Ann and Nate Levine Academy
Ann and Nate Levine Academy

Ann and Nate Levine Academy began as Solomon Schechter Academy of Dallas, founded in 1979 by Congregation Shearith Israel in Dallas. It continued as the day school of Shearith Israel until 1997. In November of that year, following a formal separation agreement, Solomon Schechter Academy acquired its own 501C3 status and became independent. In June of 2005, the school was renamed Ann and Nate Levine Academy, honoring the Levines’ generous support of the school and the Jewish community. Levine Academy is an academically-oriented and values-focused school providing a nurturing Jewish environment emphasizing excellence in General Studies and Jewish Studies for students in Preschool (3 months) through 8th grade. Levine is an inclusive, dynamic community comprising the full spectrum of Jewish affiliations, the unaffiliated, many nationalities, and a diversity of socio-economic backgrounds. Levine’s 8th graders have experienced exceptional success in being admitted to their top choice high schools. Over the past several years, Levine graduates have matriculated to the following schools: Yavneh Academy; Parish; Greenhill; Hockaday; Episcopal School of Dallas; Jesuit; St. Mark’s School of Texas; Booker T Washington; Ursuline Academy; Plano Academy; and several area ISD magnet schools in Plano, Dallas, Richardson, and others.
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Founded in 1979

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