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Girls K-8

  • Top: Gray or navy blue polo shirts with a minimum of ¾ length sleeves.
  • Bottom: Navy blue or khaki skirts. Navy or khaki uniform jumpers and uniform polo dresses are allowed. Skirts, jumpers and dresses must be either dress style or uniform style (i.e. no cargo skirts, denim, stretchy, casual, baggy, etc.).
  • Boys K-8

  • Top: Gray or navy blue polo shirt. Shirts must be solid, with no patterns, prints, emblems, insignia or ornamentation (e.g. special stitching or beading).
  • Bottom: Navy blue or khaki pants. Pants must be either dress style or uniform style pants (i.e. no cargo pants, denim, baggie pants, casual, etc.).

All Students K-8

  • Embroidered Uniform Shirt: Each student in grades K-8 is required to own one navy blue polo shirt with the school logo. This shirt is available for purchase from or
  • Sweaters: Navy blue or gray sweaters can be worn. Sweaters must be solid, with no patterns, prints, emblems, insignia or ornamentation (e.g. special stitching or beading).
  • Sweatshirts: Logoed, navy blue sweatshirt jackets are available for purchase from or, and are the only sweatshirts permitted to be worn during school hours.
  • Coats and Jackets: Weather appropriate outerwear may be worn to and from school and for outside play, but cannot be worn during class.


Students in preschool do not have to wear the uniform and may wear clothes of any color. Boys must wear Kipa and Titzis. Girls must wear skirts. All students must wear shirts with sleeves.

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Nursery and VPK:

8:30am-2pm, Monday through Friday


8:30am-3pm, Monday through Friday

1st-8th grades:

8:30am-4pm, Monday through Thursday

8:30am-3pm, Friday

Drop-off and Pick-up Policy

Mornings can get busy at home and sometimes families may be in a rush. At the end of a long day, families are anxious to get home. Safety, however, is our top priority.

Please familiarize yourself and your children will these Drop-Off Line and Pick-Up Line rules so that we can all arrive and leave school safely.

Parents are asked to enter the Torah Academy driveway carefully and slowly. Please keep in mind that there is a blind spot as you come around the curve.

Drop off:

  • Please pull up to the school entrance, coming around the circle to the right. Traffic in the circle is only one way.
  • Beginning at 8:15am and continuing until 8:30am, a staff member will be outside to greet your child. After 8:30am, please park in a designated parking spot and walk your child into school – they must be signed in.
  • It is important to park in a marked parking space. Never leave your car right in front of the school. For security reasons, the circle must be kept clear at all times.
  • Please DO NOT ever leave a baby or small child – sleeping or otherwise – in a car alone, whether the car is locked or unlocked.

Pick up:

  • Only two cars will be loaded at a time. Please pull up to the school entrance gate and the staff member on duty will call your children to the car. All children will be escorted to the car. Students who run ahead without an adult will be asked to return to the starting point and begin walking to the car again, properly.
  • As you leave the Torah Academy driveway, please come to a full stop as marked. There are often walkers and bikers on San Jose Blvd, as well as older students who walk or bike home by themselves.


Take a look into our day to day life here at The Torah Academy of Jacksonville.

After School Late Stay

After-care is provided for children after school ends for the day at the rate of $5.00 per hour, per child. Students must be pre-enrolled in after-care before utilizing the service and must be picked up promptly. Continued attendance at after-care is contingent on proper behavior during after-care. 

Lunch in School

The Torah Academy of Jacksonville is an orthodox school and we are honored to cater to a diverse student body. Thank you for respecting our commitment to Kashrut.

A major part of orthodox Jewish life is keeping kosher and as such, all foods brought into the Torah Academy must be certified kosher. If you are unsure if a certain food is acceptable, please ask the Head of School – or any of our Judaic Studies faculty – and they will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have in a sensitive and caring manner.

School Lunch Policy:

The Torah Academy’s policy mandates that students bring lunch from home on a daily basis. All lunches must be dairy or pareve. No meat meals are allowed in school.

School Snacks/Shabbos Parties/Birthday Parties:

All snacks must have a proper kosher certification. Families may opt to purchase large bags of snacks and portion the snacks out into sandwich bags – please be sure that the original packaging bears an acceptable kosher symbol.

Home-baked goods may not be brought into the Torah Academy building at any time for public consumption – ie, a birthday party or Shabbos party. Sending home baked goods as part of your child’s snacks is perfectly fine.

Snacks for Shabbos parties and birthday parties must be store-purchased with an acceptable kosher certification. These snacks may be dairy or pareve.

For a list of acceptable kosher symbols, please see below or click here


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