Dear Parents,

Since 1948, Jewish education at Westchester Day School has been the foundation of our community. We are as committed today to inspiring and educating students to live as mensches and lifelong learners, as we were when we first opened our doors.

I think you’ll agree, Westchester Day School creates the foundation for our children to grow up to impact the world around them. With a commitment to develop the minds and hearts of our students through Torah, academic rigor, authentic learning and social emotional growth, WDS helps establish deep roots in our community, for a lifetime.

As part of our commitment to build the community, educate its children and deepen our roots, we have endeavored to make WDS even more accessible to families while not sacrificing its comprehensive educational experience. We have reduced all Ganon Tots, 3’s and 4’s tuition to a flat fee of just $9,000 for current and prospective families. Those whose contracts are completed by April 30th 2018, will lock in this rate for their children through the 4’s program (a potential savings of over $15,000). We believe there’s no better way to introduce families to Westchester Day School, encourage them to join our family earlier and continue on through graduation.

This reduction has been made possible by the generosity of a donor who has set up a fund in memory of Jared Dubro Z″L, a WDS alumnus who tragically passed away recently at the age of 28.

We invite you to take advantage of this special opportunity without delay, as there is no assurance that students who wait until next year will have a similar opportunity. Of course, all students are always assured of an exceptional WDS education.

We look forward to another exciting year at Westchester Day School, and welcoming you to our growing family.


Josh Trump Michael Nachmani
President Chairman

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Mamaroneck, NY 10543

Who We Are

Westchester Day School is a Modern Orthodox, co-educational, dual-curriculum, toddler to 8th grade Jewish school that inspires and educates our students in their own way to value menschlichkeit, mitzvot, and lifelong learning.