college level classes
- Connect and converse with other Jewishly curious teens
- Learn with Gratz College faculty - from anywhere, with any connected device.
Gratz Academy’s dual enrollment program prepares students for the rigors of higher education in a supportive environment as they explore Jewish texts and topics in a digital community of peers.
Despite my busy schedule with sports and clubs, I have been able to fit in Gratz Academy for five years. The Jewish education I have received has strengthened my ability to think critically, especially in my Dual Enrollment classes which count for college credit.
— Molly Cohen, Gratz Academy Student