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Learning Leadership, Life Skills, Love At South Florida Jewish Academy

South Florida Jewish Academy is a school where every student matters

They come from public schools, day schools, and yeshivahs, from homeschool and from no school. Fewer than half have diagnosed disabilities. Others are academically gifted, but socially challenged. Many are anxious or discouraged. And Baila Gansburg, principal of South Florida Jewish Academy (SFJA), believes in each of them.

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